You’re all set!

Your 30 free trial starts now! You can upgrade to a full membership at any time. For now, try out the games and see how they work with your students in your ministry setting. Below are a list of a few starter games that can help you get an idea of how the games work.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask! Use the box in the bottom right corner of this window and we’ll help you out! Have fun!

 
nameinabox.jpg

Name in a Box

Many of our games have settings that allow you to use your own info for the gameplay. Name in a Box is a great example of how this works. You can enter as many names/prizes/challenges that you’d like before your group starts. Then, just hit the spacebar and a hand will reach into the box and pull out a name at random. If you need to pick something at random, Name in a Box is perfect for that.

followthequeen.jpg

Follow the Queen

This is a really easy game to understand and highlights the cheating aspect of most of our games. That’s right, you can cheat and it’s hilarious! You basically flip the cards, shuffle them around, and see who can keep track of the Queen. You can change the speed of the shuffle to make it so fast that it’s impossible to follow. Then grab a student who needs a win and tell them to guess. It doesn’t matter what they say, because you have controls to place the Queen wherever you want. You can even make all three cards the Queen!

donutdrop.jpg

Donut Drop

Donut Drop is a great first game! It’s just like the classic, “Plinko” game from The Price is Right, but with donuts. It doesn’t require any setup and the game play is really simple. Just pick a student to yell, “DROP!”. You hit the spacebar and watch as the donut makes its way through the pegs and hopefully into a donut box. It’s a ton of fun and easy to understand.

killsquare2.jpg

Kill Square

This is our favorite, “Get up and get moving” type games. It requires some setup (like clearing the room of chairs and marking the ground with four squares out of tape), but it’s completely worth it. Tell your students to get into a square. If their square is selected, that entire group is out and everyone else has the chance to jump into a new square. All you have to do is hit the spacebar and let the game take care of the rest. Our favorite part is that you can cheat and have it select multiple squares, a specific square, or a bunch of other things.