|No. of players:||Unlimited|
|Also known as:||<Host's Name> Says|
|Furni needed:||* Chairs (unlimited)|
Simon Says is just like how you'd play Simon Says in real life. The aim of the game is to keep up with the host as they give you instructions. Each instruction that you must obey will start with the phrase "Simon says...". The host will try to trick the players by changing the opening phrase, for example, "5imon Says...", "S!mon Says...", "Simn Says...", "Simon Say...". If users obey the order that begins with the wrong phrase, they are out of the game. Some hosts decide to use chairs, whereas others do not. Popular activities of getting players to do would be dancing, sitting down and saying certain words or phrases. If you fail to respond correctly, for example, you react when they tricked you or you fail to respond when they use the correct phrasing, you'll be out of the game. These commands are continued to be given until there is one person left. If the game goes on for too long, the host may decide to cut it short by removing the last person to complete the command.
How To Set Up
- If you'd like to use chairs, then you need to have enough for the amount you have planned on playing. You use chairs for giving commands on getting them to sit down, swap chairs or stand up.
- Before you're due to host, you should put together some different commands to ask. Make at least 20 as you don't know how long you'll be playing - also think of things to trick the players.
Once you've done the above, you're all set to host.
- <Hosts Name> Says - This is the exact same except the host had decided to make their event more personalised.