There’s something strange in the neighborhood… a Ceiling Halloween Ghost Hunt of course! Grab your Nerf guns and get your family ready for fun ghost games that kids will want to play. Results are in, and it’s not spooky or scary but fun.
This cool game will get the kids off their android phones and have their friends over to play this fun party game that parents will want to play next time because the rating is funny.
FUN GHOST GAMES
We love playing Halloween ghost games in our house. We’ve tried to find Halloween ghost games online but only found pin the tail on the donkey, Pacman, tic-tac-toe, light as a feather stiff as a board, and an apple bobbing game. It just wasn’t what we were looking for at the time.
Creating diy halloween games is fun to us. Therefore, you may enjoy this Bigfoot game with crazy feet.
Better yet, get creative and haunt the house or set up decorative decor to set the scene before you get started.
What you will need to play the fun ghost games.
- White Easter eggs
- Poster Putty
- Black Permanent Marker
- Nerf Gun
- Nerf Darts
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How to Play Ceiling Halloween Ghost Hunt
Please don’t scream, lol, but this Ceiling Ghost Hunt game is one of my favorite fun ghost games. You get to use a Nerf gun and knockdown fake ghosts. It’s seriously so much fun!
This is what I did to make the game. I used a permanent black marker to draw ghost faces on white plastic Easter eggs. I continued with a pattern drawing on multiple plastic eggs.
Ghost faces are really easy to draw. In fact, you could draw all of the faces the same or different. Either way is totally up to your creative skills.
Fill your eggs with anything from candy, party favors, trinkets to paper numbers to win a prize. I suggest everyone wear safety glasses when the kids knock down the eggs.
Tip: When you put the eggs together, you will want to tape them shut.
Ghostbusters Party Game
Just like in a minute to win it Halloween game. 60 seconds on the clock! We allowed each player the full minute to knock down as many ghosts as possible from the ceiling.
With a note pad we kept track of the player’s scores and how many ghosts were knocked down within the time allotted. Whoever had the most ghosts down within a minute for that round won.
The second option is to hide them throughout the house. This could include the ceilings, walls, and anywhere else you may decide. Allow the same amount “minute to win it” or five minutes for added time and extra fun.
After that, use the removable putty to hang them on the ceiling. Then prepare for the fun and laughter to begin!
Try this game with family, friends, and party guests alike! Play it at a fall party, in the autumn, October or November, in your living room, or at Scouts. Either way, this Ceiling Halloween Ghost Hunt is guaranteed for a fun time playing fun ghost games! Next, find out how to make a ghost snack and find a ghost fart…ew, lol.