Stay safe or get eaten alive with this DIY monster party game. Create perfect party games for small spaces or big with this genius bigfoot monster activity. Even the neighbors will have to watch out for this if they play.
The Best DIY Monster Party Game
Get ready to play an unforgettable DIY monster party game that bigfoot would be proud of, lol. So jump right in and pick your card. Find out if you get eaten alive or are safe with this easy game idea.
But first, if you love Bigfoot as much as we do, you have to see this hilarious bigfoot game, how to find bigfoot game, Bigfoot scavenger hunt, and how to make bigfoot poop that you can; actually eat, ew!
What really spiked my interest in this game is that it is great to play around a campfire, perfect for those bonfire games, great for a monster party, or even Halloween parties.
Bigfoot Party Game
I don’t have a tutorial for building the entire game because I just did it on a whim. However, I am happy to share these free printables with you. This game set includes the following:
- Caution Sign
- Bigfoot Game Pieces
- Campfire Games for Adults 21+ Rules
- Caution Printable
2. Bigfoot Safe & Eaten Game Pieces
3. Monster Game Rules
4. 21+ Game Rules for Adults
Rules of the Monster Party Game
To begin, the players will need to be in a circle or close within approximately for everyone to be near the craft board.
The object of the Diy Monster Party game is for each player to pick an envelope with a number on it. We had 12 envelopes for our board.
If you have a large group, everyone will need to pick a card. However, if you have a small group, it’s okay, but again we still recommend choosing just one card per player. Only the host of the game will know which card is in each of the envelopes.
After all of the envelopes are chosen, then, you will go around the circle opening them one at a time. If the player opens a card with the bigfoot circle with a line through it, that means the player is safe.
If the player finds bigfoot in a caution triangle, the player will have been eaten, which means the player is out of the game.
The last player or remaining players will win a prize. The only thing different from the kids version of the game to the adult version is that with the grownup game version, the rules are if the player finds bigfoot, the player will have been eaten, which means the player is out of the game or will have to take a drink.
Wrapping up, we hope you enjoy this game idea. We played many rounds and planned to reuse this game around the campfire this summer at our 4th of July party. We hope the real sasquatch doesn’t appear while playing this monster game, but we plan to take that risk. Will you?