Here we go, this year's options for downloadable games you can use your laptop, tablet, or smartphone alongside with. You may also choose to cast your screen to a TV or projector, if available. Remember, you can use wires, such as, HDMI for video. There is also Bluetooth for audio. You can look into Chromecast or Apple TV. There are even now solutions for Roku, Amazon Fire, and smart TVs. --> How to Play a PowerPoint Slideshow on TV - SlideModel.com
Most Popular Option: Print Halloween Music Bingo Cards
You might not be surprised, but the most popular option for your party games this year is also the easiest... "Halloween Party" Music dobOFF.
After purchase and downloading the document to your desktop, print off as many sheets as you require for your guests at the party. The document can print up to 60 randomized cards at a time, if you have more than 60 guests that you'd like to play in a round, just ask for a larger quantity, and a Fat City representative will generate one for you exactly how many you require. This is included in the price.
Each page is set to "Landscape" layout, with 2 bingo cards per letter-sized sheet. You can always cut the sheet in two pieces with a pair of scissors or a paper cutter to split into individual sheets. Some hosts prefer to give guests 2 cards at a time.
We always recommend handing out Bingo Dobbers such as these: https://www.amazon.com/DAB-INK-3oz-Bingo-Daubers/dp/B01C4QBW3G
Printing on bright colored paper is always a bonus. I think the 60lb cardstock may be the best: https://www.amazon.com/Neenah-80944-01-Astrobrights-Colored-Cardstock/dp/B01LX0UJBN
Don't forget to follow the playlist: Spotify - Amazon Prime - Apple Music
Hit "shuffle" or make your own DJ order in the Queue.
Bring lots of Halloween themed prizes and some good energy. Maybe try an "H" for a bingo somewhere along the way.
There you go. You're all set!
Powerpoint Halloween Themed Trivia Presentation
After purchase and download of Fat Bottom Trivia "Halloween Party", you will need to connect to a big screen. Use an HDMI cable or wireless connection as described above.
Open the powerpoint file (you will need to have installed Microsoft Powerpoint or an equivalent presentation program. Use "presenter mode" so you can see any host notes, as well as seeing the next screen during the presentation. This will allow you or your host to know and check the answers from the crowd.
Be prepared for hidden side-games to appear. Allow teams that answered correctly last round to choose the next category.
Make sure to keep track of points on a sheet of paper. And promote having fun, and bonus points for dancing and singing along. Try a mini-challenge for the best "Team Cheer" or "Funniest Team Name". Game Buzzers are also a helpful addition: https://www.amazon.com/Learning-Resources-Lights-Buzzers-Classroom/dp/B00B2FNHB6