From mild to wild , we have the party game for your party!
Okay, you've got everyone together for a birthday party, a
theme party, or just a get-together. You have decorated the room and served
your guests on party tableware. Now what do you do to keep everyone from
leaving too early?
Break out some of our party games! We have dozens of fun
party games for parties of all types and for almost any theme.
From the classic
kid's games like, pin the tail on the donkey and
Limbo Kit with included
CD, to games for adults like,
Beer Drink Drop and our Poker Dice Game. We have
dozens of cheap party games that you and your party guests will enjoy playing.
Keep everyone together while you can for some quality time with our vast
options of party game ideas! You won't
have to worry about guests or family trying to leave early if you're playing
some of these games! Regardless of what you're looking for we've got you covered right here at dj-party.net!
Choosing the right game for your party
Finding ways to entertain your guests can be hard.
Fun party games are a great way to get your guests laughing and having fun!
We have an assortment of entertaining and affordable party games that won't leave your guests bored! If you're having a bachelorette party
you can incorporate one of our fun
bachelorette party games for everyone to play while you’re out on the town. Our Bachelorette decision dice game is a
popular game that many fun ladies love to play at the bar! You don't need to be out on the town to play a fun game either!
You can make a game out of your coasters that your guests can try and solve while they sip their beverages. We have games for those over the hill parties that otherwise might be a bore! We have a fun
over the hill card game that will get everyone involved and laughing!
Did You Know?
According to phys.org, researchers have found that
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- Dice made before 400, or in Roman times, are highly variable in shape, size, material and configuration of numbers.
- Dice are very rare between 400 and 1100, corresponding to the Dark Ages.
- When dice reappear around 1100 they are predominantly in the "primes" configuration, where opposite numbers tally to prime numbers (1-2; 3-4; 5-6), a numbering style that was also popular in ancient Mesopotamia and Egypt.
- Early medieval dice also tend to be quite small relative to their Roman predecessors.
- Around 1450 the numbering system quickly changed to "sevens" where opposite sides add up to seven (6-1; 5-2; 3-4).
- Dice also became highly standardized in shape, and also were made larger again.
- Standardization may be, in part, a byproduct of mass production.