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Hide & Shriek

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The object of this game, is in fact, the total opposite of conventional hide and seek.

*Best played in dim light or extreme darkness.*

You get a group of people and have them hide. You then hve the last person moving around, trying to find one specific person.

The catch it, that if you accidentally find someone else, they pop out shrieking at the top of their lungs. If you *JUMP*, (which a judge decides), you must then take the place of the shrieker, while he/she takes your place. They then are blindfolded, giving everyone a chance to hid in a new place, and it starts over again.

Winner is the first to successfully keep their nerve and find the correct person.

*Best played in dim light or extreme darkness.*

DesertFox, Oct 25 2005


       Does the judge have nightvision goggles?
hidden truths, Oct 25 2005

       I like this, but why do you need the blindfolding and rehiding of everybody? Just switch places and the jumper is now "it" and continue. After all, what if you're playing in a school or office building?
phundug, Oct 25 2005


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