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Your group will love this interactive, video-based game! Players or teams will see a short clip of someone that is trying to do the unthinkable, walk on a patch of ice. The clip will pause, and contestants will have to try and guess whether the subject is a faller (falls on ice), or baller (walks away unscathed). This game is trickier than you may guess, and a great kickoff to any program!

Show a video question file and when the video pauses at the end, have students decide whether the outcome will be “Faller” or “Baller.” Then, show the answer video file to reveal the answer.

This Resource Includes:
• 13 mp4 files (6 Questions and 6 Answers, 1 Title video)

Faller or Baller

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A video-based game that tests the limits of human ability.
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Jared Mellema

Middle school pastor at Pleasant Valley Baptist Church in Liberty, Missouri and student at MBTS. I'm a firm believer that "it's a sin to bore a kid" and it's exciting to see ministries step up to the challenge of engaging students. I'm married to Kelsey, a middle school science teacher who has a fierce reputation for confiscating cell phones in class.

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good game
I played this game at a Middle School retreat and the whole crowd had fun with the game. Good clips and it was engaging for students.
This Game.....BALLER!
Played this game as an opening game to a Fall Retreat before one of the sessions. Students got into this game! Even though we had a few students up front to play it....everyone was involved by yelling what they thought the answer was. The clips are HILARIOUS by the way...that makes it even better. Well done!

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