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343 items in Humor

By John Kryvoruka & Steve Gold

Volume 2 of the video-driven screen game where students must decide if the cat NAILED IT or FAILED IT.

By DYM Team

Original versions of all 45 files that come included with Sidekick.

By DYM Team

THE NUMBER ONE FEAR that all students have is "Have my parents been replaced by LIZARD PEOPLE?" In this video-based game, contestants will watch a clip of a baby seeing their dad without his beard for the first time. Will they recognize him? Or will they assume the obvious - THEY'VE BEEN REPLACED?

By Derry Prenkert

A game where students guess if a random holiday in October is real or not.

By John Kryvoruka & Steve Gold

In this video-driven screen game, students must decide if the people at-tempting sweet tricks into the pool ‘nail’ or ‘fail’ the jump.

By Todd Pearage

This game is simple and delicious and tasty to the eyes

By Wes Wilson

In the sequel to this screen game, students must guess whether or not these products have been pumpkin-spiced.

By Jakob Kerlin

In this screen game, see if your students can guess the unintentionally scary thing that is hidden behind the "Scary Door" in the image.

By Matt Moseley

Can your students pick which of the strange town names are fake and which town is real?

By Ken Leslie

Back by popular demand! Get your group acting out GIFs once again in the newest edition of this best-selling video-based game!

By Dan Istvanik

In this “Solve the Mystery” screen game, students must decide whether the news story is a nursery rhyme or a true crime.

By DYM Team

As originally seen on the More Than Dodgeball Show!

By Tim Wildsmith

This 3-Pack Bundle includes the first three original volumes of CROWD CHARADES, a fun and simple game that can get your entire group involved!

By John Kryvoruka & Steve Gold

Participants watch videos of lumberjacks chopping down trees and decide whether these lumberjacks NAIL it or FAIL it.

By Todd Pearage

3 volumes in 1 pack! Identify candy bars without their wrappers

By Jonathan Owen

This fast-paced guessing game will have contestants competing to be the first to name the animated movie described by the handful of emojis on the screen.

By Jordan Floro

Trivia screen game based on everyone's favorite Christian Chicken: Chick fil-A! Includes a DYM Games 'Trivia" app file version!

By Derry Prenkert

A game where students guess if a random holiday in November is real or not.