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Games / Pop Culture
787 items in Pop Culture

By Frank DiRenzo

Mix up your game time with this video-driven game that has students guessing if random items sink or float in water. The best part is you can play as a crowd game, upfront game, or as a countdown video!

By Jakob Kerlin

In this screen game, students will be shown items from the past (primarily from the 70s, 80s, and 90s), and they must guess what the item is called and what it does.

By Matthew McNutt

This bodacious game is totally tubular! Be the first to interpret these Gen X slang from the 80's. Includes versions for in-person and online.

By David Rutledge

The Pyramid is a fast-paced game that will reward a sharp mind and quick thinking. One person has to come up with a list of items from a given category, the other has to guess the category.

By Matt Baker

Have you ever noticed that some vaccines and bands share the same name? No?! Well, play this game and see if your students can figure out if the name on the screen is a vaccine, a musical band, or both.

By Matt Baker

Everything has a name. But what you call something may be different than what someone else calls it. Who is right? Let your students make the call in this screen game.

By Matthew McNutt

This psychedelic game is far out, man! Students try to be the first to interpret these Hippie phrases. Includes versions for in-person and online.

By Zachary Phillips

In this Sidekick 'Emoji Hunt' game, students are given emoji-based clues to popular songs!

By DYM Team

Spotting a professional athlete at the top of their game is easy, but finding a picture of an actual goat in a huge crowd? You might just have better chances beating Michelle Kwan in a figure skating showdown. In this fun, "Where's Waldo?" kind of screen game, contestants will race to spot the goat in each of the pictures.

By David Rutledge

The classic, crowd-involvement icebreaker is back with your favorite topic: movies!

By Nick Clason

Are your students experts at remembering the lyrics to every song? In this screen game, test their knowledge of worship songs.

By David Rutledge

In this screen game, students attempt to correctly guess the celebrity from their yearbook photo.

By Derry Prenkert

Five ready-to-play Sidekick Pixelate game files in one amazing download!

By DYM Team

Who IS the Goatest GOAT that ever goated? It's hard to say. While athletes compete to be the Greatest Of All Time in their sports, your contestants will compete to guess whether the picture is of an actual goat or a GOAT with their head Photoshopped onto an actual goat. This is the dumbest game ever made. You're welcome.

By Joshua Boldman

In this Sidekick 'Pick Me' game, participants attempt to 5000 without losing everything. 🚀🚀🚀

By Anthony Taylor

In this screen game, the first contestant(s) who names the Fortnite dance move based on the displayed silhouette wins the round!

By David Rutledge

Take a break from dodgeball and give your students' brains a workout as they try to unscramble the letters to figure out the movie title.

By Jakob Kerlin

In this screen game, students will see a bad description of a movie and they must attempt to guess the correct movie title.