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167 items in Movies

By Aaron Helman

From the creator of DYM's best-selling games in 2013, we are thrilled to present DUMBLEDORE or PROVERBS.

By Jonathan McKee

Screen game for finding how well your students know their Bibles. Scary Well?

By Ken Leslie

In this screen game, students must attempt to correctly guess which of Chris Pratt's characters have said the quotes displayed onscreen.

By Issac Rinne

#ExplainAFilmPlotBadly is a screen game that takes the silliness of poorly explained movie plots and turns it into a fun game for your group! Challenge your students to guess the movie based on poor plot explanations!

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 Anthony Taylor

In this screen game, students read these twisted versions of movie plots and attempt to guess the correct movie title.

By Andy Juvinall

Do your students love or hate villains? in this screen game, see how quickly your students can guess these evil identities as three separate clues are revealed.

By Tim Wildsmith

CROWD CHARADES is a game where contestants must guess the answer as the ENTIRE audience acts out the onscreen clue silently. Christmas movie clues in this edition!

By Matt Baker

Will your students be able to match an on-screen quote to the TV mom who said it? Play this DYM Games "Trivia" game and find out.

By Jonathan McKee

Battle of the Generations Edition

By Jeff Selph

A lightsaber-specific Star Wars trivia game that you'll want to keep on hand.

By Andy Juvinall

More villains to identify in Volume 2! See how quickly your students can guess these evil ones as three separate clues are revealed onscreen.

By Ryan McQuoid

Two crazy Toy Story movie-based trivia screen games.

By Jakob Kerlin

In this game, students compete to guess what popular song their teammates are singing. Except their teammates are gargling water to sound like lovable Chewbacca. Han Solo may have a bad feeling about a lot of things, but this game isn't one of them!

By Alex Hall & Andrew Randolph

In this screen game, students will put their knowledge of weight to the test by guessing how many of each thing/animal it takes to equal the weight of a larger thing/animal. (Ex: How many Hot Wheels equal the weight of 1 Ford Mustang?)

By Scott Nichols

Can you tell the difference between a Bible verse or a quote from Yoda? Tested your skills will be.

By Chris Comstock

3 volumes of this fun game series ready to roll!

By Ken Leslie

Poser-style game with your favorite Marvel superheroes!