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Games / Pop Culture / Science Fiction
48 items in Science Fiction

By Aaron Helman

Fathers of the faith or destroyers of the universe?

By David Rutledge

The classic, crowd-involvement icebreaker is back with the best Superhero questions!

By Ken Leslie

In this screen-based game, everyone gets to act like Spiderman. What could be better?!

By DYM Team

"ahhhbrrwhhhaargh" is the sound Chewbacca makes every time he plays this game.

By Alex Hall & Andrew Randolph

A trivia screen game about ants and wasps!

By Jeff Selph

A three-week series on three important relationships every Christian needs to develop: with Jesus, with mentors, and with mentees.

By Ben Pattison

Screen game of Star Wars trivia with varying difficulties.

By Cooper Miller & DYM Team

Area 51 is about to go down. What do you know about other famous raids in history?

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 Jamie Starrett

In this screen game, your students will try to guess if these Syfy movies titles are real or fake.

By Frank Gil

This interactive, all-play game will have your students striving to free the aliens that are held captive at your Area 51.

By Aaron Helman

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

By Richard Fleck

A screen-based game that challenges students to correctly identify quotes as being from Star Wars or from the Bible.

By Todd Jones

Decide whether the name given is the name of a Star Wars character or a professional athlete. Hilarious!

By Alex Hall & Andrew Randolph

A Jurassic Park screen game version of the Price is Right! Participants attempt to correctly guess the dinosaur's weight.

By Jeff Selph

A "Jurassic World"-themed DYM Games app 'Trivia' file that lets your students decide whether the crazy dinosaur name belongs to a dinosaur that really existed, or if it is a fake.

By Matt Adams

This is a sequel to the screen game that tests your students' ability to match aliens to their species name.

By Scott Nichols

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