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151 items in Technology

By Jordan Floro

In this video-driven trivia game, group your students into teams by the gaming console they like best! This game looks great, is easy to play, and is a ton of fun to play with your group! 

By DYM Team

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

By James Howard

In this Sidekick 'Emoji Hunt' game, students attempt to correctly identify classic Christmas Song titles by deciphering the on-screen emojis.

By Andrew Randolph & Alex Hall

This is a fun screen game to play upfront or in groups out in the crowd. Each emoji puzzle will challenge your contestants to think quickly to decipher what restaurant is represented.

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 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 Ken McIntyre

Students have to text a phrase without looking at their phone.

By Ken Leslie

Everyone loves Halloween gifs. Time to act them out!

By Dan Istvanik

Your students know their emojis. How well do they know their Bible stories? Find out in this screen-based game!

By Matt Baker

Can your students guess the celebrity by the emojis on the screen?!

By Ken McIntyre

Watch as viral YouTube videos go head-to-head in an ultimate showdown!

By Ken McIntyre

In this screen game, students guess which viral YouTube video has more views.

By Sam Pettersen

Laurel? Yanny? Yanny? Laurel? Let’s settle this once and for all. While we’re at it we’ll throw some more weird words at you!

By Josh Crum

In this screen game, pop music and emojis meet. Students guess the popular song from seeing lyrics made from emojis.

By Ken Leslie

Contestants face off to guess the Emoji charade the crowd is trying to act out.

By Reid Powell

Halloween Costume Edition of the Popular Game Snap Chat themed game

By Ken McIntyre

This video-based game will have all eyes glued to the screen as we wonder how the high-five will play out!

By Ken McIntyre

Students must attempt to text the lyric to a love song without looking at their phone.