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Start by placing five chairs in a row on stage and get five volunteers from the crowd. Each chair is represented by an iceberg on the screen. A five-second countdown will be revealed on-screen and the selected students will need to choose a seat within that five-second timeframe from among the five chairs. When the timer hits zero, all the icebergs will be revealed for what they truly are beneath the surface. Whoever ended up in the seat represented by "The Ice Burglar" is OUT and must be replaced with a different player from the crowd. As the rounds progress, there will be more than one "Ice Burglar" character thrown into the game to ensure that students are regularly replaced. The game is designed to have a winner at the end of five rounds but can be lengthened or shortened as you see fit.

Gameplay Options:

• (Version 1) Have five participants compete against each other

• (Version 2) Have five teams compete by sending one tribute each round.

• (Version 3) Play a crowd game where it's "every man for himself."

This Resource Includes:
• 3 different games with different outcomes so that you can play this game more than once (.mov files)
• 5 Ice Drop Videos per game (.mov files)
• Title slide (.jpeg file)
• PowerPoint version
• Gameplay Instructions (PDF)

Ice Burglar

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A video-based guessing game, much like a live version of 'Old Maid.' Super clever & creates a lot of audience participation.
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Brock Odell

Brock O'Dell is a middle school pastor based out of a local church in Louisville, KY. Brock and his co-author, John Lindsey, are passionate about raising up the next generation of kingdom workers AND resourcing other youth pastors with creative program elements who have a similar aim.

John Lindsey

Having worked in summer camp ministries for nine years and the private school system for three years, John is now in his fourth year as a full-time Creative Arts pastor at a local church in Louisville, Ky. Graphic design is one of his passions and enjoys creating resources that serve a specific purpose.

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