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You’ve heard of the usual suspects: Batman, Superman, and Spiderman. But what about “Arm-Fall-Off Boy”, “The Dog Welder”, and “Monsieur Farts-a-lot”? This funny, screen-based game challenges students to decide if the odd, not-so-well-known superhero is real or fake.

There are so many ways to play this game; however, here are a few that work really well:

- Individual Score sheet: give each student (or group of students) a golf pencil and a score sheet to answer on their own as the game progresses.

- Head-to-Head: have two students (or groups) face off at the front of the room. Have competing students stand face to face with their hands behind their back. Place a buzzer in front of the competing students on a table or stand. The first student to hit the buzzer guesses first.

Pro Tip: The tie-breaker slide describes a youth pastor or a small group leader. Use the editable PowerPoint file to insert a picture of your choosing.

This game can be used as a springboard to a message or discussion about how each student is uniquely gifted by God, but how such gifts can be easily overlooked. Of course, every youth group has at least one Captain Stinky Feet, but who knows? Every student has the potential to become God’s next superhero!

Here’s what’s included:

    - Complete PowerPoint game file (editable)
    - Individual JPEG Slides (1920px x 1080px)
    - Title slide
    - Instructions slide
    - 10 gameplay slides (question and answer)
    - Tie-breaker slide

You will want the font “Masked Marvel

Not So Superhero Game

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Students guess if the odd superhero is real or fake.
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Ken McIntyre

After serving for 10 years in a local church youth ministry setting in Calgary Alberta, I now serve as the Youth Ministries Director for Alberta and Northwest Territories for the PAOC. I'm passionate about helping youth pastors and their teams reach teenagers for Jesus in effective ways.

My wife and I were married in 2009 and together we have three fast-moving, never-quitting, fun-loving young girls named Emery, Willow, and Harper.

Things I love: Jesus, family, youth ministry, and fitness.

Things I like: Reading, shoes, and HGTV.

Things I hate: Crowds and wet socks.

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