By DYM Team

A medieval tournament - four events in which two teams will compete for victory! Spread this out by playing one event each week for a month, or make it an event to kick off your night! It works best played with 2 teams of 4 people, but you can play any way you want. You'll need to prep, and gather or purchase a few supplies ahead of time. It's so fun!

By DYM Team

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

By DYM Team

A clever spin on the popular game "Among Us" that will challenge your students to compete in an upfront contestant style trivia game with impostors in their midst who are trying to sabotage their success. Involve the whole audience when they vote to guess who the impostors are (think Mafia style)!

By DYM Team

THE NUMBER ONE FEAR that all students have is "Have my parents been replaced by LIZARD PEOPLE?" In this video-based game, contestants will watch a clip of a baby seeing their dad without his beard for the first time. Will they recognize him? Or will they assume the obvious - THEY'VE BEEN REPLACED?

By John Kryvoruka & Steve Gold

In this video-driven screen game, students must decide if the people at-tempting sweet tricks into the pool ‘nail’ or ‘fail’ the jump.

By Brock Odell & John Lindsey

Bring the magic of the hit live trivia gameshow app HQ right to your youth group!

By Isaac Leimeister

This Jumanji-like year of 2020 is perfect for a crazy video-driven game about nothing and everything at the same time.

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 John Kryvoruka & Steve Gold

A video-driven screen game where students must decide if the cat nailed the jump, or failed the jump.

By Brock Odell & John Lindsey

Maze Craze is a chaotic video-style game that will force your students to be on the move, yelling, thinking, and laughing.

By Richard Fleck

A screen game testing knowledge of characters from The Avengers.

By Brock Odell & John Lindsey

The sequel to the "OG" chaotic video-style game that forces your students to be on the move, yelling, thinking, and laughing.

By Derry Prenkert

Students must remember all of the Summertime items shown on the screen in 12…11…10…

By Derry Prenkert & Donated by the Author to the Allison Williams Scholarship

Students must remember all of the items shown on the screen in 12…11…10…

By John Kryvoruka

A video-driven slide game where Siri speaks lyrics from songs in Disney animated movies and students must guess the correct movie title.

By Jordan Floro

The Travis Scott Meal at McDonald's is the greatest deal in the history of Fast Food! In this video-driven screen game, students have to guess how many Travis Scott Meals it would cost to purchase other amazing combos!

By Ken McIntyre

Get your students laughing and hyped with this silly, simple, and hilarious game.

By Ken Leslie

Get the whole crowd moving as they act out favorite gifs.