By Ken Leslie

Poser-style game with your favorite Marvel superheroes!

By Anthony Taylor

No TALENT required! Throw this great Sidekick-driven event with students over a Zoom call and laugh the night away as students perform impromptu talents chosen from seven silly categories!

By Derry Prenkert

In this Sidekick 'Presenter' game, students must remember all of the quarantine-themed items shown on the screen in 12-seconds.

By Todd Pearage

This Taco Bundle includes a Sidekick "Trivia" game, Sidekick countdowns, and screen graphics.

By Matt Baker

In this Sidekick 'Trivia' game, your socially distanced students will try to correctly guess distances. A great game for online ministry using Zoom!

By Derry Prenkert

In this screen game, you'll find 15 trivia questions all geared around the binge-worthy Netflix show that is a love letter to the 80s.

By Matt Baker

An active game played while social distancing to get students laughing and moving.

By DYM Team

Can you name the hit song based on the emoji clue shown on screen?

By Andy Sander

This Sidekick 'Boxes' game adds a twist to the classic duck, duck, goose, but with a twist. Unleash students to run with a deadly purpose and with hilarious added rules like elbows in and screeching like a velociraptor.

By Richard Fleck

Get everyone involved in a fun trivia game about pop culture and events from 2019.

By Matt Baker

Communication is key. This resource provides 50 icebreaker questions to help get the conversation moving. Use these in a small group or large group setting to help students engage with you and one another in a meaningful way.

By DYM Team

In this screen game, display an image with three different options of what the subject of the photo might have been thinking. One upfront participant writes down their answer and the others (teams, the audience, etc.) choose their own answers. Everyone who chooses the same answer as the upfront participant advances to the next round.

By Derry Prenkert

In this Sidekick 'Photo Fury' game, students try to be the first to call out the animal name or sound. Simple right? Not so much!

By Matt Baker

In this Sidekick 'Photo Fury' game, students will choose a dance move from the options on the screen and start dancing. When the spinner stops, students who match the dance move on the screen win!! A fun game for online ministry over Zoom.

By Jeremy Best & Matt Baker

Team karaoke using Sidekick 'Photo Fury.' This works great for online or in-person meetings. Zoom specific instructions included!

By Cooper Miller & Michael Jason Hall

Students have loved this elimination-based game to end Zoom calls in the style of the hit show Survivor. These new elements in volume 2 will help you bring variety and interest to a game your students are already loving!

By Stephen Law

In this Sidekick-driven game, participants taste hot sauce and then answer questions while their tastebuds are on fire! A truly entertaining way to get to know your students.

By Andrew Floyd

A fun, interactive game Sidekick 'Wheel of Destiny' game for those who participate and those who laugh at the participants. This game is meant to be played with students in their homes via Zoom or other live-stream meeting.