By Derry Prenkert

A bundle of three unique trivia games based on binge-worthy TV shows.

By Jeremy Nelson

Use the "Wheel Of Service" pre-made Sidekick file to encourage your students to move from CONSUMERS to DOERS!

By Tim Wildsmith

A fun and challenging multiple choice screen game (and Sidekick file) that tests your audience's knowledge of the Winter Games.

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 Derry Prenkert

Ten rounds of the Sidekick App game; all focused on Valentine's Day.

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 Matt Baker

How much stuff do you have around your house? Can you be the first one to find the item? A great game for online ministry over Zoom!

By Richard Fleck

In this screen game, students decide whether obscure mascots are real or fake.

By Nick Clason

A classic youth ministry game. An item will show on the screen, and the first student to bring it to the front, wins.

By Matt Baker

A fun ready-to-go movement game. Using the Sidekick App, this'll get your whole group engaged!

By Tony Myles

We all learned something when everyone began school online. This fun Sidekick 'Survey Says' game lets students recall it all with a smile.

By Isaac Leimeister

People of all ages will love this fast-paced cheese-eating game. Even people who don't live in Wisconsin will say "Now I know my A-B-Cheese."

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.

By Matt Baker

In this Sidekick 'Pick Me' game, students compete to produce the best drawing.

By Isaac Leimeister

An all-in-one resource to pull off a great online family trivia game night with Kahoot, Zoom, and Sidekick.

By Matt Baker

We surveyed 100 people. In this Sidekick 'Survey Says' game, can your students guess the answers to these 'at home'-related questions?

By Frank Gil

Help students face their coulrophobia (fear of clowns) while they guess if the pixelated clown shown is glad or sad. This game can be played as an up-front game or an all-play.

By Matt Baker

Bring a gift, spin the wheel, and exchange it! A fun way to use Sidekick's 'Wheel of Destiny' for a gift exchange during your youth Christmas party or youth night.