J’ACCUSE is French for “I accuse!” In this fun Sidekick icebreaker game, the wheel spins, and when it stops, participants point at whoever they think is most likely to be described by what’s on the screen! Who would stop the car in the middle of the road to save a turtle? Can't even? Most likely to show up late to church with Starbucks?
Use this game as a fun icebreaker! If you have a smaller group, you can sit everyone in a circle and let them all point at each other; whoever ends up with the most points wins. Or skip having winners altogether and just make it something to laugh and argue about!
For larger groups, pick a handful of people to go up to the front (I like to grab leaders) and have everyone point at the ones they think the screen is most likely to be describing. You can assign points and find a winner … or just do it for laughs!
A third option would be to pick four people/leaders to be the four ""most-likelies"" and place them in the four corners of the room. Rather than pointing, people move to the person they think the screen is most likely to be describing.
This Resource Includes:
- Complete Sidekick 'Pick Me' file
- Gameplay instructions (Word file)
- Title and background slides (jpeg files)