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This is a great game that involves your entire group. The game allows people to participate and work together. All answers are pop-culture related. Guess Who is a game that can help new students feel welcome and comfortable. Great resource to use with a series on Identity.

Gameplay: Start by choosing two players. Each player will be blindfolded and will sit on a chair with their back to the screen. Crowd participation is required. The two players now have to figure out who the person/character is on the screen behind them. They will take turns asking a Yes/No question to the crowd. The crowd must give a correct Yes/No answer to the question asked. If the crowd is unsure of the answer, the game host can give the final decision. After each question, the player can also have one guess as to who is on the screen. AT NO TIME can anyone in the crowd give any hints or yell out the answer. After 10 rounds, there is a tiebreaker question to use if you are playing team against team. The game host can feel free to give hints and clues especially if the players are running out of questions to ask.

This Resource Includes:
• Complete PowerPoint game file
• Individual (10 Q&A + instructions + tiebreaker) game slides (jpeg files)
• Title slide (jpeg file)

Guess Who??

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Can your students solve the mystery of who is on the screen?
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Matt has been in Youth Ministry for over 12 years and has loved every minute of it. Recently, he became the Connections Pastor at Hope City Church in Edmonton Alberta. Matt has been married to his wife Candace for 16 years and together they have 2 incredible boys. Discipleship and mentoring are two of Matt's absolute passions and he's honored to be an Author with DYM and helping Youth Workers across the globe WIN!

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