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The Jinx game is a simple game that is meant to be played with at least one team of two. Categories will appear on the screen. On the count of three, both players will simultaneously shout something that falls in that category, if both players say the same thing, they get a point. (Ex. Category = Pets, if both players shout "Dogs" at the same time, they get a point).

This is a great competition game as well. Get two teams of two and have a jinx off! You can play this game a few different ways, so be creative.

One possible way is to have teams play rock, paper, scissors to see who goes first. When the category shows on the screen, team 1 has 3 chances to get a point, if they don't team two goes. Players cannot use the same answer twice.

Goal: First team to 3 points wins.

This Resource Includes:
• Complete PowerPoint game file
• Individual (10 rounds + instructions + blank) game slides (jpeg files)
• Title slide (jpeg file)

The Jinx Game

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A screen-based game that will put your 'jinxing' skills to the test!
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Hunter Gillis

Hey! I’m Hunter and I am a 24 year-old Senior High Youth Pastor living in Calgary, Alberta. I work at Transit Student Ministries under BP Church. I love my job.

My goal in youth ministry is simple: I want students to take ownership of their faith.

Whether they were born in the front pew, or they’ve never seen a cross before, I want to bring students to a place where they can make their own movements toward Jesus.

Otherwise, the only things you need to know about me are: I love my wife, I love pizza, I love chips, I LOVE coffee, and I’m the same height as Kobe -that’s the only thing we share sadly.

Anyway, I’m available on instagram @huntergatherer or you can email me at [email protected] Take care!

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