|I've Never... Game|
|A great game to play for Family Home Evening or at Activities.|
Object of the Game:
To be the last person still in the
Directions: Have everyone sit in a circle around the room. Start with one person and then go in order around the circle over and over until the game is over with only one person left with one or more tokens. Have each person, when it is their turn, say something they have never done (or had done to them), but which they think or know others in the circle have. All those in the circle who have done what the person names must put one token in the center of the circle. Once someone turns in their last token they are out of the game.
Example: Ten people are playing and each person is given ten cards as tokens. The first person says, "I've never been on a mission." Four of the players have served missions and must put their tokens (one card) in the middle, they now have nine tokens (cards) left. The next in order says, "I've never had a tooth cavity." Everyone else admits they have and must give up a token. The third person says, "I've never been on a plane." Etc. At the end the last person with one or more tokens wins.
Note: Some people use their fingers as tokens, dropping a finger each time they must give up a token, but I find this less accurate as people always use their hands for things and may forget. Another variation of the game is to do it opposite, to say things you have done, but I find it much more difficult for people to come up with things they have done that others haven't, then the other way around.