Children aren't the only ones who can have a hilariously good time playing games at a birthday party. Teens can also play games that are sure to generate loads of laughter. Hilarious games for a teen birthday party include individual and group games that are sure to not only be funny, but interesting and action-packed as well.
Two Truths and a Lie
Two Truths and a Lie is a game that can not only be hilarious, but one where teens can learn about one another. The object of the game is for each teen to write two truths and one lie about themselves on a piece of paper. Each person takes a turn to read their truths and lie. Everyone else tries to guess which is the lie. This game can generate plenty of laughs from what teens find out about their friends or from the lie that they thought was a truth. Someone can keep score to see who guesses the most answers correctly or the game can simply be played for fun.
Surprise in a Pie
Prepare several aluminum pie pans filled with whipped cream depending on the number of guests who are going to be playing. Tie each of the players' hands behind their backs and have them search for candy hidden in the pie. Each pie should have equal amounts of candy. The hilarious part about this game is that the teens can only use their mouths to search for the candy, and therefore, their faces will be covered in whipped cream. The first person to retrieve all of the candy in the pie wins.
Play a different version of volleyball by playing balloon volleyball. Teens divide themselves into two teams in this outdoor game. Set up a net, draw a line with chalk or lay a string on grass to create a volleyball court. Instead of playing with a volleyball, teens play with a balloon or a plastic beach ball. The game becomes hilarious when, instead of using their hands to get the ball over the net or line, teens are only allowed to use their heads to hit the ball to the other side.
Prepare a large bowl full of two or three kinds of candy that come in different colors. Put all of the candy in a large bowl. Teens form a circle and sit around the bowl of candy. One of the teens reaches into the bowl without looking and takes two pieces of candy. The teen eats the candy if the colors or type of candy match. However, if the candy doesn't match, they keep the candy in their mouth. Teens take turns doing the same. The only time that the teens are allowed to swallow the candy is when they get a match. Anyone who spits the candy out is disqualified. The last person in the circle wins the game.