We all know that summer means plenty of family road trips but what about those road trips that you take as an adult with a few friends? Maybe you all load into the car and head out to find a new place to go hiking or that amusement park you have been dying to check out. But that long drive...what to do while in the car? Well, we have a great article that we had to share that is filled with 14 super fun games to play while you are on your way to your destination.
Before tablets and podcasts, we used games to keep us entertained. For your next road trip, try some of these games to keep you going along the way.
1. If you have some sleepy passengers in the car, you should definitely play "While You Were Sleeping."
The Game: Create the most believable story when someone falls asleep
• First, a passenger must fall asleep
• After five minutes of slumber, the awake passengers begin creating a story
• Each person takes turns adding to the story
• Once the passenger wakes up, you have to get them to believe the story
• If somebody breaks character, they lose a point
• If somebody goes off script, you ask, “Are you sure?” and then that person is silenced and loses two points
• If you successfully fool the person, each storyteller wins three points
• If the sleeping passenger fools the car and joins their story correctly, they steal their current point total
• The one with the most points at the destination wins
2. For a good old-fashioned guessing game, play "21 Questions."
The Game: Guess what a person is thinking in 21 questions
• Someone thinks of something
• Then the car begins by asking questions
• You can’t repeat a question that has been asked
• Whoever guesses it right gets to start the next round
3. If your car mates are current and hip on events, then you should play "Did You Hear That…?"
The Game: Pop culture and news collide for a fun game of fact or fiction
• You are trying to fool your opponent
• You start by asking, “Did you hear that _______ happened?”
• Your opponent can either say, “That didn’t happen,” or, “Tell me more.”
• If they correctly guess that it didn’t happen, the opponent gets two points
• If they incorrectly guess that it didn’t happen, you steal one point and gain two additional
• If you are asked, “Tell me more,” points double at the end of the statement
For the rest of this article go to buzzfeed.com. Be sure to schedule your tune up before you hit the road with us today!