It’s a work in progress but so far the name of our game is Appearance Disappearance. It is a bit long but should be fairly easy to remember. The idea came from a game Aaron plays with his Nephews whenever he decides to babysit them. It was designed to distract them from watching too much T.V, video games or just plain running around and making far too much noise. It was also simple so that they could understand and enjoy it properly. It takes almost no time at all to set up and can be played for hours.
To start the players all write there names of a blank piece of paper. One person will then stand up and show off their current outfit. The players then have two (2) minute to carefully observe and take mental notes as they remember how the person looks. The player will then leave the room and change one thing about their appearance and return within thirty (30) seconds. It can be anything for example:
Take out a hair pin
Put on glasses
Put shirt in pants
Take out one earring
Don’t want to give out too many examples and take away any ideas! One minute was given to see if anyone could see if they could spot the difference in the Player’s appearance and points were given out based on how fast it was done.
5+ points given out to the Dresser if no one spotted the Difference
-5 points taken if no change was made or cheating was involved
10 points were given if a player guesses the change within thirty (30) seconds
3 points given to the person who got the change correct within the time limit.
First person to 100+ wins!