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#Halloween Clues, Spells and Curses #Party Game... FUN!

There are a lot of party games and printable games out there on the internet. A lot of party games that well, are pretty much all the same and not that clever or involved. I mean, don't get me wrong, if you have a crazy family like I do a lot of lame games can be fun. But I found something much different and WAY BETTER. Insert = PartyGamesPlus.com!

Halloween is coming up and I have something perfect for your upcoming parties and get-togethers: Clues, Spells, and Curses Scavenger Hunt. Just the name is intriguing, right? I mean seriously, who doesn't want to cast a spell on smelly Uncle Charlie and Little Tommy's loud friend Helga! This downloadable game comes with everything, literally almost everything, you will need for an entire night of laughs and fun. The .PDF game is 25 pages long and you can use it over and over and over - it might even become a yearly tradition. The price may seem a little steep at $14.99 but remember that is on par or even less expensive than buying a box game at the store and this one you can continue to print and use for many, many years.


The game directions have you use a few items around the house to make some props, like this Dragon Blood. Fun, right? We're very excited to use this Scavenger Hunt game at our Halloween Party this year! 

We'd also like to mention that PartyGamesPlus.com has games for many other occasions and themes including consultant parties. If you're a consultant for any number of companies like 31 Gifts, Tupperware, Scentsy, or *insert your company here*, you're sure to break the ice and engage your customers with the games available.

Eat, Drink and Be Scary!
Happy Halloween!
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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