TOP 10 Fear Factor Birthday Party Games
Looking for Fear Factor Birthday party games? You’ve found em’! A Fear Factor party is an awesome birthday theme. You and your friends will be talking about it and laughing over the hilarious pics for years down the road. If you’ve chosen this theme then you are going to need some challenges worthy of the title. Take a look through these fun Fear Factor party games to find the perfect challenges to fit your party. Instead of using the elimination method like they do on the show, I would suggest you use a point system so that all your guests can be involved and not get cut out half way through. Then at the end of all the games whoever has the most points wins!
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Fear Factor Birthday Party Games #1
Why not start out the games by seeing who has what it takes to overcome their fears and take on some real challenges. In this game you will place a bowl of boiled eggs in front of the players. All players must pick up an egg out of a big bowl and on the count of three, immediately crack it against their forehead. The challenge is before the game you tell the players that one of the eggs is actually raw. Who has the courage to egg themselves in the face? The trick is that ALL the eggs are actually boiled and this is just a test of courage. The players that hesitate to crack the egg fails. Award all the players that don’t hesitate with 5 points.
Fear Factor Birthday Party Games #2
Baby Food Taste Test
Empty a variety of different jars of baby food into individual bowls (make sure you know which is which). Label the bowls with numbers and challenge players to taste every bowl and try and guess what it is. To make it more of a challenge, add some food coloring into the food that might be given away by its color. Make sure to have paper and pencils handy so guests can write their answers on them. Winner is the one that taste and guesses the most correctly. Award 1 point for every correct guess, and 3 additional points to the one that has the most correct guesses.
Fear Factor Birthday Party Games #3
Bigger or Better
In this game you will provide all players (or teams) with a small object. This can be a tube of unused lipstick, a funky pen, a candy bar, etc. The idea of the game is that they must go around the neighborhood and try and trade it with the neighbors for something bigger and better. They can then try and trade that item for something bigger and better to someone else. Set a time limit; say 30 minutes, to trade. At the end of the time limit whoever has the biggest and best item wins. You can choose to have two winners by awarding 10 points for the biggest, and another 10 points for the best.
Fear Factor Birthday Party Games #4
Fill a bathtub or kiddie pool with water, marbles, and tons of ICE (you want it to be freezing). The object of the game is for players to stick their foot in the ice water and grab as many marbles as they can in a two minute period. The winner is of course the one that collects the most marbles. Award 1 point for every marble they are able to retrieve and 3 additional points to the one that pulls out the most.
Fear Factor Birthday Party Games #5
Place ten gummy worms at the bottom of a pie tin (you’ll need to make one for every player). Next, fill the pie tin with whip cream. On the start of go all players must place their hands behind their back and retrieve all 10 gummy worms with their mouth. This game is perfect for PICTURES, so make sure you have your camera ready! The first player to retrieve all ten worms and eat them wins! To make the worms more like real earth worms you can cover them in honey and crushed Oreo cookies. You might want to take the amount of worms down to five or six if you do this because the worms become sickly sweet. Award 10 points to the winner! You can also give 1 point for every worm that the other players were able to eat up to that point.
Fear Factor Birthday Party Games #6
Dog Biscuit Race
In this fear factor game the players will pick up a dog biscuit with their mouths and race to drop it in a bucket on the other side of the room (or yard if you’re playing outside). To play have a bowl of six dog biscuits ready for each player, and place a large bucket at the other side of the playing area for all players to use. If you want you can have another individual bowl for each player to drop their biscuits in instead of a collective bucket. If a player drops their biscuit while running they must retrieve it with their mouths, absolutely no hand allowed! The winner is the person that gets all six of their biscuits to the bucket first. Award 10 points to the winner.
Fear Factor Birthday Party Games #7
This game will take a little preparation. You’ll need to purchase a ton of live crickets from your local pet store. Place these in an aquarium or clear large tub, make sure you have a screen on top, so the crickets don’t escape. Also throw in a bunch of rubber frogs and snakes (if you want to go extreme you can use real cow tongues and pigs feet). To play you divide players into teams. To play players must reach in the tank and pull out as many snakes and frogs as they can, one at a time, in 30 seconds. The crickets will actually jump out the way when you stick your hands in but it’s the minds aversion that will make this challenge hard. Award one point for every item pulled out. Give an additional 3 pts to the person who pulls out the most. If you choose to use pig’s feet and cow tongues make sure all players WASH their hands right after they complete the challenge.
Fear Factor Birthday Party Games #8
Bobbing for Eyeballs
Fill a plastic tub full of milk, red food coloring, a cup or two of corn starch to make it thicker, and raw Brussels sprouts for the eyeballs. Let each player have 30 seconds to a minute to retrieve as many “eye balls as they can. Give one point for every eyeball retrieved and an addition 3 to whoever collects the most.
Fear Factor Birthday Party Games #9
Put it on Ice
This is a simple but challenging game. On the start of go every player picks up an ice cube and holds it in their FIST for as long as they can. If they open their hand then they’re out. To give the game more of an ick factor use red food coloring to color the water before freezing. Award 8 points to the person that holds it the longest, 5 points for the person that comes in 2nd ,and 3 points to the person that comes in 3rd.
Fear Factor Birthday Party Games #10
Dog Food Challenge
To end the games offer everyone a chance to earn a quick extra five points. All they have to do is eat a spoonful of dog food. You don’t really have to use dog food, as long as they think their eating dog food. Use a can opener that cuts with a clean edge (the kind that you can replace the lid and it appears not to have been opened) to open a can of dog food. Clean out the inside very thoroughly. Fill it with spam and replace the lid. When it is time for the game, pretend to open the can in front of all the players. Offer 5 extra points to everyone willing to eat a spoonful.
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- Personalized Fear Factor invitation
- Personalized FF Favor Wrappers
- FF Party Banner
- FF Cupcake Toppers
- FF Water Bottle labels
Set the tone for your party with our exclusive printable Fear Factor invitation. Our printable Fear Factor party invitations are personalized with guest of honors name and party details. Our invitations will be sent to you in a high resolution jpg and tiff. Orders are completed within 72 hours. Once you receive your fear Factor invitation, all you have to do is print them out (or have them printed at your local photo lab) and they are ready to send.
Fear Factor Candy Favor Wrappers!
Our printable candy bar favor wrappers They turn any regular sized candy bar into an memorable party favor. What a fun way to say Thank You for coming. These party favors are personalized with whatever message you would like. Any text can be customized. To create the favor simply remove the wrapper from a hershey bar (leaving the wrapper) and replace with your printed label. Secure with tape and Voila!
Two letters print per page for this banner. Delivered in a ready-to-print PDF file.
Water Bottle Labels!
These water bottle labels will turn regular water bottle (or juice or soda bottles) into gross out FUN! Covered in maggots, roaches, and flys and topped off with out Fear Factor logo, this printable is sure to impress.
These cupcake toppers come 12 per page in 4 different designs. To incorporate your cupcakes into the FF theme cut out toppers,attach toothpick or craft dowel, and insert into cupcakes. Easy as pie!
I created these badges to just to add a little more fun to the theme. Guests feel more 'official' wearing their VIP Cast badges. They also double as a party favor. You can attach to a lanyard, or for a more simplistic badge, you can string a ribbon through it.
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