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How to Enhance the Outreach of Posts & Communities? 45 Subscriber Games


To make your community in VK, OK or FB a success, you must entertain the audience all the time and intensify the social activity. There are many ways to do this. Subscriber games are one of them. Theу significantly enhances the social activity in the community and the outreach of each post. The CPA.RIP editorial staff has compiled 45 games for your public pages. Make posts like this 1-3 times a week. This way your audience will have some fun and you will enhance an outreach.

45 games with followers

These games will intensify community / public page social activity. Tips for SMM specialists.

  1. What if You Interbreed… 

Rules of the game:

Crazy Scientists interbreed animals indiscriminately. The first player names two animals. The second player comes up with a name for the interbreed animal and names two other animals to the third player.

For example:

1st: crocodile and panda

2nd: cropan

hare and elephant

3rd: elephare

giraffe and crocodile

  1. Three Words 

Rules of the game:

The first player names three unrelated words. The second player should make a sentence out of them and tell the next three words to the third player, and so on.

For example:

1st: daisy, table, dictionary.

2nd: “There was a daisy next to the dictionary on the table.”

robot, theater, diploma

  1. Desert Island

Rules of the game:

The first player names three items he would take with him to a deserted island without explanation. The second player explains why the first player took these items, and names three other items he would take with him to a deserted island.

For example:

1st: matches, Rubik’s cube, wheat seeds

2nd: matches – to light a fire,

Rubik’s cube – he’ll have time to finally solve it,

wheat seeds – to seed a field of wheat.

fishing rod, blanket, knife

  1. Count to…

Rules of the game:

The author determines the number to count to. One number per comment. There’s a limit – one player can leave only one comment a day. You can add a giveaway to the player who reaches the final number.

For example:

Count to

10,000

100,000

1,000,000.

  1. One to Many

Rules of the game:

The first player names a long noun. The second player compiles the maximum number of words from letters of the given noun and suggests a next noun to the third player, etc.

For example:

1st: asphalt

2nd: spathal, alpha, alas, alt

Mathematics

  1. Foul Psychologist 

Rules of the game:

The first player explains his problem to the ‘psychologist’ in one sentence, and the second player (‘psychologist’) advises what he thinks is a solution but it only exacerbates a problem. Then the second player tells the next ‘psychologist’ about his problem.

For example:

1st:“Doctor, nobody listens to me.”

Psychologist’s advice: “Stop communicating with people, get a hamster instead.”

2nd: “Doctor, I’m afraid of the dark.”

Psychologist’s advice: “You should watch horror movies before you go to sleep, this should help.”

3rd: “Doctor, I have a hard time sleeping.”

Psychologist’s advice: “Drink more coffee, it will stimulate you.”

4th: “Doctor, my boyfriend left me.”

Psychologist’s advice: “Wait by the phone, look at your photos with him, listen to the music, which reminds you of him, but don’t ever go out or meet people. This should help.”

  1. My Favorite 

Rules of the game:

The first player asks the second one a question, which contains the word ‘favorite’, i.e., about the person’s favorite things. The second player answers the question and asks the third player another one.

For example:

What’s your favorite movie?

What’s your favorite sport?

What’s your favorite game?

  1. Annihilate the Fifteenth 

Rules of the game:

Players count to 15 and leave graffiti on the page of the player, who left the fifteenth comment.

If the fifteenth player’s privacy settings do not allow graffiti, players skip the round and start again.

Players should participate in turn, i.e., the same player cannot leave several comments.

  1. SMS 

Rules of the game:

Copy-paste the last SMS that you’ve received.

  1. Masyanya 

Rules of the game:

The first player names a word to the second player, who must explain it in Masyanya’s manner and then name another word to the next player.

For example:

1st: spoon

2nd: “Well, it’s kinda thingy. They, like, eat soup with it.”

  1. If You were a… 

Rules of the game:

The first player asks the second one a question starting with: “If you were a…”. The second player answers the question and asks the third player another one.

For example:

If you were a president, what would you do?

If you were an actor, what movie would you start at?

If you were a writer, what would you write about?

  1. An Offer You Can’t Refuse 

Rules of the game:

The first player names three words/phrases (a noun and an adjective). The second player answers which of these three things he would choose for himself and makes the next player an offer he/she can’t refuse.

For example:

An iPad, dinner with a celebrity, or a trip to Paris?

  1. Try and Explain 

Rules of the game:

The first player comes up with a new word, and the second player must explain it and come up with a new word for the third player, etc.

For example:

mediocricity, murnolkie, aldogun, smulke, tryguzol

  1. Occupation  

Rules of the game:

Come up with an occupation that you think is best for the author of the previous comment.

For example:

lawyer, salesman, teacher, bodyguard, doctor, etc.

  1. I’ve Never 

Rules of the game:

The first player tells others what he/she has never done before but would like to try. The second player comments whether he did it or not and tells others what he/she has never done before but would like to try.

For example:

1st: “I’ve never skydived.”

2nd: “Me neither.I’ve never been to China.”

  1. Penny-Pincher  

Rules of the game:

You work in a bank and provide loans. Your task is to refuse to loan money to the person who wrote the previous comment, coming down on his avatar, name, age, city, or else.

For example:

“You have a sly look of an unreliable nature!”

“Looking at your photo, you haven’t turned 18”, etc.

  1. Associations

Rules of the game:

The first player types in a word or phrase, and the next one comments either with a word or a phrase of his association with the statement of the previous player. And so on, in a round-robin style.

For example:

1st: Schwarzenegger

2nd: terminator

3rd: cyborg

4th: Japan, etc.

  1. To… You Have to…

Rules of the game:

This is a logical game. Each statement comprises two parts. The first part begins with TO, the second part – with YOU HAVE TO. The second part of the sentence marks the beginning of the next player’s statement. The point is to continue the previous speaker’s idea engagingly.

For example:

To go to the beach, you have to buy a swimsuit

To buy a swimsuit, you have to have money

To have money, you have to find a job

To find a job, you have to look through job ads

etc.

  1. Add and Get

Rules of the game:

You need to make up a full word out of two parts: the first player names the forepart of the word, and the next one adds the second part and comes up with a forepart of the word for the third player.

For example:

1st: pre

2nd: sent

app

3rd: artment

pin

etc.

  1. Like / Dislike

Rules of the game:

The first player names a verb or noun. The second player comments whether he likes it or not, and explains why. Then he names his verb or noun.

But he cannot answer, because “Like” and “Dislike” answers must alternate! That is if the previous player answered: “Like” and came up with an “ice cream” for the next player, which the next player loves, he still has to say: “Dislike” and prove a point.

For example:

1st: “To go to the gym.”

2nd: “Like. It’s pleasing and good for your health!

Morning”

3rd: “Dislike. I have to get up early.

Cats”

etc.

  1. Bummer

Rules of the game:

The first player comes up with action, and the second one comes up with a bummer. Then, the second player comes up with another action (for the next round).

For example:

1st: “I’m traveling to Africa by scooter!”

2nd: “Bummer – the scooter has square wheels and no steering wheel.

I’m going to the movies.”

3rd: “Bummer – the movie was canceled.”

etc.

  1. Story Teller

Rules of the game:

The first player tells the beginning of a story in a few words, and the second player develops an idea in a few words as well.

For example:

1st: “Olya walked in…”

2nd: “…the woods and saw…”

3rd: “…a sweet little…”

  1. Three Letters

Rules of the game:

The first player writes any three letters, and the second player explains them and comes up with his three letters.

For example:

KMB

Kiss My Beard

CIS

Computer Information System

  1. The Opposite

Rules of the game:

The first player names something bad, and the second player looks for the bright side of this thing and comes up with his version of the bad thing for the third player, etc.

For example:

1st: “I bought grubby apples.”

2nd: “Lucky you – you have apples with meat, and the meat is more expensive than apples.”

  1. If… Then…

Rules of the game:

The first player comes up with action, starting with “if”, and the second player develops an idea with “then”, etc.

For example:

1st: “If you go to the movies, then you better have some company.”

2nd: “If you have some company, then it’s fun.”

3rd: “If it’s fun, then we’ve watched a comedy movie.”

etc.

  1. Why?

Rules of the game:

The first player asks a question starting with “Why…?”, and the second player answers it. Then, the second player addresses his question to the next one.

For example:

1st: “Why people can’t fly?”

2nd: “Because they don’t want to.”

2nd asks 3rd: “Why is ice cream cold?”

  1. Describe the Other Player in One Word

Rules of the game:

You see a profile photo (avatar) of the other player and characterize him/her in one word with a noun or an adjective.

For example:

Beautiful, fashionable, picturesque, puzzling, blonde, girl, etc.

  1. Ctrl + V

Rules of the game:

Whenever you enter the topic of the game, put the cursor in the message field, press Ctrl + V(сlipboard clipping of your device), and send it.

  1. New Name

Rules of the game:

You’ll now have a new first and second name. As the first name, write down the name of your pet, and as the second name, write down the name of the street you live in.

For example:

1st: MusyaKosygina

2nd: Kesha Obukhovskaya

3rd: TishkaNevsky

  1. Answer with a Question

Rules of the game:

Answer all questions with questions.

For example:

1st: “Why do elves have pointy ears?”

2nd: “Do they?”

3rd: “You think they don’t?”

4th: “Maybe these are not elves?”

5th: “Who then?”

6th: “What about dwarfs?”

  1. Surprise

Rules of the game:

The first player creates the topic of the game and comes up with the situation for other players, who comment on their possible reaction. The situation must be described in the topic so that everyone can see it, even if there are already many answers.

For example:

1st: “Surprise! It’s night and you’re sleeping. Suddenly, the other player crawls out from under the bed. What will you do?”

Answers:

2nd: “I’ll ask: “What are you doing here?”

3rd: “I’ll scream surprised.”

and so on, everyone comments with their version.

  1. Rhymester

Rules of the game:

The first player names a word or phrase, and the second player responds in rhyme and names his word or phrase to the next player.

For example:

1st: rose

2nd: knows

dreams

etc.

  1. Meaningful

Rules of the game:

Explain the meaning of the last word in the previous player’s statement.

For example:

1st: water is the source of life

2nd: life is what our parents gave us

3rd: parents are

The task of the next player in the game is to explain the ‘parents’ word sense.

  1. Paranormalist

Rules of the game:

You say a statement about the next player, and he answers “yes” or “no”.

For example:

1st: “The next player loves to watch comedy movies.”

2nd: “Yes. The next player visited France.”

  1. Positive Give Away

Rules of the game:

The first player writes all sorts of good wishes to the second player. The second player responds: “Thank you. The same to you!” and comments something else on his behalf, etc.

For example:

1st: “I wish that everything was fine with you!”

2nd: “Thank you. The same to you! Live long and be happy!”

  1. Filmania

Rules of the game:

The first player asks if the second player watched the movie, and the second player answers and asks the next player the same question.

For example:

1st: “Have you seen the Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears movie?”

2nd: “Yes. Have you seen the Titanic movie?”

  1. Yes, No, Of Course

Rules of the game:

Before entering the game, you must choose between ‘Yes’, ‘No’, or ‘Of Course’. Leave a comment with this word and ask the next player a question.

For example:

1st: “Do you like to dance?”

2nd: “No”, and asks the third player: “Do you brush your teeth in the morning?”

  1. Make up a Word

Rules of the game:

The first player writes the initial and last letters. The second player must make up the right word and name letters for the next player.

For example:

1st: I……M

2nd: icecream. D….Y

3rd: dummy. P……..G

  1. When was the Last Time You…? 

Rules of the game:

The first player asks a question that begins with “When was the last time you… ?” The second player answers it and comes up with a question for the next player.

For example:

1st: “When was the last time you played snowballs?”

2nd: “A week ago. When was the last time you rode a bike?”

  1. Market 

Rules of the game:

Each player answers the following question: “What could this player have been trading on the market?”

For example:

Sunflower seeds, felt boots, apples, etc.

  1. Write a Status and Set a Topic 

Rules of the game:

The first player writes the status (phrase, quote, etc.) and names the topic to the second player, etc.

For example:

1st: “If you were born without wings, do nothing to prevent them from growing.” Coco Chanel. Friendship.

2nd: “Old friends and old wine are the best.” Life.

  1. Player

Rules of the game:

The first player names a song title, and the second player says whether he has it in the playlist or not and names the song title to the next player.

For example:

1st: “Fairytale by Rybak.”

2nd: “Yes.Solntse by Ani Lorak.”

  1. Riddle Me That!

Rules of the game:

The first player comes up with a riddle and gives required explanations. The second player answers that and comes up with a riddle for the next player.

For example:

1st: “It’s white, fluffy, and inhabits the north.”

2nd: “The polar bear. You can find it in every house, it is powered by electricity, and you must replace it from time to time.”

3rd: “Light bulb. It’s green, prickly, and lives inside its’ home from January to May.”

  1. Did – Didn’t

Rules of the game:

The first player assumes an event that might have happened to the second player. The second player says whether it has happened or not and assumes an event that might have happened to the next player.

For example:

1st: “Read the War and Peace.”

2nd: “Did. Win the lottery.”

  1. Light Switch

Rules of the game:

Each player either ‘turns on’ or ‘turns off’ the light and indicates the reason.

For example:

1st: “I turn on the light to find my slippers.”

2nd: “I turn off the light as it’s time to go to bed.”

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