Christmas party games can be a blast and when you are having a Christmas party it is always a good idea to include a game of some kind. Here are ten fun ones you can consider playing at your next event.

Immediately after you’ve successfully killed a bear you’ll need to attach the kill tag provided with your bear hunting license to the bears lower jaw. You have 72 hours to get the bear sealed after the kill; this can be done at any DNR office or registration station. You cannot remove the seal until the carcass is either processed, butchered or tanned.

Plumber It Archery tag may have a boring name but this simple puzzle game is extremely addictive. To beat each level you rotate and connect different shaped pipes to flow water from the top of the screen to the bottom. This one is great when you only have a few minutes to kill.

Some of the most common games and activities for Colonial kids were tag, relay racing, leap frog, and “London Bridge is Falling Down”. Swimming and sledding were seasonal favorites and all of these activities are still popular today. Jump rope and hopscotch were other common games that stood the test of time.

If kids did have toys to play with they were usually very simple and practical. Hoops were very popular to play with. Kids would either run and roll hoops or toss and catch them. Arching toys taught kids to aim and developed their hunting skills for when they were older. Colonial boys often played with a ball or would fly a kite. Girls would sew or play with dolls.

Whist could be called “Bridge, Jr” — and though it is not as big a game as it once was, and is dwarfed in popularity by big-brother Bridge, Whist has never really died out. Card gamers love trick-taking games — beating out your opponent in such a visual way is one of the more exciting part of any card game. Whist has some of the complexity of Bridge without any bidding.

Remember, you do not have to buy these popular guitars yet if you are just beginning to play the instrument. You have to earn your skill before you can even hold these popular and even legendary guitar models. If you are on a budget and you still would like to own a Fender, Gibson or Guild guitar, you can settle first in purchasing a used one. These guitars are built to last for years so even though the guitar is already used, it can still produce good and solid sound.