Sometimes the hardest part about getting a group together that doesn't see each other all the time is getting everyone talking. That's where icebreaker games come into play. A favorite and easy one for me is the Who am I? game.
How do you play Who am I?
The game is super simple and easy to set up. Before the game you will need to select characters for each of your guests to attempt to guess. These can go on sticky notes or regular paper. Once your guests arrive you attach these character identities to the person's back. Then, asking only yes or no questions the person will attempt to figure out who they are. For this particular edition of the game we've made some printable images for you to use that already have Star Wars characters identified for you to attach to your friend's back.
If you have it, I suggest using label paper to make it easy to attach to people's shirts and then remove afterwards. If not, regular paper and tape should suffice. We're including 22 (Obi Wan and Yoda make an appearance on both sheets) different characters in this Star Wars edition of the Who am I? game for you to print out organized into two sheets. The first sheet is from Episodes IV, V and VI (the originaly trilogy) and the second sheet are characters from Episodes I, II and III.
Sheet One - Original Trilogy Characters - Click the image to open a new window and print (ctrl+p for Windows, command + p for Mac).
Sheet Two - New Trilogy Characters - Click the image to open a new window and print (ctrl+p for Windows, command + p for Mac).
Easy enough to start playing before everyone arrives and continue on as people come in the door to join in on the fun.