4 Games to Play in Your Videos

Ready, set, play! Including games in your videos is a great way to gain popularity on YouTube, and there is a plethora of games to play. Filming these games is also fun, hilarious, and makes for a great collaboration.

Here are four games you can play in your videos.

1. Have fun with your friends playing Kiss, Marry, Unsubscribe.

One great game to play with your friends is Kiss, Marry, Unsubscribe. In this game, either you or your friends list three people, and each of you has to choose one person to kiss, one person to marry, and one person to unsubscribe from. You can play this game using lists of celebrities and/or famous YouTubers.

This game is a lot of fun to play on YouTube because people usually have different answers and funny reasons. Your viewers will enjoy seeing you and your friends laughing together, and they’ll like to hear your thoughts on different celebrities. Just make sure to keep it positive.

2. Show your honesty and courage with Truth or Dare.

Truth or Dare is the classic party game that always yields interesting results. Players take turns asking each other “Truth or Dare?” If Person A says “Truth,” they have to truthfully answer a question from Person B. If Person A says “Dare,” then they have to accept a dare from Person B.

If you make a video playing Truth or Dare with friends, people will be inclined to watch it because the game is so popular and intriguing. It’s also a good idea to play this game on YouTube to show your fans your honesty and courage.

3. Imagine interesting scenarios by playing Would You Rather.

Another great game to play in a YouTube video is Would You Rather. This game is very simple. You just answer questions phrased “Would you rather (A) or (B)?” These questions can be both hilarious and strange, such as “Would you rather be attacked by a horse-sized chicken or a hundred chicken-sized horses?”

Your viewers will love seeing you answer these ridiculous questions and give humorous reasons. This game is also very engaging for viewers because they’ll also probably be thinking about how they would answer the questions.

You can play this game with a friend and compare answers, or you can play by yourself. The YouTuber CaptainSparklez made a great video where he played Would You Rather by himself and then found out what percentage of people agreed with his answers.

4. Express yourself artistically by playing Draw My Life.

Draw My Life is not only a game but also an artistic storytelling activity. Many YouTubers have made Draw My Life videos, in which they tell their life stories and illustrate their words.

This game is great because it is both personal and intriguing. Viewers love to hear about who you are and where you come from, and illustrating your story makes it even more engaging. You don’t even have to be a good artist to play this game because fans just want to see your authentic self.

Playing games in your YouTube videos is a great way to have fun on YouTube and gain popularity for it. So what are you waiting for? Start playing.

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David Yaghutiel is a Bay Area native who enjoys traveling, theatre, playing the ukulele, and learning as much about the world as he possibly can. He also occasionally daylights as a senior at UCLA.

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