Offices have changed in their nature over the past decade and now aim to help employees become more creative and productive. Employers have moved on from providing just the necessary amenities to creating a space that will foster employees’ well-being and ensure that their productivity increases.
Recreational activities like playing games are becoming a part of office culture and are seen as an investment in the relaxation process of employees.
This game is similar to regular Uno but has an emoji theme; you have to hold the emoji expression for the required duration of time. Uno is an excellent game for a large gathering and can work well for a regular Friday when you want some fun or even an office holiday party.
This old game is not just for kids but can make your next office party lots of fun. Twister is one physical skill and game played on a large plastic mat spread on the floor or ground. The rug has six rows of large coloured circles on it with a different colour in each row: red, yellow, green, and blue. A spinner, attached to a square board, determines where the player has to put their hand or foot. It may not be the best game for a formal work environment, but it can work in a more casual workspace.
Skill Ball is a desk-based game based on the big skill ball games. It is a lot of fun and can be a great addition to a break room or office recreation room.
This is a trash can based game. Doesn’t sound fun? Well, it is a great way to de-stress. You can throw old documents through the basketball net above the trashcan with a wooden base.
Foosball has been a popular indoor game for now and can work well in an office. It is a table-sized version of football and can be a great way to take a break from your rigorous work schedule.
This is an old fashioned game and is now reinvented as the Mainstream Classics Bean Bag Toss in a smaller version. A new twist on a simple tradition, this bean bag toss is loads of fun for all ages.
Darts are not just for a pub. You can spice up your breakroom or a corner of the office with a magnetic dartboard, which is safer than a traditional one.
Ring Toss is similar to darts, but the aim is to hurl little rings at the board. It is also more office-friendly and safer and even played in crowded office spaces without the fear of hurting people.
We hope you enjoy these games and create a vibrant and creative working environment in your office space.