7 Creative Ways to Play Limbo
Here's how to play a classic game of Limbo along with seven ideas for a unique twist.
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Glow in the Dark Limbo
Slide some glow sticks onto your Limbo Stick, lower the lights, and you've got a glow-in-the-dark game of limbo. For extra glow-in-the-dark fun, players can wear glow-in-the-dark accessories or you can even add a black light to enhance the glow.
Limbo sprinklers like this one add a summer spin to the game and make it even harder to see where you're going!
If you have experience on roller skates, roller Limbo is a fun and challenging modification to the game. Advanced skaters can try bending backwards while skating under the stick, or you can crouch down and make yourself as small as you can to roll right through. Make sure everyone wears helmets, knee pads, and elbow pads!
Trivia games are an easy way to get the whole group thinking and learning new things. Have each player answer a trivia question before their turn at limbo. If they get it right, the stick won't be lowered for that turn. If they get it wrong, it will.
Everything is more challenging backwards!
This can be a fun challenge to add to the game or a way for the less limber and younger players to participate!
Freeze Tag + Limbo
It's Limbo but every time the music stops, you have to freeze no matter what position you're in!