This year's theme is Clive E Cleavers (like Chuck E Cheeses), a children's playland/restaurant that had a bad turn. The front room of the house will be the entrance/prize area and souvenir shop. The diningroom will be the dining area for parties. And now I am toying with a games room. It would be in the bedroom (hardly any furniture in there).
Here's the specs:
The small grey is to show the mirrored closet doors.
The blue is where the entrance to the room is.
The red is a 'Punch' game where you throw balls to knock the stuffed critters down.
Here's the questions:
I've toyed with the idea of making a large Operation Game, but would like suggestions for other gameland type things people could play where they win tickets for prizes. Keep in mind I need ideas that a) wouldn't be too hard to make and b) isn't going to cost me that much to make (for example, there's no way I'm going to be able to build a skeeball or claw machine!). Something with a dart board? Something with a spin board?
I want it to be a glow in the dark room. I know those little bulbs are pretty weak (I have a few) but I'm not going to be able to afford to buy more than 1, maybe 2 larger black lights. Which means I'm looking for tricks to really get the most out of the lights that I have (from positioning to products - e.g. anyone have a favourite fabric softener/detergent they use for making things glow?). Send in the tips!