Seniors truth or dare chat rooms
When all the clues are guessed, it is good if the clue giver lists them all together again, in capital letters, in the order they were given: Another example, this time with trickier clues and syllables out of order as it should be played.
The Leader thinks of Sigmund Freud: Theres no proper order in answering; the players type their answers as they think of them.
(When playing in person as opposed to in a chatroom, the leader can use gestures to indicate chop off a sound, sounds like, stretch out sound, etc.
After the syllable clues are given, the leader can give no more clues except by gesture to indicate placement of syllable, to indicate someone is close to the answer, etc).
Each of those two people right clicks on that leader's name, selects "Send Message," and sends a private message to him consisting of the name of one movie star.
The Leader announces the names sent to him, and the players in the room have to find a way to "connect" them together via roles they've played.
The message to be passed on begins with one person who then right clicks on the user name of the person listed just under him, selects "Send Message," types the message out, and sends it.
The recipient reads the message ONCE and ONLY ONCE (the honor system works here), then either closes or minimizes the window, and sends the message privately, as he remembers it, to the person listed just under him in the user list.
This is important: the person who starts a particular game has to write down the exact original message and keep it handy!
Remember the object isn't to stump the others, but to challenge a little and have some fun.
This can be played as a game, with players challenging each other, or more conversationally, with players trying to figure out the connections together.
Once the message is received back by the person who wrote it, he types out the original message as originally sent, and then types out the message as received after it's made the rounds. Make the messages two or three sentences long and don't use foreign words or words with which the average person wouldn't be familiar.
The goal is to see how a simple, basic "gossip" type meme is so easily mangled; the goal isn't to confound for the sake of confounding.