Playing games on the air is fun, adds character, and gets listeners involved. Games have become more and more popular, and there are great reasons for it. Contestants like to play for fun (and for prizes). But many listeners love to simply play along on the air. There are a ton of games to choose from, but the best source could be creating your own games.

In this article, I share a useful tool and resource to make your own games on the air. including:

  • How to make your own games nobody else is playing.
  • Writing questions from unlikely sources.
  • An example of using this resource to turn into a ready-for-air game.

How to Make Your Own Games

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