Playing trivia games on a special event like Halloween, not only is it fun, but also memorable. Everybody can attend the gameplay too; kids, adults, and elders. There is a chance to introduce and reminisce about Halloween throughout the year. For instance, the question is about the origins of Halloween, "Where is Halloween originally?" Halloween is also celebrated outside the U.S. and Ireland. You can ask "What is Halloween called in Spain?" If you're wondering about the spooky creature you see on El Dia de Los Muertos, you may write "Who is Frankenstein?"
Actually, you can write the Halloween trivia and answers in the free time you have. There is a restriction or such deadline to set up the game. It all depends on the Halloween party you throw and what games include. If you make it for the preparation of the party, then, it is better at least a week before the party happens. After that, you can share the trivia and answers with the public, such as on a personal blog or printable sources. And so, make sure the prompts of the game have no expiry date.
Making Halloween trivia and answers, look at yourself as the game maker. The only skill you need is reading and a bit of analytical. There are a lot of sources, even the ones that are close to you, such as literature, nature, myth, movies, and many more. The fastest one is through the fact-check from the internet. However, a one-sentence answer is too common already. You can try the optional, or maybe yes-no answers to put on the cheat sheet. You can choose the level of difficulty too, like for students, casual, to expert.
As long as the players are already in school ages, they already understand what is going on on Halloween, including trick-or-treating celebrations. In trick-or-treating, usually, the attendees are children. They knock door to door to ask for candy by shouting "trick or treat!" The celebration itself has its own meaning. The answer can be based on history and their own assumption. Those who answer with the facts might be older than those who only know about the trick-or-treating tradition. Adults can correct and add their answers so that the kids enjoy the activity.