When playing “No hands”, you’ll need to use your head, literally.  Meaning you’ll need to perform tasks with your head, all while enjoying your favourite snacks and a FANTA.

This is a playful and daring game that taps into people's interesting and unusual abilities, creating an entertaining and amusing experience with FANTA.

How to Play


Favourite snacks for each participant

Comfortable play area with enough space for movement

Cups (optional)

Timer or stopwatch

Blindfold (optional for added challenge)

Gather Participants:

Invite friends, family, or colleagues to join in the Snack Ahead challenge. Ensure everyone has their favorite snacks on hand and FANTA by your side.

Choose Challenges:

Create a list of hands-free challenges that participants will need to complete using only their heads. Some ideas include:

Snack Toss: Toss a snack into the air and catch it using your mouth. Every time you get a snack you reward yourself with a sip of FANTA. The one who finishes the bottle/cup first wins.

Balance a snack on your forehead and see how long it will take for you to get in your mouth. Every time you get a snack in your mouth you reward yourself with a sip of FANTA. The one who finishes the bottle/cup first wins.

Participants must perform the challenges without using their hands.

Time limits can be set for each challenge to add an element of competition.

For added difficulty, participants can be blindfolded during some challenges.

Assign points for each successfully completed challenge.

Bonus points can be awarded for creativity, style, or difficulty level.

Keep track of scores throughout the game.

Rotate participants through the challenges, ensuring everyone gets a chance to showcase their head skills.

Encourage friendly banter and cheers from the audience.

The participant with the highest overall score at the end of the challenges is declared the Snack Ahead champion.

Record videos or take pictures of the hilarious moments during the game.

Share the highlights on social media or create a montage for lasting memories.

Remind participants to be mindful of their surroundings to avoid accidents.

Modify challenges as needed to ensure everyone's safety.