Make the message interesting and "story-like," with adjectives, names, and movement -- so and so -- that person who is X, Y, and Z -- did this, and then this happened, etc.
This is important: the person who starts a particular game has to write down the exact original message and keep it handy!
The person at the top of the user list types a word, and the person just under him types a word that begins with the last letter of the word typed.
This can be done with States, countries, animals, or any given category, such as Song titles, Movie titles, Catholicism.
The leader thinks of an individual with whom the average person in the room would or should be familiar.When playing in a chatroom, the clue-giver should type the write answer in capital letters after it is guessed.This way all the clues can be easily spotted when scrolling.The person just under him in the user list asks the leader a question that can be answered with "yes" or "no." The next person does the same until the object in question is guessed.Whoever thinks he knows the answer can shout it out at any time, but if he is wrong, he is out of the game.