It’s that time of year again! And if you’re anything like me, you’ve put off figuring out what your Halloween costume is going to be. It’s one week away so you still have some time to 1) Choose what you’re going to be and 2) Put it together!


Here are some DIY and some not-so-DIY costume ideas all based on some of your favorite mobile games!


1) Angry Birds

Angry Birds CostumeThis one’s an obvious classic; especially since Angry Birds blew up and became a movie last year. You can go as the classic red bird… The yellow one… Or, maybe you really want to mix it up and be the green pig!

The opportunities are endless, my friend. Go for it.


2) Plants Vs. Zombies

Plants Vs Zombies Costume

Did anyone else here go through a SERIOUS Plants Vs Zombies phase? This game consumed a decent amount of my life so I would be all over this idea. Check out how adorable this family costume ensemble is.

100 points for creativity!


3) Rubik’s Cube

Rubiks Cube Costume

Why not go as a classic, family favorite Rubik’s Cube? Not only is it a worldwide recognized toy, it’s an addictive app that’s nearly impossible to put down.


4) Pokemon Go

Pokemon Go Costume

Ok, we’re getting extra creative here! You could always dress up like a character from Pokemon like Ash or Misty but this girl decided to amp it up and go as a PokeStop from Pokemon Go! Major bonus points for being super unique!


5) Candy Crush

Candy Crush Costume

This may not be the easiest costume to sit down in, but who cares? It’s adorable! Just stay standing all night and you’ll be good to go.


6) Clash of Clans

Clash of Clans Costume

With Clash of Clans being the most popular game in the world, it’s no surprise people have been pooling together and creating wicked group costumes. 


7) Fruit Ninja

Fruit Ninja Costume

I saved my personal favorite for last. Why be a plain ol’ boring regular ninja when you can be a Fruit Ninja? This one’s super easy too (which I’m ALL about).

All you’ll need is head to toe black clothes, a headband, belt and some fake fruit (or, print out some fruit if you’re the ultimate lazy person).

Have a safe and happy Halloween, everyone! Creep it real!