Two games that ALWAYS entertain the girl, both playful and can incorporate kino, particularly the second:
Game 1, 4 questions:
Ask the girl if she is an imaginative/curious person. She'll say yes or sometimes - they never say no
Explain that you will ask 4 questions and require each to be answered with 3 adjectives. Note - sometimes 3 is too much so drop it to 2 if they struggle. Also focus on tonality and creating emotional depth
Question 1 - You're in a white, square and small box-like room with no windows and no doors. In three adjectives, describe how you feel (remember these and say them back to her)
Question 2 - What's your favourite colour? Describe it in 3 adjectives (remember these and repeat)
Question 3 - What's your favourite animal? Describe it in 3 adjectives (remember, repeat)
Question 4 - You're on a deserted island, standing on a beautiful white sand beach looking out to a crystal clear ocean. What's the first thing you want to do? (remember and repeat/joke around)
Then talk back through the meaning of each.
Question 1 - explains their feelings about death
Question 2 - explains how they view themselves
Question 3 - explains how others view them
Question 4 - explains their approach to sex
This always creates humour and can create a sexual vibe. Focus on slowing your speech for the final question. I've had some hilarious responses for question 4, such as "I'd sit down and cry" or "I'd call my parents". Other more common responses are "I'd run into the sea", which you then playfully twist this as meaning they run towards opportunities for sex - always makes them laugh if said correctly.
Game 2, riddle:
This game requires three different coins, ideally a penny, nickel and dime. If you can't get these, use any three different coins. I've never used a penny, nickel and dime and had no issues with it.
Get the girl to put her hand out, palm facing upwards. Rest the three coins on her hand in a line and explain to imagine the coin closest to the wrist is a penny, middle of the palm is a nickel and closest to the fingers is a dime.
Explain you'll say the riddle once and they have 3 attempts to guess the answer. If they fail, they buy a shot for both of you. If they get it correct, you buy them a shot. It's often best to say the riddle only twice and after the 2nd incorrect guess.
Riddle: Jack's (or any other male name) mum had three children - Penny, Nicholas and ... (they must guess the third). Say it quickly, particularly the start. Obviously the answer is in the question and is Jack but they'll say Dominic, Dom etc.
Always entertaining and you can get a shot out of it.
These are my two golden games for bars and meeting women. Always well received.