If you think games are just for kids, then you clearly haven’t been playing the right ones. Here’s something else you may not know: You and your friends can enjoy a game night together without physically being陌陌飞艇多少币 together. Thanks to technology, there are plenty of virtual board games you can play over FaceTime, Zoom, or other virtual hangout platforms. So even if you're not able to hang with your crew right now, you can still feel like you’re together.
From online games to ones that can be played with a shared screen, we’ve rounded up some of the best apps, downloads, board games, and card games that work just as well over FaceTime or Zoom. Some are classics, and some are totally unique. Some are fun for the whole family, and some… should probably be saved for adults. Here are just 15 games you can play over FaceTime during your next virtual game night.
陌陌飞艇多少币You've probably heard of the family-friendly game Boggle, but this twist on the original makes for slightly more challenging games with a bigger five-by-five grid and longer words to find. It's also easy to play virtually, as the game owner can display the grid (or send a picture) for everyone else to see.
To play the adult party game, everyone must first write down all the participants' names on separate pieces of paper. Then, select from the deck of 170 questions presenting various hypothetical scenarios (which the game owner can read out loud or hold up to the screen for everyone to read). Afterwards, everyone holds up the name they think would most likely fulfill the scenario, and the person with the most votes drinks.
陌陌飞艇多少币In the game Codenames (which is recommended for ages 14 and up), two teams are led by "spymasters," who must help their team identify all of the secret agents on their team out of 25 possible codenames. Spymasters give one-word clues about those agents' codenames, but here's the tricky part: you want to choose clues that can point to multiple words. If the game owner sends out a picture of the 25-card grid to all the players, it's easy for everyone to play along virtually. Or, you can opt for the .
陌陌飞艇多少币In Scattergories (which is recommended for players 13 and up), players are given categories and challenged to come up with as many answers as they can to fit that category. What makes this one challenging is that all of those answers have to begin with the letter rolled on the die. To play virtually, the game owner can share a list of the categories with other players, such as in a Google Doc. Then, that person can roll the die to determine the letter and everyone can brainstorm individually on a piece of paper. Most answers wins!
The adult party game Drunk Stoned or Stupid is a take on "person most likely," offering 250 prompts for players to decide who among them is the most likely to do that hypothetical prompt. After everyone writes down all of the players' names on separate pieces of paper, the game owner can choose cards from the deck and display the prompt for everyone to see. Then, have everyone show the name of the player they think is most fitting. Get the most votes, and you get the honor of taking the drink.
This classic version of Trivial Pursuit (which is recommended for ages 16 and up) includes 400 cards and 2,400 questions from six categories: Geography, Entertainment, History, Art and Literature, Science and Nature, and Sports and Leisure. Though the game owner will have to move all of the players' game pieces around the game board for them, you can make virtual play fun by displaying the board for everyone to see.
Often played on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the adult party game Never Have I Ever includes a deck of cards with various scenarios, which the game owner can read aloud or display it for everyone to see. If you can truthfully say that you've never done the scenario listed, then you're in the clear. However, if you have陌陌飞艇多少币 done the scenario listed, you'll have to admit it and take a drink. Though there are also some "rule" cards included, it's easiest to stick to the "play" cards over FaceTime.
The adult party game Buzzed is similar to Never Have I Ever, containing 180 unique cards with unique prompts that players can either relate to or can't relate to. To play virtually, the game owner can simply read the card aloud or display it for everyone to see. If the prompt doesn't apply to you, you're safe, but if it does, bottoms up!
In the hilarious "get to know you" game Say Anything (which is recommended for ages 13 and up), players take turns reading questions out loud, and the other players respond by writing the wittiest answer they can think of. Everyone guesses which response the question-reader will like best, and whoever guesses correctly gets points. Though dry erase boards are included, you can still play virtually by having everyone write responses on paper instead and display those responses to the group.
In this fun adult party game, players take turns choosing from a deck of 450 hilarious yes-or-no question cards (which the game owner can read out loud or hold up to the screen for everyone to read). The other players then vote on whether they think the answer to the question is "yes" or "no." Finally, the person whose turn it is will reveal the answer, and whoever guesses incorrectly must take a drink.
陌陌飞艇多少币As the name suggests, Loaded Questions (which is recommended for ages 10 and up) included 880 questions designed to make you really think. Everyone take turns asking questions from the cards, which the other players all answer individually. To play virtually, all players can text their response to the question-asker, who will then read them out loud. Then, players must try to match the responses to the people who wrote them, earning points for correct answers.
are available on a wide variety of digital platforms (including Steam, Playstation 4, Xbox One, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and Android TV) and are sold in party packs or as individual games. Each party pack comes with five multiplayer games that players can join on their own devices. To play virtually, only one player has to download a party pack (which range from $24.99 to $29.99) and share their screen with the other players, either by setting up a video conference or using a live-streaming site like . Everyone will go to jackbox.tv on their device browsers, enter the room code, and let the games begin.
陌陌飞艇多少币While this one is a little tricky to play on a traditional game board, can still be played virtually by using the app. The family-friendly app costs $6.99 to download, and once all players download, you'll compete to link up your cities and reach your destinations on your own devices. This one is easy to play and games are never the same, so you and your friends can play over and over again.
Created by the same team behind Head's Up, is a free app that challenges players to come up with fake answers to real trivia questions. Players will take turns trying to select the actual answer among their friends' made-up responses, earning points for every correct answer they identify. It's family-friendly, and players don't have to be together to play together.
陌陌飞艇多少币 is another app that's free to download and fun to play with friends no matter whether you're together or not. Once everyone downloads, this cooperative game challenges you and your team to successfully guide your ship through space, with everyone responsible for a series of buttons, switches, sliders, and dials on their control panel. Here's the challenge: Everyone's individual commands are sent out to other teammates, so you all have to listen to one another and work together to manage all the controls.