You’ve probably noticed that not all games are possible to play with only three players. However, there are still several indoor games as well as outdoor games that you can play when you have a couple of friends over.
I’ve tried to find as many varied games for you to choose from including board games, card games, scary games, and even some drinking games as well.
Fun Games To Play With 3 People
Witt’s End is a mind game where players progress around a multi-level gameboard by answering questions from four different categories.
How To Play Wit’s End:
Roll the die and move your playing pawn in either direction (left or right) based on the number rolled.
Next, draw a card and answer a question from an appropriate category (land on a Teaser square and choose a question from the Teaser category).
Roll again if you land on a dice square. Once you answer a question correctly, roll again to carry on – you may switch directions (left or right) on your current level after each roll.
Play continues until you get a question wrong, at which point the next person takes the turn.
You can only move up a level if you land on a square directly below one of the arrows. Slide your piece up to the next level, then roll again to continue along your new level if you answered correctly.
If your answer is incorrect, stay where you are and your turn is over. When you reach the top level square (with the Wit’s End logo), draw a card – no rolling is required. Select one of the four categories from which you will answer the question before viewing the card.
You win the game if you answer correctly. Incorrect answers result in the playing pawn slipping back down to the purple level, ending your turn.
Players: 2-6 players/teams
Play the classic game of Wooden Blocks in life-size. A favorite game just got a big makeover from Giantville!
How To Play Giantville Tumbling Timber:
You can play the game however you want. Modify the rules and make them your own. Using the 20 numbered blocks, you can come up with your own bonus rules or drinking games for adults.
Each number can be associated with a rule, such as go again, reverse direction, or skip player, so that when a numbered block is pulled, the player will follow the rule associated with that number.
You can adjust the rules to suit the game for adults or children.
Using a scorecard, keep track of your points every round. Keep playing as long as you like.
There are 60 cards in a Racko deck, each numbered from 1 to 60.
To play with two players, only use cards 1 to 40.
Three players should use 1 to 50, while four players should use 1 to 60.
How To Play Rack-O:
Let each player reveal one card from the deck. Whoever has the lowest card deals first.
Each player gets ten cards.
Players must place their cards in their rack from back to front as they are dealt.
Create a draw pile by placing the remainder of the deck face down in the center of the table.
Create the discard pile by flipping the top card over and placing it beside the draw pile.
The game begins to the left of the dealer. Players pick a card from either the draw pile or the discard pile.
You must discard a card from your rack when you take a card from the discard pile, and then you can place the new card in that slot.
When you draw a card from the draw pile, you can discard either the drawn card or a card from your rack.
You may not rearrange the cards in your rack when exchanging a card. Only the card being exchanged may be removed, and the drawn card must go into that spot.
The discard pile can be turned over to make a new draw pile if the draw pile runs out of cards.
The round ends when the first player in the game rearranges his cards from lowest to highest.
This procedure awards 5 points for each card in order of lowest to highest, plus 25 points for going out (going Rack-O), for a total of 75 points for the player who goes out first.
The first player to reach 500 points wins.
The fun of darts without the sharp objects!
You can easily carry this ring toss wall game wherever you go since it comes with a convenient carrying bag!
It takes just a few minutes to set up on any surface.
How To Play Hookey Ring Toss Game:
Elite Sportz Hookey is a ring toss game that can be played in five different ways:
- Play until someone reaches a score of 101 by following the rules included in the game.
- The first to get 50 points by using the fewest rings wins.
- See who can score the most points after throwing six sets of rings.
- Attempt to wrap each ring around each number in the correct order.
- Whoever reaches 31 first wins.
Or create your own hookey game based on these five versions!
How To Play Beat That:
The game pieces should be organized in the playing area before starting the game.
Shuffle the challenge cards and give each player ten betting tokens.
Put the challenge card deck in the center of the group. You are ready to play!
Choose a player who will be the first to draw a challenge card to begin the game.
The chosen player will draw a challenge card and read it aloud to the group.
Members of the group will then place a betting token, with the amount determined by their ability to complete the task at hand.
Upon reaching ten rounds, the game ends, and the points are tallied.
A winner is determined at the end of those ten rounds based on the number of points accumulated.
Best 3 Player Board Games
I’ve included some of the most classic board games as well as some new favorites that you can play with a couple of friends.
Quilts and cats make up the puzzly tile-laying game Calico. Players must try to make the coziest quilt by collecting and placing different patches of colors and patterns.
How To Play Calico:
Pick a patch tile out of your hand and sew it into your quilt; next, choose another patch from the three available to you.
If you can create a color group, you can sew a button onto your quilt.
The cat will come over to you and curl up on your quilt if you can create a pattern combination that is attractive to it!
You receive points for the buttons, cats, and how well you completed your quilt pattern at the end of the game.
Playable in as quick as 30 minutes, quick-paced, simple rules and short games make this the best game for people with short attention spans.
How To Play Off-Topic:
Draw a card to set the topics, and roll a die to determine the letter to begin your responses with.
Write down the answers for each topic that begins with the letter rolled as you race against time.
You gain a point for each unique answer. After the comparing and scoring are done, the players erase the board and begin another round.
Whoever scores the most points at the end of five rounds wins.
Redneck is a classic dice game. The game is a roll and move game, but its strengths are its simplicity rather than gameplay.
How To Play Redneck Life:
Play involves rolling the dice, adding the values, and moving the pawn the number of spaces thrown.
Some of the spaces contain text that triggers events.
The other spaces, which are the most common ones, will cause you to resolve a Gone Redneck’n card.
Some cards are Redneck Revenge cards that allow you to take down your opponent.
As a result of accidents and brawls, players lose teeth during the game.
Consider buying some back because the player with the most teeth at the end of the game wins!
To win the game, you need to lower or close as many number tiles as you can in your turn.
How To Play Shut The Box:
At the beginning of a round, all tiles are upright.
Players roll two dice and add the results.
They then lower the equivalent number of tiles. For example, if the player rolls 9, they can drop any tile that matches the number 9 ( 9, 8 and 1, 7 and 2, etc.)
The player continues to roll as long as there are equal numbers of tiles to lower.
The turn ends when no more tiles can be lowered.
Scores are based on the number of tiles left up.
As soon as a player’s score is recorded, all tiles are put in the up position for the next player.
A player who scores 45 points or more is eliminated from the game.
The winner is determined by the last player remaining.
Catan, a classic civilization-building game, is also a very popular three-player game. Catan is a strategy game where players must harvest and trade resources.
Catan combines the elements of chance and skill on a hexagonally-shaped board, and I recommend it for people over 10 years old; and is the perfect game for teens and adults.
The game might seem a little confusing at first, but it is a lot of fun and easy to get addicted to.
How To Play Catan:
Start by rolling the dice. With each roll, you get a chance to collect resources. You want to collect resources like brick, wool, lumber, grain, and ore.
Once you have the right combination of resources, you can use them to build settlements or upgrade them to cities.
Everyone starts with two settlements and two roads, which equals two victory points.
The first person to get to 10 victory points wins.
Playtime: 60 minutes
Compete against other players as you race through New York City’s busy streets to explore the most famous tourist attractions and complete your destination tickets to score the most points.
How To Play Ticket To Ride:
The youngest player takes the first turn.
Players continue in a clockwise direction until the game ends.
Each player must choose one (but only one) of the following three actions:
- Draw Transportation cards
- Claim a Route
- Draw Destination Ticket cards
The player with the highest score wins the game.
Sequence is one of our favorite board games and a perfect three-player game.
Playing sequence is a mixture of strategy and luck.
Suitable for younger children but challenging enough for adults.
You can play with as few as two players or form teams and play up to 12 players.
How To Play Sequence:
The objective of this classic board game is to get a Sequence of five in a row. These can be horizontally, vertically, or diagonally.
Each time you play a card, place a chip on a corresponding space on the game board – five in a row is a Sequence!
Don’t forget to block your opponents as well.
Duration: 30 minutes+
Trivial pursuit is a great game for friends to test their general knowledge. This version features questions that reflect the culture and trends from 2010 to 2020.
How To Play Trivial Pursuit:
Each player answers questions from the deck of cards as they move around the board.
When players land on a category space, they will receive a colored wedge of the corresponding color if they answer the question correctly.
The player who collects six colored wedges and answers a final question correctly wins!
In Voices In My Head, you step inside a courtroom and into a man’s head as he stands trial for robbing a bank.
In this multiplayer game, one person takes on the role of the prosecutor, who is trying to convict the accused and sentence him to prison.
All other players take on aspects of Guy Johnson’s personality, such as Honesty or Selfishness, and try to influence the trial.
Each player must reach their hidden goal to win the game.
How To Play Voices In My Head:
The prosecutor presents evidence, calls witnesses, or grills Guy on the stand in each round.
A three-dimensional game board representing Guy’s brain allows the other players to control his actions by playing relevant tokens.
These actions will influence the jury in different ways and ultimately determine whether Guy remains free or is sent to prison.
Time: 1-2 hours
Chess has traditionally been a two-player game.
A third player is now involved in the struggle, which changes the dynamics in an exciting way.
How To Play Three Player Chess:
As in classical chess, the movement of pieces is the same.
Players compete against each other clockwise.
Red goes first, then play proceeds clockwise with white followed by black.
When moving pieces, use their normal movement relative to the adjacent spaces.
When you move a piece through the center rosette, movement changes significantly.
Watch this video for clear gameplay rules:
There are three game-ending variations you can play with. You should agree on which you will play before beginning.
Option 1: The game continues until one player is checkmated. Then the other player who delivered the checkmate is the winner.
Option 2: After the first king is captured, that player is eliminated from the game, and the game continues. The player who delivered the checkmate receives the bonus ability to use the eliminated player’s pieces until only one player remains.
Option 3: When a player is checkmated, that player is eliminated from the game, but all their pieces remain on the board. These pieces do not move. They cannot check a king, and you may not pass a piece through them.
If you wish to occupy a space with an eliminated player’s piece on it, then you must capture that piece.
The game then continues until only one player remains.
Card Games To Play With 3 People
Cover Your Assets is a game where you must become the first player to reach $1,000,000 and win!
How To Play Cover Your Assets:
The game begins with the player on the dealer’s left. The player can do one of four actions each turn.
You can make an asset pair from your hand by matching two assets cards or an asset card with a wild card. When a new pair is made, place it perpendicular to the previous assets.
You can make a pair with a discard card as a second option. Third, you can steal assets from another player. The last option is to discard and draw.
Every turn, players may replenish their hands to get them back to the number they started with. When all cards have been played, players tally their card’s face value.
The first player to reach $1,000,000 wins!
Skull King is a fun party game where you attempt to predict how many tricks you are likely to win each round. A perfect blend of classic strategy and trick-taking gameplay.
How To Play Skull King:
The game has ten rounds, with each player receiving as many cards as the number of rounds in the game.
The players simultaneously bid on how many tricks they think they will take by placing out a fist and then showing several fingers (or a closed fist if they want to bid zero tricks) on the count of three.
Players play cards according to standard rules, with one player leading off with a card and others following suit if possible or playing something else if not. One could, however, always choose to play a special, unnumbered card – and the power of those cards might be enough to let you win a trick you couldn’t win otherwise.
For every trick a player collects exactly, they score 20 points; if they collect more or fewer tricks, they lose 10 points.
If a player bids zero tricks, they win ten times the current round number. However, if they take even a single trick, they lose the same number of points.
Bonus points are awarded if the player catches pirates with the Skull King or the King with a mermaid.
The player with the most points after ten rounds wins.
Players – 2-8
The objective is to earn the most Treasure Points by placing card groups (treasures) on your island. You can also use pirate cards to attack your opponents (e.g., stealing their treasure or blowing it up) or to gain advantages over your opponents.
How To Play Rainbow Pirates:
Your turn involves:
- Placing cards (for Treasure Points).
- Arranging cards (to and from your island and hand).
- Playing pirate cards (to attack rivals or gain an advantage).
There are two possible outcomes for a game:
- When a player goes out (playing all his cards and having at least two full rainbows on his island)
- 2) Run out of draw cards
Although going out does not necessarily mean you win, you earn a BONUS 5 Treasure Points, which is often enough to win the game.
The goal is to obtain the lowest number of points after playing all eleven game rounds.
How To Play Five Crowns:
Play begins with the player to the dealer’s left and continues clockwise.
You may draw a card from the draw pile or pick up the top card from the discard pile to begin your turn.
You can only pick up the top card. Keep all of your books and/or runs in your hand until you can go out.
You must discard one card to complete your turn.
Book and/or run cards are not scored. Only unused cards are tallied. They are recorded and added by the scorekeeper.
The game continues until the 11th round when each player is dealt 13 cards, and the Kings go wild.
The winner is the player with the lowest score at the end of the game!
Duration: 45 minutes
Power Switch is a game of strategy like no other! Find out who has the power in your group as you test all your game-playing skills by building Power Towers and supporting Power Lines.
How To Play Power Switch:
The game can be started in 36 different ways.
Each round, you roll the dice to determine the Power Card.
Make your opponents flinch when they least expect it with the Shock Play Card!
These cards instantly switch the energy between opposing players.
After each game, the winner is declared the Power Player.
Get the most points by answering three questions before the balls fall to the bottom of the timer!
How To Play 5 Second Rule Uncensored:
There’s just one rule to this game – spit it out before the time runs out!
The game rules are simple: Answer whatever question you are asked in five seconds, no matter what it may be!
As the Twisted Timer makes sounds to distract the player, it adds a fun element to the game.
The game is fun for 3 or more players.
Players: 3 or more
You don’t get points for correct answers in this game. Instead, you lose points for every incorrect answer you give. This puts a lot of pressure on you to answer those questions correctly.
How To Play I Should Have Known That:
Before the game starts, everyone should be informed that outside help from smartphones, laptops, and other devices is not allowed in this game.
When a player gets a question wrong, points are deducted, and the winner is the one with the most points left.
This exciting and hilarious trivia game lets you laugh your way to constant brain freezes and embarrassing answers!
More than 400 unexpected trivia questions and answers await you in this hilarious trivia game! This game is sure to generate lots of laughter and lively discussion!
How To Play Things They Don’t Teach You In School:
It is a straightforward game where you have a scorer, and you take turns reading a card containing questions.
Each correct answer is worth one point.
A point limit can be established, and the first to reach it wins!
Linkee can be played individually or by a team. This is a family trivia game for kids and adults that does things differently from other games.
How To Play Linkee:
All four questions on the card are read, but the answers are not revealed.
You and your team must answer four quiz questions, then try to identify a link between the answers, then shout out “LINKEE!”
The player who gets it right wins the card.
There is a letter on the back of each question card. When you have the correct letters to spell Linkee, you win.
Players compete by creating the most hilarious text message thread.
How To Play New Phone, Who Dis?:
The players alternate drawing sent (or “inbox”) cards while they compete to play the funniest reply card.
A judge decides which combo is the funniest after everyone in the group has chosen their reply card.
A point is awarded to that person.
The player with the most points wins!
Golf Games To Play With 3 People
This ultimate outdoor game combines golf and cornhole.
How To Play Backyard Golf Cornhole:
A 9-hole course that offers dynamic gameplay.
In this game, players can move the chipping mat around the play area and aim for the main hole to score points.
Keep an eye out for water and sand hazards.
It is played with balls being hit through hoops, and the first player to complete all seven hoops wins.
How To Play Golf Croquet:
As you are about to hit the ball on the ground, stand facing the ball with your feet apart and swing the mallet forward between your legs.
The ball should pass through a metal arch called a wicket or hoop.
The goal is to run the hoops from 1 to 7. The player who reaches 7 points first wins.
The classic golf game gets a fun, exciting twist with the Play Nine card game.
How To Play The Card Game of Golf – Play Nine:
In order to obtain the lowest sum of numbers on all their cards, players either draw a card or pick one up from the discard pile.
Each card has a value from 12 to -5.
Cards that match in the same column cancel each other out.
Each player keeps a scorecard, and after nine holes, the game is over, and the lowest score wins.
Games To Play With 3 People Outside
Looking for some backyard sports fun? Here are some of our favorite outdoor games to keep the kids active.
Outdoor bowling is a classic game ideal for any age. It can be played by three people using any object like a bowling pin, such as a plastic bottle or soda can.
How To Play Outdoor Bowling:
Each player takes turns knocking over the objects with a tennis ball.
Each knock-over awards the player a point.
After several rounds, the player who scores the most points wins the game.
Summer is the perfect time to play this classic chasing game outside with friends and family. It’s still one of the most popular games for kids.
How To Play Tag:
There is one person chosen to be “it.”
They count to ten to give the other players a chance to spread out before starting to chase them.
When the “it” player successfully taps another player, the player who was tagged becomes “it” and so on.
Balloon Stomp is arguably one of the most fun activities to play at parties or even when the kids are bored, and you want to get them outside. You’ll find some adults enjoying this game too.
How To Play Balloon Stomp:
Each player has a balloon tied to their ankle, and everyone runs around the yard trying to pop the other players’ balloons with their feet.
The last person left with an unpopped balloon wins the game.
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Tall Man Hamburger
This game makes grilling out a fun activity game to play with friends.
How To Play Tall Man Hamburger:
Build your hamburgers extra tall and smother them with every type of hamburger condiment you have.
Eat your burger while maintaining eye contact with the other players, and you’ll find it hard not to laugh.
The first person to finish their tall man hamburger wins!
The simplicity of adding a third goal to the game of soccer makes it uniquely suited for three players.
How To Play Three-Way Soccer:
A circular playing field should have three goals evenly spaced around its circumference.
This fast-paced variation is a two-on-one match, with whoever has the soccer ball facing off against the other two.
Jump & Splash
The object of this game is for the Jumper to jump a jump rope a set number of times or for a set period of time while spilling the least amounts of water.
How To Play Jump & Splash:
Jump and Splash is a Double Dutch game that requires three players at a minimum.
Two of them will start as the Spinners, and the third player will begin as the Jumper (standing in the middle of the two spinners).
During the jump, the Jumper will hold a cup filled with water.
Everyone will then have their turn as the players rotate.
The player who spills the least amount of water at the end of the game wins!
Three players can have a lot of fun with this water game
How To Play Battle Log Rafts:
The players sit on log rafts and hold the canes.
They then engage in a pool fight with other players while sitting on their inflatable raft.
The player who is still on the log raft at the end of the game wins.
For more pool games have a look at Fun Swimming Pool Games For Teens To Play This Summer.
Children and adults can play hot potato with or without an actual potato. Almost anything can be thrown and caught, whether a real potato or a tossable and catchable object.
How To Play Hot Potato:
People toss the object from one person to another as the music plays, and when the music stops, whoever is left holding the object is out, and the process repeats until only one person remains.
Playing Lawn Darts is an easy, turn-based game that can be played with three players. Allow the third person to take a turn after the second player has completed his throws.
How To Play Lawn Darts:
To play, players throw lawn darts, which look like giant darts, underhand at the level of hoops on the ground.
Players score more points when their lawn darts land near the bulls-eye in the hoop center like conventional darts.
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Jump Rope Math
Jump Rope Math challenges players’ athletic abilities and their math skills at the same time!
How To Play Jump Rope Math:
An equation is given to the player. The player then repeats the equation and answers it by doing the number of jumps of the actual answer to the equation.
A player gets 1 point for answering the equation correctly. After a few rounds, the player who earns the highest score wins the game.
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Scary Games To Play With 3 People
Ghosts In The Graveyard
This game is played in any outdoor area with three or more friends. It is especially fun when played in the dark at night. The goal of the game is to find the “ghost.”
How To Play Ghosts In The Graveyard:
Choose a base that all players will run to when the ghost is found.
A player is chosen as IT or the ghost. That player runs and hides within the neighborhood boundaries set before the start of the game.
All players close their eyes and count down from 50. The game begins when everyone yells, “ready or not, here we come.”
Everyone runs in search of the ghost. The player who discovers the ghost’s hiding spot shouts out “Ghost in the Graveyard” as loudly as they can.
That player is safe. The other players run back and touch base. While returning to base, the ghost chases players and must tag one of them, who becomes the ghost for the next round.
If everyone returns to base before the ghost tags anyone, he becomes IT again. Start a new round by repeating the same steps with the new or the same IT.
Touch and Tell
Scare your friends by touching objects they can’t see and make them guess what it is.
How To Play Touch & Tell:
Find objects for you and your friends to touch in the dark. You must guess what each thing is. Find something gross to feel. Naming them after body parts can make it even creepier. Cold spaghetti can be used for guts, just as grapes work for eyes. Use your imagination. As long as you’re creative, anything will do.
Playing Ouija games with your friends, whether they are real or not, is definitely a spooky way to spend the night. Just remember to take precautions and be careful.
How To Play Ouija:
You need an ouija board. Place all your hands on the piece that points to the numbers and letters in the middle of the board. You are now ready to ask questions.
Be patient and concentrate on your question, as the spirits cannot be rushed. Use the planchette that comes with the board.
Be sure to say goodbye at the end of each game.
One of the classic slumber party games is telling scary stories.
How To Play Scary Stories:
Make sure all the lights are turned out and have everyone gather around. Tell scary stories one by one. Check out urban legends for ideas. The scary stories might not scare them at that point, but they will surely haunt you as the night goes on.
The Thumb Game
This paranormal game is based on an old Japanese legend, where a maniacal serial killer murdered and dismembered a Japanese woman. The police managed to locate all but one body part: her left thumb.
In this imagination game, you must try to find the thumb to be granted a wish.
How To Play The Thumb Game:
Sit in a circle with your friends with a candle in the middle. Each of you grasps the person’s left thumb sitting to your right.
Close your eyes and imagine that you’re in the villa where the woman was murdered.
Everyone must then repeat a chant that will transport you back to where the murder occurred.
Say the following sentences twice.
” Oyayubi , Oyayubi , hear our voices “
” Oyayubi , Oyayubi , grant our wish “
Take a look around the room to see if you can find the Japanese girl’s missing thumb.
Hold onto your friend’s thumb, or else it will immediately be taken to the spirit world.
If you feel a bony finger tapping on your shoulder, you should not turn around.
You have to find the missing thumb before the candle burns out.
If you don’t find it, simply blow out the candle and get transported back home.
Drinking Games To Play With 3 People
Never Have I Ever Drinking Game
Each player begins their statements with “Never have I ever…” and adds an action they have never done before.
How To Play Never Have I Ever:
The first player mentions something they have not done, and the players who have done it drink.
Move to the next player, and they can take their turn saying something they have not done.
If nobody has done what the first player asked, the person asking takes the drink.
Buzzed box brings together drinking and interacting with friends in the ideal game.
How To Play Buzzed Blocks:
Get a drink of choice and take a seat around the tower while you stack the blocks face down in alternating rows of three.
Turn by turn, remove a block, and complete the task or game on it.
Only one hand is allowed to be used at a time, and you must pull from below the 3rd row. Once done, place it on top of the tower.
These rules and explanations of all tiles are included in the box.
The goal is to fill your empty 6-PACK game piece with mini bottles awarded throughout the game.
How To Play DRINK-A-PALOOZA:
In the game, the order of play moves clockwise.
Everyone plays with their favorite beverage in hand. Players can also count the number of “Sips” in “Seconds,” depending on how they want to play.
Upon landing on beer pong, quarters & flip cup, choose an opponent to compete against by spinning the bottle in the middle of the board.
Those who win the mini-competition receive a Mini Bottle and put it into their 6-PACK game pieces.
Get your 6-pack filled up to win DRINK-A-PALOOZA.
In essence, drinking Jenga is the same as regular Jenga, making it the simplest of the drinking games.
How To Play Drunk Jenga:
Each Jenga block should have a different rule. You can play Jenga as usual as long as you follow the rules on the blocks you pull.
Anyone who knocks down the Jenga tower must finish their drink.
Down a drink, with them, if you want to show support.
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Games To Play With 3 People Online
Towards the end of 2020, Fall Guys became a phenomenon. A few seasons later, it continues to be popular and receives updated content regularly. Having a few friends jump online with you is fun, especially when one of you gets a crown or makes it through a mini-game. The game is hands down one of the most fun three-player games on PS4.
PS4 and PS5 users can now play the epic campaign and three expansions of this classic dark fantasy shooter. Co-op play is available locally and online, so you can blast your way through the game’s iconic enemies with two of your friends.
In Rocket League’s five-minute matches, you control a car on a large soccer field with an oversized ball and try to knock down the opposing team. Online multiplayer is available to players of all ages in casual and ranked modes.
Featuring both online and local multiplayer, the original sandbox crafting game is as good as ever on PS4. You can build some houses with your friends, or just go off and do your own thing.
Skribbl is the coolest way to show off your mad drawing skills with friends in a private gaming room! Like traditional Pictionary, each player receives a word and then tries to illustrate that word on a digital canvas while their friends try to guess. Playing this game is most enjoyable when using a tablet with a stylus, but you can certainly use your finger to sketch.
You and a few friends will have to cook, serve, and clean within a strict time limit. It is crucial that you take on your share of the load to achieve the highest score possible and that you do not let your co-op partners down!
This multiplayer trivia game lets you play against friends in real-time and tackle questions relating to various topics. But If you don’t have any friends to play with, the game boasts the ability to match you with people who have similar interests.
With the help of your phone, you have to answer potentially embarrassing questions about your friends. The game works best for three players to eliminate randomness.
Mario Kart Tour
You and your childhood favorite Nintendo friends are racing in a go-kart! Grab Mario, Princess Peach, and everyone else from your favorite classic Nintendo games! You can even take your friends along for a bit of friendly competition with the mobile version. With this fun version, you’ll experience courses that take you underwater and even hang gliding.
FUSER is a DJ game where you must smoothly mix tracks into one another to keep the crowd entertained. With a three-player co-op, you’ll all work together to create a song, taking turns creating and adding to the mix until the song is complete.