Best Zoom Games To Play With Your Friends

Are you looking for the best Zoom games? We all know that Zoom is the most popular video conferencing service in the past week or so because of the growing number of people that start working from home because of the COVID-19 crisis. Because of this social isolation, lots of people are searching for different methods to hang out with their loved ones and play games as usual.

Do you know that there are lots of games that you can play with your loved ones via Zoom? Follow our simple article at the end, which helps you to get begin in no time.

List Of Zoom Games:

Here is a complete list of the best Zoom games:

  • Codenames
  • Wink assassin
  • 20 Questions
  • Scavenger Hunt
  • Scattergories
  • Werewolf
  • Guess Who
  • Math games
  • Drinking games
  • Virtual/Online games
  • Fun games



Codenames are the most interesting game of word guessing or association. The players divided into 2 teams and try to guess which words are closely linked with their team. Every team is given a ‘codename’. However, this word is the clue that can be used to link with. Be careful not to reveal the opposing team’s words.

You can use a game of Codenames on Initiate a game, and share your friends the password. They input the password and quickly join your game.

Wink assassin

Wink assassin is another game of acting or guessing. You don’t need anything to play this game. The players persuade all the others that they are NOT the assassin in the group. One person is the assassin and must finish off as many others as they can, before getting caught. However, the assassin’s private texts are the victim ‘wink’. When a user receives this message, they play-act die and disable their video feed. The other players then vote on who they believe the assassin to be. The player who receives a higher number of votes gets kicked out.

20 Questions

20 Questions

In the game of 20 questions, you can say is ‘NO’ or ‘YES’. Can your friends guess what’s in your mind? Choose a random item, but don’t say it out loud. The remaining players have 20 guesses to check out what it is. However, the twist is that all questions can only have ‘yes’ or ‘no’ answers. For instance, ‘is the object color is yellow?’ is a valid question, but ‘what’s the subject color?’ you can’t use. If they easily guess the answer within a 20 questions limit, you lose!

In case, if the other players can’t guess the object at the last the end of the 20 questions, you can then get a point. You can also reduce the number of guesses each player can make.

Scavenger Hunt

Just choose a judge, make a list of common household items, and get began. It works after calling out the name of any household item and watching your team members scramble to figure it out and get the object to you in time.

The first one who gets the item won the round and gets to be the judge for the other one. This is a really entertaining way to keep yourself active or entertained. You can also juice things up by splitting the players into different teams and set time limits.



Scattergories is another classic board or most popular game. However, it works by splitting participants into two different teams and then throwing random categories to which the team members have filled up with 6 various items in under 15 seconds.

Rather than setting up the game yourself, you can also use this online tool which helps you to invite all of us and play in tandem. Just ‘screen share’ the game via Zoom to your fellow members and you all can get begin while having a laugh at each other’s reactions to the game via Zoom.

Zoom Games – Werewolf

Werewolf is another amazing online game that you can play with your loved ones over Zoom. The goal is very easy, one of you assumes the werewolf role, while it is up to the other member to guess the werewolf identity. The thing that spice up is that if you guess wrong, it gets you and you’re kicked out of the game. Werewolf is a game of bluffing or deception where you can keep your intentions hidden while trying to find the main offender in the process.

Well, it is a game for those who have a steep learning curve during the start phase, but once you are all on board, it changes into a whole lot of fun for all of your loved ones. Here is a complete guide that helps you to get begin started in no time.

Guess Who

Guess Who-Zoom games

Guess Who is another interesting fun game that will help you and your loved ones get together while other new things about each other in the whole process. The game begins with each of you submitting at least 20 truths about yourself to the pool. The chosen judge then begins after selecting a truth from the pool and random while we all get a single chance to guess who the one is in question.

Every correct answer earns the player one point until the game ends and you run of truths for each other. In case if everyone can’t guess the person at their first turn, they move to go at it again but this time choosing correctly would only earn you half the original points. You can also juice things up after adding false truths in the bowl.

If anyone can point out a false truth, tehn the points get double. As it’ll keep the game more interesting and make it simpler for those lagging behind to catch up.

The Pass On game

The Pass On game is very interesting and simple that needs you to be natural and funny at the same time. The game begins after drawing a number at random. As it depends on the proficiency of your team members you can call for a 2 digit, 3 digits, or also a 4 digit number. When you decide the number, the host begins after reciting a random number.

The other person then multiplies, adds, divides, or subtracts that number just to get closer to the real number that you decided upon. It goes on until you reach the last person in your group and the goal is to reach your exact number using all the calculations.

You can also make it complex for the last person. Remember that the last member of your group will be the first one in the other round and will most likely decide on the other random number so it might a good idea to help them along the way.

Spill it or Solve it

Spill it or Solve it

This one is very simple or easy. You can use lots of math riddles to create an amazing game for yourself. Just initiate by creating a pool of easy questions for your team members that they will be inclined to ignore answering in a public setting. However, if you can’t come up with a good pool of questions, you can then search online.

Once you setup a pool you all initiate by pulling out random questions to answer. If any of you does not want to divulge and answer any uncomfortable question then you have a chocie to solve the math riddle. You can time the math riddle just to add an additional layer of competition to the game.

101 and Out

Important Things: Pair of dies, Zoom free account, Players

How to play: It is a very simple game. You just split the members into two teams and ask a member of every team to throw the die. When it lands on a number, the group gets the option of either taking it’s number or multiplying it by 10. The goal is to reach the number “101” without exceeding it. The first team that reaches the number wins.

For instance, when a member of Team A rolls 4, they take the number 4 or 40 — after multiplied by 10. When Team A rolls or writes down the number, then it’s time for Team B to roll their die.

Zoom games – Sudoku

Sudoku is another amazing math game that needs you to have good mental calculation skills along with hand-eye coordination. Although the game is designed to be a single-player game, you can then change it into a competitive one that can be played with your loved ones. You all have print the same sudoku sheet and initiate filling numbers in one by one via pencil or markers.

For every exact placement, you get a +1 and for all number that wants to be replaced when the game goes on you get -1. At last, the score will be calculated and the person who has some correct placements wons the game.

The host can keep a common sheet with a record of all the new placements so that it is simpler for all of us to view the progress. On the other hand, you have a chocie for online sudoku puzzles that can be screen shared using your Zoom meeting members.


Blackjack-Zoom games

This game needs a burly amount of calculation and luck. Blackjack is very easy or simple to play a game that needs playing cards. The host can initiate after being the dealer however the remaining players can place bets using cash or gift cards, whatever you are comfortable with.

Never Have I Ever

It is one of the most popular drinking games ever made. You initiate after sitting in a circle, or in this case deciding the drinking order among your loved ones on Zoom. You then initiate the order after mentioning something that can’t be done in your life.

Similar To Drinking Game

Another drinking game is the most popular for all ages is the ‘Most Likely To’ question game. This game needs you to use online questions to get begin.

You can then ask the question to your friends and the remaining group can then take a vote on who is most likely to do/be the thing asking in question and why. The person with the higher number of votes at the end take a big sip from their drink.

Truth Or Dare

Truth Or Dare

It is another fun trivial game that you can just enjoy from the comfort of your home. You just select from the list of true and false questions below. Also, you can create a Zoom meeting and share the screen with your loved ones. It’s quite easy or simple. Every time someone tries not to answer a question (truth) or perform a dare.

Then you can use the whiteboard of Zoom annotations to keep a record of everybody’s score and the player with the higher correct answers wins the game.

Zoom Games – Netflix Party

Netflix lets you create a private room for you and your team members where you can watch tv, movies, or shows together. This enables you to catch up on shows or try out the latest and upcoming movies. How did you change a Netflix Party into a drinking game?

Just put on a classic show or cringy movie and have everyone drink when a classic TV trope appears or something bad happens.


Battleship-Zoom games

It is a very simple battleship sinking game that works on a grid of 8×8. You call out various places on the grid in an attempt to sink any ship out of 4 ships that range from sizes 1 to 4 blocks. It is the best anticipation game that slowly builds up tension as you initiate ruling out all the blank blocks.

Instead of using imaginary toys or ships. You can also use shot glasses. When every ship was taken down, you have to take a shot! Just initiate a zoom meeting, then draw a large 8×8 grid, put your shot glasses, and fire away!

Ludo King

Ludo King is a simple and fun variant of the classic board game that is available for all android devices. As it provides you the ability to play a game with your loved ones.  But you don’t need a high powered computer or a fast network. In fact, only one of you wants to access the game from a system but the others can just join in on their android devices via Zoom meeting invite.

If you are the host, you want to install an Android emulator to execute the game and share the screen using your Zoom meeting. We suggest you install Bluestacks as it is simple to use and does not need any tweaking to work right out of the box.


I hope these Zoom games keep you busy and you really enjoy it after playing all these games. If you have any queries and questions, feel free to share it with us below!

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