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Experts Tell Us the Best Zoom Games

This article showcases our top picks for the Best Zoom Games. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes

This product was recommended by Patrick Sinclair from All Home Robotics

It’s called Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes. It’s a puzzle-based party game where the objective is to defuse a bomb. One player installs the game on his/her device and is able to interact with the bomb, which is a box covered in various puzzles, all of which need to be solved to disarm the bomb. How do you solve the puzzles? That’s where your friends or family come in. Everyone other than the bomb disarmer pulls up the game’s official Bomb Defusal Manual, which contains instructions to solve every single combination of puzzles that the bomb can have. It is up to them to work as a team, ask the disarmer what he/she sees in front of them, and use the information received by them to look up the manual and tell them how to disarm the bomb before the timer runs out and the bomb goes off. It just so happens that Zoom is the perfect application for everyone to communicate right from the safety of their homes. It is a fun, chaotic, and intellectually challenging game that will test your ability to relay information and it is sure to lead to some tense moments for the entire party. I recommend it wholeheartedly.

75+Team Building Activities for Remote Teams

This product was recommended by Christopher Littlefield from Beyond Thank you

This no-fluff amazon best seller provides leaders with a roadmap to curate an engaging remote team culture without investing more than 15 minutes of planning each week. The book includes multiple games, team assessments, reflection activities, stay conversation questions, a unique end-of-the-year team celebration idea, and more. You will also find simple ways to virtually learn, stay healthy, and celebrate together as a team. The only thing you need to do is take action


This product was recommended by Alina Clark from CocoDoc

Boggle is an online word-search game that’s as much intriguing as it’s challenging.. We’ve been using Boggle as part of our remote working fun schedule and it’s been absolutely electricity. The rules behind Boogle are quite simple; one has to find as many words as they can on the grid. For bored-out adults who’ve been working from home for a while, this game provided the perfect opportunity to engage with fellow employees on a social basis, and have some fun while at it. To think of it, the boggle board is one of the most competitive sections in our remote working game-board.

The Escape Game Remote Adventures

This product was recommended by Dylan Ward from The Escape Game

The Escape Game launched a way to play their escape rooms live via Zoom with an in-person guide helping you escape. They have 5 different games you can choose from including their Rugrats-themed room made in partnership with Nickelodeon. Games are for up to 8 players but they can book larger groups if you contact them directly.

Classic Trivia Family PowerPoint Party Game

This product was recommended by Kaitlyn Rayment from Wepc

Trivia Games are almost always a hit at zoom parties. This classic Trivia game is the best since its 100% customizable and has a automatic score board.. The graphics and sound is also amazing!

Virtual Escape Room: New Orleans

This product was recommended by Kaitlyn Rayment from Wepc

You and your friends have had a great stay at New Orleans! Your vacation is now about over and you start packing your things when the hotel owner walks into your room with a proposition…The hotel owner says she is an aspiring escape room designer and has made an escape room for guests to try and she says if your team is able to escape within 60 minutes your entire stay will be free! After this, you agree. So…can you escape within 60 minutes or will you have to pay–gulp–full price?

Picture Memory Game

This product was recommended by Kaitlyn Rayment from Wepc

Pandemic brought back memory games in a grand way. So here, when a picture appears, players have 15 seconds to memorize as many details as possible about the image before it disappears. Players will then be asked 3 questions about that image. Answering them will win the players points. This is the best game especially if you have a young audience.

Yoga Games for Kids Bundle

This product was recommended by Maia Horsager from Kumarah Yoga

This PDF version of kids yoga games is perfect for getting kids active and moving during a long Zoom session. Learn new yoga poses, play a board game, make yoga dice, and involve your students in the game creation process! Share your screen and play on camera, or let the kiddos make their own version at home to continue the fun after class.

Trophies Card Game

This product was recommended by Katherine Brown from Spyic

This simple word game is easy to learn and fun to play. The owner of the game picks up a card, reads the topic, and shows the team a random letter. Opponent teams select two members to try and be the first to say a word that matches the topic and letter. The judge awards a trophy to each correct answer and the team with the most trophies goes home as the ultimate winners

TableTopics Original

This product was recommended by Katherine Brown from Spyic

Table Topics is a card game with 135 questions where the owner of the game reads off prompt questions ranging from simple queries to more thought-provoking questions. It is a good game for excellent human interaction.

HOT SEAT: The Party Game

This product was recommended by Daniela Sawyer from FindPeopleFast

Discover who your friends are by hearing the stories. Find out who knows you best by answering and being in the hot seat. You can play again and again. Answers keep changing, relying on the friends you’re playing with. The kit encompasses 200 Questions and requires 3 – 10+ Players.

5 Second Rule Game

This product was recommended by Daniela Sawyer from FindPeopleFast

It’s all in decent fun with a fast-paced game where you can spit it out. Encompasses 576 questions on 288 cards, 5-second twirled marble timer, rules.

Hygge Games …I should have known that! Trivia Game

This product was recommended by Daniela Sawyer from FindPeopleFast

It is a delightful trivia game that comprises over 400 questions about things that you should know.

Trivial Pursuit Game: Classic Edition

This product was recommended by Lynda Fairly from Numlooker

Classic trivial pursuit game. The questions have been slightly updated and they are still very hard, which is good and challenging! It took 6 and a half hours on Christmas Eve for all players to be on full cheese.. and we still didn’t get to finish this game! It’s a good board game for those who like challenging questions, but if you have children, I would say to buy a family edition or other easy option board game as it could take a very very long time to finish!On the plus side, the game pieces and wedges have been improved. The wedges have a ridge on top to prevent them from slipping down into the game piece, making it difficult to remove them, and they can’t be put in upside down, making it nearly impossible to remove them.

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Written by Zak Parker

Journalist, writer, musician, professional procrastinator. I'll add more here later.

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