is one that has a bunch of excellent and popular games (popular in the gaming world, at least) like Hive, Coloretto, Saboteur, Jaipur, Seasons, and many more, and they are free to play. If you need more ideas, check out here for a nearly all-inclusive list of free online versions of board games.
Days of Wonder has some really wonderful games at though you’ll have to pay for a subscription.
Ticket to Ride is an excellent game so to start off with if you don’t often play board games. Play MMO games There are many more of these Massive Multiplayer Online games than I can mention – if you’re a gamer you’ll already know many of them (World of Warcraft, League of Legends, Call of Duty, etc.), but if not, then it can be hard to know where to start.
Minecraft, the world-building and exploring game, is an excellent choice for people who consider themselves non-gamers.
It may feel ridiculous to sit down and tell each other stories, but it’s tons of fun to weave stories together under the guise of playing a game.
Some such games, like Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective, are book-based (though expensive), and guide you through a fictional world, allowing you to direct the story based on your decisions.
(Or search for tangrams shapes.) Something that could work well is an image of two slanted rectangles intersected by an arrow shape, all inside of a circle.
The partner who finds the image online has one minute to give instructions to the other, describing exactly how to draw the shapes.
You may have heard of the game “Table Topics,” – well, it’s the same idea, but you don’t need to buy the cards to have a good time.
You can come up with your own or pick and choose from online questions or from the Conversation Topics section of my e Book. Have an origami competition This requires nothing but a piece of paper cut into a square and a webcam or phone with a camera to compare final products.