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The 40 greatest games to play on Zoom

Published on 31st December 2020
Virtual eventsThe 40 greatest games to play on Zoom

Are you ready to play a game? Don’t let distance grow between you and your friends or colleagues. At least not when there’s a simple solution to the new normal - Zoom games! Get online and check out any or all of the fun games you can play on Zoom. Whether it’s happy hour with friends, games with co-workers for team building or simply a student activity, this online platform can help bring people together. Scroll through our list of options and start planning the many enjoyable things you can do on your next call.

Enjoy the awesome potential of games on Zoom

What are my options for games on Zoom?

Just because you’re playing a game online, doesn’t mean that you can’t play the party classics. Wait, did anyone say charades? Check out our list of games you can play on Zoom. Just remember, although a platform like Zoom is the obvious first choice, it’s not the only option for hosting an online event for friends or co-workers.

3 Quick and Easy Online Game Platforms that Don’t Require Zoom

Tagvenue Virtual Social

If you are looking to plan an online game event via Zoom, but aren’t looking forward to all the scheduling and hosting duties, there’s already a solution: Tagvenue Virtual Social. This is a great new platform that lets you sit back and enjoy your event, custom sets designed by you, pictionary, trivia, buzz-in and sing alongs are all on offer! The platform takes care of everything by providing their own pro host, video conferencing, and a great set of options for games sure to bring the group together. This makes it a great alternative to Zoom team building.

  • Group Size: 6 to 30
  • Price: Prices start at £299 for up to 15 people. Session includes games and a host.
  • Session Length: 60 minutes
  • Equipment: Just a computer, headphones and a link.

WildGoose

The world is at your fingertips with the WildGoose platform! Join a fast paced scavenger hunt across the world and discover so many exciting things along the way. Or indulge in a murder mystery, an escape room, or other online games for virtual teams. Though depending on the game and event you’re planning, you will need to book in advance to receive your quote.

  • Group Size: 50
  • Price: £12 per person, £250 per facilitator for every 50 people
  • Session Length: 60 minutes
  • Equipment: Just a computer, headphones and a link

What types of games can I play on Zoom?

Board Games

Board games are always a great game to play on Zoom since they take care of almost all the work for you. Depending on the game, there are a number of options for how to take care of the proverbial board. If it’s a simpler board game like Pictionary, you can easily play it with an online idea generator and Zoom’s whiteboard function. If you’re feeling like something more complicated such as Monopoly, then there are also numerous options. You can play with the classic game board across Zoom and coordinate your moves. In some cases, you can also download the app and play together as a group.

Clue Everyone’s favourite classic detective game! Investigate online to find out who did it, with what, and where?

  • Group Size: 6
  • Price: Prices start at £18 for the classic game on Amazon and £1.99 for the app on Google Play or the App Store.
  • Session Length: 60 minutes
  • Equipment: Just a computer, headphones, and the board game.

characters from Clue

Battleship This naval game is legendary, and can be played online with ease. You can coordinate your moves with the real life game over Zoom, or download an app, go head to head, and track your wins/losses. With two per match, why not consider a tournament with work colleagues?

  • Group Size: 2
  • Price: Prices start at £10 for the game on Amazon, or £3.99 on the App Store or £4.99 on Google Play.
  • Session Length: 30 to 60 minutes
  • Equipment: Just a computer, headphones, and some version of the game.

title screen of battleship game

Scrabble Duplicate Based on the ultimate word game, 6 can play at once with white boards. You can also download the online version of the classic word game.

  • Group Size: 2 to 6
  • Price: Prices start at £9.49 for the board game on Amazon, and for free download of a similar game on the App Store and Google Play which allows you to play with friends.
  • Session Length: 30 to 60 minutes
  • Equipment: Just a computer, headphones, and the game

a scrabble game in play

Apps

Another great option for playing games on Zoom or Discord is to download apps. All you need is a mobile device to play on and a second device such as a computer from which to join the call. There are plenty of great options for party apps both free and paid, and we’ve included our favorites in our list.

AmongUs Play this hit game as a brave astronaut trying to uncover a murderer aboard your ship!

  • Group Size: 4 to 10
  • Price: 0 on Google Play and the App Store
  • Session Length: Games last 5 to 10 minutes, but every session is different.
  • Equipment: Just a computer, headphones, a link, and the game

amongus astronauts floating in space

Card Party! A classic favourite of kids and adults, this fun card game is now available in an online multiplayer version. Have fun making your friends skip their turns no matter how far away they are!

  • Group Size: 4 to 10
  • Price: 0 to play on Google Play and the App Store but in-app purchases start at £1
  • Session Length: Games last 20 to 30 minutes, but every session is different.
  • Equipment: Just a computer, headphones, and the game

Out of the Loop! Play with friends to answer silly questions about the secret word in order to figure out who in the group doesn’t have a clue about what everyone else is talking about.

  • Group Size: 3 to 9
  • Price: 0 to play on Google Play but in-app purchases start at £1
  • Session Length: Games last 10 to 15 minutes, but every session is different.
  • Equipment: Just a computer, headphones, and the game

cards from out of the loop

Role Playing Games

A more traditional option would be to really take advantage of Zoom’s main function to come together and play a role playing game. This means that you’re limited only by your imagination. You can play these games however you like, semi-structured with apps or books, or you can always come up with your own adventure.

Dungeons and Dragons Play role playing classics like Dungeons and Dragons or Dungeon Mayhem with your friends on Zoom! You can simply play the normal game with the help of information on Dungeons and Dragons websites or use online tools such as virtual dice rollers or even virtual tabletops that simulate the real life experience.

  • Group Size: 2 to 10
  • Price: Depends on the platform you use.
  • Session Length: Games last more than one hour, but every session is different.
  • Equipment: Just a computer, headphones, and the game

cards from a dungeon and dragons game

Ribbon Drive A game about a road trip with many dramatic and cathartic moments reached through playlists, this is definitely a strange journey.

  • Group Size: 2 to 10
  • Price: Game module is £11 online.
  • Session Length: Games last more than one hour, but every session is different.
  • Equipment: Just a computer, headphones, the game, and each player must bring a themed playlist.

image of country road from the cover of ribbon drive

The Extraordinary Adventures of Baron Munchausen This is not quite a role playing game but it definitely involves players sitting around telling fantastic (but completely true!) stories. Players may attempt to interfere with another player's story by betting on their version of the story. Weirdness ensues.

  • Group Size: 3 to 20
  • Price: Game module is £50 online.
  • Session Length: Games last more than one hour, but every session is different.
  • Equipment: Just a computer, headphones, and the game.

illustration of baron munchausen from the game

Word Games

Word games have a long history that, though it sometimes feels otherwise, does predate Zoom. These are often based on a simple premise, but sometimes simple is what works best. Whether you’re sharing your likes and dislikes, learning new details about yourself and your team, word games are easy to set up (all you need is a working microphone) and lead to a lot of great times.

Puzzle Panic Be the first to solve the puzzle and shout it out on Zoom! This fun filled brain teaser game is great for multi-player sessions and very adaptable to an online environment.

  • Group Size: 2 to 10
  • Price: Game is £12 online at selected retailers.
  • Session Length: Games last around 40 minutes.
  • Equipment: Just a computer, headphones, and a good way for sharing the brain teasers online.

game box and bell

Word Poker How about a game of poker except all the cards have words? Everyone here may need to buy a version of the board game, but once you are all supplied, let the fun begin!

  • Group Size: 2 to 8
  • Price: Game is £29.99 online from Amazon.
  • Session Length: Games last around 40 minutes.
  • Equipment: Just a computer, headphones, and a version of the game is recommended.

people playing word poker

Boggle This old game can be brand new again in Zoom calls. Simply use one Boggle cube and share your screen so all the players can see it and start making words. This can be great fun for families! You can also download the app and share your screen so everyone can play.

  • Group Size: 2 to 8
  • Price: Game is £7 online from Amazon or you can download a version for free from Google Play or the App Store.
  • Session Length: Games last around 25 minutes.
  • Equipment: Just a computer with a camera, headphones, and a version of the game is recommended.

boggle game elements for play

Game Group size Price Session length
Clue 6 starts at £18 60 minutes
Battleship 2 starts at £10 30 to 60 minutes
Scrabble Duplicate 2 to 6 starts at £9.49 30 to 60 minutes
AmongUs 4 to 10 free 5 to 10 minutes per game
Card Party! 4 to 10 free 20 to 30 minutes per game
Out of the Loop! 3 to 9 free 10 to 15 minutes per game
Dungeons and Dragons 2 to 10 variable more than one hour
Ribbon Drive 2 to 10 £11 more than one hour
The Extraordinary Adventures of Baron Munchausen 3 to 20 £50 more than one hour
Puzzle Panic 2 to 10 £12 around 40 minutes
Word Poker 2 to 8 £29.99 around 40 minutes
Boggle 2 to 8 £7 around 25 minutes

What are some great online games for special occasions?

Plan Zoom games for an amazing happy hour

Just because you’re working as part of a remote team doesn’t mean you can’t have your very own Zoom happy hour. You get to choose your own drinks, don’t have to worry about getting to and from the venue, and you can enjoy your own choice of snacks without arguing over the bill!

Tagvenue Virtual Social

Though not strictly on Zoom, Tagvenue Virtual Social is still a great option for hosting your own virtual Happy Hour. Providing a pro host to take care of the evening’s festivities, you can sit back, sip your drink, and unwind with your colleagues. Tagvenue Virtual Social offers one hour booking slots with a great set of games to play, and is great for groups of 2 - 30+ people. Though prices vary depending on * Group Size, they start at £299.

  • Group Size: 6 to 30 people
  • Price: Prices start at £299 for up to 15 people. Session includes games and a host.
  • Session Length: 60 minutes
  • Equipment: Just a computer, headphones and a link

playing pictionary on tagvenue virtual

Never Have I Ever

A classic drinking game in its own right, Never Have I Ever can easily be transferred to your very own Zoom Happy Hour. The rules are simple, people take turns saying “Never Have I Ever” and something they have never done before. If other players have done it, they take a drink. If no one in the group drinks, then the person asking the question must drink. You can also play a non-drinking version of the game where you hold your hands up and if you have done what the question asks, then you simply put your hand down. This makes for a great evening full of laughs as everyone learns more about each other. You can play without any props, or download an app for inspiration.

  • Group Size: up to 100 on a Zoom call
  • Price: 0, a free version can be downloaded from Google Play or the App Store
  • Session Length: 60 minutes
  • Equipment: Just a computer, headphones, a link, and a life well-lived!

cards from never have i ever app

HeadsUp

HeadsUp is another great game for virtual Happy Hours since it is very easy to set up and even easier to play. All participants need to do is download the free app on their phone from the Google Play Store or the Apple Store, select their preferred category, and start playing. The game requires you to hold the phone to your forehead where a term is displayed, other players need to describe it (without naming it), as you try to figure it out. You only have a limited amount of time, so make sure you get as many as possible!

  • Group Size: up to 100 on a Zoom call
  • Price: 0, A free version of the app is available for download on Google Play and the App Store
  • Session Length: 60 minutes
  • Equipment: HeadsUp app for your phone from Google Play or Apple Store. Then just a computer, headphones, and a life well-lived!

playing heads up and making guesses

Psych!

Coming from the same makers as HeadsUp, Psych! is another great option for games to play on Zoom for those who enjoy trivia. The game is available as an app for Android and iOS from their respective app stores and is free to play. Once downloaded, players submit fun answers to various trivia questions and they must then try to find out which is correct. Just like HeadsUp, the game is sure to bring out the best in people as they do their best to keep the questions coming.

  • Group Size: up to 100 on a Zoom call
  • Price: 0, some in-app purchases
  • Session Length: 60 minutes
  • Equipment: Psych! app for your phone from Google Play or the App Store. Then just a computer, headphones, and your creative spark!

playing psych on a mobile app

Laughing Game

As the Happy Hour goes on, it only becomes harder and harder not to laugh as you’re having fun. So, why not challenge yourself and the group not to laugh? If, as you talk or play a game, they do, then they take a drink. As the night goes on, it will only get more difficult to keep that straight face, making it a great, lighthearted game to play together.

  • Group Size: up to 100 on a Zoom call
  • Price: 0
  • Session Length: 60 minutes
  • Equipment: Pour yourself a beverage and hop on Zoom with your computer and headphones!

kids at computer laughing

Charades

For those who love to act, charades is a great option for a Zoom Happy Hour. The rules are simple and the set up is also minimal. All you need to do is find your favorite ideas generator, find a term, and act it out. Then, the rest of the Zoom group needs to guess what the term was. You can turn this into a fun drinking game as well where if the answer is correct then you have to drink, but if the group is wrong then they must take a drink.

  • Group Size: up to 100 on a Zoom call
  • Price: 0, You can download any of several apps for Charades on Google Play and the App Store
  • Session Length: 60 minutes
  • Equipment: Find some Charade topics online, and be ready to pass them out to your group, then hop on Zoom with your computer and headphones!

choose a category from charades app

Hometown tour quiz

Lastly, why not take a trip together with your Happy Hour on Zoom? This is a fun game that lets you share highlights of the past over a fun drink. All you need to do is open up Google Street View, share your screen and take your group through your hometown. To add an extra bit of fun, you can also put together a small trivia quiz to make sure everyone pays attention.

  • Group Size: up to 100 on a Zoom call
  • Price: 0
  • Session Length: 60 minutes
  • Equipment: Get on Zoom with your computer and headphones, and be prepared to spill the beans about your younger years!

image of hand holding a google map

What games are good to play on Zoom with coworkers?

Two Truths and a Lie

Two Truths and a Lie is a great game to play on Zoom with coworkers since it also supports team building. The game itself is easy, everyone takes turns providing two truths about themselves and a lie. The rest of the team has to guess which of the 3 statements is the lie.

  • Group Size: up to 100 on a Zoom call
  • Price: 0, App versions of the game are available on the App Store and Google Play
  • Session Length: 60 minutes
  • Equipment: Get on Zoom with your computer and headphones, and be prepared to lay it on the line!

2 truths app on mobile phone

Bet on the Crowd

Bet on the Crowd is another great Zoom team building game that lets people see how much they really know about those they work with. Using the poll feature of Zoom, you ask everyone a question. After the group answers (but before revealing the overall preference), the team must then guess what the majority voted on. Those who are right win, and you can also keep a tally as the game goes on to see who can read the room best. You can find many great free resources for poll questions online.

  • Group Size: up to 100 on a Zoom call
  • Price: 0
  • Session Length: 60 minutes
  • Equipment: Just hop on Zoom with your computer and headphones, and find out how well you know your co-workers!

game pieces on board

Something in Common

Something in Common is another great game to help a team realize how much they actually share. Using breakout groups in Zoom, you can split into sub-teams and then see how much you have in common (besides the obvious). While a good starting point would be a list of 5 things, you can go as high as you like. Once you have your list, you just rejoin the main group and share each others’ findings.

  • Group Size: up to 100 on a Zoom call
  • Price: 0
  • Session Length: 60 minutes
  • Equipment: Get on Zoom with your computer and headphones, and be ready to encourage your co-workers to speak up!

office team in collaboration

Waffles vs Pancakes

Waffles vs Pancakes is another easy team building game similar to Bet on the Crowd but with a twist. Players are given ‘either/or’ questions, and once an agreement is made the unchosen item ‘disappears forever’. Players all take turns offering up new ideas, and this is a great way to get a deeper insight into people’s preferences and thinking.

  • Group Size: up to 100 on a Zoom call
  • Price: 0
  • Session Length: 60 minutes
  • Equipment: Get on Zoom with your computer and headphones, and do some research before the event to prep a list of interesting topics to pose to your team!

happy man on computer

The Game of Things

Things is another great game to test how much you really know your team while keeping the rules easy to follow. Though this is available as a card game that you can purchase, you can also come up with your own things to name. First, a player names a topic statement starting with “things” and other players then have to submit a response. The next player to the left of the topic provider then has to guess whose response matches to what player. The game then passes around the group.

  • Group Size: up to 100 on a Zoom call
  • Price: 0 or purchase The Game of Things on Amazon for £30.
  • Session Length: 60 minutes
  • Equipment: Get on Zoom with your computer and headphones, and be prepared to match some unexpected facts!

screen from online app of game of things

Likes and Dislikes

The Likes and Dislikes game offers great ice breaker potential with its opportunity to guess at other people’s preferences. All you need are a piece of paper and a writing instrument. You then write 5 items you like and 5 you dislike and submit them to the referee of the round. The referee then reads out all the answers and players have to guess whose list matches whom. This is another great way to learn more about your team as well as what GIFs to steer clear of in the next office GIF party.

  • Group Size: up to 100 on a Zoom call
  • Price: 0
  • Session Length: 60 minutes
  • Equipment: Get on Zoom with your computer and headphones, and find out how well you know your co-workers!

surprised woman at computer

Zoom games for large groups

Zoom offers a great level of connectivity wherever you are, so why not take advantage of the number of people you can play a game with? Afterall, a free account allows you to invite up to 100 people.

Murder Mysteries

First up is a game of murder mysteries. This is a role playing game in which you and your group do your best to solve a mystery. The host can get as creative as they like in crafting the story as they guide the rest of the players through a mysterious crime. If you don’t feel up to the task of crafting an intriguing mystery, there’s nothing to worry about since you can purchase murder mystery kits or download an app for this classic parlor game.

  • Group Size: depends on the app, but up to 100 on a Zoom call
  • Price: 0 or download a group app from Google Play or the App Store
  • Session Length: 60 minutes
  • Equipment: Get on Zoom with your computer and headphones. Next choose any props you might need, and then start planning a mystery!

mobile app screen of murder mystery game

Scattergories

This is a great Zoom game for large groups since all everyone needs is a piece of paper and a penchant for words. Though you can always go for the paid for card game, you can easily put together a name for free. All you need to do is find an idea generator online, choose a topic and a letter and watch as everyone tries to write down as many related terms (starting with your chosen letter) as possible. This is a great game to stretch the group’s thinking in a fun way.

  • Group Size: up to 100 on a Zoom call
  • Price: 0 or £18 for the game on Amazon or you can download the app from Google Play or the App Store.
  • Session Length: 60 minutes
  • Equipment: Get on Zoom with your computer and headphones, and put on your thinking cap!

Cards Against Humanity

Another classic party game for large groups is Cards Against Humanity. The game itself is simple, one person who acts as the round’s judge chooses a topic card with an unfinished statement. Other players then must play their own cards to complete the phrase and try to come up with the funniest answer that will appeal to the judge. Though you can purchase the card game yourself, you can also use your creativity to come up with your own categories and cards for even more fun.

  • Group Size: up to 100 on a Zoom call
  • Price: 0 or starts at £25 for the game on Amazon.
  • Session Length: 60 minutes
  • Equipment: Get on Zoom with your computer and headphones, and put on your thinking cap!

cards from cards against humanity

Guess Who

Perfect for the pop culture know it alls in a large group, this game is very easy to start and play. First, players decide on a category of person (TV, movies, nationalities, etc.) and then each participant writes down their own person. The group then takes turns trying to guess who each person chose through a series of ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ questions. This is a tough game, and not for the faint of heart, but it’s a great way to make sure everyone can play along and have a good time.

  • Group Size: up to 100 on a Zoom call
  • Price: 0, You can also download an app from the Google Play.
  • Session Length: 60 minutes
  • Equipment: Get on Zoom with your computer and headphones, and put on your thinking cap!

screen from guess who mobile app

Trivia

Even if you can’t attend your local pub quiz, that doesn’t mean you can’t host your own Zoom trivia night with your chosen group. You have several options in which you can approach this game: you can simply use a professional hosting platform, use online trivia questions, or you can even come up with questions yourself. Depending on your group, you can also play around with structure (lightning round anyone?), topics, and even throw in images or music for good measure. The sky’s the limit when it comes to trivia quizzes.

  • Group Size: up to 100 on a Zoom call
  • Price: 0
  • Session Length: 60 minutes
  • Equipment: Find a good source of questions, then get on Zoom with your computer and headphones!

results screen from quizup mobile app

Bingo

A final great game to play with large groups on Zoom is Bingo. While there are plenty of online bingo games available, you can also create your own to tailor it to your group. For example, you can use a particular category or group activity such as watching a movie or having a conversation on a topic to create your very own custom set of bingo cards. Then, as the game progresses, you simply mark your applicable fields as the event or phrase occurs. So, you can reconnect and have fun all on a single Zoom call. First to have a full row wins!

  • Group Size: up to 100 on a Zoom call
  • Price: 0, You can download a Bingo caller app from Google Play or the App Store.
  • Session Length: 60 minutes
  • Equipment: Get on Zoom with your computer and headphones. And remember, diagonal does count!

bingo balls on table

Which Zoom games for good for birthdays, the holidays or kids events?

If you can host a large Zoom call, then why not consider including far flung friends and family in a true Zoom party? Whether it’s a student, Christmas, birthday, or kids party, Zoom is perfect for playing a game together to keep the good times rolling.

Scavenger Hunt

Perfect for all ages, a game of Scavenger Hunt is easy and fun for the whole party. The game starts with a player who lists an item or category of item and the rest of the group must then try and find it in their own home. Then, you see how long it takes everyone to find the object. This is a great option since you can get as creative as you like while also putting your feet up as everyone rushes trying to find something fitting your description. You can create a list yourself with simple items that are likely to be found in everyone’s home.

  • Group Size: up to 100 on a Zoom call
  • Price: 0
  • Session Length: 60 minutes
  • Equipment: Just get on Zoom with your computer and headphones!

image of scavenger hunt label on map

Spot the Difference

A great option for any age again, Spot the Difference is a great way to use Zoom’s various features to the fullest. One player is chosen to go first, and everyone studies their background closely. Then, the player turns off their camera, changes something in the scene, and turns it back on. The rest of the group then has to guess what changed. This makes it a great party game since everyone can participate (and you can make sure that they really are paying attention to your new throw pillow).

  • Group Size: up to 100 on a Zoom call
  • Price: 0
  • Session Length: 60 minutes
  • Equipment: Get on Zoom with your computer, headphones, and an easy to see background!

photo of two kitchens

Musical Chairs

Though you may not be able to dance around a circle of chairs on Zoom, you can still adapt Musical Chairs to the new online medium. This game can be played by people of any age, all you need is a speaker. A person then plays music for the group and the other players must then dance. Then, when the player stops the music, the others must freeze. The last one busting a move loses the round, but they do get to keep practicing that great dance.

  • Group Size: up to 100 on a Zoom call
  • Price: 0
  • Session Length: 60 minutes
  • Equipment: Get on Zoom with your computer, then just make sure everyone’s speakers or headphones are good quality!

cartoon baby playing musical chairs

Pictionary

Pictionary is a great game that really lets you stretch your art skills at a party. While you can buy the board game, you can also simply make up your own game with an online idea generator. First, you split into two (or more depending on the number of people) teams and one person from each team receives a generated idea. They must then draw the item on either a piece of paper or on the Zoom whiteboard as their team members guess at what the term is.

  • Group Size: up to 100 on a Zoom call
  • Price: 0 or £20 for the game on Amazon.
  • Session Length: 60 minutes
  • Equipment: Get on Zoom with your computer and headphones.

person drawing pictionary clue

Name, Place, Animal, Thing

You can also practice your knowledge of nouns with another party classic: Name, Place, Animal, Thing. This game is great for all ages and all sizes of groups since all you have to do is choose a letter and watch as others try to write down a name, place, animal, and a thing all starting with that letter. The first who can come up with all 4 wins the round!

  • Group Size: up to 100 on a Zoom call
  • Price: 0
  • Session Length: 60 minutes
  • Equipment: Get on Zoom with your computer, headphones and get ready to guess!

mobile game screen of name place animal thing

Ghost Stories

Great for anytime of year, but especially Halloween and Christmas (looking at you Charles Dickens), you can always play a game of Ghost Stories to liven things up. Once everyone’s settled into the call for the evening, each person takes turns telling ghost stories to see who can come up with the scariest tale of the uncanny. If it was good enough for Mary Shelley and Lord Byron, then who knows what great Gothic thriller will result?

  • Group Size: up to 100 on a Zoom call
  • Price: 0
  • Session Length: 60 minutes
  • Equipment: Get on Zoom with your computer and headphones. Consider some special effects to set the scene.

ghost in field with lantern

What do you need to know when planning games on Zoom?

If you have settled on planning a game night there’s alway the question of why Zoom and what would be the best way to go about it?

First off, there’s no need to worry about any pay wall since Zoom is (mostly) free to use across a wide range of platforms and devices. With the free version of Zoom, you can host up to 100 other call participants for a maximum of 40 minutes. To host groups for longer, then additional licences will be required. Besides this, you can easily still host your game night and, if need be, you can always create a new room and call back once the first 40 minutes are up.

The other great advantage of a Zoom online game evening is that you can easily schedule it. Once a time and date are agreed on, all you have to do is send the meeting room link, and it will show up in your participants’ Zoom calendars, which can then be added to their own respective organizers. This all makes for easy peasy planning, which means less stress.

FAQs

Is Zoom free?

Zoom is largely free and will serve most online game night needs without you needing to pay. The free version of Zoom allows you to host up to 100 people for meetings of no more than 40 minutes. To remove the limit on meeting times, you’ll have to purchase an additional licence.

Will Zoom work on my device?

Zoom is designed to work on almost any device from a major manufacturer. The software is available in both app form for mobile devices and it can also be downloaded for use on computers.

How do you schedule a meeting?

Scheduling a meeting is free and easy with Zoom. All you need to do is click the ‘Schedule meeting’ button, share the meeting ID and password and make sure that all the participants have access to this. You can also allow it to add the meeting to your calendars so you can keep track of the time.

Get ready to take your fun online!

Thanks to the many opportunities Zoom presents, distance doesn’t have to be an issue when planning a game night or Happy Hour with friends or colleagues. Whether it’s for office team building, a party, or simply a game night, these Zoom games are sure to bring a smile to everyone’s lips. Of course, if you’re still worried about managing any of these games, you can always use other platforms like Tagvenue Virtual Social where the host can manage the event, making sure that you can enjoy it too.

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