Top 6 Awe­some Board Games Online You Must Try With Friends and Family

Gaurav Bidasaria

Online board games can be fun, especially in critical times, when you are forced to stay indoors. Even if that's not the case for you, board games can bring together friends and family from different parts of the world. We are here to help narrow down the choices for you.

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There are too many board games that you can play online. I've spent several weekends playing some and finally decided to curate a list of some of the most iconic ones.

Let's begin.

1. Ludo Legend

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You are familiar with the gameplay. There can be no more than four players at a time. If you are alone, there is an option to play with the computer instead. However, if you are two friends or siblings, you may choose four players and keep two sides each. That would make things far more interesting. Either way, Ludo Legend is free to play and lots of fun.

2. Chess

Chess requires a lot of thinking and is a two-person game. You can test your attributes like strategic thinking, pattern recognition, and tactics, among others. You can play either with your friends or the computer.

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If you sign up using your Google or Facebook account, you can connect with your social network friends too. Chess.com has one of the largest user bases in the world. Plus, you can also play puzzles or spend time in the Learning Center to improve your game. There lessons, videos, puzzles, articles, and more in store for you. It's fun to watch your rankings improve over time.

3. Scrabble

The Internet Scrabble Club is a popular destination for scrabble players and has been for a long time. You can play with random players from across the world here. However, there is no option to play with Facebook or Google contacts. For that, you will have to go for apps like Wordfeud, which is available on both Android and iOS. You can add players to your list of buddies.

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ISC is one of the oldest destinations online for playing this popular word-based game. That's why you will find most pro players here. The UI is dated but light and loads very quickly, even with a slower internet connection.

4. Catan

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5. Ticket to Ride

Ticket to Ride is an interesting board game full of suspense. You will be dealt with train and destination cards in the beginning. You will choose two destination cards and keep it hidden from everyone else. Your job is to now connect these two endpoints on the board before other players using matching train pieces.

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Ticket Ride quickly rose in fame across the world and has since then been recreated on different platforms like Steam, Android, and iOS. There have been multiple spin-offs with different maps, including fictional ones. No more than four players can enjoy this fast-paced online board game.

6. Lords of Waterdeep

If you like playing Dungeons & Dragons, you will fall in love with Lords of Waterdeep. The rules are simplified here so you won't get exhausted running a full campaign. You will be playing a masked lord whose job is to recruit adventurers to complete quests and loot treasures for him/her.

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It's a classic turn-based strategy game with a max of five players allowed in a single go. The City of Spendor is waiting for you to be explored. For those who are new to the world of Dungeons & Dragons, this online board game is a great starting point.

Boarding Online

There are plenty of excellent online board games that you can play with your friends and family members, or against the computer. These alone should keep you busy for hours at a time. You can share your favorite board games in the comments below. They should be available to play online, that's the only criteria. Have fun.

Next up: Internet is too slow or not working where you live? Here are 10 amazing offline Android games that you can play once you download and install them.


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A C.A. by profession and a tech enthusiast by passion, Gaurav loves tinkering with new tech and gadgets. He used to build WordPress websites but gave it all up to develop little iOS games instead. Finally, he dropped out of college in the final year. He has over 5 years of experience as a writer covering Android, iOS, and Windows platforms and writes how-to guides, comparisons, listicles, and explainers for B2B and B2C apps and services. He currently divides his time between Guiding Tech and Tech Wiser.