Zoom is one of the leading platforms on video communications, web conferences, webinars, meetings and many more. During the hard Covid-19 times it helped a majority of people to communicate via online platform, by making it feel like there is no social distancing. Well, there are other things that you can do with this program other than chatting; playing games. In this article we will introduce you to the 6 fun zoom games.
What are the 6 Fun Games to Play on Zoom?
This is a simple zoom game like its name. You basically create 20 clever questions and ask to the other participants who is in your zoom call. The purpose of the game is to get o know each person better. Don’t be sure that you know a human being. They may surprise you with unexpected questions…
Bingo is a classic game which has been around for decades. You can either use free Bingo websites with an online participant, which gives you a traditional gamer vibe. Or, you can play a custom Bingo game that was inside a movie or TV series. In order to increase motivation, you could pick a small prize such as pizza or a cinema ticket. Bingo is one of the most suitable zoom games for kids as well.
Most Likely To
Create different scenarios like; “Most likely to parachute”, or “Most likely to adopt a pet” and decide on which participant is more likely to do that thing.
Open a random Trivia generator and have fun with your friends. Each participant should send the answers on the same time from Zoom.
Name, Place, Animal, Thing
This game has always been around since long time and place or distance actually doesn’t matter for this game. It has always been easy to adjust, you just need a pen and a pencil and some creativity of course.
It is a word game where participants need to describe the thing on the paper to the one who is holding the screen on their forehead. Social distancing is not a problem if a person wants to have some fun.
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