The Best Long Distance Relationship Games Online for Couples
Looking for ideas to have a good time with your lover despite the distance? This is the article you need!
Who said a “long distance relationship” should rhyme with boredom and drudgery?
To survive your LDR, you absolutely to have fun together, especially during your conversations on the phone and during your virtual dates on Skype.
The good news is that an easy way to have fun activities remotely is to play an online game!
Whether you are on the same team or against each other, games are a great way to get closer, have a good laugh and forget all your worries.
And that is the case, even if you don’t consider yourself as a “gamer”! Even if you are not used to playing video games in your spare time, this can really be worth it.
The problem is that there are so many options out there… Which one should you pick?
That is precisely what we will see in this article about the best long distance relationship games for couples!
(If you’re looking specifically for kinky games for long distance relationships, I recommend you check out this article…)
1. Mobile games, flash games, and apps
Often free or very cheap, these games come in all shapes and sizes and are quick to master (board games, card games, racing games, addictive games, sexy games, famous games copies, etc.).
Just go to the App Store or to Google Play to find the right fit on your phone, and on Google for some extra flash games.
- PUBG mobile
- Draw Something
- Tic Tac Toe
- Connect Four
2. Virtual board games
If you’re looking for more fun online games, I recommend the Board Game Arena website which is full of great board games and available in more than 30 languages!
Just get on Skype with your lover, start the game and have fun.
Otherwise, if you are looking for more classic board games that you cannot find online, nothing prevents you from playing together via webcam, if one of you already has it at home!
Monopoly, Trivial Pursuit, chess… Many games are playable on Skype despite the distance.
Just open the boxes and pretend that you’re playing next to each other!
3. PC and console video games
More expensive, but also much more ambitious, these games often emphasize their coherent universe to create a sense of incomparable immersion for players.
That’s perfect for long distance relationship couples!
You can play in competition or in cooperation, in many different types of games: first-person shooters, strategy games, puzzles, MMOs, RPGs, etc.
Deeper than flash or mobile games, you will really feel like you’re in this adventure together.
Even if you are only casual gamers, it may be worth trying out more advanced games to share stronger experiences.
I bet you will find something that suits you!
You can find popular online multiplayer games on:
- Humble Bundle
- PlayStation, Xbox Live, Nintendo stores
Here a short list of games you should consider:
- MMORPGs such as World of Warcraft
- PUBG and Fortnite
- League of Legends, DOTA 2
- Minecraft, Terraria
- Trackmania Turbo, Rocket League, Mario Kart
- FPS: Portal 2, Left for Dead 2, COD, Battlefield, Halo
- Sports games: FIFA, NBA, NFL
- GTA Online
- VR Chat
4. Conversation games
It would be misleading to say that you absolutely need a console or a smartphone to play together and have fun.
In the end, a game is only a set of rules between different players, so as long as you can communicate together, an infinite number of games are available to you!
Conversation games examples:
- 2 truths and 1 lie: in turn, one of you shares two truths and one lie about his/her life or his/her day and the other must discover the lie
- “Would you prefer X or Y? “
- Mimes: Guess what your partner is mimicking
- Ask closed questions in turn and the first one who answers “yes” or “no” looses
- 21 questions: one must guess what the other thinks in 21 questions
As an alternative, you can even change any game rules to turn them into either an alcohol game or a naughty game.
In any case, the goal here is not to win or even play.
The goal is to spend pleasant and quality moments together, outside the traditional conversations. So, have fun!