Tabletop Games are a great way to have fun with your friends (or get mad at them ̵
1; watch you, Monopoly). And with these fun resources, you can play table games together without even being in the same room.
Whether you prefer classic table games like chess, Hearts Mahjong and poker, or enjoy trying out new or unique games like DIE in the Dungeon! 7 Wonders Sushi Go! Finito and Volt these sources have something for everyone. There are plenty of titles that you can play alone, with a few friends or with other random players.
Some options even offer a sandbox with robust tools if you prefer to go crazy and your own card, dice, board (or hybrid) games. Whether you are playing games or making them, all you need is an internet connection, a comfortable chair and some tasty snacks.
If you're new to table games, don't worry! Most of these websites offer instructions and community forums where you can chat with other players about games and exchange trading tips. You don't have to worry about going bankrupt either, as most are free. Now you no longer have an excuse not to sit and play games all day!
Largest Online Community: Board Game Arena
The developers behind Board Game Arena (free) understand how difficult it is to get multiple people together to play a board game, so they've made it available on Mac, PC, Android tablets and smartphones (sorry, no iOS yet), and even Wii U, PlayStation and Xbox One (but via the Internet Explorer app, if that counts), and there no download is required. There are over 2 million gamers on this site, so you can always find someone to play with.
This board game website gives you access to over 175 games, from classics like Yahtzee and backgammon to fun newer titles such as Coup Dragonheart Saboteur Terra Mystica Carcassonne and even prototypes such as Dark Agent and Saint Poker . You can search game titles with a variety of filters such as duration, complexity, mechanism, theme, popularity and number of players.
Playing a game is super easy – just go to the Games page, find an interesting game, click on it, then click "Play this game now", and you can join. When you click on a game, you will also see more information about the game, such as how the game is played, how long it should last and how many players are required. You can also download the manual, view images of the game and view the current leaderboards. If you check out the community page, you can find other players and see your friends and chat in the forum about the games and other topics.