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At Home Bucket List: 7 Indoor Fun Activities To Try With Your Friends

What do you do when the rain comes pouring, or you and the gang can’t go out? Binge-watch your favourite TV series again? Or maybe play indoor games with your friends. That’s the best time to bring out those board games you have been keeping for some rainy days. There is just something about playing a game with friends that makes the experience more enjoyable and memorable. The excitement of winning, the agony of losing, and the sharing of new memories all come together when you spend time with your friends through a game. Whether Monopoly or something more challenging like Pandemic, there are many great board games to enjoy with your pals.


If you like solving puzzles and spending time in a more solitary activity, puzzles are a great choice. There are many puzzles to choose from, from connect-the-dots to classic jigsaw puzzles. Puzzles are an excellent activity for yourself, or even a couple of you like to collaborate on them. Different puzzles help you to build various skills, like problem-solving, creativity and patience. Some of the more challenging puzzles can help you learn a new language. If you have a large puzzle, you can also break it up into smaller pieces to work on one at a time with a friend. Jigsaw puzzles are one of the most classic puzzles ever. You can choose a picture of anything to make it more personal. Larger puzzles are a great way to spend an afternoon with your friends. You can help each other put the puzzle together.

Board Games

There are so many board games to choose from; it will be challenging to narrow down which one to play with your friends. Some classics include Scrabble, Monopoly, Clue and Operation, but there are many new and engaging games to try. If you are looking for something more challenging, you can also try some strategy board games like Pandemic, Risk or even Chess. You can enjoy these as a one-time activity or make them into a series. Pandemic and Risk can be played for up to four hours, perfect for a rainy day. 

Card Games

There are plenty of card games to play with friends and family indoors. Some old classics include Bridge, Hearts, Poker, and Crazy Eights, which you can learn to play in just a few minutes. If you want to try something new, you can look at the PlayLive casino guides on PlayLive with your friends. Many card games and casino games can now be played online. The rules might seem a bit complicated at first, but once you learn them, they are great to play with friends. Asian card games are known for their simplicity, social nature and strategy. Mahjong is a classic example of a game that can be played by people of all ages and levels of experience. It’s exciting, social and a great way to pass the time when it’s too wet to go outside.

Video Games

If you are more interested in playing a video game, you can challenge your friends to a game of your choice. Video games are usually played with multiple players, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy yourself alone. Many single-player games out there will keep you engaged through a rainy day. You can also challenge your friends to a video game and set a time limit if you want. You can even make it more interesting by betting on the result. There are so many video games out there to choose from that you might have difficulty deciding which one to play. You can also try out different genres, like adventure, action, puzzle, sport, strategy and first-person shooter. If you are looking for a challenge, you can also try playing video games online against people from other countries.

Diving Game

Diving games involve submerging yourself into a virtual world using VR headsets or other related devices. You can choose either an adventure game or a multiplayer game to play. There are many VR experiences out there that can be enjoyed with friends or family members. VR experiences are a great way to pass the time when it’s raining. You can choose from various games and experiences, including immersive sports, adventure, and multiplayer games. You can also try out different devices, including PC VR headsets, standalone headsets, mobile headsets and even devices controlled by your smartphone.

Co-op Games

Sometimes you want to challenge yourself, but not with a competitive game. In that case, you can turn to co-op games, where you and your friends work together as a team against the game. Cooperative games are great for building teamwork and strategic skills. You can also try co-op board games and co-op video games. Board games are excellent for building teamwork and strategic skills. You can also try board games, like co-op, co-ed, strategy, puzzle and adventure. You can try out different themes, like fantasy, sci-fi, historical and modern.

Strategy Games

You can play strategy games if you want to try something different but challenge your strategic skills. Strategy games are great for exploring new ways of thinking and improving mental alertness. They are usually played in groups, although you can also play them with friends. There are so many strategy games out there to choose from you will have a hard time deciding which one to play. You can also try out different themes, like sci-fi, fantasy, historical and modern. You can even try out different types of strategy games, like real-time strategy, turn-based strategy, economic strategy and military strategy.

Multiplayer Games

If you are more of a social person, you can choose to play multiplayer games with your friends. Multiplayer games are usually played online, so you and your friends can play them together, even if they are at different locations. There are many multiplayer games, and you can choose one based on your interests. You can also try out other multiplayer games, including action, adventure, sports, puzzle, strategy and first-person shooter. You can try out different themes, like fantasy, sci-fi, historical and modern.

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