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Experts Tell Us the Best Zoom Drinking Games

This article showcases our top picks for the Best Zoom Drinking Games. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

You Laugh, You Drink [A Party Game]

This product was recommended by James Parsons from Content Powered

Because writing and marketing can be too serious, incorporating ‘You Laugh, You Drink’ helps my team unwind from a busy work week. I initiate Zoom drinking party games with my remote employees as our virtual engagement activities. This party game involves players picking a target or someone in the group with a 30-second rule to make them laugh by doing what the card says. Since it’s a virtual game setting, I get to shuffle the cards and ask the players to shout Stop! to pick a card for them. While everybody can see the cards, there would always be one who can’t keep a straight face!


This product was recommended by Alina Clark from CocoDoc

This game is a lot of fun and tons of laughs! First time playing we thought it might not be fun with 2 people but let me tell you it was a blast. We were having so much fun the guys in the other room couldn’t help but want to come join in on all the excitement! Beer pong, quarters and flip cup ended up becoming a full blown workout with how fast we were all trying to win a bottle to add to our six packs! Lots of fun drinking games all in one.

Off Topic Adult Party Game

This product was recommended by Lynda Fairly from Numlooker

Off-topic is an adult party game with various fun elements that can be played by a group of players at night. 2 to 8 players can enjoy this game in one go. As the name suggests, off-topic is all about the hilarious conversation that takes place with family and friends. The real fun takes place when you are supposed to debate with the players when your turns come as a defender of the game.

UNO Family Card Game

This product was recommended by Chiara Gomiero from Handy Wine Guide

You have all played Uno, but never with drinks and I can assure you it’s a completely different ball game, especially when you get the Draw 4 card! You can make up your own rules or see the numerous variations on the theme online. One thing is for certain, it’s going to be epic!

Who’s Most Likely To

This product was recommended by Phillip Villegas from Three Pedal Mafia

There is no foul language or explicit adult content in this game. Teens will like the humour. It’s simple to play. It is not offensive in any way. And it’s entertaining. It’s a fantastic approach to break the ice and get to know new people. There are excellent questions. The instructions are straightforward to read and follow, and it is simple to increase the quantity of points (cards) to make the game go a little longer. This game has the potential to become rather serious. The more players, the better (ten or more would be ideal).

Drinking Quest

This product was recommended by Beth Schubert from Own The Grill

It’s a card-based, adventure game that’s all about drinking, and as long as all of the members of your Zoom community have a copy, you can embark on the “drinking quest” of a lifetime together. Be careful though, as this game is designed to push you to your limits and beyond, so don’t forget to Zoom responsibly…

Last Call Drinking Game

This product was recommended by Steven Walker from Spylix

Answer outrageous questions, engage in humorous challenges and drink. You’ll never get bored playing this game throughout the epidemic. This isn’t your typical drinking adult card game. I can promise you’ll laugh for hours and create priceless memories even if you’re drinking water. It comes in great packaging and is easily portable in a purse or bag.

The Drunk Party Game

This product was recommended by Steven Walker from Spylix

The Drunk Party Game is fun. This basic game blends difficulties with truth-or-dare questions. No matter what your cards indicate, someone will drink. You will learn how to read and follow basic directions by taking turns. If you can cheer, robot dance, name beer brands, or have drunk text, you can play. It can be an excellent icebreaker for small and big groups, dinner parties, and game nights. Play with or without alcohol.

Game That Song – Music Card Game

This product was recommended by Olivia Tan from CocoFax

Game Nights Can Be Hilarious, Addictive, and Competitive! Game That Song is the ideal card game for families, game nights, parties, gifts, and groups of friends who want to have a good time together. It can even be played while socially isolating yourself and via video conference! It is simple to learn. Music helps players reconnect by bringing back memories. Perfect for game night. You’ll enjoy this game if you enjoy sharing music!

These Cards Will Get You Drunk Too

This product was recommended by Stephen Curry from CocoSign

It is the hilarious expansion for the original number one drinking game. It contains 100 new and improved cards to get you and your friends to compete, vote, and screw each other over. You can play the game with the original deck or standalone at your zoom virtual calls. It’s great for 2-8 players, with beer, shots, or wine. You draw a card, follow the rules, and drink in case otherwise.

5 Second Rule

This product was recommended by Stephen Curry from CocoSign

This game contains categories made to take your mind to the gutter for adult fun. It requires someone to think fast and name three items in their category before time runs out. Otherwise, in your rush to say the words in 5 seconds, who knows what you’ll say. Anyway, as you race against the clock, there’s plenty of laughter to share in from what you spit out. It comes with everything you need and doesn’t require the physical presence of your fellow players.

Cards Against Humanity: Nasty Bundle

This product was recommended by Geninna Ariton from Trendhim

The word ‘nasty’ says it all. If your usual Cards Against Humanity is already horrifyingly adult, wait until you see this new bundle.

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Written by Zak Parker

Journalist, writer, musician, professional procrastinator. I'll add more here later.

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