Recommended games that work well over video/conference calls
Quote:ell, community this is a right pickle we find ourselves in.In particular we are looking for games where only one household needs to have a copy but also games that can be homemade that are in the public domain.
BGG is receiving a great deal of new traffic from people who find themselves isolated, distanced from loved ones, looking for something to take their minds off things or who are stuck indoors trying to keep the family entertained.
At a time like this people need board games, and we are the experts in that. So we’re looking for help for recommendations from the community to make a guide for gaming in while in people are in social isolation, as individuals or households.
This guide would take a similar form of the Festive Gift Guide and it will be primarily aimed at non-gamers or casual gamers.
Much of this information already exists, so there will absolutely be a duplicate of threads and ideas - the more the merrier. Suggestions from these Geeklists will be used in the final guide.
Please add your recommendations and thumb and comment on other suggestions you'd recommend.
Further, there's the opportunity for a larger project for individuals who fancy a challenge. It would be great to link to individual guides for all the major video calling/conferencing software (ideally with screen shots). Covering how to register, how to find/add your contacts, how to call, if applicable share screens, anything else simple and relevant.
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