Best Android Party Games

Feature image for our article on best Android party games. It shows Among Us characters, a bomb from Keep Talking And Nobody Explodes, the tree from Acron: Attack Of The Squirrels and the townsfolk from Town Of Salem.

Want games that bring people together? While a lot of games out there might be for quiet enjoyment, or furious exchanges with strangers, there’s no shortage of Android games that encourage you to gather with your friends. Whether you stay friends by the end, well that’s more down to you. Our rundown of the best Android party games gives our lineup of some of the most fun titles you can play as a group, whether it’s to help your pals, or undermine them.

Among Us

The featured image for our Among Us Hide n Seek update article, featuring the killer attacking a survivor.

If you’ve not heard of Among Us, then we’ll have to assume you’ve been living on a remote island with no internet access for the past few years. So, welcome back! Among Us is a game about little cartoon space men on a ship, except one of them isn’t a spaceman at all, they’re a shapeshifting monster known as an Impostor.

The real crew has to complete their tasks around the ship, and the Impostor has to subtly murder as many people as possible without getting exposed. Everyone gets to vote on who they think is the killer. Expect arguments.

Keep Talking And Nobody Explodes

Want to experience the thrill and excitement of bomb disposal without the potential of dying horribly? Then try out Keep Talking And Nobody Explodes. It is a game where a player tries to diffuse a bomb. Unfortunately, they do not know how to diffuse a bomb. There is an instruction manual, but that is in the hands of other players, who can’t see the bomb.

About as fun to watch as it is to play, just make sure you don’t make fun of people fumbling through it too much before you’ve had your turn. It’s harder than it looks.

Town Of Salem: The Coven

Ever played the games Mafia or Werewolf? Well, Town Of Salem is this, but on steroids. You all take your places as citizens in the incredibly dangerous town, but you may find your particular citizen has a big secret.

Townsfolk roles like the spy, sheriff, doctor, and jailer try and expose the threats to the town, while the mafia members, serial killers, and werewolves attempt to avoid detection and probably murder some people in the process. It is complete chaos and great for a larger group.

The Jackbox Party Pack

Image from our best Android party games. It shows a screenshot from a Jackbox game with several portraits of people and the question 'Pick The Player You Want To Date'.

Want something that keeps mixing it up? There are several different Jackbox Party Packs available now, and all of them bring a selection of different party games to play using your phones.

From trivia quizzes, to internet comment fights, to monster dating games, to making your drawings fight each other, there’s definitely something for everyone. It’s silly, witty, and will keep all your guests busy for a while.

Acron: Attack Of The Squirrels

Image for our best Android party games. A screenshot from Acron: Attack Of The Squirrels showing a squirrel running toward a monstrous tree.

VR headsets are great fun, but they’re not something everyone is willing to shell out for, and there’s not a lot you can do with a group of people and one headset, right? Wrong. Acron: Attack Of The Squirrels is an asymmetrical multiplayer game where one player has a headset, and the rest play on their phones.

The VR-user takes the role of a monstrous tree, that is trying to repel a gang of squirrels controlled by the phone players. The tree can fling projectiles at the squirrels, who can move freely around the arena. Boss fight where one of your friends plays as the boss? We’re ready.

You’ll need one VR headset and at least two Android devices to play.

Enjoyed our list of the best Android party games? Want some more of the best games? Take a look at our best Android endless runners.

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