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  • Yep it's sad but true: we don't meet with our friends and relatives as often as we used

  • to several years ago.

  • But technologies that have replaced this real-life communication also help us not to lose touch

  • with our nearest and dearest, for example, by playing fun texting games!

  • 1.

  • Emoji challenge.

  • Try to communicate all you have to say to your friend (for example, your latest news)

  • with the help of emojis!

  • Your friend has to interpret your message and tell you what you meant.

  • For example, if you send an eye, a lion, and a crown emojis, your friend may guess that

  • you've just watched "The Lion King."

  • 2.

  • WWYD Which stands for "What Would You Do?"

  • Think of a cool hypothetical scenario.

  • Then ask your partner what they would do if this situation happened in reality.

  • The more bizarre and twisted the question is, the more interesting the game will get.

  • "Imagine you're home alone and suddenly, you see your fridge door opening.

  • What would you do?"

  • "What if you woke up and found out you were a dog.

  • What would you do?"

  • 3.

  • Abbreviations.

  • It's one of the most difficult texting games, but it's also a lot of fun!

  • Abbreviations are made from the first letter of a phrase, for example, LOL - laughing out

  • loud, TBH - to be honest.

  • In this texting game, though, you'll have to abbreviate your current activity!

  • Your friend will have to guess that "POMI" means Posting On My Instagram!

  • 4.

  • Name the song.

  • Text your friends a line from a song.

  • The first player to name it correctly is the winner.

  • If nobody gets the song from the first line, add another one and keep going until someone

  • recognizes the song, or until your opponents admit defeat.

  • 5.

  • Story constructor.

  • You start a story with a phrase or a sentence.

  • Your friend texts you back with the next sentence.

  • Keep going until your story is complete.

  • It doesn't have any sense?

  • Don't worry, it's not supposed to!

  • The main goal of this game is to have fun and probably get rid of the writer's block.

  • 6.

  • Fortunately, unfortunately.

  • This game's also about storytelling.

  • But this time, one of you creates fortunate statements and the otherunfortunate ones.

  • For example, you write, "I woke up and went to work."

  • Your partner adds, "Unfortunately, I forgot it was Sunday."

  • Then you can come up with, "Fortunately, I remembered it was a day off before I got on

  • the bus."

  • It's better to play this game with an odd number of participants: this way, everyone

  • will have a chance to create both fortunate and unfortunate sentences.

  • 7.

  • Friends tag.

  • This game will show how well your friends know you.

  • Send each other questions about yourself and your friendship, like "When did we first meet?"

  • "Who's my favorite superhero?"

  • The player who gets the highest number of correct answers wins!

  • 8.

  • Truth or dare.

  • Yep, you can easily play truth or dare over text!

  • Ask questions about things most people would prefer to keep secret.

  • Decide what a player who refuses to answer will have to do: buy everyone a meal, pay

  • a fine, or dance in the middle of a supermarket.

  • 9.

  • What's the movie?

  • If you and your friends are into movies, choose a line from some film and ask the rest to

  • guess the title.

  • For example, you send "Hasta la vista, baby!" - and immediately get "Terminator 2!" in return.

  • If the task turns out too difficult, you can offer some hints.

  • 10.

  • Rhyme It!

  • You start by texting a phrase or just a word to your opponent.

  • They need to answer with a phrase or a word that rhymes with the first one.

  • Keep the game going until one of you gets stuck!

  • In a truck.

  • In the muck.

  • Youre out of luck.

  • Okay I’ll stop.

  • 11.

  • Riddles Riddles are fun, exciting, and can be easily

  • played over the phone!

  • Send your opponent a riddle.

  • Keep in mind that it shouldn't be too complicated - it'll take all the fun out of the game.

  • You can limit the number of tries your friend has to crack the riddle.

  • So, let me ask you, "What exists until you get to know it, and as soon as you learn it,

  • it disappears?"

  • Write down your answers in the comments below!

  • 12.

  • Erudite.

  • Pick a topic and ask each other questions about it.

  • It can be something you studied at school or learned from the Internet.

  • The one who gets 10 correct answers first is the winner.

  • The main rule - no googling!

  • 13.

  • Most likely.

  • You'll need nothing more than a list of questions and a group chat to play this game.

  • Ask your opponents something like, "Who's most likely to order 5 pizzas and eat them

  • alone?"

  • Then everyone has to pick the person this question fits the most.

  • By the way, I’m the correct answer.

  • 14.

  • Finish my sentence.

  • You text the beginning of a sentence to your partner, and they have to finish it.

  • Try to make funny, crazy, and unexpected statements - it'll make the game more fun!

  • Like "I'm bringing a giraffe to the office and..."

  • Go ahead, complete this sentence in the comments!

  • 15.

  • Pre-set answers.

  • You have to choose several words your opponents will use as the answers to all your questions.

  • For example, you text them "coffee, tree, tram, laptop."

  • Then feel free to ask any random question: Where do you go to work?

  • - Tree!

  • What's your favorite activity?

  • - Coffee!

  • 16.

  • Would you rather?...

  • You have to offer your friend two difficult choices.

  • Make them as tough as possible.

  • For example, "Would you rather talk like a monkey or look like a monkey?"

  • "Would you rather end up hanging from a cliff or running from an enraged bear?"

  • Fun, right?

  • 17.

  • Unscramble One opponent picks a word, and then all the

  • players have to use its letters to make as many new words as possible.

  • Setting a time limit, for example, 20 seconds, will make the game tenser and more exciting.

  • The player with the highest number of new words wins!

  • How about you try to unscramble the word "dishwasher"?

  • Waiting for your answers in the comments!

  • 18.

  • Category Pick any topic and take turns writing as many

  • words that fall under this category as you can.

  • Let's say you've chosen words that end in "ave" - cave, behave, wave, save, and so on.

  • Remember to set a time limit!

  • The first one to run out of words loses.

  • 19.

  • 20 Questions.

  • You choose a category, for example, a place or an object.

  • Your opponent starts asking "yes" or "no" questions one at a time.

  • Their task is to figure out your word in no more than 20 questions.

  • 20.

  • Associations.

  • You send your opponent a word, and they have to answer with the first thing that comes

  • to their mind.

  • Ideally, the reply has to be associated with the sent word.

  • Set a time limit - 5 or 10 seconds - to make the game more exciting.

  • 21.

  • Where am I?

  • You have to make your friends guess where you are.

  • You can send them some hints: "I'm surrounded by water."

  • - "Swimming pool?"

  • You don't have to be in the place you have in mind, it can be fictional.

  • I’m on Mars….

  • 22.

  • Never have I ever...

  • Unlike the "never ever" game played in a big company, its text version doesn't involve

  • drinking anything or doing some bizarre stuff.

  • Each of the players has 10 lives (just like the number of fingers).

  • You lose a point (one life) every time someone makes a statement about something you haven't

  • done yet.

  • The main rule of this game - you have to be honest.

  • Oh really!?

  • 23.

  • Questions Only.

  • Your main task is to reply to your opponent's question with a question of your own!

  • Like "Are you a student?

  • - "Are you rich?"

  • You also mustn't repeat any question you've already asked.

  • Be fast.

  • The player who makes a long pause or fails to reply with a question loses.

  • 24.

  • Let's go to... (aka Take a trip) There will be two main phrases in this game,

  • "I'm going to..."

  • And "I'm taking..."

  • All of the players have to fill in the gaps starting with the letter "A," then "B," and

  • working their way through to the letter "Z."

  • Like "I'm going to the airport, and I'm taking an alligator."

  • The player who gets stuck on some letter is the loser.

  • 25.

  • Last Letter Game.

  • You pick a topic, and all the words you'll say after that have to be connected to this

  • topic.

  • The first player says a word, and the next one has to think of the word that starts with

  • the last letter of the previous one.

  • So, let's say, you've chosen the superhero topic.

  • You type "Spiderman," the next player answers with "Neutron," and then someone has to look

  • for a superhero whose name starts with "n" again!

  • 26.

  • Reverse.

  • Tell your friend about your day, news, weekend plans, but all the words in your texts have

  • to be in reverse order.

  • Your opponent has to respond in the same reverse way.

  • Keep your communication flowing until one of you makes a mistake.

  • 27.

  • Who am I?

  • Pick a person: it may be a celebrity or someone both you and your opponents know.

  • Start to describe this person until your partners guess who it is.

  • To make the game more interesting, set a time limit or the number of guesses.

  • 28.

  • Funny pics Pick a category and search the Internet for

  • funny images or memes on this topic.

  • Send these captions back and forth.

  • There are no winners or losers in this game, it's just fun.

  • So there you have it.

  • Have fun!

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