13 Long-Distance Relationship Games For Couples To Keep Things Fun And Interesting

Written by Harini Natarajan

Long-distance relationships can be quite challenging. Apart from catching up on what’s new or how your day has been, there comes a point where you run out of things to do and have nothing much to talk about. But you both can try a few long-distance games to make your conversation more fun and exciting. Whether you are still exploring each other or trying to connect more on similar ground, we got distance games for all. Scroll down to check them out.

13 Long-Distance Relationship Games For Couples

1. Would You Rather?

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This game is great to get a conversation started in a fun and interesting way. Apart from just knowing the answer to your question, you can carry forward the conversation with a simple ‘why?’ to know more about your partner.

This makes your conversation interesting and helps you connect on a deeper level. Create your quirky, sexy, and flirty questions to make your regular calls something you both look forward to. For example:

  • Would you rather be rich or famous?
  • Would you rather go out for a date or stay in?
  • Would you rather gaze at the stars all night or each other?
  • Would you rather hold my hand for 10hours every day or never hold it again?

2. Never Have I Ever

This is one of the classic drinking games played with partners or friends. You can play this online over a video call or text each other and turn it into your special version of a long-distance relationship game.

Decide what punishment you want to keep, either a sip of a drink, play points-wise, or send a picture of yourself. For instance, if you say –“Never have I ever… written a love letter to someone”. If your partner has written a love letter in the past, they either drink, lose a point, or send you a picture. You can demand any kind of picture to make the game more interesting.

The beauty of this game is that it only gets interesting as you keep asking the question. The intensity of the questions improves as you start understanding the things your partner has or has not done. You can also include these questions to spice up the game.

3. Online Multiplayer Games

Online couple games are a perfect way to diversify your long-distance relationship and give yourself a break from your daily routine. Try online couple games by teaming up as a duo or pitch against each other. Stay on the call while you play these games to strategize and discuss your moves with your partner. While you are about to win or lose, the fun expressions will be well delivered over the call and lighten the mood!

Board games like Scrabble, Ludo, Chess, Crosswords, Monopoly, Checkers, and Uno are now easily available online. You can check out QuizUp and Trivia Quizzes to explore your common interests.

4. Bingo

Bingo is a fun and laid-back game that you both can play when you want to chill after a long day. You can chit-chat in between and spend some quality time together while playing. Shop for BINGO cards online and get an individual set for each of you.

A BINGO card has 25 random numbers written on it. Let your computer generate a number, and if that number is on your card, you scratch it out. If you happen to scratch out five numbers in a row of horizontal, vertical, or diagonal, you win. You can come up with cute gifts, promises, tricks, or trades as a winning gift that your partner has to fulfill.

You can shop for the BINGO cards here. 

5. Distance Charades

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Get on a video call with your partner and set up the classic charades game. The best part is this game needs no planning. Just like the usual charades – choose a movie and enact its title with hand gestures, and let your partner guess the movie name. The whole point of this game is not to utter a word or make any sound. Set up a timer to make the game even more fun. Take turns and add points each time you or your partner guesses the title correctly.

6. Guess The Song

Just like the classic charades, here, instead of movies, you can either hum, whistle, or play the karaoke version of a song and make your partner guess it. Use songs with an offbeat tune to confuse your partner and make the game exciting. You can notch it up by merging this game with ‘complete the lyrics.’ Sing or play a few lines of a song and stop it abruptly to make your partner guess the following lyrics and complete the stanza.

7. Situation Quizzes

You cannot always shoot too many questions in a long-distance relationship as it might end up feeling like an interview and get boring. So, how else will you get to know your partner on a deeper level?

Set up situational quizzes that include hypothetical questions for your partner and find how they might react in that situation. This simple game will help you understand how and what your partner thinks ata deeper level and help discover their personality traits. It is one of the best texting games for long-distance relationships as you can unleash an unexplored side of your partner that you never knew existed.

8. Pictionary

Play the classic game of Pictionary with your long-distance partner. All you need is your partner on the video call, a notebook, and a pen or a pencil for drawing. You can either use the Google feature on your phone to generate a Pictionary word.Set up a timer to draw that word and let your partner guess it. If your partner identifies the word correctly, he/she gets the point.

9. Taboo

This game is an amazing variation of guess the word, like Pictionary and charades. But Taboo is for those who are not into acting or drawing. You only have to describe the words verbally. This game can be easily played on a video call with your partner.

Buy a Taboo set for each of you and pick a card from the deck. Explain the guess word to your partner without using the related taboo or forbidden words listed on the card. You have to drop clues so that your partner can guess the word, else, you lose a point. Buy it here! 

10. This Or That?

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“This or that?” is one of the fun things to do in long-distance relationships. This game is similar to ‘would you rather?’, which helps you know your partner’s choices and likings. Make quick comparative questions between two things, and your game is ready.

For instance,

  • Tea or coffee?
  • Burger or pizza?
  • Series or movies?
  • Beach or mountains?
  • Chocolates or ice creams?
  • Dogs or cats?

This will give an idea of what to consider when you plan a date for your partner. Here’s a list of questions you can ask your partner.

11. Two Truths And One Lie

This is a conversation-stirring game that is pretty simple. You have to make up three sentences, out of which two statements are true, and one is a lie. Your partner has to guess which one of the three statements is a lie.

The statements need not necessarily be life-revealing or something intimate. They can be interests, hobbies, or past experiences that helped shape your personality. Although, it will be fun if you make the lie a little outrageous, crazy, and wacky. Sound your lie like the truth to make it hard for your partner to distinguish between the two. Whether your partner can guess the lie or not, it would be fun after the revelation as to what, when, and why the whole scenario happened.

12. Fill In The Blanks

If you are in a later stage of your long-distance relationship, this game will help you and your partner understand how well you know each other. It is a fun way to know how much you and your partner have paid attention to each other’s likes and dislikes.

For instance,

  • My favorite perfume is…?
  • My favorite pizza toppings are…?
  • Do I prefer tea or coffee?
  • Five things on my bucket-list are..?

You can also make your intimate questions and be prepared to answer the same for yourself!

13. Celebrity Role-Play

Put on your imagination cap and step into the shoes of your favorite movie or TV series character to spice up your conversation. It is one of the best texting games for long-distance relationships as you can message or sent audio notes to each other as the character you are playing. Pick a character that is funny, serious, naughty, or has superpowers to spice up the role-play even more.

Games like name-place-animal-thing, 20 questions, and long-distance truth or dare can also be a part of the list. Incorporating such fun long-distance games into your monotonous routine will help you bond better. Keep your conversations exciting and lively to sail through the distance smoothly!

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As Chief Editor, Harini sets the tone and editorial direction for StyleCraze to deliver engaging, interesting, and authentic content revolving around women's health, wellness, and beauty. She has over 14 years of experience in content writing and editing for online media. She specializes in the areas of Beauty, Lifestyle, and Health & Wellness and is proficient in Medical Sciences (Biology, Human Anatomy and Physiology, and Biochemistry). Her background in Biomedical Engineering helps her decode and interpret the finer nuances of scientific research for her team. Harini is a certified bibliophile and a closet poet. She also loves dancing and traveling to offbeat destinations.