Guess The Guessers: 10 of the Best Guessing Games to Play With Friends

Guess The Guessers: 10 of the Best Guessing Games to Play With Friends

Guess The Guessers: 10 of the Best Guessing Games to Play With Friends. Have you ever felt like you needed more of a game to play with friends? Well, we feel the same way about you. It’s not easy finding games that your friends will willingly play with you. Thankfully, there are tons of great games out there for you to choose from. This blog post will tell you about some of the best guessing games for playing with friends. Playing a guessing game is one of our favorite things to do as a group of friends or family. 

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1. Hashi Bugho

If you’re looking to keep things simple with minimal setup and cleanup, Hashi Bugho is one of the best guessing games for two or more people to try out. To play, you and your friends sit around a table with small wooden beads in the middle. Everyone takes turns rolling a die and moving a bead a certain number of spaces. The goal of this game is to try to get the other players to guess what the bead is, based on your hints.

You can write down on a piece of paper or another type of paper what your hints are and have your team members act as the audience. Your team will then have to explain to the audience what the clues mean and try to get them to guess the right bead based on what they’re given. If your team guesses correctly, they get to move the bead again while getting to choose where they want their turn to start.

2. Werewolf

Werewolf is a fun guessing game for two or more people. To play, you and your friends each take on the role of a different mythical werewolf. You’ll then have to guess which of the other werewolves is actually in the room with you. You’ll have to ask a series of increasingly vague questions to do this.

Your team members can stay silent and try to guess which wolf you are, or they can try to help you figure it out by giving you hints and clues. This can be a fun guessing game for a group to play, as it’s full of Werewolf-themed jokes and puns while also being relatively straightforward to set up and play.

3. Murder Mystery

Murder Mystery games are a great way to bring together friends and family for a fun outing. To play, you’ll all need to get together with a group interested in playing a murder mystery game. You and your friends can then each choose one person in the group from whom you want to get clues.

You and your chosen person then have to figure out what clues you got from each other and give clues back to the rest of the group. Depending on the type of murder mystery you end up playing, you may be trying to solve a murder mystery, or you may just be trying to figure out who each other is. In either case, this is a great group game to play with friends.

4. Codenames

Codenames is another classic and one of the best guessing games for two people. Both of you hold a wordlist and a codebook in your hands to play. One of you then has to whisper a word or a series of words while the other tries to guess what they said from the clues in the codebook. This guessing game can be exciting and fun for the two of you to play alone, or you could also give it a more competitive twist and have your friends try to guess against each other. The more people who play this game, the more fun it is.

5. Pictionary

Pictionary is a really simple, really silly guessing game for two people. You both need to get a few pieces of paper and a pen for this game. One person draws a picture for their partner to guess while the other partner tries to guess what their partner drew. This guessing game is super silly but also great for getting people involved and having fun simultaneously.

6. Guess Who?

This classic guessing game can be played by two people or by a group. In this guessing game, one person has to silently guess who another person in the room is while they try to figure out who they are based on the clues. The best part about this game is that you can play it in many different ways, depending on how many people are playing it and where you’re trying to get to.

One way to play this game is to have everyone stand up and stand in a line next to their name card. The person trying to figure out who someone else is can then try to figure out who the first person in the line is from the clues. You can also play this guessing game by having everyone sit in a circle and have a person pass a card around the circle.

7. Word Scramble

Word Scramble is a fun guessing game for two people who love to sound out words. For this game, each of you writes down a scrambled sentence or a set of words and then tries to guess what the other one wrote down. This guessing game is a lot of fun if you and your partner love sounding out words while also trying to guess what they wrote down. You can also play this guessing game with a group of people who want to play. In this case, you can each write down a 2-letter word and then scramble them together. Your group can then try to guess what word you wrote down.

8. Hangman

Hangman is a classic word-guessing game that you can play with two people or a group. Each person will have a wordlist, while they each also have a hangman board. One person starts by drawing a word from their wordlist while the other tries to guess what it is from the clues on the hangman board. This is a classic and classic game that you can play with a single partner or with a group.

9. Skip-bo

This next game is one of our favorite guessing games for two. You’ll need a deck of cards, paper, and a pen to play Skip-bo. Each of you will pick a card from the deck and try to write down as many words as you can that start with the letter on the card.

This game is a lot of fun because you’re trying to write down as many words as possible while also trying to pick the card you think is the least likely to be correct. This game is a ton of fun because it’s so hard to pick a card that’s not likely to be correct. You’re playing against your partner to see who can write down the most words while they try to pick the card they think is least likely to be correct.

10. Meeples and Dice Rollers

This is a guessing game that’s a bit different than most of the others. You and your friends are assigned a team name about a specific theme or subject. The team you’re on then divides into teams of 2 or 3 people and places themselves in a circle. The first person from each team then draws a card from a deck. The card is meant to be something easy to decipher yet confusing enough that no one on your team can guess what it’s trying to tell them.

The goal of each person on the team is to use their memento to guess what the card says. It’s important to note that you may only use a memento to guess what the card says once. You must put your memento back into the circle if you get it wrong. The first team to get their members to guess the card correctly wins.

Summing up

These are just a few of the best guessing games for two or more people you can try out with friends. They’re all easy to set up and play, and they’re all very entertaining. If you and your friends would like to play more guessing games, check out our blog post on the best game nights to try out.