1. Words With Friends
If you and your significant other likes to play with words, then this one is for you. Your job is to create words out of letters available to you. For each correct word, you get points based on the letter and length of the word. It’s a location-based game so you can also view scores of other word players who are around you.
Use your social media account to find your friend or spouse and then invite them to play with you. Words With Friends is free to download and ad-supported which can be removed with an in-app purchase.
If you and your significant other likes to mentally challenge each other then there is nothing better than chess. It’s a chess app which lets you play against the computer or random people on the Internet. But, you can also play with your partner by adding them to your friend list. It works on both WiFi and mobile data. You can create a free account to begin the process.
You can chat with other players while playing online and you can’t take back your move like you do with when you play with the computer, thus making sure the peace is maintained between you and your SO. And the best part is, the app is available for both Android and iOS.
Love action movies? You will love PUBG. Who doesn’t? The wildly popular and addictive strategy based game will have you hooked. It’s the survival of the fittest. In duo mode, you and your partner will land on a remote island with 98 other players. Weapons, med-kits, energy drinks, scopes, ammunition, bags, and more. Everything you need is there but you have to find and hunt for it. Last couple standing wins the game and gets to eat the coveted chicken dinner. With dynamic weather, realistic weapons, and detailed open-world environment, PUBG is a game of strategy, patience, and sheer will to survive.
One of the best Android multiplayer games for couples, PUBG is free but comes with in-app purchases for various skins and accessories.
What’s her favorite color? Stumped? QuizUp is a cool quizzing game where you can create your own quiz to play with your spouse. You can also play with millions of other users around the world based on common interests and hobbies that you share. Either choose a topic or create your own quizzes, invite your SO and start playing.
To add your SO on QuizUp, open the sidebar menu by sliding from right to left of the screen and look for the ‘Friends’ option. Needless to say, both users need to create a free account to use the app. QuizUp is free and there are ads they are but not annoying.
5. Tic Tac Toe
Short on time? Another classic that will leave you feeling nostalgic. Tic Tac Toe is essentially a two-player game that won’t last more than a few moments, but it’s oddly satisfying to see three naughts or crosses in a single line. It is essentially a two-player game so no need to add friends, however, that’s optional.
6. The Sims Mobile
The Sims is a popular franchise based on real-life simulation, a role-playing game where you are part of a virtual world. You can create your own Sim, character, and start a life there. This involves playing with friends, building your dream house, finding love, and so on. Pretty much everything you would do in the real world. You can even get married and take divorce in the game.
Invite your significant other and together, you can build an entire world inside the game. A good way to know what both of you want from life in simulation before you move ahead with the plan in the real world. Besides, the game is a lot of fun.
The Sims Mobile is free to play but requires SimCash to buy premium furniture, clothing, cars, and so on. You can earn SimCash either with in-app purchase or doing work that involves completing tasks.