5 Cool Games Like Among Us On Android & iOS (Free Apps)
1. Werewolf Online
“Defend your village from the forces of evil or become a werewolf and hunt your friends!
Join the mystery game, fight for your team and find the liars among your ranks.
Wolvesville is a multiplayer game for up to 16 players. Each game has different teams such as villagers or werewolves all fighting to be the last team standing. Use special abilities to uncover the roles of other players and convince your fellow players to work with you.
Features: ● Play online with your friends ● Join games with players from all around the globe ● Create and customize your own avatar ● Send roses to your beloved ones ● Join ranked games for serious competition ● Unlock unique and limited items and shine in the game! ● Discover a thriving Discord community with special events, extra loot and more!
😍😍😍 The ultimate game of lies and deception! 😍😍😍
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Happy hunting! 🐺
“*Live online hide and seek *Hide and seek game in which you hide and find others lively with many players *Become any props and hide like you are a part of the map from the beginning *Become a finder (tagger) and find the hidden props
[Game Features]– Real-time online multiplayer game – If your team survives for 200 seconds as the props , your team win – If your team finds all hidden objects within 200 seconds, your team win – Level up system – Chat within the room
“The official adaptation of Similo, the critically acclaimed cooperative guessing game illustrated by world famous artist Naïade. Play together with players from all over the world Online or locally with your friends in Local Pass & Play mode!
Similo: Animals is included! Play with 30 cards including Horse, Rabbit, Cat, Wolf, Deer, and many others: all your favorite pets from the farm, the forest, and more.
Similo: Fables and Similo: History are also available as in-app purchases, with more decks coming soon, and remember: you can also combine your decks for maximum fun!
In Similo, you have five rounds to help the other players find the secret card among the twelve shown. Play more characters as clues, to suggest similarities or differences with the secret card.
After each clue, the other players must discard 1 or more characters from the roster. If they discard the secret card, you all lose! But, if the secret card is the only one left, you all win!
HOW TO PLAY
One player acts as the Clue Giver, the other players will be the Guessers. During their turn, the Clue Giver must play 1 Character from their hand as a clue, suggesting if they have something in common or something different from the secret character.
Then, the Guesser(s) must discard an increasing number of characters (1 on the first round, 2 on the second, and so on). If they remove the Secret Card, the game ends immediately and you all lose. If the Secret Card is the only one left at the end of the fifth round, you all win!
PASS & PLAY AND ONLINE MULTIPLAYER MODES Play with your friends with the local pass and play mode, or join games with players from all over the world with online multiplayer!
• The wonderful art of the card game by Naïade, fleshed out and digitally enhanced • Social deduction gameplay, try to decrypt the minds of your friends and create the perfect clues • Local Pass & Play Mode for 2 to infinite players, the perfect party game • Online Multiplayer Mode! Join 1 on 1 matches with people from all over the world
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