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  • What kind of activities would you want to do? Is it just games for icebreaker/engerisers (not topic specific) or do they need to be specific to the topic? And do you mean an app you would download to create a quick game, or do you mean all participants would have to download the app to join the game?

  • Not sure this helps but below is a list of 3rd party apps we often share. Some of them could be adpated as games or ice breakers:
    • Also, go to the bottom of this thread, Paul suggests a boat race game as an ice breaker, might be what you are looking for?


      Ice breakers
      HI I am looking for suggestions for some ice breaker for a large group of zoom attendees that do not know one another. We will be discussing mental h…
  • I've used It's a pictionary website but you can decide your own words. 

    I think most things will be web-based with apps/mobile responsive options rather than soley apps as people tend to prefer not needing to install anything. But like Mike said, it's probably using 'non-game' tools but adapting them for games.

    Drawasaurus - Multiplayer drawing & guessing game!
    Drawasaurus is a drawing & guessing game for your phone, tablet or PC. Do your best to draw the word you are given while players from around the worl…
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