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Seven Online Adult Games To Play With Friends

October 6th, 2021 by Irwin Fletcher Comments

Playing online games with friends and family is by far the most popular pastime in the world. There are millions of online games to choose from, for any genre you can think of. From slots with music to dwarfs on dragons; there’s a game for every taste and any age.

With so many of these games targeting younger audiences, we’ve decided to cast a spotlight on seven multiplayer titles aimed at adult gamers. If age-restricted RPGs and NSFW party games sound like a good time, we’ve got just the list for you.

Conan Exiles

From the moment you start playing Conan: Exiles, it’s clear that this game is not meant for shy folk. Though you have the option to provide your starting character with a loincloth for their sensitive areas, you also get full and partial nudity as options; the latter of which is Exiles’ standard setting.

Exiles has a massive  and well-varied game world. This is not an easy game, and foolhardy players are punished for carelessness. Form a clan with friends if you want to survive the harsh deserts, frozen hellscapes, and predator-filled jungles. If this game’s environments sound hostile, just wait ‘til you meet some of the locals.

Exiles’ challenging world and complex crafting are extremely rewarding for players who commit to it. Going from a meatsack in the desert to a champion of Hyboria is an incredible journey, made all the better with friends.


Age ratings can give you a good idea on what to expect from a game. If a game has warnings for crude humor, sexual themes, strong language and drug references, it’s safe to say that Awkward ain’t one for the kids.

Developed by Snap Finger Click, Awkward is a party game with a dangerous twist. According to the developers, the game is based on an old card game that was banned way back in the early 1800’s. Said to have caused an increase in marriage woes & family drama, we can see why Awkward is so effective.

With three rounds of increasingly uncomfortable questions, each player will have to test their knowledge of other players to win. Some questions are harmless, some are hilarious, while others have the potential to alter relationships. Because each player has to answer in secret, the outcome of an answer can always surprise at least  one person.

Pretend You’re Xyzzy

Pretend You’re Xyzzy is a Cards Against Humanity clone. The popular card game is now online and free to play with friends. Cards Against Humanity was designed by a group of guys who graduated high school together. They decided to make a card game focused on fun instead of winning & losing.

In case you’re unfamiliar with the game, Cards Against Humanity basically allows up to 20 people to play at once. Players have to complete a phrase or answer a question by using predetermined questions. The best answer could win the round, but the wrong answer often wins instead. Whichever answer gets the most laughs usually comes out on top.

Though there is a family-friendly version available, the original Cards Against Humanity balances its humor with mature content. Xyzzy takes its inspiration from the original, and it’s honestly all the better for it. From nervous laughter to wheezing fits of madness, Pretend You’re Xyzzy guarantees tons of fun and laugh-out-loud moments.


GTFO is a 1-4 player co-op horror first-person shooter. Developed by 10 Chambers, the title should tell you all you need to know about the premise of this game. The game is a team-based scavenger hunt, and it’s a non-stop thrill-ride every time you jump in.

GTFO offers intense action coupled with dread-filled stealth gameplay. Players take on the roles of prisoners, sent to hunt artifacts in dangerous territory filled with all kinds of horrors. Players have to work together to survive; solving puzzles, hunting for treasure, and dealing with monsters, beasts & supernatural horrors.

Use Your Words

Use Your Words takes the familiar formula of fill-in-the-blank party games and tosses in some fresh mechanics. Using varied themes and a randomized format, Use Your Words offers a unique multimedia experience that’s both easy to use and hard to put down.

Players can fill in movie scene subtitles, caption random photographs, or even have a go at newspaper headlines. This multifaceted format gives Use Your Words an edge over its competitors. It’s constantly updated too, which means you can play for hours without running in to repeat questions.

Lack of content is a fault present in many of these types of games, but Use Your Words’ developers have put a lot of effort into making high-volume quality content. The game is developed by Smiling Buddha Games, and is available on almost all gaming platforms.

Scarlet Blade

If you’re in the mood to check out the raunchier side of gaming, Scarlet Blade might be a good choice. This unabashedly sexual MMO is maybe not the best example of the MMORPG genre, but it’s definitely one of a kind.

Scarlet Blade has got everything you’d expect in a regular MMO, with combat, gear & leveling. It’s free-to-play with six classes to choose from. It also has a lot of adult content. The story isn’t much to write home about, but that’s not the reason why thousands of people sign up to play.

Never Have I Ever

Never Have I Ever is one of the most well-known drinking games ever made. With the advent of mobile & online gaming, you can now play one of the best icebreaker games from anywhere at any time. You can play on Android & iOS devices, as well as any supported Web browser.

See how well you truly know your friends, and get ready for the possibility of some interesting revelations about the ones you care about. The best thing about using the online version of Never Have I Ever is that you don’t have to come up with questions yourself. There’s a wealth of topics covering a wide range of content, and you definitely won’t run out of topics for conversation.

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