Not every board game works well over video chat, but we’ve compiled a few of our favorites along with some tips to make them remote-play-friendly.
@WIRED Clue is a good idea, although the best way I can figure is either having a physical "drop" somewhere for the evidence cards that everyone gets a copy of to reference end game or obv an assigned DM #OMGletsgoooo ! lol
@WIRED Ironically you shouldn't overlook Pandemic.
It's co-op, so knowing other players cards is important. One can host the board, team consultation is the key to winning.
If others have the game they can map the changes each turn.
Absolutely brilliant game of you vs the board.