Choose the right person. Then ask the right questions so you can guess the other person fast.
Use your mouse to choose questions and answer questions.
Many a childhood through the 80s, 90s, and 2000s was made that much more awesome by Guess Who, and we’re proud to continue that tradition with Guess Who Multiplayer. The original Guess Who was made by a company called Theora Design, and it first hit the scene in the early 80s. This particular update we’re bringing you, a modern version developed by Code This Lab in 2018, is awesome for two reasons. First, you can now play Guess Who on your PC or mobile device, and secondly, you can play online with people from all over the world!
In both the original game and this new and improved version, the object of Guess Who is the same. In front of you are 24 cards, each featuring a character. Your opponent has picked one of them, and you have to guess who they are by narrowing down the possibilities with questions. So, you could ask, “Does your person wear glasses?” If your opponent says no, then you can cancel out all characters who have glasses in front of you. When you’ve eliminated all but one character, you win the game! Of course, while you’re doing all of this in Guess Who Multiplayer online, your computer or human opponent is doing the same. So, whoever asks the best questions (that narrow down the most options) wins.
It’s definitely more than a little addicting playing “detective” with this Guess Who Multiplayer game, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of other opportunities to flex your deductive and/or competitive sides. For example, if you can’t get enough of the one-on-one action, check out our multiplayer online games category for tons of other titles. Wherever your thirst for competitive, brain-busting thrills takes you, know that you’re helping to make the world a safer, more connected place during this difficult time. The WHO (World Health Organization) has invited us to their play apart together campaign, and Guess WHO Multiplayer is a great way to participate.