Best Two-player Games for iPhone and iPad in 2020: Face Challenges and Be Ahead of Your Friends


Whenever I want the gaming to be more intense, I switch to multi-player mode. Fighting against several players at one go is absolute fun. However, I’m extremely fond of the one-on-one gaming which I love playing with my close friend or family members. My best two-player games for iPhone and iPad are the ones that have the engaging concept.

The ones which can be played with all the members of the family including a kid has always fascinated me a lot. I would also confess my special liking for the bone teasers! Would you like to give my top 10 list of two-player games for iPhone and iPad a glance? Here you go!

Best Two-Player iPhone and iPad Games of 2020

#1. 8 Ball Pool

8 Ball Pool iPhone and iPad Two-Player Game Screenshot

For all those pool players, they can now play pool game on their iPhone or iPad with their friends or with legends. This 8 Ball Pool is touted as world’s number one pool game. The best thing about this game is you can play one on one or participate in tournaments to win trophies.

You can use your Facebook account to challenge your friends from anywhere, anytime. A glaring feature of the game is you can add 8 Ball Pool to your iMessage app drawer to play with your friends.

Price: Free

#2. Heads Up!

Heads Up! Two Player iPhone and iPad Game Screenshot

Heads Up! is a sensational game and worth having a shot. You have to guess the word on the card before the timer runs out. From singing, naming celebrities or silly accents, it’s got plenty to keep you entertained.

You can play this fascinating with one friend or one hundred friends at one go. You can save the video of your gameplay to watch it later. Featuring more than 40 themed decks available, Heads Up will never let you get out of the hook!

Price: $0.99

#3. Hangman

Hangman Two Player iPhone and iPad Game Screenshot

How about playing an exciting game to bolster spelling? Hangman is the ideal game for you to improve your vocabulary. The game supports both one player and two player gameplay.

You can either play it with your friend or let your device be your invisible opponent. The game’s design is based on the classroom board-chalk style that makes it more fascinating. Choose your level and word list for throwing challenge from easy, standard, hard, animals, food, geography, holidays, etc.

Price: Free

#4. Red Hands

Red Hands Two Player iPhone and iPad Game Screenshot

So you think that you are lightning fast and have got better reflexes? Try out Red Hands to find out where you stand in the battle of speed.

As the game begins, one player is the attacker, and the other is the defender. And if the later chickens out three times, it would be a perfect free hit.

The one which gets 10 points first will be declared the winner. You can customize your hand type by choosing from multiple available options. As funny as it can ever get, you will even choose the huge Hulk’s hand or go for a tattooed one.

Price: Free

#5. Finger Fights

Finger Fights iPhone and iPad Two-Player Game Screenshot

First things first, “Finger Fights” is a game pack that consists as many exciting games. Some of the games that I’ve loved playing are: soccer fight, twin strike, spider bounty, bouncy tunes, toy race, Math reactor and more.

All the games are pretty easy to play, and you would enjoy them with your family and friends. The app also features some single games which you can take on to get rid of boredom.

Finger Fights is available for free but at some stages, you will have to spend bucks to break the limitation.

Price: Free

#6. Spaceteam

Spaceteam Two Player iPhone and iPad Game Screenshot

All geared up to step into a legendary science fiction game! Spaceteam is designed to be an interesting cooperative party game which you can with 2 to 8 players. You get a random control panel featuring switches, dials, and buttons to let you easily maneuver the game.

As the ship is just about to fall apart, you must coordinate with your team to save it. All of your teammates get instructions, and they have to quickly work on them before the time run outs. Unless you work perfectly with your team, you won’t be able to crack it.

Price: Free

#7. Word Scramble

Word Scramble Two Player iPhone and iPad Game Screenshot

Word Scramble challenges you to find the right words among letters. You have to swipe or slide your screen between the letters to form words. Your score and trophies will increase as you win the tasks.

The game comes in three modes: Play classic, blitz, and marathon. In play classic mode, you have to find as many words as possible in two minutes. Blitz mode can be very helpful in letting you become a quick word speller. And in the marathon mode, you need to find a bunch of words without any time limit.

Price: Free

#8. Cats Carnival

Cats Carnival Two Player iPhone and iPad Game Screenshot

Cats Carnival is one of the finest two-player games that I have played. You get to play ten very intriguing games that are able to hold your interest for long. If you don’t want to go head-to-head with your friend, there is also a single player mode to let you play the game peacefully.

With quite a few challenging levels, you will never find it mundane. Besides, you can upgrade to the pro version ($1.99) of the app to unlock all the games.

Price: Free

#9. Worms 2: Armageddon

Worms 2 - Armageddon Two Player iPhone and iPad Game Screenshot

Worms 2: Armageddon is rated very highly due mainly to the addictive gameplay. You can play up to 16 exceptionally intriguing games with your friends. Using Game Center’s auto-match feature, you will find new opponents to play with.

Pick out a lethal grenade and attack your opponents with full might. It has some customization options to let you fine-tune the game as per your liking. As there are several games modes, you will be hooked to interesting gaming for hours. And yes, there is also a practice mode to hone your skill to perfection.

Price: $4.99

#10. Who Can’t Draw

Who Can't Draw Two Player iPhone and iPad Game Screenshot

This one is specifically dished out for the folks who have a special liking for drawing. The first player gets a word to draw within a limited time. And then others have to interpret and copy that image.

The last player needs to guess the word and also nominates the players who were found to be the best or worst in that round. It features basic word packs. If you want to add themed packs such as Pokémon, Star Wars, or Big Screen, you will have to watch ads or get them via in-app purchases.

Price: Free

That’s all folks!

Your Favorite?

Which one of these games have you picked up to light up your time? Do let us know the one that is going to bring fun to your gaming. Besides, let us know the name of the games that I may have missed out.

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