- Interested in finding a website to play a checkers game online? You've a lot of options to choose from and we're telling you about a few of them in this article.
- Now you only need to find a few minutes to play a game.
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While not as popular as chess, checkers is also a very fun board game to play and when you don’t have a real board, there are a few good websites where you can try a quick game, for free.
For more mobility, you can also find a lot of great apps that you can download on your device, be it a PC, tablet, or smartphone.
But right now we’ll be looking at web-based alternatives to play checkers online.
5 best online checkers games to play with family and friends
To sum up this experience in a few words: just click and play. No registration or fill in forms needed, and no intrusive ads.
You can play either against a computer or share your device with a friend or family member to play against one another.
The website also has seasonal checkers boards, adapted for various seasons or seasonal events such as Halloween or Easter.
This is the classic checkers game offered by Microsoft on their special Game Zone, along with other classic board games such as bridge, chess, or backgammon.
Accessing the game is pretty simple and you can opt to log in with a Microsoft account, for a more personalized experience. Otherwise, you can play without registering and choose the computer as an opponent, or wait for a real opponent to connect.
You receive various ratings, based on your game experience, which can later help you advance in the leaderboard if you’re into rankings.
Another quick-access website to try out your best moves on a checkers board.
The board design is simple and just what is needed for regular checkers games. While there’s no background music, there is sound whenever a player makes a move. You can pause anytime just by changing the browser tab and then resume the game by returning to the tab.
The full-screen option allows you to completely focus on the game.
Math is Fun is an open-source educational website aimed at kids up to 12 years old. It mostly offers Math-related resources according to the current curriculum, as well as free online games that help students train their memory, logic, and useful strategies.
Checkers is, of course, among these games, so this would be a great opportunity to play the game with your kid.
You have three boards to choose from, depending on the difficulty level, as well as three expertise levels, if you play against a computer.
This is a website hosted by Github, so it’s really safe to use. Once again, no registration is necessary and no ads will interfere with your game.
You will always play against a computer since there’s no option to choose another partner. Also, the computer will always tell you what to do if the move is wrong – so this might be a very good option for beginner players.
The site is also a good learning material for various variants of draughts/checkers throughout the world.
As you can imagine, these are just some of the most accessible websites where you can play checkers online. Tell us which is your favorite one, in the comments section below.
FAQ: Read more about playing checkers online
- Can I play checkers online?
Yes, you have a lot of online options to play checkers, no matter your level. If you just want to take a break from your work and play a quick game of checkers, we recommend MSN Games.
- How do you play checkers online with friends?
You have a lot of online options to play checkers online with friends. On most online checkers websites you can opt to play 1:1 against another person, taking turns at your device. Our recommendations would be 247Checkers or Checkers365.com.
- How do you play Draughts online?
First, you find a website where you can play such as Draughts.io. Then, you should know the rules: you can only move diagonally and the game ends when the opponent cannot make a move (because all pieces are blocked, or there are no more pieces left).