- Snapchat includes a library of multiplayer games within its chat pages.
- To start a game, tap the rocket icon when you’re chatting with a friend or group.
- You can even continue chatting when you’re with your friend in a Snapchat game.
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While you probably use the Snapchat app for chat as well as voice and video calls, you can also use it to enjoy various games.
Here’s everything there is to know about the “hidden” feature of Snapchat Games.
Snapchat has a library of built-in games
Snapchat Games are designed as another way to stay connected with your friends. They are usually short, simple multiplayer games designed for two or more players.
You can browse and launch Snapchat Games from within the Snapchat app. These are an extension of the chat page, so you can easily start a game while chatting with someone. While these games are relatively simple, you can earn points and rewards that usually carry over between sessions.
Snapchat Games debuted in 2019 and Snap has been steadily adding new titles to the collection since its launch. There are currently about four dozen games to choose from on Snapchat.
how to play snapchat game
- In the Snapchat app, tap the Chats tab at the bottom of the screen.
- Tap the friend or group you want to play with.
- Carry on the conversation as you normally would. When you’re ready to start the game, tap the rocket icon next to the text field.
- In the list of available games, touch the game you want to start.
- Once the game starts, your friend (or everyone else in the party) gets a notification and can also tap the icon to play.
Once in the game, you have a few options:
- To chat. You can continue chatting with your friend using the chat field at the bottom of the screen.
- Set up the game. You can set options in many games by tapping on the three-line menu at the bottom right of the screen.
- Salida. To quit the game, tap the chat icon at the bottom of the screen to the left of the text field, then tap Quit on the pop-up.
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