Top easy-to-learn games to play with non-gamer friends (part 2)

5. Pummel Party

Pummel Party is the perfect party game developed and published by Rebuilt Games. You can play with your friends in groups of four to eight players. Pummel Party is a collection of fun and competitive mini games that you and your friends can enjoy for hours. Dig three dimensionally in Sandy Search to find the treasure, and ensure you are not holding the bomb as it goes off in Explosive Exchange.

Pummel Party is available on Steam for $14.99.

6. BattleBlock Theater

Developed and published by The Behemoth, BattleBlock Theater is an absurd, funny and challenging game that you can play solo, or even better, co-op with another friend. You can’t escape this theater. All you can do is to jump on stage, solve puzzles and battle through a mysterious theater inhabited by highly technological felines. BattleBlock Theater puts you in a stupid and hilarious world that you can’t get enough of. But lucky for you, there is another gem from The Behemoth in this list, coming right up!

BattleBlock Theater is available on Steam for $14.99.

7. Castle Crashers

Castle Crashers is another game developed by The Behemoth. In addition to an intriguing campaign, the game has a fun PvP multiplayer arena that you can compete with your friends and enjoy the cartoonish art style and funny characters of the game. Either way you prefer to play, this is a great game to introduce to your friends.

Castle Crashers is available on Steam for $14.99.

8. Don’t Starve Together

If you haven’t heard about Don’t Starve, you have missed out on one of the best indie games of the last five years. Don’t Starve Together is the stand-alone multiplayer version of this popular survival game developed and published by Klei Entertainment. Play with your friends and explore the wilderness of the game, gather resources and face different challenges. The goal of the game is obvious: don’t starve!

You can buy two copies of Don’t Starve Together from Steam for $14.99.