Studying from a book can be so monotonous, while you may feel silly for doing it, as though you’re too old – there’s no shame in enjoying your time learning a language. One can only watch so many Youtube videos! If games are what you’re looking for here are 5 websites to help you find a game in the language you’re learning.

1. Digital Dialects

Digital dialects is a conglomerate of many different types of games in many different languages. Digital dialects is a great resource if you’re a beginner, as many of the games are focused on elementary level material. Some of the games are about clothes, food, and basic phrases.

2. Hello World

Hello World is another website that covers many different languages, this is once again a fantastic resource for a beginner or someone who just enjoys a good puzzle and is looking for a challenge. For certain languages, such as French, there are more than 700 options for games and activities!

3. Rockalingua

Rockalingua is focused on Spanish and has some games and activities that would require a little more experience with the language. They have games covering topics such as numbers but also games covering the vocabulary for cleaning or certain holidays.

4. Influent

Influent is a game from popular gaming platform; Steam. This is a great option for those who prefer an interactive video game. Offering 14 languages at the moment, you can learn more than one through this game as they offer all other languages as downloadable content.

5. Lingo Arcade

Lingo Arcade offers a multitude of mobile apps intended to help you learn the fundamentals of a new language in three weeks. They use games to help you learn and keep you engaged and what’s great is that no cell service is required to use the app, you can do this even in the tunnels of the subway!

What apps or games have worked for you? Let us know in the comments down below!