Hello gamers, did you hear about AARP games? If yes, you already know how beautiful is the game collection.

Those who are still unaware of AARP games, continue reading till the end.

In this blog, we will reveal the 7 most popular AARP games. Before starting, let me tell you about AARP.

What is AARP?

AARP is the acronym of the American Association of Retired Persons. This is a non-profit organization, that helps aged people (50+) in different ways. This organization’s holistic approach helps aged Americans live a happy and engaged life.

A 50 or older aged people can be a member of AARP only for a small fee of $16 per year. For the auto-renewal payment option, the fee will be 25% less—only $12 per year.

Benefits of AARP Membership:

The members can get a discount on the following purposes:

  • Medical Insurance
  • Health & Wellness
  • Shopping
  • Travel
  • Entertainment
  • Restaurants
  • Auto Services
  • Gas
  • Technology
  • Home & Real Estate.

What are AARP Games?

AARP provides a collection of online games on the official website. To sharpen their skills & live an engaging life, AARP encourages older people to play the games. Though anyone can play those games, some are available only for the members.

If you visit the game section of the official website (https://games.aarp.org/), you will find different categories of the games, like:

  • All
  • Mahjongg
  • Word & Trivia
  • Atari® & Retro
  • Rewards
  • Members Only
  • Staying Sharp
  • Arcade
  • Card
  • Puzzles
  • Solitaire
  • Strategy
  • Juegos
  • Daily
  • Recently Played

Benefits of AARP games:

Keeping the brain active: Some of the cognitive functions of the brain become weaker with the growing age. AARP games, especially puzzle, crossword & strategy games help the brain to stay active.

Entertainment: A very sad reality is that we can’t spend more time with the elderly due to our busy schedules. So, they felt lonely & frustrated. By playing AARP games, seniors can have a joyful time.

Stress Relief: Fun games are always a stress reliever. There are many fun games on the AARP website you can play.

Rewards: Here comes the most important part. By playing AARP games, members can collect reward points. Those points can be redeemed & used to get subsidies on different purchases, and buying gift cards.

Here is the list of the top 7 games provided by AARP:

Popular AARP Games Infographic

1. Mahjongg Candy

Mahjongg Candy

Mahjongg Candy is a strategic game offered by AARP. As one of the most popular games on their platform, Mahjongg Candy offers endless hours of entertainment.

This game is designed for players of all ages. The game is very simple: match identical candy tiles to clear them from the board. After each successful match, you’ll uncover new tiles and reveal delicious treats that will satisfy your sweet tooth.

Except for mahjongg candy, you can also try Holiday Mahjongg Dimensions – especially for this festive season, Mahjongg Dark Dimensions, and Mahjongg Solitaire.

2. Daily Crossword

Daily Crossword  AARP Game

Are you ready to exercise your brain and have some fun? Look no further than the Daily Crossword game offered by AARP. This classic word puzzle game is not only entertaining but also a great way to keep your mind sharp and engaged.

The AARP Daily Crossword game provides a daily dose of mental stimulation, allowing you to challenge yourself with new puzzles every day. Whether you’re a crossword enthusiast or just looking for a way to pass the time, this game offers something for everyone.

With its user-friendly interface and intuitive design, the AARP Daily Crossword game makes it easy to jump right in and start solving. The clues are cleverly crafted, ensuring that each puzzle is both challenging and rewarding.

3. 8 Ball Pool:

8 Ball Pool AARP Game

8 Ball Pool is one of the most played online games. It has a pool board, a pool cue, a cue ball, and other 15-object balls. Two players can play this game. All the 15 balls are numbered as 1 to 15. 1 to 7 are solid color marked and 9 to 15 marked balls are stripe colored. One player needs to pocket solid colored balls & the other player must pocket the striped colored balls. After pocketing 7 balls one can legally pocket the 8th ball and win the game.

Below the game player window, you will find the top scorer of the week & the month of 8 ball pool. AARP offers a similar game called 9 ball pool, that is played with 9 object balls. You can try this game too.

4. Classic Solitaire:

Classic Solitaire

No card game is better than solitaire for showcasing your skill. There are different types of solitaire games. But classic solitaire is the most played and famous among them. The basic rule is almost the same for all the solitaire games. You need to remove all the cards from the table by matching the sequence. The sequence looks like(K, Q, J,10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2, A).

Like other games, there is a scorecard for monthly & weekly high scorers. You can try different types of solitaire games on the AARP game page. Some are free for all & others for members only.

  • Addiction Solitaire
  • Canfield Solitaire(Members Only)
  • Classic Solitaire
  • Crescent Solitaire
  • Forty Thieves Solitaire
  • FreeCell Solitaire
  • Golf Solitaire
  • Klondike Solitaire
  • Pyramid Solitaire
  • The Daily Solitaire
  • Tripeaks Solitaire

5. Chess:

Chess Online Game

It is a game that has been played for more than 1500 years. Now, you can play it online at the AARP website. It’s a game of strategy & skill. To sharpen your brain there is no game as good as chess. All of us have quite an extent of knowledge about chess. Just a quick reminder:

A chess board is a 64-square boxed board with 8 rows & columns. Chess is played by 2 players. The first row of each player consists:

2 Rook in both the corner, 2 Knight, 2 Bishop, 1 queen & 1 King. The 2nd row of each player consists of 8 Pawns.

Each of the elements has different moving rules. For more information visit this page: https://www.chess.com/terms/chess-pieces

However, chess is one of the most played AARP games. AARP also provides other strategy games like:

  • Jewel Shuffle
  • Landing Party
  • Lumeno(Members Only)
  • Mathdoku(Members Only)
  • Number Pop- Staying Sharp(Members Only)
  • Outspell
  • Path Finder(Members Only)

6. Spider Solitaire:

Spider Solitaire Online Game

A timeless single-player card game that requires skill & thinking ability. This game is played with 104 cards( 2 decks). The name is inspired by the eight legs of a spider, as this game is played with 8 tableau of cards. Players arrange cards in descending order to create stacks of the same suit, aiming to clear the tableau and build complete suit sequences. The sequence is like: King, Queen, Jack, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, Ace.

7. 10×10:

10x10 AARP Game

It is a puzzle game that challenges players to strategically place and match colorful blocks within a 10×10 grid. With no time pressure, the game encourages thoughtful decision-making to maximize points and clear rows and columns. Different shapes of blocks are provided to place and clear rows & columns. Besides 10×10, you can try other puzzle games like 2048, and Jigsaw on the AARP website.