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Top 7 games like Among Us that you should check out

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Released in 2018, by an American game studio InnerSloth, Among Us is currently at the top of the free games list on both Android and iOS as well as achieved the 11th most popular game title by player count on Steam. It is a unique mystery-murder style game that has attracted attention and became a popular game amongst Streamers and Youtubers. 

However, being one of the most popular games on Twitch and trending all over social media has unsurprisingly made way for alternatives to the market. And if Among US wasn’t enough in your books to break friendships quicker than Uno ever could, here we’ve narrowed down a list of the top seven games similar to Among Us.

Also, if you were wondering if Among Us 2 has been cancelled or is it releasing anytime soon, click on our article linked below to see what’s up.

Also read: Is Among Us 2 cancelled? Here is what Innersloth has to say


Developer: Baseline | Size: 20 GB | Price: Free

Developed by Baseline, Deceit is the game of trust, deception, and cooperation within which you’re either innocent or an infected one. If you wake up innocent, you need to complete tasks and escape but if you are infected one, you need to stop innocent players from escaping. But unfortunately, unlike other multiplayer games, you are forced to work together with strangers at the moment as you can’t yet create custom games with your friends; the matchmaking is random.

Moreover, it’s a first-person perspective game that proves to be highly thrilling that gives you an altogether different experience with better graphics and different themes. It’s a bit resource-intensive but worth trying for sure if your machine can handle the load.

  • RAM: 8 GB (Minimum); 16 GB (Recommended)
  • Processor: Intel Core i3 / AMD Ryzen 3 (Minimum); Intel Core i5 / AMD Ryzen 5 or higher (Recommended)
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti / AMD Radeon R7 265 (Minimum); NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 / AMD Radeon R9 290X or higher (Recommended)
  • Platforms: Windows
You can find Deceit here

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Project Winter

Developer: Other Ocean Interactive | Size: 3 GB | Price: INR 529

It is one of the finest and classic survival games developed by Other Ocean Interactive. With the elements of traitor and deception, you have to escape the level by collecting resources, repairing structures, and defeating wild animals. Out of the eight players, one of them will be a traitor whose intention is to stop the survivor from escaping by any means necessary.

  • RAM: 4 GB (Minimum); 8 GB (Recommended)
  • Processor: AMD FX-6300 / 3rd or 4th gen i3 (Minimum); i5 6600 (Recommended)
  • Graphics: GTX 660 Ti / HD 7870 (Minimum); GTX 970 (Recommended)
  • Platforms: Windows
You can find Project Winter here

Secret Neighbor

Developer: Hologryph, Dynamic Pixels | Size: 5 GB | Price: INR 529

Here, we have a group of intruders who try to rescue their friend from the neighbour’s creepy house. Meanwhile, there is one of the intruders who is the neighbour in disguise. So, you have to identify the neighbour or if you are in disguise you have to catch them all.

  • RAM: 6 GB (Minimum); 8 GB (Recommended)
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-3330 3.0 GHz, AMD FX-8300 3.3 GHz (Minimum); Intel Core i5-4690 3.5 GHz, AMD Ryzen 3 1300X 3.5 GHz (Recommended)
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760, Radeon R9 270 (Minimum); NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060, Radeon RX 580 (Recommended)
  • Platforms: Windows, Xbox
You can find Secret Neighbor here

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Town Of Salem

Developer: BlankMediaGames | Size: 3 GB | Price: INR 259

The theme of this game is unique in which each player is assigned one of the forty-eight unique roles having their abilities and goals. This game operates in a day-night cycle where during daytime players execute the person they doubt and in the night time, murderers and robberies take place.

  • RAM: 2 GB (Minimum)
  • Processor: 2 Ghz (Minimum)
  • Platforms: Windows, Mac, iOS, Android
You can find Town of Salem here


Developer: FakeFish Undertow Games | Size: 1 GB | Price: INR 349

The game is set in the 2D submarine simulator beneath the ocean. It has a pinch of horror that you have to survive by clearing difficult tasks and various missions to test your instinct at trust and deception as one of your crew members is a traitor. 

  • RAM: 4 GB (Minimum); 8 GB (Recommended)
  • Processor: Dual Core 2.4 GHz (Minimum);  Quad Core 3.0 GHz (Recommended)
  • Graphics: 2 GB memory (dedicated VRAM or shared RAM), Shader Model 2.0+ (Minimum); GeForce GTX 950 or Radeon R9 370 or equivalent with at least 2 GB VRAM(Recommended)
  • Platforms: Windows, Mac, Linux
You can find Barotrauma here

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Enemy On Board

Developer: Windwalk Games, Windwalk Games Cooperation | Size: 1 GB | Price: Free

 It is about casually intriguing your crew member while you run around a spaceship in which two people are shape-shifting aliens who have infiltrated the spaceship. The game for every player aims to kill the suspected one and try to figure out the other side.

  • RAM: 4 GB (Minimum)
  • Processor:  Any dual core processor (Minimum)
  • Graphics: Any dedicated GPU (Minimum)
  • Platforms: Windows
You can find Enemy On Board here

Unfortunate Spacemen

Developer: Geoff ‘Zag’ Keene, Sandswept Studios, Geoff Keene | Size: 11 GB | Price: Free

It is a similar premise to other imposter games on the list with dark and horror themes. Here the shape-shifting monster can choose one of your crew-mates to lay traps and sabotage others in disguise.

  • RAM: 4 GB (Minimum); 8 GB (Recommended)
  • Processor: 2.4 GHz Dual Core Processor or Higher (Minimum);  2.4 GHZ Quad Core Processor Or Higher (Recommended)
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 470 GTX or Equivalent (Minimum); Geforce GTX 960 Or Equivalent (Recommended)
  • Platforms: Windows
You can find Unfortunate Spacemen here

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Yatharth Singh

Yatharth is the Marketing Head at Candid.Technology. He sometimes writes about Apple, Gaming and Social Platforms and also indulges in offbeat tech stuff from time to time. Contact Yatharth via email:

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