Free Skip-Bo Games to Play on the Computer

by Lori D. Fairchild

Skip-Bo is a card game where players build sequential piles of cards while trying to get rid of their stockpiles. The first player to play all the cards in his stockpile wins the game. Skip-Bo Castaway Caper is a popular online version of the card game that includes a storyline where you save the island from a volcanic eruption by winning Skip-Bo hands. Prospective players can find it at several game sites.

Gamehouse.com

Gamehouse.com offers Skip-Bo Castaway Caper as part of its game lineup. You can play for free online; you don’t need a login ID or password. Gamehouse also has a free downloadable version of the game that allows for more levels of game play.

Retro64.com

At Retro64.com, you’ll need to download the game to play it. The free download version is a limited version of the game. To get the complete game, you’ll have to pay. If you want to download the game at Retro64, simply click the “Download Free” button. The site will not ask you for personal information or a username and password.

MyLifetime.com

MyLifetime.com offers both a free online version of Skip-Bo Castaway Caper and a free download that allows users to play the full game for 60 minutes. The online version is a short version with limited features available.

Astatix

At Astatix you can find a limited version of Skip-Bo Castaway Caper available in a free download. The site allows you to download the game without asking for any personal information. No logins or site registration are needed.

HP Games

HP Games offers the ability to download Skip-Bo Castaway Caper for free. The site allows free downloads without collecting personal information or requiring you to register with the site.

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About the Author

Based in suburban Kansas City, Lori Fairchild has been writing and editing for 15 years, primarily for trade publications. Her work has been published in "The Packer" and "Ingram's" magazine. She has bachelor's degrees from the University of Missouri in journalism and history as well as a master's in library science.

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