These 2 games are called "Dots" and "Flip Up Multiplication." Each game is played in pairs and supports students as they develop their multiplication fact fluency.
In DOTS, students work in pairs and roll dice to determine how many groups/amount in each group they have, write an equation and then figure out the product. They work together and the player with the highest score (sum of all the products) after 5 rounds, wins. Students love this game because it involves a lot of kinesthetics- rolling dice and drawing the circles/dots on whiteboards (or paper if you do not have)
In Flip Up Multiplication, Each player flips over a card from their pile. The first player to call out the correct product between the 2 numbers gets to collect the flipped over cards. If a player calls out the wrong answer, the other player gets the cards. Players continue until all the cards have all been flipped over. The winner is the player with the most cards at the end.
Both these games are great for math centers, independent partner work or small group instruction and are a very engaging way for students to develop and retain their multiplication facts!