Build Skills and Have Fun with These Games You Can Play From Home
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If you thought gaming was only for the nerds, you couldn’t be further from the truth. Board games, video games, mobile games, have all seen a rise in adoption in recent years and the trend isn’t going away anywhere. As many of us spend time indoors, it’s a great idea to turn off the television and indulge in some games. Not only is this a great way to unwind, but it also serves an intellectual function. Games help your mind develop agility, improve your reflexes, strengthen decision-making abilities, and more. So, without further ado, here is a list of different kinds of games we hope you will enjoy
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp – A rage in mobile gaming, this is a free-to-start game, with in-app purchases available. Welcomed to rave reviews, Animal Crossing allows players to escape to a campsite where they collect critters, decorate their cabins, or worry about the fruits they hope will ripen soon. Underneath these seemingly small worries, lies the game’s main objective; to build the best campgrounds possible. With superior graphics, a calming vibe, and enhanced interactivity, this game will keep you engaged for a long time in the pursuit of creating your ideal world for yourself and your animal friends.
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Skribbl.io – This free multiplayer drawing and guessing game is available on your browser and is fun to play. Set up a private room and invite your friends. The game gives prompts for one person to draw and others to guess. You can also choose to enter your custom words instead of what the game gives you. This is a great game to play to expand your creativity, whether in drawing or guessing.
Clue – In this classic detective game, players move from room to room trying to solve a murder mystery. Players use deductive reasoning to move the game forward, so it’s great for those who enjoy untangling a knot! Called a ‘must-have’ by reviewers, this game is fun for kids and adults alike.