LOCKDOWN GAMES

People all around the world are stuck inside their houses due to the coronavirus outbreak. It has been more than two months now that we are quarantined and spending all our time inside our homes, with our family. All this while, our busy work schedules never allow us to pause for a while and enjoy some quality time with our loved ones. However, with this lockdown, we have all the time to connect with our loved ones and make some special memories. Say goodbye to your phone for a while, travel back in time and live those days again. Utilise this time to make some special memories with your loved ones, relive those days when you spent quality time with your family and enjoyed fun games with your kids. This is one silver lining of the coronavirus outbreak, you have got time to spend with your family and you shouldn’t let it go.

Card Game:
You can play so many fun card games with your deck of cards. The card game is enjoyed by everyone and the perfect way to pass time. This doesn’t really have any fixed rules and can be played between all the members of the family to a minimum 2 members. There are different games you can play like rummy, teen patti, patte pe patta, satti paan, blackjack among others.
Monopoly:
This classic board game has been a family-favourite for ages. You roll a dice to move around the game board. The board is littered with trades to be made and properties to be purchased and developed. You collect money as rent, as well as for the properties sold and while trading. You can even go to jail on the board. The aim is to drive your opponent to bankruptcy. The online Monopoly is fun too. You can invite more players, and you do not have to deal with physical pieces; hence, there is no chance of making a mess. It is a fun and engaging game that you can play with your family during the lockdown.
Uno:
UNO- the card game that is loved by all! You can play with physical cards or enjoy the online version. The game has different colours and cards with numbers and some special cards. The aim is to finish your cards before the others. It is a fun game that can generate excitement on an otherwise dull evening.
Ludo:
This game has caught quite the fancy ever since the lockdown announce. It takes the much loved classic games online. You can join three others in an online match. The online Ludo games also have the in-game chat feature wherein you can tease the losers or gossip as you play. It is a great way to connect with friends and family, especially for those who are staying away. You can also play by using the ludo board with your family.
Pubg:
Well, who does not know about PUBG! Unless you’ve been living under a rock. This prominent online multiplayer battle royale game lets you fight for survival on an island with 99 other rivals. Ambush your enemies, formulate winning strategies, and be the last man standing because then it’s ‘Winner Winner Chicken Dinner’ all the way!
Chess:
We can play chess game with our family and Chess is a two-player board game using a chessboard and sixteen pieces of six types for each player. Each type of piece moves in a distinct way. The object of the game is to checkmate the opponent’s king. A game can also end in a draw in several ways.