Top Five Games That You Can Play To Pass Your Time During Quarantine

With the Coronavirus at play, we are stuck in our houses, with a lot of free time on our hands. Amidst work from home and online classes, where everyone needs to keep their network stable with the help of, we all deserve something to ease out the pressure built up owing to the global pandemic.

The quarantine period can be considered as an ideal time to bond with your family and also learn something new, all during staying home to keep oneself safe. What better way would there be to bond with our loved ones than playing some good old board games to perk up the otherwise dull schedule of quarantine? To help you out with this, we have compiled a list of the top five games that can be played during the quarantine. So gather your family members, huddle up over a super-fun board game, and beat the quarantine blues.
UNO by Mattel games is a classic shedding card game, which was created in 1971 by Merle Robbins, in Reading, Ohio. It involves matching the card in hand to the one on the top of the deck by color or number. The 112 card deck consists of 25 cards of each color (red, green, blue, and yellow), wild cards, and individual action cards like skips, reverses, draw twos, and so on.

Use these unique action cards for some game-changing tricks. The first one to get rid of all their cards is the winner. This is an addictive board game that is assured to give you a good time, and sometimes a few silly fights and arguments may also ensue.
Ludo/ Snakes and Ladders:
These games demand no introduction as almost everyone of all age groups has at least once involved in a play session with these games. Originated from an ancient Indian game, Pachisi, various versions of which have been played through the ages and is currently known as Ludo.

Snakes and ladders is also an Indian game developed by a saint in the 13th century. Roll the dice and indulge in the chase to see who reaches the destination first, and with a few shortcuts along the way, these games bring the excitement back into the house in the simplest ways.
Give your mind some exercise with this fantastic thought-inducing board game. Invented by New York City architect Alfred Mosher Butts in 1933, it consists of a board and about 100 plastic tiles with one letter each. It was formerly called Lexico by its inventor and then Criss Cross Words.

National scrabble day is also celebrated on April 13th, which shows how popular the game is. Test your knowledge of words by building up a crossword, gain higher points by forming two or more interlocking words at the same time.
Card games:
Let’s not forget the old fashioned card games when it comes to bringing up some excitement into the house. Initially created by the Chinese, playing cards are now a favorite all over the world, and various versions of the game like Bluff, Rummy, etc. are played now. Spice up your evening with a steaming hot cup of tea and an indulging match of cards with your family.
If you are missing traveling while in quarantine, then Monopoly is the game for you. Initially called The Landlord’s Game, Monopoly was created by an American woman, Elizabeth Magie, in 1903. It is now published by Parker Brothers, a subsidiary of Hasbro.

Named after the economic concept of Monopoly, where a single entity dominates the market, it involves buying and trading of properties using play money. Play this game to assert your dominion in business by owning the most significant number of properties and also be ensured of an amazing around the world experience at the same time by just sitting in your house.

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