Five Games to Pass The Time In Coronavirus Lockdown or Self quarantine

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Coronavirus pandemic has really affected the lives of each one of us and marked impact on day to day life. The traffics has reduced in the busiest cities like Bengaluru and has reduced the travel time due to which the rate of pollution has gone down really fast and has made breathing easier. But the lockdown has made life endlessly boring.

All the shows have delayed and with this entertainment and recreation out of reach, here we present the five games you can play on your computer to entertain yourself.

1.Portal/ Portal2

When Valve was its heights of being game studio it was well known in the industry for the intricate experiences it has created. The games always required too much quick thinking and involved much skill.

The entire gameplay of ‘Portal revolves around solving complex puzzles using ‘Portal Guns’. The game has a healthy dose of lore to follow.

Platforms: PC, Xbox 360, Playstation 3

2.Uncharted

‘Unchartered’ is one of the A exclusives of Playstation. It has been the long-running action-adventure series.

The gameplay is about an adventurer with a soul on fire for ancient ruins and hidden treasures, his name is Nathan Drake. Nathan Drake revolves around the world and unearths the pieces of earth along with his friends.

Platforms: Playstation Vita, Playstation 3, Playstation 4

3.Hollow Knight

This game has been recommended before during Steam sales and it still tops our list. It is a Metroidvania where you are playing the role of a silent protagonist. Drawn by the awakening of an ancient plague, he walks into an isolated kingdom of bugs.

The game was made by a small indie studio out of Australia. The game has won several awards for its gameplay, design, animations, and music.

Platforms: Playstation 4, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch

4.Stardew Valley

Stardew Valley is created entirely by one man and it has earned many recognitions.

The game ‘Startdew Valley’ is inspired by ‘Harvest Moon’. It is created by Eric Barone, the gameplay is an endless farming simulator with no actual goal in mind. The player creates their own character and gets a small patch of land and their duty is to turn it on a farm.

Platforms: PC, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, iOS, Playstation 4, Android

5.Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

Nobody expected EA to make good StarWars game after the debacle with Star Wars: Battlefront II. The gameplay is about a Jedi Padawan, Cal Kestis, who is hiding from the Empire’s Inquistorious. She is on the run hiding from a clan led by Darth Vader.

Platforms: PC, Xbox 360, Playstation 4

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