Wednesday, June 30, 2021

Fun Online Games to Reduce Stress During the Pandemic

The pandemic hasn't exactly been easy for a social butterfly like myself. I was the type of girl who would go out every night and spend time with her friends to reduce stress and get away from home. But all of that changed when the pandemic hit.

Fast forward to when I moved out of home last month and to when my dad asked to have Syrena stay with them until school starts, and you're stuck with a lonely version of me who is usually lost in her own thoughts and feeling sorry for her lonely self.

Fortunately, with moving out comes better Internet and I am now able to play online games without lagging or getting annoyed by the Internet cutting out. 'Mobile Legends' aside, I have discovered a new website full of online games to enjoy when I need a break from all of the stress at work and life, in general, and whenever boredom strikes: plays.org


plays.org offers hundreds of games across every genre you can possibly think of. There are so many to choose from and the best part is that they're all free of charge. You don't have to download any apps, either. You can just play directly in your web browser for the utmost convenience.

Here are some of my favorite ones that you should try out:

Tetra Blocks


I was a Tetris kid, so it makes sense that this is on my list. I used to have Tetris marathons with my dad and this nostalgic game brings back all of those childhood memories. I love the colors, too. It adds a pop of cuteness to make my day brighter.

Endless Siege


This is a game I've never played before, but I find myself constantly coming back to it. It's an easy game that you can play mindlessly and is perfect for those days when you simply want to clear your mind. You won't get bored playing it, either, because there's always a fun new map and challenge to try out every day.

Zombie Typing


This is going to sound so nerdy of me; but if you know me well, you'll know this is true: I love to type. In fact, I can type 200 words per minute without mistakes. So when I saw this game, I knew I had to try it. And my gahd, it is the utmost stress reliever for me. If typing makes you as happy as it makes me, you need to try out this game. The clackity clack of a mechanical keyboard will make the experience even better if you have one. And oh, did I mention that they brought zombies into the mix? Even better! It's great for kids who need to practice how to type, too... which is what I think it was originally intended for. :p

Check out the rest of the games at play.org here!


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