Five New Things to Try During the Coronavirus Extended Lockdown

People around the globe are trying a new weapon against coronavirus – their smartphones. It is the best defense against insanity during the coronavirus extended lockdown. Since it is a period of survival and no rat race to stay all-productive, do something that satisfies you. Try these five mobile games to stay sane and entertained:

1. Ludo Star

Ludo, a very popular and conventional board game, will hold your attention for as long as it can. The game is addictive and takes you back in your childhood days. Ludo Star can be played alone or with your gang, and it certainly needs a correct strategy for you to win.

2. BlockuDoku

For the love of board games and if you are not a Ludo Fan, yes, so many of us are not, then the BlockuDoku block puzzle is a perfect choice. It is a mix of Sudoku and blocks, giving you the best of both the worlds. If you enjoy being on your own, you will love this game. The objective of BlockuDoku is to make lines or boxes to keep the board clean. The cleaner the board, the higher your scores. Just play it a few times, and you will get the hang of it.

3. Cooking Diary

Your character in this game aims to be right on its toes in cooking and serving delicious meals to the customers. Just give it a go, and who knows it arouses the cook in you! Beware, you can get your food burning or the customers angry if the service is not prompt and as expected.

4. Alto’s Odyssey

You may feel the Alto’s Odyssey is an easy game, but as you proceed, it gets pretty challenging. It offers appealing visuals and sandboarding adventures through unexplored horizons and vivacious background score. It is a sequel to Alto’s Adventure and is absolutely addictive. You have to play it to believe it.

5. Habbo

Create your avatar, gain coins, fund your friends, take part in events, or just build your own amazing space. You do not have any objective in this game – it is simply a virtual world on your phone, and you can do whatever you like without the coronavirus scare bothering you.

So channel your inner player, and try your hands on these fantastic mobile games. Develop your skills while staying low key during the lockdown. Our top pick is the BlockuDoku block puzzle for a relaxing evening and Cooking Diary for a lazy afternoon post-lunch. Let us know your favorites. We would love to hear from you!

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