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5 Relaxing Games That Will Ease Stress And Keep You Occupied While Being Stuck at Home

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Whether you want to accept it or not, during these tough times, video games are the best way to kill time even if you arenât a hardcore gamer. We should all be thankful to creators who have created games that appeal to every kind of person. Whether you play on mobile or on a console, it doesnât matter during this lockdown period as people still need to kill time by playing games. However, if you are looking to play games that donât cause too much stress, does not have a high learning curve and can also be relaxing at the same time, weâve got just the list for you. Weâve handpicked five relaxing games that you can play while being stuck at home:

1. Stardew Valley 

Stardew Valley © Medium

This game is a breath of fresh air when it comes to games that can help you relax and keep your mind occupied. The game can be played for endless hours and is perfect for people who want to start a virtual life. You leave behind your city life to start your grandfatherâs farm. You can grow crops, harvest resources and tend to animals in your own farm. At the same time, there are many side activities you can do to contribute to the town of Stardew Valley. If you want to get married to a character in the game you can do that too. From mining to fishing to farming, you can do everything you want to live a rural virtual life.

2. Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Animal Crossing: New Horizons © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla

Weâve already mentioned how Animal Crossing: New Horizons is keeping us sane during this lockdown period but if you happen to own a Nintendo Switch, you can start playing this game right away. Some are even calling this game the perfect gift to humanity during this lockdown period. The game is very similar to Stardew Valley but has its own distinct art style. It is a social simulation game that offers fun gameplay, daily goals to achieve and build your dream island. The gameâs soothing music will help you relax and enjoy the game the way the developers intended to.

3. Where Cards Fall

Where Cards Fall © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla

Exclusive to Apple Arcade, this coming of age game is addicting yet relaxing to play. You have to manipulate cards that can stack, expand and float to solve puzzles with your fingertips. Each puzzle takes place in a dreamlike stage filled with details and colours. The game has a story but the real star here is the way you interact with the cards to make bridges and houses that aid you in clearing a level. The music also plays a big role in the game as it is meant to relax the player with soft sounds and calm tones. The entire package makes the game extremely immersive, which is why we recommend you play this game with headphones. 

4. Minecraft 

Minecraft © Mojang

Minecraft is probably the highest selling game in the world today and for good reason. It is by far the best sandbox game you can play where you can build absolutely anything. You just need to have a good imagination and you can build anything in this game. Minecraft is also used as a teaching tool in schools thanks to the nature of its gameplay. The game is available on almost every platform and you can get a copy of the game for as low as Rs 200. 

5. Forza Horizon 4 

Forza Horizon 4 © Forza Motorsport

Who knew a racing game could be relaxing to play, but Forza Horizon 4 is the perfect game to drive and relax at the same time. So what if you canât step out for a drive, you can always go on a drive in Forza Horizon 4 and it looks extremely realistic too. You can either race or drive classic cars at normal speeds in the expansive open world. The game also has a fantastic soundtrack in the form of radio channels that appeals to everyone's music taste. The world also has its own season cycle where you can experience the beautiful vistas virtually. 


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