Sunday, July 25, 2021

Play Online Games To Keep My Sanity On Check


The world changes drastically ever since 2 years ago. Most of us has lost our freedom. We can't go travel to rewards our hard work. We have to work from home and kids have to do online studies.  The most unfortunate case, some of us have been away from family and loved ones for years by now. Many people livelihood has been affected with some forcefully lost their job and some even quit the job because it's not easy to work from home. The number of suicidal cases has been increasing in every part of the world. Even as an extremely introverted person, I am personally affected by this global pandemic situation. How on earth, we could stay sane during this community-wide lockdown? 

I started to play online games!

To be honest, I never play online games until early last year. I used to think the online game is a waste of time and only those who are lazy to work play the online game. No hard feeling, my dear online gamer! It all started when the first lockdown started in March 2019. I was jobless and at the same time lost my freedom. I feel like an almost a mental breakdown. I started to be forgetful. I thought I am losing my mind and develop amnesia in my 40s. So I read, and the readings suggested playing some games for mind therapy. I did it for 2 weeks and see the difference. 

Play Games for Mind Therapy

Playing games gives me mind comfort and distraction. I love any games with cooking or farming-related. Any game doesn't require me to think so hard but just plays with the flow.  I know! I know! the game sounds very childish. To my nightmare, cooking games are not just about cooking. It requires lots of time management and anger management skills too. Even though it annoyed me at the early stage, slowly it became fun and addictive too. I noticed my brain was kind of active and able to stay focus. It's a kind of mental exercise. I forgot about the lockdown happening and looking forward to continuing with my life as usual. 

Play Games for Mental Distraction

The online game keeps me away from depression and reduce my anxiety problem. Like I said, I prefer easy games and totally avoid any puzzle, war or fighting games. Then I started to play this one game that requires me to compete with other players from other parts of the world through some event. At first, I totally ignore it completely. Then, one day out of the blue, I compete in one event and end up in first place and won some tokens.  My competitive personality makes me completely hook with the games and end up won the numbers of the tournament too. I feel good about winning and happy with the accomplishment. The online games make me forget about the disaster happening around the world and make me look forward to the next day every day.

Play Games To Develop and Improve Thinking Skills

Then I started to play some battle games. From that game, I end up thinking about the strategy and becoming more like a thinker. It's really fun. I thought battle games are so violent but through this game, I end up becoming more persevering and optimistic. Every day playing games gives me new discoveries and learn a lot from them. I tend to develop skills outside of the box and be more creative in problem-solving to win the battle. 

There are a few things, I hate about online games is the pop-up advertisement and it has to be played on my phone or tablet. It would be great if my fat finger was able to press my keyboard and play it on my desktop browser for my old age sake.

Thank Goodness! A few months ago, I found one awesome free browser-based online game, Most important, all games are unblocked free HTML games which can play directly in the web browser with no app download. What makes me fall in love with is they don't have ads and no retargeting crap online games.

The website is easy to navigate and they constantly adding new games too. Each game comes with a detailed explanation of the games and how to play them. There are many categories of games for you to choose from:

💫 Arcade classic

💫 Awe Shoot!

💫 Cartoon games

💫 Education

💫 Solitaire

💫 Sports games

💫 Retro Pixels

💫 Pinballs

💫 Base defence

💫 Simulation games

 Here are my personal 3 favourite online games from

 1. "Cafe Penguin: Restaurant Serving Simulation Cafe"

This game is suitable for both children and adults. It's based on the popular pizza restaurant game genre but with an arctic twist! You have to serve the demanding customers as fast as possible. There are 25 icy levels and it gets more challenging in each level. This kind of simulation game able you to test out your multitasking and work under pressure kind of environment. 

2. King Rugni Tower Conquest

This is a fun base defence strategy game. You need to place towers in the spots where a tower can be built and start to defeat the enemies. This game really challenging your strategic thinking and emotional intelligence skills.

3. Adventure Time Break The Worm Beat -Em- Up Game

I called this a stress relief game. This game requires you to beat up enemies and use special powers to navigate your way through 3 fun and exciting levels to break the worm. The 36 levels are the Ice Kingdom, Dand's Dungeon and the Candy Kingdom. You have to beat the level to unlock a second harder version of the game called the Nightmare Mode. Totally good to channel the anger here.

I would say the games at are kind of fun and addictive too. It's a totally healing moment while playing their various games. To be honest, I am a big fan of any simulation genre games. 

The most latest craze game for me now is Powerpuff Girls Unordinary Week Beat-em-up Fighting Game. The background music is so upbeat and makes my adrenaline high. This is a fighting based game that challenges your patience and finds the right time to attack the enemy. You can choose your favourite Powerpuff girls. I always go for Blossom. 

I am so glad to find and able to entertain myself to cope with the stay at home situation. If you are facing the same situation as me, check out some exciting online games to channel out your stress and level up to the calm and healing mental state level. 

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