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Here Are Some Games To Play With Family During Lockdown

Here are some games to play with family that will help you be entertained and socialize with everyone at home.

It's officially time that you spend some time with your family - you really have no way out. Sometimes, it can difficult to bond or keep yourself occupied - so here are some games to play with family that will help you be entertained and socialize with everyone at home.

You can also play some of these games with your friends - online multiplayer games that can help you "hangout" with your friends.

1. Monopoly

Monopoly is a classic "kill time" game and it wouldn’t be surprising us if it became a classic quarantine game as well. Everyone knows the rules, so there won't be any explaining. Of all the games to play with family, this one is the easiest and most competitive. Who knows, maybe with all this extra time we have, we’ll actually finish a few games.

2. Uno

Again, one of the pretty standard games to play with family - simple rules, very competitive and a lot of made-up rules. Plus now, Uno has a lot of variations in its games. Uno dark, Uno Harry Potter, Uno dare and a whole lot of other variations. So get a deck you like, and play away!

3. Quiz Up

Just grab some drinks, challenge a friend, and download Quiz Up. The app tests your knowledge of random subjects ranging from Harry Potter trivia to Indian history. Each quiz is pretty short, only seven questions long, and you only have 10 seconds to answer each question. The faster you answer, the more points you can get. Of all the games to play with family, this one is online but still a lot of fun!

4. Draw Something

This is basically Pictionary, but online. Two players take turns drawing a picture to convey the word for their partner to guess. The person drawing is provided three random words, ranked by difficulty (a star is easier to draw than a lion), earning one to three coins if their partner guesses correctly. This is a really fun game to play with your friends and family when you're bored.

5. Psych!

Now that everyone is self-quarantined, it is difficult to play bluff games. But Psych! helps you out with that. The game is pretty simple - choose from a number of categories, make up an answer to a question, and hope that your friends believe your answer is the real one. The more friends you convince, the more points you get. This game has gained so much popularity over the quarantine period that the game even broke down for a while.

Enjoy these games with your family and make sure you don't get bored during this lockdown!

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Here Are Some Games To Play With Family During Lockdown

Here are some games to play with family that will help you be entertained and socialize with everyone at home.

It's officially time that you spend some time with your family - you really have no way out. Sometimes, it can difficult to bond or keep yourself occupied - so here are some games to play with family that will help you be entertained and socialize with everyone at home.

You can also play some of these games with your friends - online multiplayer games that can help you "hangout" with your friends.

1. Monopoly

Monopoly is a classic "kill time" game and it wouldn’t be surprising us if it became a classic quarantine game as well. Everyone knows the rules, so there won't be any explaining. Of all the games to play with family, this one is the easiest and most competitive. Who knows, maybe with all this extra time we have, we’ll actually finish a few games.

2. Uno

Again, one of the pretty standard games to play with family - simple rules, very competitive and a lot of made-up rules. Plus now, Uno has a lot of variations in its games. Uno dark, Uno Harry Potter, Uno dare and a whole lot of other variations. So get a deck you like, and play away!

3. Quiz Up

Just grab some drinks, challenge a friend, and download Quiz Up. The app tests your knowledge of random subjects ranging from Harry Potter trivia to Indian history. Each quiz is pretty short, only seven questions long, and you only have 10 seconds to answer each question. The faster you answer, the more points you can get. Of all the games to play with family, this one is online but still a lot of fun!

4. Draw Something

This is basically Pictionary, but online. Two players take turns drawing a picture to convey the word for their partner to guess. The person drawing is provided three random words, ranked by difficulty (a star is easier to draw than a lion), earning one to three coins if their partner guesses correctly. This is a really fun game to play with your friends and family when you're bored.

5. Psych!

Now that everyone is self-quarantined, it is difficult to play bluff games. But Psych! helps you out with that. The game is pretty simple - choose from a number of categories, make up an answer to a question, and hope that your friends believe your answer is the real one. The more friends you convince, the more points you get. This game has gained so much popularity over the quarantine period that the game even broke down for a while.

Enjoy these games with your family and make sure you don't get bored during this lockdown!

Culture

Here Are Some Games To Play With Family During Lockdown

Here are some games to play with family that will help you be entertained and socialize with everyone at home.

It's officially time that you spend some time with your family - you really have no way out. Sometimes, it can difficult to bond or keep yourself occupied - so here are some games to play with family that will help you be entertained and socialize with everyone at home.

You can also play some of these games with your friends - online multiplayer games that can help you "hangout" with your friends.

1. Monopoly

Monopoly is a classic "kill time" game and it wouldn’t be surprising us if it became a classic quarantine game as well. Everyone knows the rules, so there won't be any explaining. Of all the games to play with family, this one is the easiest and most competitive. Who knows, maybe with all this extra time we have, we’ll actually finish a few games.

2. Uno

Again, one of the pretty standard games to play with family - simple rules, very competitive and a lot of made-up rules. Plus now, Uno has a lot of variations in its games. Uno dark, Uno Harry Potter, Uno dare and a whole lot of other variations. So get a deck you like, and play away!

3. Quiz Up

Just grab some drinks, challenge a friend, and download Quiz Up. The app tests your knowledge of random subjects ranging from Harry Potter trivia to Indian history. Each quiz is pretty short, only seven questions long, and you only have 10 seconds to answer each question. The faster you answer, the more points you can get. Of all the games to play with family, this one is online but still a lot of fun!

4. Draw Something

This is basically Pictionary, but online. Two players take turns drawing a picture to convey the word for their partner to guess. The person drawing is provided three random words, ranked by difficulty (a star is easier to draw than a lion), earning one to three coins if their partner guesses correctly. This is a really fun game to play with your friends and family when you're bored.

5. Psych!

Now that everyone is self-quarantined, it is difficult to play bluff games. But Psych! helps you out with that. The game is pretty simple - choose from a number of categories, make up an answer to a question, and hope that your friends believe your answer is the real one. The more friends you convince, the more points you get. This game has gained so much popularity over the quarantine period that the game even broke down for a while.

Enjoy these games with your family and make sure you don't get bored during this lockdown!

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