5 Best Mobile Games To Play To Spend Your Free Time At Home

The year 2020 has not been too kind for us to endure the COVID-19 pandemic. We are required to wear face masks, stay at home at all times unless necessary, sanitize frequently, adhere to social distancing, and many more precautions to take as to not be infected by the lethal virus. Due to a drastic spike in the number of COVID-19 cases reaching its highest mark of over 4000 cases, the second Movement Control Order (MCO 2.0) make its return with a stricter operation. It is worth mentioning that staying at one place for too long can cause boredom and makes you question every day what you should do besides doing house chores and feeding your cats. 

If you are always on your phone and need a change, there are a myriad of gaming apps available for you to play to get your itchy hands to polish your gaming knowledge. Keep reading this article to introduce yourself to the five best mobile games to play to spend your free time at home after a long working hour of social media and marketing in Malaysia to distract yourself from the endless boredom. 

  1. Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp

Animal Crossing has been a cheerful game since its debut in 2001. With the new Animal Crossing release in 2020, fans are ecstatic to get their hands on the long-awaited game where they can enjoy being able to control every aspect of their life and set up their own town. Animal Crossing: New Horizon is a hot thing in the gaming market, but a Nintendo Switch is needed to play it. No need to worry if you do not have a Nintendo Switch because there is a bite-sized version of the game in the Play Store, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp so that you are able to run your own campsite and interact with the mascot of the series, Tom Nook and K.K. Slider.

  1. Wordscapes

If you are up for something productive, Wordscapes can enhance your English vocabulary.  The game of language has a plethora of words to construct from the random letters given to you for brainstorming and leveling up your rank. Who knows, maybe you can reach up to a thousand levels if you work hard on creating the words.  

  1. Minecraft

Does this game require any further explanation? You are provided the freedom to do whatever you can in the open world as your canvas to build it according to your creative imagination. All you need is to lie down, open the game and you are good to go!

  1. Stardew Valley

Are you an RPG fan? Stardew Valley allows you to imagine living in the countryside without anything complicated other than farming and roaming. 

  1. Fortnite

Fornite started out small, then later snatch many awards to date. It is so fun to play especially when you are an adventurous type! You can play online with your friends while self-isolation so that you do not feel alone.