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  1. chict says

    There are in-app games such as Heads Up, basically virtual charades, for some energetic acting fun. There’s also the unique Chips and Guac; a word-association game where you match what you think is #cancelled, sneaky AF or sparks joy. If you can’t physically be with your loved ones, at least face to face interaction always gaps the distance. Game night has always been a great excuse to get friends together for a night of drinking under the guise of communal entertainment. For a long time, quarantine prevented us from doing so. This forced us to find online gaming platforms, virtual hangouts, and other creative web-based solutions in an effort to safely maintain our social connections. Now, although Covid-19 cases are declining, vaccinations are rising, and it’s becoming safer to see your friends, there’s no reason these newfound traditions of virtual game nights have to come to an end.

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