06th April 2020 – by Eileen

Many previously popular indoor games that had lost its relevance to mobile games and the internet, has now reclaimed its glory during these quarantined days. The board games, particularly ludo , carroms and chess are now making the annoying task of staying at home lot more enjoyable, comfortable and easy. Since all the shops except groceries are shut during this locked down days the high demand to purchase these game boards is really massive. But since high-speed internet is available everywhere easily, people have tech-based solutions for the crisis by switching to play the game online if the boards aren’t available at home.


Unlike outdoor games, these indoor games can increase a kid’s strategical power of the mind. Outdoor games can cause severe injuries such as getting hurt physically but indoor games are safer and so parents need not worry about their kids getting into any physical accident. And at the same time, indoor games are portable, and you can take it wherever you go and doesn’t require large play area like outdoor games , usually limited to a single tabletop. 


These games like chess, carom, playing cards, ludo, table tennis, etc are played in a room that can boost the mental power of kids and help them amuse themselves within the confines of their homes. Parents could keep a watchful eye on their children while working from home feeling relaxed that their kids are not bored even when they cannot venture outdoors these days.


Card games, board games, and games that involve physical movement are the main three categories of indoor games. A pack of 52 cards is required to play popular card games such as Bridge, Rummy and Whist. While the board games like Ludo and snakes and ladders are games of chance, they do not require much skill and find favour especially with the kids. More than 1000 years old game Chess could be played by two participants at a time and it is considered as, the game of mind. All these indoor games are capable of providing resourceful entertainment in closed environments.