Game On! More Things to do During your ‘Stay at Home’ Time

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This is the latest post in our ‘Stay at Home’ series. In our last two posts, we introduced some cooking-related websites and exciting hobbies. In this post, we are going to help you get your game on and introduce a few cool games you can play during your stay at home time. Playing games is a great way to spend time, break up your routine, and even connect with family and friends. We think you will have a blast playing these amazing games in the comfort of your home.

Here are some game websites that we thought may be of interest to you:

Drive Virtually with Game

During this time at home, you may not be spending as much time in your car as usual, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy the thrill of driving! From the comfort of your home, this popular racing game lets you experience driving and some beautiful surroundings while getting your pulse up with some excitement too. is an award-winning racing game in which you can drive on amazing roads with great scenery and race with others while doing it! Drive, collect, customize, and race your dream cars as each level progresses. The smooth picture quality and high-definition effects will bring you an immersive driving experience like no other.

Moreover, you can actually win a $1 Million real-world ‘World’s Fastest Gamer’ race drive. has partnered with McLaren and Formula1 for the previous two World’s Fastest Gamer competitions. The 4-part documentaries on these amazing virtual races were aired on ESPN, Sky CNBS, and Fox Sports. You can race with on Android, Apple or you can also get it for your Nintendo Switch. Get in gear and have some fast and furious fun, right from your favorite chair or couch! Click here to experience true racing. 

Relive the Classics: Get some Action With Counter-Strike

Counter Strike Game

You may not realize that the video game industry has been around for 50 years! Many of those excellent classic games have lasted through the growth of several generations of players. Counter-Strike is one such game that is considered to be one of the most influential first-person shooter games. It has been officially released since 2000, so this marks the game’s 20th year of entertaining gamers. Counter-Strike was one of the first FPS (First Person Shooter) games that held local LAN network tournaments and saw multiple Counter-Strike Teams or clubs form to compete. (For those who may not be old enough to remember, before the Internet was widespread, multiplayer games were played on Local Area Networks, the networks you might find in an office.)

Traditionally, running the Counter-Strike game required a download client, so when you want to revisit the classic game on a whim, it might be hard to find and download the appropriate software. But with, you can start and play the game online with just a browser. At, you can compete with global players, play multiple maps, chat with club members, and even play special game maps. It will enable you to enjoy the fun of the Counter-Strike anytime and anywhere. Click here to revisit the classics now!

Play Some Cards at the

Patience is key during tough times like these and card games can be a great genre to consider while at home. One of the oldest of card games in the world, introduced around the late 18th century, is actually called ‘Patience’. The game became popular in France and was regarded as an ‘exercise in patience’. In the United States, this type of card game is known as ‘Solitaire’ and is one of the most played games on Windows PC’s since 1990. Microsoft introduced the game so that people could get comfortable using a mouse’s click and drag motions on the operating system. But infamously Solitaire is also known as the productivity killer in offices during the late 1990s and early 2000s and can often be seen in movies when employees pretend to work while playing Solitaire. We know you are smiling if you have done the same. *wink* *wink*

Klondike, Freecell, Spider Solitaire, Pyramid, Scorpion are a few games that fall into this genre. Klondike is the most popular game among these, and one of the most played games worldwide. Now you can relive or even start fresh playing this game on Oh, and fair warning, it could get addictive.

We hope that these websites can add to your game list and activities while you are home. If you try one of these sites, please let us know how you enjoyed it by emailing us at

Please stay safe and healthy and stay tuned for our next post featuring passions you can pursue at home. 

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Amber Yao

Amber Yao is the Marketing Manager for .CLUB Domains. You can follow her on Instagram at @amberbery

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