Heroes Dutch Comic Con’s top ten games!

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The terraces are slowly opening up, the schoolyards are slowly filling up again, but not everyone can return to the old routine just yet. To make sure that you won’t get bored in the final stage of the quarantine, we made a top 10 games! Read on quickly and find out what will stand up to your boredom.

10) Hot Potato Hide-and-Seek. 

In this twist on the classic children’s game, the person searching for the others holds a ball while she searches for a set time limit. Whenever she finds someone new, the new person receives the ball, and it then becomes his job to find the next person hiding. The goal of the game is not to be the person holding the ball when time runs out, since whoever ends up with the ball becomes the new seeker for the next round!

9) An old-fashioned deck of cards.

Make sure to become familiar with the famous “crazy 8’s” card game. Go into battle with your friends and win. https://www.spelregels.eu/kaartspel/

8) Relive the nostalgia of spele.nl, speeleiland.nl and spel.nl

Do you remember how to play Bomberman? Or were you a fanatic Swords & Sandals player? Maybe you liked the romantic love generator the most or were you the champion 1-to-1 soccer? See if you can still do it on https://spele.nl

7) Test your knowledge with the HDCC Home PubQuiz

Join the Heroes Dutch Comic Con ThuisPubQuiz. Test your knowledge and crown yourself geeky King/Queen! Do you know everything about movies, series, HDCC and much more? Show us at: https://www.thuispubquiz.nl/

6) Pull out your old board games! 

Do you ever miss the old game nights? Relive them now at home with your family! Play a fanatic game of Pictionary or put some crazy words together with a game of Rummikub.

5) Fight your enemies in World of Tanks

Get behind the wheel of your tank and compete with all the other online players. Work together with your team to defeat the enemy. Each tank has its own tactics and powers to bypass the opponent. Play World of Tanks now via this link: https://worldoftanks.eu/

4) Catch rare Pokémon with the Pokémon GO app

When the weather’s nice, go out and add the rarest, coolest Pokémon to your Pokémon collection (on your own, up to 2 people). For the real pros, Pokémon GO has added a variety of dueling options to battle other Pokémon trainers. https://pokemongolive.com/en/

3) Win with your special cards during Hearthstone.

Hearthstone is a digital card game that continues the stories of World of Warcraft. The game itself is turn based and is played 1 vs 1. Each player has a deck of 30 cards and a selected hero with his or her special power. You win when you defeat the other player’s hero. https://playhearthstone.com/en-us/

2) The hit of 2019 is Fortnite. 

Take on the challenge at Battle Royale. Open crates, find special weapons and escape from the tight storm. Are you the last survivor? Then you’ve won! The game can be played for free via the following site: https://www.epicgames.com/fortnite/en-US/home

1) Speaking of Battle Royale, go into battle now in Call of Duty Warzone.

Similar to Fortnite, Infinity Ward in partnership with Activision came up with a new game mode on Call of Duty Modern Warfare. The game mode was also released free of charge for players who did not have access to the full Modern Warfare game. Escape the gas, open the secret bunkers, decipher the easter eggs and much more! Take on the challenge and find yourself battling against enemies in quads, trios, duos or solo. Make sure to grab that victory title. https://www.callofduty.com/warzone

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Good news for all Comic Con fans! During the press conference of June 24th, the Dutch government has announced that, from the 1st of July onwards, it will be allowed again to organize events and gatherings. 

 

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