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In this period of social distancing, human connection and interaction becomes even more crucial for our mental wellbeing. Playing games online, either by yourself or with a group, is a great way to stay connected and have fun at the same time!
SecondLife is a free 3D virtual world where users can create, connect, and chat with others from around the world using voice and text.
The Internet Archive Console Living Room harkens back to the revolution of the change in the hearth of the home, when the fireplace and later television were transformed by gaming consoles into a center of videogame entertainment.
Gives quiz questions where every correct answer donates 20 grains of rice through the UN World Food Program to help end hunger.
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For each question you get right, beans are donated to help end hunger!
ClassicReloadwas setup for preservation of 6,000+ old retro abandonware games and abandoned OS/interfaces that you can play DOS games onlineright in your web browser for education and research purposes.
Use your New York Times subscription provided by the library to play Crossword Mini, Tiles, Set and more!
MSN Games is a casual gaming web site, with single player, multiplayer, PC download, and social casino video games.
Steam is a video game digital distribution service by Valve.
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