Isolation alone has changed our lifestyle by forcing us to spending more time at home than we would like. The time has come for telework (if possible), to exercise a few square meters and to use all those recreational activities we didn't have time before.
Video games, series, books, movies, music … There are so many free investment topics we have right now. If you lack ideas on what to play, what to see or read, the editors and coordinators of Andro4all have prepared a hobby guide with those books, games and series we are still separated from. Grab a paper and a pen because here are our recommendations!
Miguel Paredes: Attribution: Mobile and Animal Mobility: New Horizons for Your Free Time
“Like many others, these days I spend more hours than I would in front of my smartphone. Usually I try different games, but right now Call of Duty: Mobile is the most time consuming. However, my favorite application is YouTube. It's one of my favorite sources of content, whether it's viewing technical-related content or some random article popping up on my home screen. Due to my stress level, I don't want to make much money.
Netflix and Disney + are also good partners, even though I hope I never run out of exciting series or movies before the end of the split. On the other hand, it was only a couple of days when I bought the newly introduced Animal Crossing: New Horizons, and I've been playing for a few hours now. It sounds like a lie, but trying to pay the raccoon who was abusing me the money I was earning was the most important thing I did in the last days. ”
Christian Collado: time to play with the complete Tomb Raider and Traffix saga
“During these freelance days I had the opportunity to experience the Tomb Raider series. It has always been one of my favorite languages, but due to a lack of time in recent years I would have set it aside a bit. Also, if it wasn't for the fact that I already had a PC strong enough, this would be it the last push I needed to finally sign up for Google Stadia took the opportunity that the last three games of the series are part of the platform's catalog.
Having taken the opportunity to sell Steam, I was able to get the first game for a very good price. When I was done I started with Rise of the Tomb Raider, too now i just started Shadow for Tomb Raider.
So far, the first of the three has been my favorite with a combination of storyline, graphics, and gameplay. However, this third bit bothers me a lot.
That depends on the PC and the console. On mobile I've been out of Traffix for a few weeks, a very simple but extremely addictive game released earlier this year. Curious, Google was recently chosen as one of the best indie mobile games of 2020. ”
Nacho Castañón: similar video games Hot death and family time Monsters, S.A.
“The fact is that having a son at about 2 years old takes a lot of leisure time to get separated. However, I always try to have a little time each day to see my wife and the movies and series we are waiting for, or to take a few games on PlayStation 4 with friends. But as a music lover, that will never go down in my day to day, whether at work or when I'm doing homework, Spotify and songs for bands like Vampire weekend, Arcade Fire, National, Interpol or U2
However, What movies and series have I watched these days? I just saw "Quien a Hierro Mata", the last film written by Luis Tosar overseen by Paco Plaza. I'm used to seeing, eventually, "Under the Fire of Fire", where the father and daughter must survive the storm and the giant alligators. And I really want to finish Star Wars saga with "The Rise of Skywalker". The truth is that the list of pending films is too long, but I prefer to highlight the two I can still see and the last ones from Star Wars as recommendations for these days of solitary confinement. As for the seriesThere is a lot I do, how I finish it season six "Viking", watch the fourth season of "Page House", third "Ozark" and start "Tiger King". Until I had the final season of "Better Call Saul" waiting. Of course, with my son there is no shortage of Disney movies like Monstruos SA, Stand up either "The Lion King".
These days and I give myself time to catch up with one of my greatest wishes, video games. First of all, I use the opportunity to finish eventually Hot death, the latest Hideo Kojima game starring Norman Reedus, and I intend to buy it soon Crossing the Animals: New Horizons for Nintendo Switch. I even give myself time to play multiplayer titles, spend casual nights playing with friends Fortnite, Grand Theft Auto V either FIFA 20. Some additional games I am still waiting to finish, like Luigi's House 3 either Background of Assassin Foundation. In the end, even though it is my daily routine, I always take advantage of the opportunity a pause for a day of study, especially the media, both public and private, are in my other passions: sports and technology. ”
Jacinto Araque: Stephen King's fears and wars of Earthquake
“Being alone has severely hindered our hobbies, this is right, but it never ends, and I think it would be a good time to do it, without leaving home, all those things that I had been postponing for some time. Now there are no excuses, and the fact is, since you have to spend this time at home, what better way to spend it.
Personally I will make a few recommendations, but the first one related to reading. If you like the horror novel, we'll admit that Stephen King is one of the greatest kings of the genre. Personally, she's my favorite author, too after finishing "Cujo", I decided to read "Grief", a novel in which a respected writer wakes up in the mountains of a reverent man after a car accident, and the rest is worth reading. This is one of his finest works, conveying the proper loneliness of conveying this rejection of the slightest fear.
But if you have many games, I would recommend one to spend a few hours lately and the other I just finished. The first is that Quake Champions, the first powerless shooter on Steam where, with a keyboard and mouse, an eye, you'll rate your opponents individually or in groups, you have 6 weapons to collect on the field, and you can choose between multiple characters for their special abilities. It's a bit of a game at first, but once you've got it and started developing the skill, it's really fun.
Second, I highly recommend it Star Wars Jedi: The Fallen Order, the latest Star Wars game from the Battlefield to present the funniest story I've ever seen in a saga video game and that, if you're a lover of this universe, you'll love it. You can develop skills, use force to defeat enemies and customize your torch light, for real fun.
Finally, I will commend you, following a shock wave, the movie "Animal Cemetery", based on Stephen King's anonymous novel. You can see the version you want, but I personally recommend the 1989 version, because it is more reliable in this book and, itself made me feel more depressed than the one that came out in 2019 last. ”
Carlos Rubio: desire for FF VII Remake and the thought of Conservation of storms
“In addition to spending my days working, I enjoy one of my favorite things, video games. I'm just talking to play FF VII Remake for PlayStation 4, which arrived just a week before it was officially sold. I love not only RPGs but I'm also a huge fan of the Square Enix saga so I really enjoy this game, just as I did with Original back in 1997-1998. I also give myself a little time to play my Nintendo Switch Lite specifically for Xenoblade 2 and Astral Chain (I have Breath of the Wild pending, don't kill me).
Of course we have time to read that too Brandon Sanderson's "Archive of Storms" completely captures me. Some important books if you love the dream. ”
Dídac Dálmanses: Disaster Law, Friends y One hundred years of being alone, among many others
"As for the films, I recommend only one (because if not, it will never end), and it is the last one I have seen," The Disaster Artist ", written by James Franco, and from I prefer not to tell you anything in order to find a surprise.
As for the series, I usually am endured imprisonment for two well-defined types: the “bite” series and short jokes. As for the first genre, it's simple: a series that chases you from chapter one, maybe at least 2 or 3 seasons and episodes for at least 40 minutes. The secret is that you get caught up enough to think about the next chapter in the series and not be confined to home for another month. Here, it would be easy to recommend "Bad Crack" or "Lost" (if you've already seen them, specify and repeat), but it's worth a try with "Line of Duty", "Broadchurch", "Mad Men" or "Black" on Netflix, "Shameless", "Fargo" or "The Good Wife" – Amazon Prime Video and "Kills Eve" or "Sequence" on HBO.
When it comes to short comics, it's best to pull in sitcoms. Many chapters, short lengths and easy-going characters. The trick is to get used to both working and substitute contact with family and friends (literally). So, they're ready for this "Office" arrest on Amazon Prime Video, "Brooklyn Nine Nine", "The IT Crump" or "Community" on Netflix and "Veep", "Silicon Valley" or "Click Your Entry" on HBO. Also, if you want to give Movistar Lite a chance (it's free until summer), there's a little gem called "Disaster" is also highly recommended.
Finally, give special mention to "Friends" (available on Netflix and Amazon Prime Video). It happens much like The Simpsons, even though we've seen every chapter a thousand times, somehow the reboot has a certain therapeutic character: you know the characters, you know the humor and you know the series, six friends have always been there when we needed them.
I reinforce the previous thesis by reading the recommended "I'll be there for you", an excellent story that covers the history of "Friends", from its very beginning to its end. It's one of the last books I've read and I recommend it to be 100%, it doesn't matter if you don't like Friends, but it does help to have a little sensitivity for television. If you are more into novels, I would recommend it two classics, each in its own way, "Music of Opportunity", by Paul Auster and "One Hundred Years of Solitude", by Gabriel García Márquez. Also, with a character that is more expressive and connected to new technologies, "Click-on dictatorship" by Bernardo Marín and "Ten Reasons to Delete Your Social Networks Faster" by Jaron Lanier. Finally, and if you want to know what I'm reading right now: The Dream of England, by John Savage, a book (or maybe "billet") about the origins of punk, and especially about the Sex Pistols, in England in the 70s. "
Beatriz Alcántara: up to date with "Peaky Blinders" and nailed to "Open: Memorias", by André Agassi
"I realize that, as a good seriefila, I've spent most of my free time watching the series." Killing Eve "(HBO)," Lost "," Euphoria "(HBO) and" Pose "(HBO and Netflix) are some of the highlights among my favorites, however, being locked up there gave me more time to continue with the series it had left behind on Netflix, such as "Peaky Blinders"
As for the movies, I spend time watching the whole "Toy Story" saga (I'm one of those few people who haven't seen it) and shorts like "Fly" on Disney +. Plus, I've seen it "Farewell" and "Scammers of Wall Street", two very different films but their stories managed to capture and inspire me.. Both are available on Amazon Prime Video, as is the case with "Bookmart", a star-studded title with two potential friends who can laugh at both of you, and that I recommend whenever I can.
This combination I've been in for a few weeks has allowed me to devote more hours to learning. Exactly, I'm immersed "Open: Memories", biography of tennis player André Agassi. Far from being a story for sports lovers only, "Open" is an exciting American life story where you can discover the exciting and challenging times he has gone through since childhood.
My Nintendo Swith is also a great source of entertainment during confinement. I continue to expand my collection of small creatures in Pokémon Shield and dedicate them time to develop my skills as a FIFA 20 player. While playing, I used the opportunity to listen to music that came out these days, I said "After Hours", the latest album written by The Weeknd, and enjoy again with classic playlists where there is no shortage of Frank Ocean, Bad Bunny or Beyoncé.
Damián García: PES 2020 football and emotions for Rainbow Racing Art
“For me the truth is that I work 100% at home, so my life has changed in the sense of saving me from driving to the office. Yes, I used that time to upload my scores to eFootball PES 2020: Mobile when I had to jump into Top10 Local I played a few daily games with my Galaxy Note10 + 5G.
To keep up with the video games, I no longer continue to dump the Nintendo switch, it I'm back to finish with Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and Super Mario Bros U. Deluxe, and it's that I still never admit to being completely engrossed in Animal Crossing: The New Horizons' real-life killing scene.
Speaking of series, movies and television, well I'm watching the new season of "The Walking Dead" furthermore, it's probably more of a trend than a genuine interest in the series, and I got the unfinished chapters of the third season of "The Ministry of Time", which hasn't been completed, to find out now as the fourth edition arrives.
I've also seen a few movies, but maybe most notable "Race Art in the Rain", a drama directed by Simon Curtis is sure to play "baby" in these days of incarceration.
Last but not least, I have returned to my bookshelf only five of the five sections, "An Important Guide to Galactic Hitchhiker" which I get a second time and that I was completely absorbed in the brilliant and brilliant nature of Douglas Adams, following the unfortunate arrival of Arthur Dent and his friend Ford Prefect, Marvin the Paranoid Android and Trillian, the second survivor of the World. ”