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Best video games you can finish in a day
In the modern world, gaming has become a common pastime. Since so many people are now playing video games, there is an unlimited supply of new titles to choose from.
Many old-school gamers are regarded as “hardcore” because they only play the games they love, whether they’re single-player masterpieces or MOBAs. Quite a few of them go on to pursue a career in professional baseball.
For some gamers, gaming is only a method to relax after a long day at work or after a stressful period in their personal lives. Due to their busy schedules, casual gamers aren’t able to devote much time to long-running games that keep them engaged. Thus, a large number of short and easy-to-finish games have been produced by game developers during the past few years.
We’ve put up a list of games that can aid players who feel overwhelmed by the avalanche of new titles that are being published every day. With that, here are some of the top one-day games on the market.
Average completion time: Three to seven hours
Gunpoint is a point-and-click puzzle game with a noir setting that puts a lot of emphasis on being sneaky. This game is a throwback to the old days of pixel puzzle games, but it adds real-time elements to make it even more difficult.
In Gunpoint, players take on the role of a spy who sneaks into buildings with the help of a special device called a Crosslink. With this tool, the spy can rewire and change the building’s security systems to get into places that are normally off-limits. The spy also has a gun to deal with guards and other problems that could stop him from doing his job.
Average completion time: Eight to 10 hours