5 optimistic games to lift your spirits today June 20 for Yellow Day: the most beautiful day of the year

It is said that the third day of January is the saddest day of the year. The so-called Blue Monday has neither head nor tail, but since there is already a day for everything, the opposite celebration could not be missing, the Yellow Day. Taking advantage of the fact that the presumed happiest day of the year has arrived (even if it is a working Monday), we have selected five video games that can undoubtedly help lift your spirits and make you smile. They are:

  • Mario Strikers: Battle League Football
  • Animal Crossing: New Horizons
  • LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga
  • rayman legends
  • A short hike

Legends of Rayman.

Mario Strikers: Battle League Football

Nintendo’s heroes and villains gather on the pitch for the wildest football matches. Mario Strikers: Battle League Football is now available on Nintendo Switch and continues the saga’s tradition of arcade football with no rules other than putting the ball in the goal. Enter the rival without fear of the yellow or red card (there are none), throw spectacular super shots, use all kinds of objects to gain advantages or use a red shell to put your opponents out of play. Wario, Mario, Bowser, Waluigi, Peach, Toad and the rest of the contenders are ready to have the most fun matches, especially if you play them together.

LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga

The plot of the Star Wars movie trilogies may tell a story of good versus evil, but it’s always had an upbeat message and humorous scripts. If you put it all in the LEGO blender, the result is something even more laid back. LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga is a walk through all the trilogies (original, prequels and sequels), but always from a funnier perspective. All the protagonists become LEGO characters, so even the most menacing ones like Darth Vader have a cartoonish look. The title can be enjoyed on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PC, and Nintendo Switch.

A short hike

This independent video game developed by Adam Robinson-Yu poses a very simple concept: climb a mountain. We drive a small bird in a natural environment full of trees and vegetation. Climb, walk, fly…all in the bucolic setting of mountainous Picohalcón Provincial Park. Although we can explore the marked trails, we will also have the opportunity to explore hidden corners, as well as meet and chat with other hikers. There is no rush, everyone can go at their own pace, have fun fishing or doing any secondary activity.

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