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PlayStation VR, HTV Vive, Windows MR, and Oculus Rift are still a bit too expensive for most gamers, but VR gaming has had a good year in 2019 with an awesome lineup of games that can rival even the other triple A titles. If you are planning to invest in a VR headset this year, you should try these awesome VR games.

Tetris Effect

Remember that feeling when you are so immersed in a video game that when you finally go out into the world, you begin to see real-life objects as familiar patterns and shapes from the game? That’s what Tetris Effect is about—breathing life into a classic game and understanding its effects on your brain.

Beat Saber

This rhythm games lets you use glowing stick similar to light sabers to slash approaching blocks that represent musical notes. Your score is based on the angle of your swings and your accuracy.

Red Matter

It is a puzzle adventure game set in a cold war in a dystopian world. You will take on the role of an astronaut sent to investigate a suspicious research project in a moon.

Astro Bot Rescue Mission

Remember The Playroom in PS4? Its popularity has apparently led to the development of this surprisingly good platformer that plays to the strength of the PSVR.

Firewall: Zero Hour

First-person shooters are becoming better in the VR platform. This game pits you against other players in teams of four people with the objective of disabling a firewall then hacking the data from the other team.


In this adventure game, you take on the role of Faerie who wakes up in an orphanage and learns she has the ability to manipulate time or store life energy in her hands. However, if she can find a golden wand, she can drain a person’s life and use it to time travel.

Vox Machinae

You get to control a giant mech, called a Grinder, and customize it with different weapons accessories as you are pitted against other grinders.


A mix of adventure and psychological thriller, this game is surprisingly good in bringing light to family relationships and troubles. You get to traverse the unusual simulation created by Raymond from the perspective of his family.

Brass Tactics

This strategy game brings all the wonders of tabletop gaming but in virtual reality. Your objective is to win the war by making the best possible army you can have.


This racing platformer is quite an experience as you rotate, fly, and jump through different obstacles in the neon city.


The game introduces the mouse Quill who finds herself in a fantasy land after being sucked into a mysterious book. She learns that the land was being threatened by a snake and that she must save her uncle.


Interact with virtual toys and discover hidden worlds inside them in this charming puzzle game. It’s quite fun to play with its amazing soundtrack, too.

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  • Many people seem to think that eating a healthy diet automatically means spending more money than you already do on food. But contrary to what people think, this doesn’t actually have to be true. In fact, there are several foods that you can buy for cheap, which means there’s no reason why you shouldn’t make them staples in your weekly groceries.

    Here are the seven foods you should definitely add to the list the next time you go grocery shopping in Singapore:


    Tofu is a versatile ingredient that every kitchen needs to have in their pantry. Whether it’s steamed on its own, stir-fried in vegetable dishes, or added in soups, a healthy helping always helps cut down on cholesterol and reduce high blood pressure.

    Brown rice

    Compared to its polished, white counterpart, brown rice is much richer in nutrients such as magnesium, calcium, and fiber. This makes it great not just for those working out or dealing with diabetes, but also for getting as much nutrients as you can while sticking to a minimal calorie intake.


    Not only does yoghurt help regulate blood pressure and prevent stroke thanks to its high protein content, but it also contains all kinds of probiotics that improve your digestion and balance out the healthy microbes in your gut. However, keep in mind that it’s not for everyone – people who have lactose intolerance, for instance, may need to search for other options.

    Chicken breast

    Being a tried and tested source of lean protein for meat-lovers, a single serving of chicken breast is more than enough to keep you full. The best part about chicken breast is that it goes well with all kinds of dishes, whether it’s chicken salad or with whole-grain pasta.


    Grapes not only contain powerful antioxidants that help prevent many different types of cancer, but they also keep your heart healthy by reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease. Grapes can even boost eye health and protect them against various eye-related problems, such as glaucoma, cataracts, and even macular degeneration.

    Soy Milk

    A good alternative for people with lactose intolerance is soy milk. It’s made from soybeans, which not only contains omega-3 and 6 fatty acids to help you lower your blood cholesterol, but also protects your blood vessels and makes them more resilient.


    Watermelon is great for cooling down when it’s hot, but it’s not the only reason why you should have watermelon in your pantry as a staple. Aside from its 91 percent content, watermelon has all kinds of health benefits, from lycopene for heart health to potassium, which keeps calcium for stronger bones.

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  • Whether it’s at school or work in Singapore, you’re always expected to make some kind of presentation one way or another. It could be a speech, a school presentation, a business presentation, and whatever else. One thing is for sure though; you will almost always be nervous before going in front. Even so, there are many ways to get rid of those jitters. Here are only some of them.

    Be prepared for the presentation

    Probably the most obvious thing to do is to be well-prepared for the presentation. Of course, you wouldn’t want to make a speech without really having an idea about what you want to say. But aside from having a fully informative and organized presentation, being prepared can also help you get rid of your nerves. This is simply because it’s easier for you to be more confident if you’re already well-prepared. No matter what gets thrown at you, you don’t need to worry since you already know what you’re talking about.

    Sharpen your own skills

    Another way you can get rid of your nerves is simply to present in public regularly. Practice with your friends, take opportunities to stand up on a stage, just try to expose yourself to that experience as much as you can. You will slowly but surely get used to being in front of a lot of people. Eventually, making presentations will feel like a walk in the park for you. Because you’re already used to it, you already know what to do to avoid mistakes, you’ll know how to keep your audience engaged, and etc.

    Learn from others

    Aside from doing all the presenting you do yourself, you should also take time to sit down and listen to others speak as well. This can be a good way to start if you’re still hesitant about doing all the speaking mentioned in the point above. Listen and observe how others make their presentations or speeches. This doesn’t sound like much help but there are always things you can pick up. For example, you can get a better feel for how the audience generally responds.

    Be excited about the presentation

    While preparing, it would be best to frame a mindset that you’re excited to do your presentation. In essence, you’re turning your nervousness into excitement hence you’re hoping for a good result. When you stay in a positive mood and expect a good outcome, it’s also very likely that things will go that way. Just the same, when you think too much about messing up in the middle of the presentation, it might also happen. Bottom line is, just think positively and don’t worry too much!

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  • Whether it’s a friend, classmate, co-worker, or even a relative, there will always be people who we simply don’t like. Maybe it’s because of their guts, or maybe they’re just plain annoying. Even so, if there’s not much of an issue between you two and you just want to maintain a healthy environment, there are tons of ways to do so. Here are only some of them.

    Just don’t show it

    Of course, there are varying levels to this. There’s a difference between not liking someone and actually hating them with a passion. If you’re still at a level where you just think of the person as annoying, then don’t think too much about it and just don’t show the other person that you don’t like them. Chances are, this person doesn’t really know that you don’t like him too. This is simply the best and easiest way to avoid tension and conflict.

    Stay calm and collected

    On the other hand, if the tension gets really high and you’ve already shown signs of hostility towards each other, it will be best to remain calm during a confrontation. But then again, this is easier said than done, especially if you really hate this person. Staying calm, though, will still be ideal in heated scenarios. For one, you can deliver your feelings and thoughts better. If you speak too emotionally, you won’t convey the message as effectively. You can also prevent the conflict from becoming an all-out fight.

    Keep in mind that you’re both different

    When you start to dislike someone, try to remember that they act the way they do because you are both different people. You won’t always share the same interests. There are some things he/she likes that you don’t. When you remember this, it’ll be easier for you to avoid thinking of someone in a bad light. But then again, you can’t really like someone instantly because of that. So, just think the way you want to but keep it to yourself.

    Don’t take the bait

    For the most part, the people we hate are those who try to pick on us or bully us. Whether it’s at school or at work, there’s always going to be that one person who does that. If you encounter a person who keeps belittling you, control your emotions and don’t be aggressive. Showing your anger will only make them feel more powerful. What you can do instead is to ask probing questions like what their problem is with you in particular. This will turn the spotlight on them shows them if they want you to treat them with respect, they should earn it.

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  • The piano is among the most popular instruments, and for good reason. You might notice that classical music is mostly played with the piano. In addition to that, the piano is also used in many other genres of music, from jazz to blues, to even rock and EDM. If you think the piano is the right instrument for you, here are some other reasons to take into consideration.

    It ups your musical knowledge

    First of all, if you already know how to play another instrument, learning how to play the piano can actually make you a better musician. Having an understanding of how to play the piano makes it easier for you to understand chords in other instruments. This is because it’s easy to identify the bass and treble sounds using the piano. Piano keys are also used to identify pitch.  If you notice, singers sometimes ask a pianist to play a key so that they can adjust their voice and pitch.

    It can be easy to learn

    There is a reason why you see really young kids already being good at playing the piano. The piano is a really good starting point if you want to get into music. When you learn piano, you are introduced to the basics of notes and scales. Music theory is also easily learned because it is immediately involved in playing the piano itself. While learning, you will learn a lot about how music actually works along the way. In our time, it can also be easy to learn because of YouTube. If you already have a piano or keyboard, you could try searching for videos on the web.

    It can give the brain a workout

    Just like with every other instrument, you’ll give your brain a good workout when you play the piano. This is because you’ll be forced to practice mind-muscle coordination. When playing the piano, we use both of our hands. Naturally, you might have trouble with your non-dominant hand. In addition to that, each hand plays different keys and at different times. This trains our brain to focus on our action no matter if your left and right hands are playing differently. This will definitely improve our brain function throughout.

    It can help one relax

    Listening to classical music has always been found to be relaxing. If you observe, many classical pieces are played mainly on the piano. When you play on the piano yourself, you’ll also find that it is quite therapeutic. For example, observe the sensations on your fingers when you start playing a piano. If you close your eyes and feel it intently, you can feel the vibrations of the keys. This can be your own form of meditation!

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