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    Hit The Light review: Game to help relieve built up stress

    Synopsis

    Smash the neon lights to bits by flinging something from your arsenal.

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    Careful aim can return big rewards.
    Hit The Light
    Free, for iOS and Android

    Feeling stressed? They say that smashing things up relieves built up stress. But hang on, not the stuff around you. There could be a 'breakroom' in your city designed for just this where you pay to smash things up. But if not, you could always play a game like Hit The Light.

    You'll be presented with neon lights in different designs. Your job is to smash them to bits by flinging something from your arsenal. It's pretty satisfying! There are some really convincing sound effects, so be sure to use headphones for the full effect.

    As for your tools, you have metal balls, guns, ninja shrikes and bombs. There are some elements of brick breaker style games, where careful aim can return big rewards.

    You can play for free but the game is ad supported. This means you'll see full screen video ads after each level. You can remove ads with a one-time purchase of Rs 249.

    Say Goodbye To Work Worries: 5 Natural Methods To Beat Stress

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    Simple Stress-Buster Hacks

    A recent study by Optum found that 46% of the Indian workforce reports suffering from some form of stress.

    Don't let your busy and stressful worklife take a toll on you. Excessive stress can have a negative effect on your body, mood, as well as behaviour, ranging from headaches, anxiety, fatigue and irritability.

    Dr Hariprasad, Ayurveda Expert at The Himalaya Drug Company, shares natural methods to cope with stress:


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