2020 Gift Guide: For the Gamer

Brushstrokes Atlanta has an assortment of jigsaw puzzles to help chip away at those winters days and nights spent inside. One is particularly catchy — a Queen rock band 500-piece puzzle, honoring the beloved musical foursome, including out front man Freddie Mercury. $24.99; Brushstrokes Pleasures; 1510-D Piedmont Ave NE; 404-876-6567; in-person and curbside pickup

Richard’s has a large variety of jigsaw puzzles as well, including beginner, intermediate and advanced levels of 1000 pieces. Try out this one — Jackson Pollock “Convergence,” arguably the artist’s most famous work, is sure to keep you enthralled and busy for a while. $18.95; Richard’s Variety Store; 1544 Piedmont Ave NE Unit 191; 404-879-9877; in-person and online; richardsvarietystore.com

Get ready to play America’s favorite word game. The Scrabble Folio edition comes in a soft-sided zipper case, with snap-in tiles and a folding game board, allowing you to take breaks and resume play easily. $24.93; Richard’s Variety Store

Made to use with or without drinks in your hand, the Sobriety Test Game tests your memory as well as your ability to perform stunts and other physical challenges. Try reciting various songs backward and get a sense of the hilarity this game ensues. $19.95; Richard’s Variety Store

The Bill & Ted’s Excellent Historical Trivia Game can be enjoyed by older, more nostalgic audiences and new ones buoyed by the recent Keanu Reeves-Alex movie “Bill & Ted Face the Music.”  The questions are written — whoa! — by the characters themselves. $24.99; Barnes and Noble; 1217 Caroline St at Moreland Ave.; 404-522-0212; in-person and online; barnesandnoble.com