If you want to pretend this is a productive activity, you can hit the posts below to see how they use new Excel features to convert a spreadsheet into an arcade. If not, the posts contain links to download the games. (Note that they won't work with older Excel versions, and they can be a tad fiddly on smaller screens.)
Play Missile Command And Tower Defense Inside Excel 2010
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