Mobile gaming is the future of gaming. It’s by far the most prolific and intuitive gaming platform available. Despite its potential, mobile gaming is often misused by developers. But it doesn’t have to be. Below is a brief list of some of my most favorite mobile games. These are going to be less well known offerings that I feel highlight the strengths of the platform.
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Nowadays most of my gaming is done on my phone. Usually it’s a simple, abstract puzzle game. My go to games are Drop 7, Hungry Cat Picross, and especially One More Brick. There’s a strong chance I’ve played One More Brick more than any other game in my entire life. This includes the notable time sinks World of Warcraft and League of Legends. It combines simple gameplay with progression systems and doesn’t eat up too much of my attention. It’s the perfect game to play while listening to a podcast or a half-watching a video. Recently a tweet brought a new ball bouncing, brick breaking game to my attention. This one promised deeper gameplay than One More Brick. So of course, I had to check it out. My thoughts ahead.
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Never ever play the game One More Brick. Once you start it can be difficult to stop. I first played this game back in early 2016, and continue to play it to this day. I’ve played it so much that I believe it’s become my #1 most played video game of all time. How did this happen? How did a little phone game get its claws so deep into me?
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Solo card games have been getting a bit more attention lately with the launch of Hearthstone’s Dungeon run mode, and the surprise success of Slay the Spire. But these titles aren’t the only games to feature roguelike card based dungeon crawling. Back in 2016 a little game called Solitairica captured the feel of these games, and is available for free on your phone.
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Mobile games tend to get a bad rap. This reputation is well earned, considering the large amounts of low effort shovel-ware and pay-to-win fiascos that populate app stores. But there are some gems buried within the mobile games wasteland. My goal is to highlight one great mobile game each month, this month its Mini Metro.
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