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LazarusLuna

What mobile games are your current favourites?

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LazarusLuna

Just wondering if anyone else around here plays some? what are your favorites? 

 

My current notsoguilty guilty pleasures are~

 

Phantasy Star Idola saga https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPB32Lqu5jI&t=136s

 

Phantasy Star Online 2 es https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FWBoAd0mNqM

 

Mystic Messenger https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0XAlNvurr2U

 

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Sunstone

I don't play mobile games very often, but I have played a few before that I found to be really fun. Some of my favourites have been:

✿ Catch Up

✿ Smash Hit

✿ Fire Emblem Heroes

✿ Plants vs. Zombies

✿ Forget-Me-Not

✿ Labyrinth 2

✿ Phases

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Aura

I have a bit of a lame taste in mobile games. I only use it to pass the time when I have nothing else to do, but I find the more expansive mobile games (the ones that rely on stamina limits) become a bit too demanding of your time and focus, so I've cut most of those out. The only expansive mobile game I still play is Pokemon Go and even that's only every once in a while. I've found that I'd rather just spend time enjoying the atmosphere most of the time rather than dealing with all of that game's micromanaging. 

Now, I play extremely simplistic one-touch games like Stack, a game where you have to time pressing on the screen to stop a block of wood at the right spot. If you miss, part of the wood block gets cut off and the next block's size matches it, so the tower gets increasingly smaller as you make mistakes. 

Unfortunately, ever since I switched to Android, I haven't been able to find an adblocker that works for that game the way it did on iOS, but it's certainly not worth the $1-2 to remove the ads even if they are really intrusive. Ads are easily the worst part of these games, but I suppose they have to make their money somehow.

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Temaelrin

Mine hasn't really changed much since I last answered this:

On 04/09/2018 at 05:20, Temaelrin said:

Oh boy, I hope you like lists. On my personal phone, I have a fair few games that are broken down into two categories. 

Commitment Games:

These are games that I have an active commitment to, I am in at least once a day with these games because I work as part of a guild, and I can't let my guild mates down. I try to keep games like this to a minimum, otherwise I don't have enough hours in a day. 

  • Idle Heros
  • Portal Quest
  • Forge of Empires (Which I mainly play from the PC)

Free Time Games:

These are games that I go into whenever the hell I feel like, maybe I'm bored, maybe I'm just passing the time (Rare, but it happens)

  • Dead Ahead (My first ever game, that I had back when I had the Google Nexus 10, a huge tablet)
  • Turretz
  • Tower Defence King
  • My OldBoy!
  • InstLife
  • Idle Farming
  • Idle Miner
  • Almost a Hero
  • Idle Factory
  • Word-scapes
  • Space Trader (A game that I used to play on my Palm OS device, years ago)
  • Hooked Inc. 
  • Life Simulator

Of the "Free Time Games" I don't play much of them anymore, I far prefer my PC for gaming. But if I am not at my PC and I want to play something, well I have a few options. 🙂

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NyxAvatar69

Love Live School Idol Festival...even though I just use Bluestacks to play it because my phone sucks.

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