Mobile gaming is a multi-billion dollar industry that continues to grow year over year. In fact, mobile games have recently surpassed both PC and console games in popularity. Mobile apps aren't justmore
Mobile gaming is a multi-billion dollar industry that continues to grow year over year. In fact, mobile games have recently surpassed both PC and console games in popularity. Mobile apps aren't just playable on-the-go -- they're also more affordable and often free. Even better, most are ready to play on the phone or tablet you already have, without the need for expensive consoles or additional accessories. But with so many new game releases, how can you tell the difference between a good time-waster and a plain ol' waste of time? Here are the factors you should consider when selecting your next game.
Paid games might deter some players from downloading a game, but they tend to offer the full experience with one upfront payment. If a game's model is freemium or free-to-play, then users most likely will be asked to pay for power-ups, weapons, coins, or additional levels.
If a game needs Wi-Fi or data connectivity to play, it might not be best suited for plane rides or remote traveling when reception may be an issue. That said, games that require data usually offer more online features such as the ability to play against other human gamers.
Players like to be challenged, but there are a variety of players with different skill sets. A good game tailors its difficulty to the gamer without being too easy.
If you are able to beat a game pretty quickly, then what's the point of playing it anymore? That's why successful games add updates and new levels to keep things interesting.
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