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Recommend a mobile game
#11
RE: Recommend a mobile game
(February 26, 2018 at 2:42 pm)Aoi Magi Wrote: It has both, and even in PVP it's mostly 5v5 co-op.

pros-
No grinding required
Be able to co-op with friends, or go against ai
Short matches so no long-term commitment required

I'll check it out. Thanks. Smile
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#12
RE: Recommend a mobile game
I'm surprised nobody has mentioned my favorite mobile game:

Throwing your phone as high as you can in the air, trying to get as many rotations in as possible, and catching it before it smashes on the ground.

Best game ever. Play for free until you fail.
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#13
RE: Recommend a mobile game
(February 26, 2018 at 2:46 pm)Tiberius Wrote: I'm surprised nobody has mentioned my favorite mobile game:

Throwing your phone as high as you can in the air, trying to get as many rotations in as possible, and catching it before it smashes on the ground.

Best game ever. Play for free until you fail.

This is a legit game that teenagers play, but they go for height, not rotations. One of my sister's friends actually destroyed her phone like this (the friend's phone, not my sister's phone; my sister isn't an idiot).
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#14
RE: Recommend a mobile game
(February 26, 2018 at 2:28 pm)Lutrinae Wrote:
(February 26, 2018 at 2:22 pm)mlmooney89 Wrote: What kind of games do you like? I'm big into time management games myself so I could recommend a lot of those.

I tend to like city/farm building games and bubble shooters.  I've also been seeking a decent rpg.

Well I really like Cooking Fever. It's like Diner Dash in that you build people's orders for food in a certain time limit. There is also Burger Shop that is like that. Mania Journey is a supermarket game that you have to clean and stock a shop. They are all games that are great for killing time since you do a level at a time. I've been playing Mahjong a lot lately. Pretty much any G5 game is fun for killing time. If you get into any of those brand games let me know and we can be friends on their system and help each other out.

Oh and I used to play Township a lot that is literally building a town.
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#15
RE: Recommend a mobile game
(February 26, 2018 at 2:57 pm)shadow Wrote:
(February 26, 2018 at 2:46 pm)Tiberius Wrote: I'm surprised nobody has mentioned my favorite mobile game:

Throwing your phone as high as you can in the air, trying to get as many rotations in as possible, and catching it before it smashes on the ground.

Best game ever. Play for free until you fail.

This is a legit game that teenagers play, but they go for height, not rotations. One of my sister's friends actually destroyed her phone like this (the friend's phone, not my sister's phone; my sister isn't an idiot).

Yes but the rotations are important for the final stage of the game, where you have to make the catch. A rotating object will conserve its angular momentum, so it should stay at the same angle that you threw it up at, making for an easier catch.

Teenagers are amateurs.
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#16
RE: Recommend a mobile game
(February 26, 2018 at 2:59 pm)mlmooney89 Wrote:
(February 26, 2018 at 2:28 pm)Lutrinae Wrote: I tend to like city/farm building games and bubble shooters.  I've also been seeking a decent rpg.

Well I really like Cooking Fever. It's like Diner Dash in that you build people's orders for food in a certain time limit. There is also Burger Shop that is like that. Mania Journey is a supermarket game that you have to clean and stock a shop. They are all games that are great for killing time since you do a level at a time. I've been playing Mahjong a lot lately. Pretty much any G5 game is fun for killing time. If you get into any of those brand games let me know and we can be friends on their system and help each other out.

Oh and I used to play Township a lot that is literally building a town.

If you like business sims then I'd highly recommend "virtual beggar", it is the most realistic sim of the most profitable line of business there is Tongue

(February 26, 2018 at 2:38 pm)shadow Wrote: I'd highly recommend getting an app for Chess. Doesn't get boring, doesn't need an internet connection, isn't pay-to-win Smile , and actually sharpens your brain intsead of dulling it. I had a 2 hour commute last term and I played a lot of chess.

Haha, vulcan beat me to it Big Grin

Yeh if you have time to kill, chess or go are good games, but if you are too busy to play at all, I recommend "Godville"... it let's you be a god of doing nothing Wink
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#17
RE: Recommend a mobile game
(February 26, 2018 at 2:28 pm)Lutrinae Wrote:
(February 26, 2018 at 2:22 pm)mlmooney89 Wrote: What kind of games do you like? I'm big into time management games myself so I could recommend a lot of those.

I tend to like city/farm building games and bubble shooters. I've also been seeking a decent rpg.

I have been playing SimCity BuildIt for 3+ years. It's a long game, 2-10 mins a day.

I love TriviaCrack as well.
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#18
RE: Recommend a mobile game
Found a cute game called Zombie Catchers.
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#19
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1 million times this:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/detai...n&hl=en_GB

And a billion times it if you ever played and enjoyed the original 2 Monkey Island games.

And if you enjoy it, here's the awesome sequel:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/detai...uch.simon2
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#20
RE: Recommend a mobile game
A mobile game?

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