Now that smartphones have successfully invaded society, mobile gaming has taken off in a huge way. Everybody who owns a smartphone can now be ensnared in the grip of a popular game that refuses to let them stop playing without some kind of intervention. Addiction is no laughing matter, unless Angry Birds is involved.
Must. Stop. Playing.
We want to know, What Is The Most Addictive Mobile Game In Existence? You can name just one game, so start thinking right now about which out of all the mobile games you have played over the years really caught your attention and refused to let go without a fight.
There is the aforementioned Angry Birds, which managed to claim far too many hours of my free time before I broke free of its grasp. Then there is Candy Crush Saga. Draw Something. Plants vs. Zombies. Minecraft. Temple Run. And lest we forget Flappy Bird. This is just a small sample of the mobile games that can legitimately have the word “addictive” ascribed to them.
There are many more than the seven we have listed here. And you’re invited to name which mobile game has managed to turn you into a soulless, screen-staring slob. Whether you’re currently addicted or have beaten the addiction, we
want need you to help us compile a list of the most addictive mobile games in existence.
As well as telling us the name of the game, we want you to explain why you personally find it so addictive. Is it the enthralling gameplay? The short, snappy levels? How frustratingly difficult it is to succeed? Perhaps you love the characters. Or the diversity of levels. Or the competitive nature it instills in you.
Consider the options and then take to the comments section below to let us know what mobile game you consider to be the most addictive of all time, and why it’s so unputdownable.
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