I don’t mean to gloat but thankfully, I don’t need these. I’m just writing about these because I didn’t know that such things exist and people really do buy them (as gifts or for themselves).
While everyone else is outside catching monsters in their smartphones, I’d rather stay indoors and pop bubbles in my iPhone. You see, there’s a new game for the iPhone and iPad that’s reminiscent of the games we used to play when we were kids. It may not be as high tech as augmented reality but its straight-forward gameplay is its appeal. It’s just a rocket ship blasting through space, bursting candy-colored bubbles. Spacebubble Pop is a simple yet challenging game that I’m sure the whole family would enjoy.
Unless you’re living under a rock, you’d probably heard about – or might even be playing – this recently trending mobile game called Pokémon GO. If not, I’m sure you’ve seen people walking down the street with their eyes glued to their smartphones. Either they’re hunting for Pokémon or are lost (because of playing Pokémon GO) and checking Google Maps. Anyway, people do get serious about this game that when they reach a certain level, they can join a team: Mystic, Instinct or Valor. A fan from California thought it would be nice if players could identify their teams using necklaces she personally made.
This is something I’ve heard about some time ago but I didn’t really pay much attention because I refused to join the adult coloring book bandwagon back then. Call me a hipster (FYI: I totally hate that term) but I find it ridiculous to jump into whatever is the latest craze just because everybody (including Justin Bieber) is doing it. Unless of course I’m really interested in it. Like if it’s something from Ikea.
There’s an exciting new game that has been released for the iPhone and iPad (and no, I’m not talking about Miitomo, which is actually categorized as ‘Social Networking’ and not ‘Games’). I’m talking about Left Right Decide! which is sort of a puzzle game that challenges the player’s eye-hand coordination.