If you enjoy playing puzzle games in your spare time or challenging others to races as you travel, that means you’re one of millions of people on this Earth who lovegames that can be played on the go. While in the past casual and hardcore gamers were restricted to bulky screens and consoles, there are now plenty of ways you can play on the go, and better yet plenty of games to be played. So, here are some ideas of smartphone apps and handheld console titles to play next time you’re stuck in a queue.
Over the last few years, online casino operators have managed to create quite the portfolio of slots and fortunately for fans of these games, many casinos now have mobile app platforms. For instance, bgo have created an app counterpart to their desktop site, where you’ll find their latest promotions and offers, as well as Vegas style slots like Starburst, Rainbow Riches and Wheel of Fortune. There are about 300 slots to play on the bgo app to cater for tastes ranging from pop culture to myths and legends. For those who prefer the browser experience though, sites like Spin Fiesta and Jackpot Mobile Casino are fully optimized for mobile and offer classics such as Gonzo’s Quest and Cleopatra.
After the success of Clash of Clans, Supercell decided to expand their gaming app suite by creating Clash Royale. This free app available on Android, iOS and Windows platforms requires you to collect cards, build your own decks and battle other online opponents. Like its predecessor, you are also able to build your own clans to help you succeed. With each win you’ll receive a trophy, though every time you lose one will be taken away, so you can see why players continue to keep their momentum and can play this game for hours.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
If you like to keep up to date on the newest console releases, chances are you’ve already caught a glimpse of this impressive release for the brand new Nintendo Switch. The Legend of Zelda has remained a cult classic for gamers around the world, and now you can explore the open-world map of Breath of the Wild while you are on the go in the real world. Fearsome monsters and boredom alike are doomed once you start playing this amazing new title.
With the Playstation Vita 2 hopefully just over the horizon, there are sure to be plenty of new games released over the next few months. Until then, we recommend giving Tearaway a go, as it is perhaps the best example of a portable platform game available on the PS Vita. Not only is it incredibly fun, but also the technology manages to literally (sort of) put you into the game so you can interact with characters using the Vita’s front-facing camera. Impressive, huh?
So, whether you’re an iPhone fanatic, an Android user, a Nintendo Switch noob or a PS Vita veteran, there are always plenty of games that you can play on the go, no matter where you’re headed.
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