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Posted by on Jan 6, 2020 in Games, Gaming guide, Mobile games |

The best sport games (part 2)

The best sport games (part 2)

Virtual Tennis 3
Virtual Tennis 3 is absolutely the best tennis game with the combination of an arcade game and a simulator which is suitable for both, the more serious as well as casual gamers. 

The main career mode allow the player to travel around the world playing tennis against the biggest talents with customize function to alter your player in detail to an unique mannerism and with a lot of cool licensed tennis equipment. The graphics have been greatly upgraded to the nearest photorealistic style. 

World of Fishing
It’s one of the more unusual sports games – Fishing – which is obviously a very specific kind of quiet activity, but when it comes to this genre, players would be hard pressed to find anything better than World of Fishing. This game is a combination of fishing simulator and a MMO with hundreds of items, character development at fishing locations around the world. If you are beginner, the in-game tutorial will get you up to speed and catching some 450 types of fish and dozens of quests. Moreover, the daily missions will keep you playing World of Fishing for a very long time.

NHL 09
NHL 09 is the latest version of the renowned ice-hockey game that has been launched on the Windows / PC platform. Now seven years has gone making the release the game appear a bit outdated in terms of graphics, but it does not alter the fact that this is the best ice hockey games on a PC with great gameplay and controls on an online multiplayer mode. Besides, it is also featured offline mode that you will probably attract to play for months before changing to the online mode. The most interesting is the Dynasty mode where players can take control of everything from trading players, signing agents and so much more.

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Posted by on Dec 23, 2019 in Games, Mobile games |

Common types of gamers (part 2)

Common types of gamers (part 2)

4. The Social Gamer
Social gamers are those prefer to play multiplayer games with friends and family as they associate playing a indoor or outdoor game with building relationships. They plan get-togethers around important game releases so that they can made plenty of friends through gaming circles. They are highly competitive and like to discuss game related trivia and new releases with friends to get a sense of achievement when they win against friends and family.

5. The Midcore Gamer

The midcore gamer is talented players but does not spend a significant amount of time playing the latest games. They play only when they have the mood and take it seriously when they have a favourite game genre which they stick to. This type of player incidentally accounts for a good chunk of numbers, who might have been hardcore previously, but have limited their playing time for various reasons.

6. The Toxic Gamer

Everyone once in a while come across this kind of toxic gamer whose goal is to make everyone’s gaming experience worse. In a team-based game, they always blame their teammates when it’s not performing well. Team morale is therefore negatively affected, which can lead everyone feel frustrated and wanting to quit. It’s best to kick out toxic players so that everyone could focus on the gameplay such as using mute and kick buttons for you to be ready to hit whenever someone in the game is becoming a toxic influence.

7. The Feeder

A feeder is the one who dies too many times in a game. With that definition, most of us do start playing games as feeders because we need time to learn how to play the game. But as long as when we have spent a certain amount of time playing a game and have mastered the basics, we will improve although there still are feeders at supposedly higher skill brackets.

If one find himself dying from the start of the game until the end, just learn to play safer by sticking with teammates and try to communicate with them. If you keep dying, it will only make the game harder and more frustrating for you and your teammates although your opponents will love you.

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Posted by on Dec 16, 2019 in Games, Mobile games |

Common Types of Mobile Gamers (Part 1)

Common Types of Mobile Gamers (Part 1)

Some gamers prefer to quietly obliterate baddies on their morning commute while others are more vocal wherever they play games. Although gaming techniques, strategies and reactions differ from person-to-person, there are some certain types gamers. Let’s take a look at them

1. The Casual Gamer
The casual gamers are those play to kill time such as during the office commute or wait for their turn. They don’t really picky about genre, as long as the games are entertained and engaged from simple puzzle to complex strategy game Casual gamers simply look for a bit of light fun when there is nothing better to do. People might think this is outright demeaning to hard-working game publishers, it is not. In fact, casual gamers are one of the main reasons for the flourishing mobile game industry spending a significant time on developing a variety of different gaming genres.

2. The Hardcore Gamer
Hardcore gamers are those who take titles and progress very seriously, and always get frustrated about not having enough “lives” and time to complete a level. They constantly update their game with new upgrades, releases and keep sending ‘gaming tools’ and ‘extra lives’ requests to friends on their social media profiles. Hardcore Gamers has amazing hand-eye coordination and they even get panic attack with minor smartphone glitches.

3. The Professional Gamer
Professional gamers are hardcore gamers possessing superior gaming skills and planning tendencies who earn money from the sector and focus on the mechanics of the game and constantly striving to improve their performance. Publishers approach professional gamers to test their games attractiveness or to find technical errors and bugs. Professionals often participate in various competitive events, developing their influence and might end up being a social influencer for gamer publishers, using their apparel to drive sales. Like hardcore gamers, they always keep track to update with the latest releases.

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Posted by on Nov 25, 2019 in Games, Mobile games, Technology |

Best Farming Games To Play (part 2)

Best Farming Games To Play (part 2)

Voodoo Garden

Voodoo Garden is a really unique, casual, clicker-style farming game with the fun setting and concept, released in 2016. In the game, you don’t simply live on a farm but on a farm in a swamp with all kinds of unique helpers and power ups. Once the swamp’s plants grow, spirits come to support you and you can purchase all kinds of new totems, plants, and animals to upgrade your farm and craft potions.

Farming Simulator

Farming Simulator is a series of farming games which is released almost yearly since 2008 on both PC and console as well as mobile versions of the games. In the game, player runs a farm as they grow crops and animals and then sell the items that they’ve harvested from their farms. For people that want a serious farming experience, this series is perfect.

Idle Farming Empire

Idle Farming Empire is an idle game, a genre which encourages long periods of inactivity, in which, you can manage the farm at the same time attend to other businesses. In the game, players can grow produce and earn money as working or sleeping. It can also be played without an Internet connection.

Farmville 2

If you were a fan of the Facebook version – Farmville, you’ll be pleased to know that Farmville 2 made its debut in the mobile world. Farmville 2 still maintains its social background by allowing players to play by themselves or with friends. Players can trade among the people you know to optimize your farm with thousands of farm and garden.

Farm Together

Farm together is another agricultural game allow multiplayer to play with options for customizing clothing, pet companion, house, and tractor to differentiate oneself from other players on the farm. One of the standout features is that it’s a idle game which allow time progresses on the farm even while you aren’t playing. You can visit your friends or strangers’ farms while they visit yours depending on permission settings.

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Posted by on Nov 18, 2019 in Games, Mobile games, Technology |

Best Farming Games To Play (part 1)

Best Farming Games To Play (part 1)

Video games are varied in terms of genre from massive battle royale-style games, role-playing, adventurous to life simulation games. However, the most popular is life simulation farming games which can be a game entirely focused on running a farm or it has a little more to do. There are so many that can overwhelm players. In this article, we will list some of the best recent offers. 

Hay Day

This farming game definitely falls on the simple end spectrum with a lot of similar features to the old popular Farmville. Although Hay Day has the advantage of being a mobile game which allows playing on the go, it tends to lack some of the features that other farming games have. Still, basic features where players can farm and fish is all that needed to past the time.

Story Of Seasons: Trio Of Towns

Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns is the latest game in the Harvest Moon series which emphasizes on not just running a farm but also building relationships with the people around them. The game was released on the Nintendo 3DS and other platforms as well. Like its typical storyline, player will control the main character who has just taken over a run-down farm that is no longer being taken care of. Their tasks are to build it back up to its former glory, get married, and start a family while taking care of their crops and animals.

Staxel

Staxel is a PC game that may look like the simple version of a Minecraft which is an old school building game with open-world format and the huge variety of things to do in the game. However, it’s actually a separate game entirely in which players get to build and maintain a farm while getting to know the people around them and doing quests in order to help them and maintain a friendship.

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Posted by on Oct 29, 2019 in Games, Mobile games |

5 best cooking games

5 best cooking games

Cooking is one of the finest arts no matter it is supposed to cater to a person’s individual taste or a group of culinary experts. You probably love cooking for your love ones but what if you want to experience the feel of cooking at a professional level. Well, you could just try cooking games which are designed to give the customers exactly what they want. The joy of killing some time, and precious knowledge on the art of cooking.

In this article, we will introduce a list of best cooking games. 

World Chef

World Chef is one of the most popular cooking games which allow you to try cooking recipes from about 20 nationalities all over the world. You must give the best shot in running your own restaurant including managing servers, chefs, and welcoming VIP guests to your restaurant. Players must attempt to stay profit in a competitive environment by making attractive decorations, speeding up the service offer and ensuring VIP customers keep coming. If you got all these points covered, you will definitely win big in World Chef.

Restaurant Dash: Gordon Ramsay

You probably know about the eccentric and easily irritable chef Gordon Ramsay and his series of TV reality shows – Master Chef. But, do you know that he had his own game.

Actually, he does. The game names Restaurant Dash which is made by Glu, a popular developer in the mobile gaming segment. Restaurant Dash revolves around a busy restaurant, in which you will build restaurants, and eventually expand your empire all over the world. You must win dedicated boss battles within the game featuring Gordon Ramsay, which is designed to test your in-game skill. One of the interesting points of the game is the customization of the character and avatar. There used to be several “Dash” based games, but this personalized avatar is a first for this particular game by the developers. 

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