iOS Games

July = vacation. That’s what you’ll find in my dictionary. Sun, beach, culture, music, games (duh!) and doing nothing. What the hell is she talking about, is what you’re all thinking right now, right? Well, bear with me boys and girls. I will get to the point. So my trip to Los Angeles is booked and that means 10+ hours time to kill. What do you do then? Well, first of all come at me bro, I’m ready for the sun. I’ve been ready my whole life. But back to killing time. What I do is, yes you’ve guessed it right, I play games on my iPhone. And that’s where this post idea comes from. I want to make your lives easier on vacation so keep on reading this post and you’ll thank me later.

So now we’re just going to get straight to the point. You iOS lovers are going to find a list at the end of this post with games you can download on your iPhone, iPad, iPod and everything starting with an i. This post will probably be read more by the iOS users, hence title of this post, but most games you can probably download on your Android or Windows phones too so don’t go away just yet.

I know what you’re all thinking. Oh no, not another list, there are enough lists with iOS games. But what we actually want to do is … we would like to make a list with iOS games our readers like. So not the most downloaded games or the most expensive games or something like that. No, we want to make a list for our readers, made by our readers. So this way we have a list with games we can all come back to if we need time to kill while we’re on the plane or just waiting for our vacation to start.

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We’re going to start by putting our favourites on the list so if you would like to add one or two or even 10, just let us know in the comment section and maybe, if they are fun enough, we will add them to the list. Just one catch. No paid games. Free games for the win.

So this is the list in random order:

DrawSomething – a game for all you creative souls out there.
QuizUp – one for all the quizzers (obviously).
Subway Surfers – for all the subway surfers? Just kidding, don’t do that, that’s not safe. Just download it because it’s a lot of fun.
Solitaire – for all the old-school card lovers.
Stack – for the stackers?
Faily Brakes – ride or die bitch.
Angry Birds – for the angry boys and girls out there.
Charles – weird gamers?

Let us know what you think of this list and don’t forget to let us know what your favourite iOS games are by leaving a comment in the comment section. Have fun checking out our fun and free games and don’t forget some sunscreen 😉

How to win the game 2048

You know that one game the whole world was suddenly obsessed about and then woops before you even played it, the obsession was gone. Well, I’m pretty sure there are a lot but I’m talking about the game 2048. At first this game was only available on our phones but for a while now it’s also available online. This game has been around for almost 2 years but it’s still being played by a lot of people.

2048 is an extremely addictive puzzle game with a very simple concept. The goal is to slide numbered tiles on a grid to combine them to create a tile with the number 2048. It seems easy right? Well then, apparently you don’t know what game I’m talking about so check out the original game on the site and come back. Don’t worry we won’t be going anywhere. We’ll be waiting right here.

So if you’re back or you’re still reading this blog it means you still haven’t figured out how to win this silly but weirdly easy game right? Well don’t worry, at one point in our lives we felt exactly like that. We searched the internet for clues and we found them and now we want to share them with our lovely readers. So keep reading and by the end of this blog post you will know how to win the game 2048.

Without further due we’re going to give you the 2 most important tips that will help you win this addictive game so you can finally go on with your life.
1) First of all, don’t use every corner, so don’t move the blocks to every direction but just move the blocks in maximum three directions.
2) The second and final thing is that while you’re just using two or three corners you have to keep your highest number(s) in a corner of the grid. So don’t move that shit to much.

So that’s it actually. When I heard about those 2 tips, I played the game keeping those tips in mind and I won the game straight away. But I’m not going to lie. The second and third time, I didn’t win so you’ll probably just have to get lucky too. But just go ahead and try it and maybe you will win. Who knows?

Good luck and let us know in the comment section if you won by using our tips because we would love to know. See you later game lovers.

Hasmik’s guilty pleasure game

So you’ve had a really long day and it seemed like that to-do list would never get finished. But now you’re in your bed all cuddled up, ready to relax and escape to … anywhere. Let’s say your dog is sleeping or your cat isn’t talking to you and of course Netflix isn’t working at the moment (HELP!). But what do you do now? You play your guilty pleasure game right? Well that’s what I usually do. This guilty pleasure game isn’t a game you talk about with your friends. It might not even be good, but it’s a game that when you play it you can unwind and enjoy yourself. I’m pretty sure every gamer has some games that they like to play and, for various reasons, they are embarrassed to share with others.

So back to the title of this post right now. What’s my guilty pleasure game you ask? Well, drumroll please, my guilty pleasure game is … Tetris. Yes, I said it. I play Tetris. On Facebook. If I have to be honest a few years ago I used to play Tetris all day. Like every day. But now it’s my guilty pleasure game and no one knows it. Well now everyone knows it but still. I’m not really a gamer so if I have to unwind or enjoy myself I usually just read a book or watch a movie but sometimes after a long day, I like to come home and get in bed and just play Tetris. I know, I know, it’s not that exciting and there are probably better games out there, but who cares. I love Tetris so that’s all for today.


What’s your favourite guilty pleasure game? Let us know in the comment section and tell us why you like that game so much? We would love to read them all and maybe we will make a list with guilty pleasure games later.

Microsoft Windows Games

Remember the good old days when we used to play games on our Microsoft Windows computers? If you’re a nineties kid, just like me, you’ll definitely know what games I’m talking about. Oh, the good old ‘95 and 2000 Microsoft Windows computers. They really were the best right? A computer that was so freaking slow and you actually couldn’t do much with it. Just Paint here and wait there, game here and wait there. I’m pretty sure you all know the games we’re going to talk about very well.

We didn’t play those games because they were so much fun. No no no, we played those games because we didn’t have much of a choice. We didn’t have 10,000 games to choose from. We just had Minesweeper, Solitaire, FreeCell and 3D Pinball. And if you were lucky, and you had rich parents who had an Internet connexion, you had some additional Windows games. Games like Hearts, Internet Backgammon, Internet Checkers, Internet Hearts, Internet Reversi, Internet Spades, Spider Solitaire, Chess Titans, Mahjong Titans and Purple Place.

Back in the day when we had one computer for the whole household, I’m pretty sure we were all obsessed with those games. So read on and don’t forget to check out the games. You can actually find similar Microsoft Windows games online but of course they are all modernised now.

First up is Minesweeper. Windows Minesweeper is a game that has been included with all versions of Microsoft Windows up through Windows 7. The goal of the game is to locate each of the mines and safely mark the mines with a flag. Once all bombs have been marked and all other squares have been cleared the player wins the game. If a bomb is selected and not marked it explodes and the player loses the game. That’s it. Easy peasy.

Our second game is Solitaire. Windows Solitaire is just like the classic real-life card game. The goal of the game is to go through a deck of cards and arrange the randomized cards in order and by suit, starting each suit with the Ace card and going all the way up to the King.

Our third game is FreeCell. Windows FreeCell is a card game that is similar to Solitaire where all cards are randomly placed into eight piles. The user must organize those piles by suit starting with the King card and going up to the Ace.

Last but definitely not least is 3D Pinball. Windows 3D Pinball is a simple Pinball game included with Microsoft Windows 2000 and above. In this version of 3D Pinball the user can play the Space Cadet pinball table.

What do you like about those games and do you still play some of them? Let us know in the comment section because we would love to hear from all of you. Don’t forget to come back and check out our other blog posts about games. See you game lovers later.