It might be something you downloaded because you get bored on layovers, waiting in line, or in traffic on public transportation. Or you heard about the latest craze, wanted to find out what it was all about and got hooked. What’s amazing is no matter where you are, it’s pretty easy to play games because of the technology our mobile phones and laptops are now capable of. Sometimes I still get shocked that we hold in the palm of our hands more hardware and software than that which sent man to the Moon (btw, Moon landing 50th anniversary on July 20!).
So whether it’s Candy Crush, Clash of Clans, or Pokémon Go, we find ourselves easily entertained wherever we may be. What gaming apps are on your phone, laptop or desktop?
I can only keep up with two: Elvenar, which is an epic fantasy city-building game developed by a German-based company and Wizards Unite, the Harry Potter counterpart of Pokémon Go. I periodically play Homescapes and Word Cookies. My gateway gaming apps were The Legend of Zelda, The Sims and Second Life. I loved the art of Final Fantasy VIII.
Link + Zelda forever!