We all love Angry Birds, but let’s not kid ourselves, we also play other mobile games (oh, the shame!). What are you favorites? Why? What makes them great?
OK, now I’m on a mission. :)
I’ve noticed that an astonishing number of my friends play Candy Crush. Of course, in some cases it may be their young children who are playing — but I see plenty of friends popping up who don’t have children.
I avoided this game for ages, because of the (to me) childish and cheesy design. And then I got…[Read more]
Oh dear…I just found this group, and apparently it’s going away!
Well, before it’s too late, let me put in my recommendation for Smash Hit from Mediocre. I play it on my iPad Mini; it’s also available for Android from the Google Play store (although I haven’t tried it on my Samsung S4…prefer the larger screen).
This is a brilliant,…[Read more]
This group will soon be closed. Check out the awesome site: http://www.rocketpond.com for more awesome games.
Should probably close this group too. What say you all (no response means no one is here = closing)?
Stopped playing the new update to Where’s my Water? 2 because they require keys from Facebook friends or $ to open new levels beyond the first set. I paid for the first bunch, but when they wanted more $ shortly later I quit. There are also a couple of levels it’s impossible to pass without using power-ups. This is both according to the laws of…[Read more]
@mvnla2 I started playing WMW2 in november and stopped after realizing there was energy meter system implemented in game. Disney removed it from game with the latest update and I thought I might continue playing game that I really love and enjoy. However, I simply don’t have enough time to play all games that I love. I didn’t know that you really…[Read more]
@Cosmo2503 — It’s been a long, long time (~2 wks? You’ve got to be kidding) since I played WWW2, and I don’t remember exactly which levels. They were the last challenge in a set, so you didn’t have to pass it. I think the vacuum PU was what was required.
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