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Everyone with a smartphone in their pocket is a gamer, with some of the best and most addictive titles available with just a tab. If you have an idea for a game that would fit perfectly on the screen of an iOS device, then you need to grab the iOS 8 Game Hacker Bundle. It’s on sale right now for just $ 59.
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Last year when President Barack Obama delivered a YouTube speech encouraging young kids to learn to code, he hadn’t actually had any coding experience himself. To kick off this year’s Computer Science Education Week, POTUS……
Two Dots was one of the better iPhone games to come out this year and a definite improvement over the simple but addictive original. Fortunately, those of us who use Android every day can now give it a shot — the game is out now in the Google Play Store. It’s a free download and is a straight port of the iOS version and contains the same in-app purchases as the original. Fortunately, just like the iOS version, those in-app purchases are entirely unnecessarily to enjoy the game. Sure, running out of lives is a bummer, but it’s smart to take a break now and then. And if you’re a cross-platform player, you can connect the app to Facebook and all your progress will sync across both iOS and Android devices.
If you’re unfamiliar with the game…
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This year, HTML5 games rock! We can say that it has been a fantastic year for HTML5 games for both consumers as well as for the developers. Therefore, we thought it is good time to compile all the incredible and addictive HTML5 games that we have seen this year. It is a fact that HTML5 is quickly turning into a great game development platform.
Below, you will find 40 incredible and extremely addictive HTML5 games that can be played in your web browser. Beware! They are extremely addictive!
Do feel free to share your opinions with us via comment section below. Enjoy!
Play Vector Runner Remix
Space Cannon 3D
Chain RXN Advanced
Towers Of Wolin
Chrome World Wide Maze
Fluid Table Tennis
What if your goal in Tetris was to build a structure with the pieces rather than make solid horizontal lines? That’s the idea behind Scaffold Now, a free Flash-based platformer. As decidedly non-standard Tetris blocks fall down the screen, you need to find a place to put them and make pseudo-steps so you can keep away from the ever-rising death line. The production values aren’t particularly high, but that doesn’t matter. It’s a fun way to kill some time on a cold winter weekend — just beware that the finicky controls might infuriate you.
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