What do you use your tablet for? Whether you have an iPad or an Android device, the chances are that you use it a lot for gaming. It’s nothing to be ashamed of – having a not-so-cheap device for playing mobile games. It also serves as a social media device, if I am not mistaken, not to mention the occasional important email, yes?
When it comes to the point, we all have to admit that awesome games can be seen as a savior in so many situations. Games are part of our modern lives, and if you’re looking for new entertaining games to get hooked on, here are five to choose from.
1. Real Racing 3
Racing at its best. That’s really the only proper way to describe Real Racing 3. It’s not the #1 top free app in over 90 countries in the Apple App Store for nothing, and it’s also available on Google Play. If you like your supercars, challenging race tracks, and real tracks, then this game has to be on your tablet.
2. Injustice: Gods Among Us
I have been playing this game on the iPad for almost a year, I think, and I still am not tired of it. If you are a DC fan, then Injustice: Gods Among Us is the game for you. You get to fight using your superheroes of choice against other superheroes. You can level them up, use extra powers, and earn gear to make your characters even stronger. It has a regular mode, challenge mode, and online mode. Give it a try, and I am pretty sure you’ll be happily swiping away.
3. Assassin’s Creed Pirates
A relatively new game, Assassin’s Creed Pirates is all about you living the life of a pirate captain. You can fight naval combats, build up your crew and ship, and enjoy the beautiful visuals of this game. New it may be, the game has high ratings already. It’s made by Ubisoft and available for both iOS and Android.
For those with an aptitude for numbers, 2048 is the new game in town. It has taken the niche by storm, and has very high ratings as well. The idea is to swap tiles, with each tile having a number on it. When tiles with the same number touch, they merge. The goal is to reach the 2048 tile and get the highest score you can. It has a web-based version, but you can download it on your iOS or Android tablet so you can play it any time, anywhere.
5. Bejeweled Blitz
Bejeweled Blitz has been around for a very long time, but it still remains the most popular puzzle game out there. PopCap has a goldmine in this game, tapping into the competitive spirit of puzzle lovers by allowing players to connect to their Facebook accounts so that they can compete with their friends for the highest score of the week. It’s already a classic on its own right, and if you’re still not playing it, it’s about time you did.
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