Cool Mobile Games

With the development of technology, mobile phones have brought more and more convenience and fun. It is no longer limited to making telephone calls or sending messages, it offers e-mail, games, music, has evolved into a camera and later into a video camera.

Many young people have a particular interest in playing mobile games, so they play mobile games as long as they have free time. There are many different kinds of mobile games such as adventure games, card games, action games, role playing games, classical games and so on. “Super Mario Brothers” is a classical game that most people know, every stage of this game is very challenging and exciting; the games of JX series were also intensely fashionable for a short time; “San Guo” is an adventure game based on war stories from

The Three Kingdoms period of Chinese history; the 3-D action game has really taken off extremely well with boys.

No matter which game we are attracted to play till the end. The reason is to beat the “The Giant” which mostly interests us. In other words, there will be a “giant” at the end of every stage in every game which is most difficult to overcome. Suppose in an action game, the “giant” will possess the strongest powers and the best equipment, if you want to beat it, you must reach the right energy levels and have the necessary powerful equipments from the gaming zones with skilled playing experience. Otherwise you can’t defeat the “giant”, thus you won’t be able to play the next stage, though you will be itching to reach the next stage with much expectation and curiosity. I guess this makes the mobile games even more addicting and enjoying.

To win the game on your mobile phone, you need to be able to control the keyboard especially the direction key can help you succeed to the next stage. Playing mobile games has become a part of our life. It has greatly enriched our life and is a lovely way of spending leisure time.

I have already fallen in love with the cool new mobile game that I just downloaded for my cell phone.

Opportunities Available for Mobile Game Developers

The sales of smart devices are rapidly increasing in the world. Interestingly, a large number of them are sold due to gaming and the numbers are increasing every year. Playing on tablets such as iPad and Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 are more convenient than phones, due to the larger screen size. As per statistics, the smartphone game sales on just iOS and Android during 2009 comprised almost 19% of the market. Two years hence, it climbed up to 58% and is currently at the top of the apps market, generating expected revenues in excess of $8 million for 2013 and almost double for the next year. One can observe several new mobile game developers joining communities of gaming every day.

A common platform that is used for creating play software is Unity, which also has an SDK. The latest version of this is Unity 4, through which high quality games are made in lesser time and cost as compared to previous versions. Mobile game developers can use this software both for iOS and Android Operating Systems. Features worth mentioning in Unity 4 are real-time shadows, multi-screen Airplay and dynamic fonts which creates an entire mobile gaming ecosystem in itself.

There is tremendous scope for mobile game development in the market, as the industry is one of the most lucrative ones in the IT sector. Three years back, during 2010, it earned a total of US$ 800 million. Companies such as Sony are in the market with the Xperia Play (PlayStation phone), on which PlayStation games can be played using similar controls. In addition, Microsoft alsohas released its Windows Phone 7 that can connect to the Xbox 360 console.

Surprisingly, the international mobile gaming community comprises of an audience that is present across ages and not just youngsters. Adults between 50-59 years in the US are common users, closely followed by those in the 30-49 bracket. There is also a mobile game development company which promotes gaming for a socially beneficial cause. As per the demands of modern lifestyle, one is constantly moving around and thereby, s portable smart device with gaming capabilities is most convenient. Of course, it is quite unnecessary and inconvenient to carry an Xbox or a PlayStation console.

Along with gaming, tablets have now also been integrated into the customer service management module. An example of this is the Fiat Caffe across the world, where different features of company cars and services provides can be viewed. These apps actively engage enthusiastic customers at the Caffe. In general, the tablets can be used either to up-sell products and services or to collect feedback about customer experiences with the brand.

Today, there is a huge variety of apps both in the Apple Store and the Google Play store, many of which are for gaming. Some of these are free and some are paid. Bigger screens enable tablets to provide a great degree of fun while playing.

Free Mobile Phone Games Come to the IPhone

Ever since the advent of the personal computer, people have looked to them for entertainment just as much as for business use. This holds true to this day, and portable devices are no exceptions. When the work is done, here are a few iPhone games that will provide hours of fun and won’t cost you a cent.

Sol Free Solitaire (Smallware) – One of the ultimate time killers ever to come to computers, it’s only natural that it would come to the iPhone. Sol Free Solitaire contains five games in one: Klondike Deal 1, Klondike Deal 3, Baker’s Game, Demon and Spiderette. The perfect, age old way to pass a little or a lot of time.

Bejeweled (PopCap Games) – One of the most popular games ever created by PopCap Games, Bejeweled is a simple puzzle game that’s fun and highly addictive. Match three or more jewels of different colors and shapes by swapping two at a time to clear them from the board. Creating combos by matches falling into place creates special gems that can clear several around itself or clear all of one color from the board.

TapTap Revenge (Tapulous) – Rhythm games like Rock Band and Guitar Hero have become very popular lately. Many software companies look to create similar games to provide a variety of choices. TapTap Revenge is one such game. Catch the falling arrows synced to its own music by tapping the screen or shaking the iPhone from side to side. Also includes a two player mode to compete with your friends.

Duck Hunt (Nintendo) – A classic console game emulated for the iPhone. Tap the screen to fire up to three shots at the duck flying around (two ducks in later rounds) before they fly away. Ten ducks advances you to the next round, which start flying faster. A great game for coordination or a bit of nostalgia (stop laughing at me, dog!).

The Battle for Orion’s Belt (Cellufun) – A unique game out of the bunch, The Battle for Orion’s Belt is a top-down action game that pits your spaceship against others in an engaging story where you rise from the ranks and eventually command a squadron of your own. Upgradeable ships, customizable controls and unlocked trophies will have you coming back again and again to put your top score in the game’s community.

Of course, this list only scratches the surface of the available free mobile phone games for the iPhone. There are literally hundreds of games in every genre imaginable: sports, action, adventure, card games, board games, pet simulators and some which defy all categories. Quite a few of them won’t cost you a cent, but you should always be careful. Sometimes you really do get what you pay for. But these are few and far between. For every game that feels like it was thrown together in an afternoon, there’s another that has an unexpected amount of detail and work put into it. With enough time, you’re sure to find games that you’ll play over and over again.