Gaming News today from NYtimes talked about Most Favorite Mobile Game for Experts all ages. We are very curious what the games are? BOB TEDESCHI, the writer of its journal stated that he asked Mark Hurst, a technology consultant in New York who publishes an annual list of gift suggestions and a list of favorite games on his Web site, GoodExperience.com.
In the next paragraph, Bob continue to explain about Most Favorite Mobile Game for Experts all ages. And he from this point compared about Osmos ($5 for iPad, $3 for other Apple devices ), a supercool arcade-style game where players battle and absorb abstract shapes to become the biggest blob on the block.
It might nothing he could do but he must ask the right man. Yeah, Bob now asked Eddy Boxerman, the lead Osmos developer, to recommend one game, and he chose Eliss ($3 on Apple), a game of abstract logic that’s highly rated by iTunes users, but less visually appealing than Osmos and more difficult. Some players need a year to complete the game’s 25 levels, so it’s best suited for adults and more determined teenagers. and after that, Bob make some additional Most Favorite Mobile Game for Experts all ages.
Pocket Edition ($7 on Android, with a free demo version)
Cribblenauts Remix ($5 on Apple)
Whale Trail ($1 on Apple)
Bike Baron ($1 on Apple)
Light Bike 2 (free on Apple)
Bubble Ball (free on Apple and Android with pro versions on Apple and Android for $1)
Cut the Rope ($1 on Apple and Android)
Nintaii ($3 on Android, $1 on Apple with a free versions on Android and Apple)
Solipskier ($3 on Android, $1 on Apple)
Sky Gamblers: Rise of Glory ($5, with a free version).
So, which game do you ever played?