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Types of Games: Mobile (cell phone) and online (computer web browser) versions of many of the popular computer games are available as apps for mobile and touch screen devices, meaning you can download them directly to your cell phone or tablet and play them anywhere there’s an available connection. Popular examples of games with this feature include: Angry Birds, Doodle Jump, Game center, My Time, Temple of Solitaire, Sudoku, and Tic-Tac-Toe. You can also find free online games based on popular movie franchises such as Harry Potter, Star Wars, and Iron Man. Just type the movie into any search engine and you’ll find out what I’m talking about.
Types of Free Online Games: There are literally thousands of different types of free online games for both iPhone and iPad devices. Some of my favorites are word and board games, trivia games, and hidden object games. A couple of popular multiplayer games are Brink of Fortune and Foursquare. Here’s a quick list of some of my favorites:
In case you haven’t guessed, trivia app is what I’m talking about. The first one I’d recommend is Quizzy. It’s a free app for iPhone and iPod Touch users that feature trivia game competitions, and the winners get a prize. For example, in one version of the game you answer basic questions like “What is the capital of Venezuela?” and “Who was the shortest president in United States history?”
Another one of my all-time favorites is Scrabble Go. This is a great app for iPhone and iPod Touch users who are looking for a Scrabble-type game where they can choose from a variety of game cards (green, white, red, black, etc.) and engage in head-to-head battles using their tiles. The winners of each game earns points and the stage progresses to the next, so you’re never sure when you might need to replenish your tiles. These auctions, via sites such as asikdewa are also available online.
For those of you who love playing trivia games, time heist pits two right away. This is another one of my favorites because it allows you to play at any time. You can even make it a multiplayer game so you and a friend can win a big prize in the bargain. If you have never played Scrabble, it’s free online games for iPhone and iPod Touch that are a lot of fun. You’ll need to have at least a decent connection to be able to play these particular apps, but after that you’ll have a good time.