You know how much of a non-gamer I am. I wouldn’t know a WoW from a WWF. Just the same, that doesn’t mean that I don’t have a game or two in my phone. After all, you do need to kill time every now and then, like when waiting in line at the grocery.
The common denominator: I tend to go for casual games that are simple yet logically challenging.
So here are the casual games that are in my (Android) phone at the moment:
Flow Free by Big Duck Games LLC. Once you get how it works, this is an addictive logic game that sees you completely filling out a box with varicolored lines. Again. And again.
Unblock Me Free by Kiragames, Co., Ltd. The classic sokoban conundrum, where you shift blocks around to let a master block pass through. Except this time using nicely detailed wooden blocks. Great swipe feel.
Candy Crush Saga by King.com. This is sooo girly that I am ashamed just to even have it on my phone! Argh! And yet the puzzles, presented in Wreck-It Ralph Sugar Rush vividness/cuteness, can be pachinko-addictive in their bells-and-whistles dissolution.
Gah. Time killers alright. And speaking of time killers, here are last week’s news.
Monday, March 11
Contest Alert! WD giving away five 500GB My Passport external HDDs
Treats await LG Optimus G early adopters: Check ‘em out here!
Epson Philippines shows off expanded Batangas plant, new 3D and interactive projectors
Innerexile iPhone 5 case review
Google Maps for iOS updated to v1.1
Tuesday, March 12
Enjoy discounts, free phones in The Great Samsung Sale!
Sony Xperia J Jelly Bean update starts it global tour
Globe Telecom launches Globe Community online community-building and customer-service initiative
BlackBerry Z10 to be available with Globe Telecom’s ‘best plan deals’
Wednesday, March 13
Win a Procare Mobile Cleaning Kit for your favorite device!
Review: Belkin ScreenCast AV 4 Wireless AV-to-HDTV Adapter
Cherry Mobile MF1 WiFi Hotspot Phone | Review
Qualcomm reiterates commitment to the mobile-device market in 2013
Thursday, March 14
A visual guide to all of Facebook’s privacy settings
Android malware exploits increased in 2012, all other platforms decreased
How to give away a waterproof Android phone: submerge it in soda – the Sony Xperia Acro S
Did you really think that tablets could replace paper?
Friday, March 15
Intel previews the Acer Liquid C1 Android smartphone
Tech Musings: Jumping ship—from iOS to Android
Samsung Galaxy S4! Our First Impressions
This is the Samsung Galaxy S IV
Asus MicroATX Motherboards say no to discrete graphic cards, offers improved USB 3.0 performance
Seagate celebrates a milestone: 2 billion hard disks shipped
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