Free Mobile Games – Is It a Boon or Bane?
Do you spend your free time playing games on your smartphone? Have you downloaded games in your phone? There are always two faces for a coin.
Mobile games are those that are played in your featured or smartphones. Starting with the basic snake games, these have evolved to be better with more realistic features. They are modified to show better graphics, with multiple player facilities (even from different places) and more. These games can be classified to premium and freemium. Premium games ask payment for downloading the app, while freemium ones are free to download but they ask for real cash to enter certain levels.
Mobile game players vary from bored old parents to enthusiastic teenagers to even small kids. They all have different options, like easy swipe games to the violent shooting ones. For old or middle-aged people there are games with lesser efforts like the easy finger swiping. There are location-based games, shooting games or even augmented reality games in the market for teenagers with a great adrenaline rush.
Location-based games have features that trace your location, connect it with the game and make your movement the main aspect of the game. In augmented reality games, your smartphone camera captures the images and through the screen, the game graphics help you to interact with your surrounding as well. These graphics are usually drawn and they move according to your movement.
Lovers of action packed movies and series can opt for shooting or war games, etc. There are many varieties of these in the stores, which are multiple players and allow you to interact and play with several players across the world. For growing children, there are many educational games that help them to improve their habits. Those games show the daily tasks they should follow or the daily habits they should acquire. There are games to improve their language as well.
Are these games on your smartphone worth wasting your time? Honestly, they are not. Most of them in the store are made just for profit and those freemium games often ask you to pay real money at crucial levels which leave you of no choice. Most of you spend your savings in these so-called free games, in a hurry to get to next level or to unlock the hardest one, etc.
Most of the games keep you addicted to them that while playing you just forget the time running by. There are many reports that show how a player gets addicted to these that they end up killing themselves or they get so hooked up in the phone that they meet with some sort of accidents.