iOS Android Games you are addicted to

zezo

New member
People are addicted to mobile games. Almost all types of games, for example: fortnite ,pubg, 4 pics 1 word and 8 ball pool.
So what type of games are you addicted to?
And what to you recommend for me?
 

Camelie

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I'm fond of MOBAs like Onmyoji Arena and Mobile Legends, though those are fillers to a degree. I like to play those when there's wifi and there's nothing else to play.

I'm addicted to turn-based strategy games with gatcha aspects. I absolutely adore Fate: Grand Order and Onmyoji because of this.
 

Nova

Member
I kind of feel addicted to the tower defense games. And it can be pretty fun if you ask me. Lot of times those games add up more fun in the routine. And it does not feel much busy for me. I tend to make good times with those games. That's one reason I say I am kind of addicted to some of those games.
 

Heatman

Member
I have tried my very best to see if it's possible to stop being addicted to playing soccer or football games, but it all unsuccessfully because I'm truly a football lover and fan, so I'm not sure if I can ever be able to stop stop myself from being addicted to football games. PES, FIFA, FOOTBALL MANAGER, TOP ELEVEN FOOTBALL MANAGER etc are all among the football games I'm into.
 

Anachiwo

Member
Fortnite is the only game which I'm completely addicted to playing. I simply cannot hold back my addiction to the game. There are some other games which I play but not addicted to them like I am to playing Fortnite.
 

Heatman

Member
Fortnite is the only game which I'm completely addicted to playing. I simply cannot hold back my addiction to the game. There are some other games which I play but not addicted to them like I am to playing Fortnite.
There is virtually no other game that could be more addictive than this one called Fortnite. It's addiction level is way beyond any charts ever in any games whatsoever.
 

Anachiwo

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There is virtually no other game that could be more addictive than this one called Fortnite. It's addiction level is way beyond any charts ever in any games whatsoever.
I vehemently agree with you on this. Fortnite is the bomb.
 

Nova

Member
I think for me the realm defense, and some of the mystery and horror games seems to be making the cut. I guess for each one of us it could be different though. Because we have different taste and we don't really know which game are something people love from their own context. That is what I can tell you.
 

Ash

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To be honest, at this moment, I wouldn't say I'm addicted to any game at all really. If you asked me a few months back, I would have said Red Dead Redemption 2 and maybe Fortnite Battle Royale. But both games haven't been too addictive recently especially with the Fortnite season coming to end now so I'm patiently waiting for the new season to start. And unfortunately, Rockstar haven't been great with the RDR2 online updates so the game has become slightly boring recently.
 

Nova

Member
Yes addiction is kind of phase comes and goes. Most of the games that I have played in 2018. I am not much addicted to them. And I make sure that I don't play for hours. And it can get pretty addicted on the gameplay side. So I tend to watch others play and get my gaming addiction in control. That's how I am seeing things.
 

Anachiwo

Member
Yes addiction is kind of phase comes and goes. Most of the games that I have played in 2018. I am not much addicted to them. And I make sure that I don't play for hours. And it can get pretty addicted on the gameplay side. So I tend to watch others play and get my gaming addiction in control. That's how I am seeing things.
I think that we grow in maturity with playing games. I'm not addicted to some games at the moment unlike how I used to be when I was a lot younger. I also think that responsibility makes one to cut down game time.
 

Nova

Member
I think PUBG and Fortnite addiciton is harder to control. Only way to control such addiction is getting people to work on jobs. And make them pay bills. That seems to be the way for the person for getting out of addiction. That seems to be the cure for the addiction in most of the context. That's what I have noticed.