Mobile Gaming For The Win
“What did you do this weekend?”
Why, I am so thrilled and immensely glad you asked.
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It all started when I awoke Saturday morning and had this sudden urge of kleptomania. I knew this urge wasn’t going to disappear. (I’ve been experiencing it like clockwork every Saturday once I open my organic lenses.)
I hijacked the nearest car and made my way to the shopping mall that had the most options available to satisfy my burglarizing needs. I ran through the hallways and something made me stop at one of the mobile phone retailers. I made sure my butter knife was ready and waiting in my pocket if things started to get hairy. (There was a barber shop nearby, though.)*
I ran into the store room; squeezing through the folks standing in their respective cues whilst gripping the butter knife – neatly hidden away under my unzipped jacket. I closed my eyes and stood there pointing in various directions for about fifteen minutes to the sound of: “Eeny, meeny, miny, moe” in my mind and grabbed the small box I ended up pointing at.
After a few gunshot wounds to both my knees, I arrived home and ripped the packaging open with my teeth. I passed out due to pain shortly afterwards and I awoke to Dennis from Far Cry 3 etching a tattoo onto my forearm. He recommended me a few apps and games to download that would make life more bearable on the Rook islands.
So, yeah, I upgraded from a Nokia 3310 to something with more processing power and lots of options.
I was grateful and filled with joy to download three games I played on Marko‘s phone in the past and I really enjoyed the fact to play something that wasn’t on a console and / or PC.
Rayman Jungle Run, Cut The Rope and Plants vs. Zombies were the victims. I’m a bit behind when it comes to games or nifty apps on handhelds, but I now know the absolute joy of experiencing what you good folk experienced quite some time ago. I still love my other games all the same, but I cannot run through Rapture when adding to the weight of a car.
Would you kindly name your own favourite mobile games you enjoy when procrastinating your studies or work?
I MUST know.
Please excuse my, I have to gather all the Lums.
*I do not advocate theft or any crimes knowable to mankind. Relax.