I have to confess that I didn’t know my butt could go numb until I started playing games on my smartphone while sitting the pot. It actually happens. Such a weird feeling, guys. For a moment, you think you’ll have to learn to walk again.
However, you know in your heart that it won’t be the last time it happens to you. Who can resist having an addictive playing session in the loo?
The only thing that could spoil your fun is not having the perfect time-killing games installed on your device. No fear, AppsZoom‘s here. We all are avid WC-players and have some good suggestions to share with you. So go have a seat on the ceramic throne – we are going to have a blast!
When we refer to perfect games to play in the loo, addictiveness is the keyword. As long as they don’t affect playability, parameters such as graphics, controls, upgrading system… aren’t such important.
Hanger is a good example of that premise: casual gameplay, colorful yet minimalist graphics and simple controls. However, once the game is installed in your device, supernatural forces work their magic and keep you glued to it.
Use your rope to swing hanging dummies as if they were Spiderman to make them reach the goal. When you inevitably crash against the ground or any wall, you lose body parts. The more intact you finish the level, the higher the final score. In addition, the amount of rope used also counts: less rope used means more points. The final score will determine if you get one, two or three stars in that level.
Hanger’s physics engine is what make it so addictive. You’ll sweat blood to master it.
Are you ready for a tasty hit of the bizarre? That’s what Super Monsters Ate My Condo has to offer.
Feed the hungry monsters colored condos from the teetering tower, making matches both with their color and within the tower itself. Zillions of possible combos and bonuses combined with stellar graphics and frantic music make it an absolute riot to play. The built in tutorial gets you up to speed on the complex game mechanics fast, and from there on out it’s an instant addiction.
The multitude and variety of goals to complete plus the scores of discoverable extras keep things fresh and sweet.
Cartoon Wars 2 is the perfect sequel for what’s already become one of the most successful Gamevil sagas (after Zenonia).
Cartoon Wars 2 excellently merges Defense and Real Time Strategy gameplay. It’s set in a Cartoon World with two conflicting tribes. You’re a breed of stickmen that has been forced into slavery by the monsters tribe. Like other defense, the goal is to protect your headquarters and pull the monster’s headquarters down. You will need to gain terrain by sending, at the right time, hordes of troops with unique skills.
Upgrading is necessary. Earn gold and gems to boost your units and skills. There are even more types of units (over 80), new heros, more upgrades, weapons and, what’s more important: more levels. Addictiviness is guaranteed.
It’s got that indie feeling, you know what I mean? Yes, that perfect cocktail of cute artwork, originality and addictive gameplay, all seasoned with simplicity. That’s what you’ll find in Crumble Zone.
You embody a robot (that really looks like Glu Mobile’s logo. Sorry, I had to say it) who’s protecting a little planet (or a satellite) from wayward comets. He’s been properly armed to avoid them. However, the game becomes harder to beat as it progresses, so you’ll need to use diamonds you collect from broken asteroids to upgrade weaponry.
Graphics are as simple and good, presenting an minimalist ideal of beauty. In addition, it features intuitive controls, different game modes (including an in-device heads-up), achievements, and a well-balanced upgrading system. Addictiviness and beauty in a fifty-fifty ratio. A pleasure for your fingertips.
Smash Hit is somehow an ever-runner, predictably measured by how much distance you have covered, but you can’t actually dodge anything or move anywhere other than forward, forward, forward. Tap on the obstacles and the esoteric pyramids to throw and get new metal balls. These elements are made of crystal, and – don’t ask why – you feel serious satisfaction when your target is smashed into shards.
Music and sound effects are not strictly important, but they’re so beautiful, so embedded with the allure of the fragility of beauty that wow, do yourself the favor of putting your headphones on. The attention to audio detail is an important part of this game’s addictiveness.
Smash Hit is a beautifully addictive gaming experience. A perfect game to leave worldly noise and mundane problems far behind. Suitable for everyone.