Online games have been a major part of our daily lives, they keep us entertained while helping us keep our minds sharp and enhance problem-solving skills. And while they seem pretty simple and easy, there’s a lot that goes behind making these video games fun to play.
I am pretty sure most of you have played or at least heard about the popular puzzle game 1024 on mobile platforms, where the players have to connect the tiles to solve the puzzle. 2048, as the name already suggests, is a copy of the game that takes it to a whole new level.
The next game on this list is inspired by one of my very favorite arcades fighting games title Mortal Kombat. This game features a number of characters from the original title offering the same combos and moves that are used in the original game as well. The game has been optimized to run online within a limited space.
Tower Building Game
The next game on this list is inspired by one of my favorite childhood games, where you have to perfectly time your drops to make a skyscraper from small building blocks. The more accurately you drop them at the center of the building, the more reward you earn.
Inspired by the very popular flappy bird game, we have Clumsy Bird, a clone that managed to stay afloat and get quite a few eyeballs looking at it. This game looks pretty awesome with the cute little characters and the simple controls. Anyone can play this game from literally anywhere and it’s completely free.
If you love games like Stardew Valley and Animal Crossing, I am pretty sure you would also love this one. Pocket Island is a gorgeous farming simulator title that features cute little characters and a vast world for the players to explore.
This list cannot be completed without a challenging puzzle game and this one comes with an interesting story as well. You wake up on an abandoned, broken-down space station and your only task is to repair it within the given time in order to survive.
As for the control, this game can be played by both mouse and touch. In the menu, there are additional difficulty levels, as well as the colorblind mode and inverted control choices. This game is pretty interesting and all the challenges that it has to offer will keep you hooked to the screen for hours.
While we are on the topic of puzzle games, the next one on this list is just as challenging but takes a rather simplistic approach towards the gameplay. You have to connect nodes in a way that satisfies the puzzle. The more nodes there are in the game, the harder it is to solve the puzzle.
The more you play the more addictive it gets! It’s a great choice for those who want to keep their brain sharpened up while not having to worry about the large size or high-speed connectivity.