Introducing Mobile Mini Reviews

Rachel Mii | DoubleJump.comHappy Thursday!

I have an iPad, as I’m sure many of us do. However, the more work I do online, the more apps I download – business, social media, etc. I used to play a good amount of games though and I decided to get out some of the games I used to play. Which, in turn, led me to find newer games to try. Some are mobile versions of consoles games, which is interesting.

I’ve decided to branch out a little and start talking more about mobile games, even though they’re not typical games I’d normally gravitate towards.

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I remember playing a lot of mobile games when I first got my iPad almost four years ago now. I also used to play a lot of “Facebook” games as well. I went onto the app store recently to look something up and I noticed some games that I’ve been wanting to try on PC or console was on there. They were free, so I downloaded them.

Then I looked up a couple of games I used to play in the past and re-downloaded those to see how they’ve changed. After I looked up the Pokemon mobile games and realized there’s a bunch I have yet to try.

I went down a long rabbit hole, guys.

I downloaded quite a few games before forcing myself to stop. But I made a list of games I didn’t download that I want to try once I’m done with these other ones. It was then that I decided to begin a new feature on the blog: Mobile Mini Reviews.

I’ve never been one for mobile games, but I want to try out all the Pokemon ones and playing games I used to way back when has been refreshing to go back to. So, I decided I’m going to play through these mobile games and do a mini review on them about once a month.

After I decided this, Nintendo announced a Dr. Mario mobile game as well as hints that there will be another new Pokemon mobile game in the works. I figured these mobile reviews are coming at a good time. I’ll be checking out the good, the bad, and the ugly of the mobile gaming world.

Wish me luck and I hope you guys are looking forward to it. I am… oddly enough.

Do you play mobile games a lot? What are some of your favorites? Let me know in the comments below and if you enjoyed this post, please share it around.

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2 thoughts on “Introducing Mobile Mini Reviews

  1. I only really play board games on my phone nowadays, but I really want to try Florence:

    https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/florence/id1297430468?mt=8

    “Florence is an interactive storybook from the award-winning lead designer of Monument Valley about the heart-racing highs and heartbreaking lows of a young woman’s very first love.”

    The concept of romance in games is something I’ve always wanted to see done better, and I’ve heard good things about this one!

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