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We had reported back then that the Galaxy S7 Olympic Edition was coming and now it's finally here. You can own the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Olympic Games Limited Edition for $50 more than what the unlocked regular Galaxy S7 Edge costs. This is the second limited edition series based on the S7 Edge that Samsung is releasing this year, after the Injustice: Gods Among Us Edition that we saw in May. Sadly, the Gear VR will not be bundled in along with the Olympic Edition, like it was with the Injustice version. The $850 package will include a custom pouch for carrying the sporty device around though!


As we had seen earlier, the entire theme is based on the five different colors of the Olympic rings and the rings themselves can be seen at the back of the smartphone. It has been made available exclusively in the US, China, Korea, Germany and Brazil. As the moniker "Limited Edition" suggests, only 2016 units will be made available for purchase in each of these countries.


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Play Games

 

Google Play Games App has been update to version 2.0.11 with lots of improvements, New features and UI enhancements. As Google is getting ready to release the Android L (API 20) and Google Play Services 6.0, the company needs to update all it's play Apps to be ready.

 

The New Play Games App adds the ability to public view other players profile, quests and trophies from the games they've played on the Android platform from all their devices. Also saved games can now be synchronized between your devices using the App so that you can continue from where you left off exactly.

 

 

What's New in Play Games 2.0.11:

 

- Game Profile: Show off your skills to other players as you master games across Google Play.
- Quests: Complete time-limited challenges to win exclusive rewards.
- Saved Games: See exactly where you left off, and pick right back up on any device.
- Visual polish, stability improvements, and bug fixes.

 

Play Games

Google Play Games 2.0.11 [Play]

 


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Google Play Games App has been updated to version 2.1.10 for the Android 5.0 Lollipop. The update brings Material Design UI to the whole App.

 

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There doesn't appear to be any huge functionality improvement in this release, it's merely a shiny new coat of paint. That being the case, it might be best to wait for the official phone or tablet update.

 

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If you don't want to wait that long, you can get the App from the link below. The APK below is official and has not been modified by any way.

 

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Google Play Games 2.1.10 [APK]

 


play services 7


Google Play Services version 7.0 is Now Rolling-out to all Android device worldwide, bringing the latest APIs and fixes to the whole Platform and Google Apps too. Play Services 7.0.8 packs new "Places API" that makes it easy to get details from Google's database of places and businesses. The built-in place picker makes it easy for the user to pick their current place and provides all the relevant place details including name, address, phone number, website, and more.

 

The update also packs a complete "Google Fit API" integration, New Google Play tools that turns your Android smartphones into a second-screen controls to the game running on your TV. Also, this release has "App Indexing", which lets Google index apps just like websites, enabling Google search results to deep-link directly into your native app.

 

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If you don't want to wait for the update to hit your device, Download the Official APK below. To figure out the right version of Google Play Services for your Android device, go to Settings -> Apps -> Google Play services, and look at the last 3 numbers in the parentheses. You'll see something like -XYY where X is 0 for pre-Lollipop and both 4 and 7 for Lollipop+, and YY is a specific variant id. -738 means you need the APK that has -738 and so on.

 

play services 7

 

Google Play Services 7.0.8 [APK]

 


play games

 

Google Play Games app for Android updated to version 3.1.10 with bug fixes, improved profiles and performance improvements.

 

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KEY FEATURES
• Achievements - Complete challenges, earn awards, and track them all right from the app.
• Leaderboards - See how you stack up against other players.
• Multiplayer - Play friends in real-time and turn-based matches.
• Immense selection - Choose from thousands of great games on Google Play puzzle, sports, strategy, action and more.

 

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If you don't want to wait that long, you can get the App from the link below. The APK below is official and has not been modified by any way.

Google play Games

Google Play Games 3.1 [APK]

 

Google Play Games 3.1 [Play]

 


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Google Play Games app for Android updated to version 3.2.21 with bug fixes, improved profiles and performance improvements. This new version is a preparation for the Android 6.0 Marshmallow release that will pack the Play Games version 3.0 on the final release.

 

google play

 

KEY FEATURES
• Achievements - Complete challenges, earn awards, and track them all right from the app.
• Leaderboards - See how you stack up against other players.
• Improved game recommendations
• Bug fixes and other improvements

 

play

 

If you don't want to wait that long, you can get the App from the link below. The APK below is official and has not been modified by any way.

Google play Games

Google Play Games 3.2 [APK]

 

Google Play Games 3.2 [Play]

 


play games

 

Google Play Games app for Android updated to version 3.3.45 with bug fixes, improved profiles and performance improvements. This new version is a preparation for the Android 6.0 Marshmallow release that will pack the Play Games version 3.0 on the final release.

 

google play

 

KEY FEATURES
• Achievements - Complete challenges, earn awards, and track them all right from the app.
• Leaderboards - See how you stack up against other players.
• Improved game recommendations
• Bug fixes and other improvements

 

play

 

If you don't want to wait that long, you can get the App from the link below. The APK below is official and has not been modified by any way.

Google play Games

Google Play Games 3.3 [APK]

 

Google Play Games 3.3 [Play]

 


 

Earlier today, Google posted teaser tweets from its Nexus and Android Twitter accounts implying the likelihood of the commencing of Black Friday deals. At that time, little information was available about what would be announced or even when it would be announced as Black Friday is still a couple of days away. In Spite of including the Nexus Twitter account for the teasing, it was assumed that there is a possibility that hardware sales might be announced.


When it comes to the offers, it seems like there are deals spanning across every category you would expect on the Play Store and with so many titles being listed, it's not possible to post all the detail here. But, to give a zist, there are games starting from 99 cents, "Amazing Music Deals", movies to buy from $5.99, "Hot TV Offers", Magazines from 99 cents, 50-percent off subscriptions, up to 70-percent off Coins and a whole lot more. The Amazing Music Deals is quite interesting as you can grab some albums for only 99 cents.


It is pretty much evident that this sale is not quite the 25-cent sale we saw in previous years, so we were a little disappointed. But at least,
consumers can still save some money, especially if there is some Google Play credits laying around. So go through Google's virtual store shelves and see if there's anything that you like. To view all of the deals, click on the link below:

 

Play Google Link


Play Google

 

Google has released a trendy infographic that pegs the best in entertainment, as dropped by the stats in the Play Store. The best in apps, games, movies, TV series and books offered in the Android ecosystem has been listed for the world to see, and some of the top performers are pretty surprising.

 

Check Out the Full Infographic below!

 

Google Play

 

 



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Ever since Nokia introduced phones with the first incarnation of Snake pre-programmed on them, mobile users have become obsessed with skill-based app games as a time-filling distraction. The simple idea was easy enough to get the hang of, but took hours of practice to master. Snake's popularity led developers to focus frequently on skill-based ideas for their games, in an effort to tap into the human desire to conquer challenges.

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According to bgo, Millennial and Generation Y gamers have become accustomed to games that test their ability. This highlights how Snake in the late ‘90s went on to influence apps for smartphones, where the primary area of focus is games of skill.


One of the first ever skill-based games for smartphones was Doodle Jump, which was released in 2009. Players had to tilt the phone to guide "The Doodler" up an infinite series of platforms. If you missed a platform you would fall to your doom and have to start all over again. It was hugely popular, and sold 25,000 copies daily for its first 4 months. Later that year, Angry Birds came out, and surpassed Doodle Jump's sales record.

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Where Doodle Jump didn't have much longevity in that it was only one level being played over and over again, Angry Birds had multiple stages, each representing a completely different set of challenges. Users could keep testing their abilities using unique birds that had varying special talents, and by breaking down more intricate sets of obstacles. They also got a star rating out of three for each level depending on how well they had done. This gave players an extra challenge - to attempt to get three stars on every level. Games in the series have been downloaded over 3 billion times, which is testament to the game's appeal.

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The three-star concept has been used by a number of games since Angry Birds, most notably perhaps, Candy Crush. The idea behind the game was simple; to mix candies together and clear the puzzle area. As bgo suggests, the game was "sickly and addictive" because of its "saga" feature, the fact that there were so many levels to overcome, and because you could see how far your Facebook friends had progressed as well.


The success of these challenging app games has even influenced iGaming developers to start incorporating them into slot games. Online slots are hugely popular, but gamers who like to test their skills are missing out on the action. The new Space Invaders slot at Vegas Slots Online has an added element that requires gamers to shoot the aliens to try to win money, and is one of the first of its kind. Games like this could help online casinos pull in an even wider audience.


Another skill-based app that is pushing the genre in a new direction is Pokémon Go. Players not only have to use skill to throw the pokeball and catch the intriguing monsters, they also have to wander about in real-life settings in search of them. The game incorporates augmented reality, so that the Pokémon are actually seen in the real world, through the lens of the phone of course. With augmented reality glasses set to flood markets in the near future, Pokémon Go could mark the beginning of a new wave of AR games.


The massive success of Pokémon Go and apps like Angry Birds and Candy Crush suggests that a combination of these things could be a massive hit. Will people soon be flinging virtual birds in real-life settings? Or maybe gamers will have to go into shops and move candy around on the shelves? Whatever the aim, skill games are here to stay, but they are sure to become more advanced.



The holiday season is almost upon us and many of you will either be travelling back to your home or going on a vacation. Whether you are returning home or going away from it, you will possibly want to avoid expensive roaming data charges from you carrier. Even if you do decide to use the internet while on the road, there are chances that you might end up with no network coverage at times. Offline games are your best bet during these trying times and therefore, here's a small list of games worth downloading before embarking on a trip.


Dead Trigger 2



Improved both in graphics and gameplay, Dead Trigger 2 is the better version of Dead Trigger with more aggressive zombies and a huge arsenal of weapons.


Dots: A Game about Connecting



This is as simple as they get, but the puzzle game is very addictive nonetheless. Minutes will pass by fast as you keep connecting colored dots to figure out the next solution.


Jetpack Joyride



Jetpack Joyride is an extremely fun and popular game where you control and guide Barry, who is riding a machinegun jetpack through a secret laboratory, killing evil scientists and avoiding obstacles for as long as possible.


Plants vs. Zombies 2



This one is a personal favourite of mine and I have put multiple hours into it. An addictive tower defence game at its core, Plants vs. Zombies 2 brings better graphics, animations, more plants, more levels more zombies and even a upside town funny story to the garden.


Click here for a complete list of all offline games prepared by Google on the Play Store itself.


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cut the rope 2

 

 

It has been over three months since ZeptoLab released Cut the Rope 2 on iOS, and the game has finally come to Android devices and Now available on the Play Store. Well, Not all of them, some reports are showing that the game may not be compatible with Android 4.4 KitKat.

 

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The game is incompatible with both the Moto X, Nexus 10 and Nexus 4. However, the game is exactly the same as what you'd find on iOS with OmNom trying to get the candy through various physics-based puzzles. This time around you have helpers in each stage to mix up the gameplay a bit. The one major difference between the two platforms is that the game would cost 99 cents on iOS, but it is free on Android.


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Cut The Rope 2 [Play]

 

 



The decent into the depths of winder calls for some plans for entertaining friends indoors. You have the drinks at the ready and the music on in the background. But what better to add than a party game that's not Monopoly. Here are a few of the top android games to keep your guests happy whether at a housewarming, birthday party or just an impromptu get together.


Bounden


This is a dancing game that works by using your smartphone's motion sensors. Great for multiplayer use with more than one phone, it's designed so that each device is used with a partner. Holding one side each, guide an onscreen sphere through a path of rings by tilting the screen. Programmed with classical music designed with dance in mind, and coming with seven dances devised by the Dutch National Ballet, you'll find yourself undulating your arms, winding your form, till you're dancing!



Heads Up!


A charades - style game with a themed deck of charades cards. If you're the one guessing, hold your phone up to your forehead and the word shown will have to be acted out by your friends for you to guess. Extra in-app purchases mean you can customise your cards decks.


Who Can't Draw?


A fun challenging game where each player is tasked with a word that they must then attempt to draw. The phone or android device has to be passed from player to player, and each must attempt to copy the drawing they were just passed. You get fifteen seconds. At the last player, you guess the original word. Kind of reminds us of a sketch version of Chinese whispers.


Ticket To Ride


Suitable for play with up to five people, everybody can either have the app on their own phones to participate, or use one device to opt for the pass and play feature. This is a great design of the train based board game where card dealing and piece-handling is done digitally making for easy setup. In-app purchases allow you to unlock other game boards too.


Lucky Nugget Casino


A casino mobile app that allows you to host a casino themed party in your own home and either bring the glamour of a real venue to your house party, or let you try out some slots and classic card games for the chance of real wins, before you hit a casino in the real world.



The year started off with Nokia bringing back Snake with the revamped version of the 3310 which was great news for retro gaming enthusiasts. Although many of 2017's best mobile games are yet to come since the much awaited next gen mobile chips have not been released as of now, we have nonetheless seen quite a few awesome games already in 2017. Here's a list of the top 5 mobile games released in the year so far, according to us.


The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth (iOS)



January saw The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth make its way onto iOS, a game that iPhone users have been waiting with baited breath since 2016. The twin-stick shooter is outright ridiculous, dark, humorous, vulgar and immensely enjoyable at the same time. There's something about playing as a child whose evil mother is trying to kill him and he is trying to survive everything with the help of his tears that both shocks you and enthrals you at the same time. If you haven't played it already, do so now!


Edo Superstar (iOS)



You step in the shoes of Masaru the ninja monkey in this side-scrolling brawler that's entirely controlled via gestures, swipes and taps. Granted that things may get repetitive after a while, it still is extremely fun as long as it lasts. The many challenges of the game keeps you entertained for a good while, although the controls may not always be as reactive as you would want them to be. All in all, it's a game that's definitely worth trying out.


Super Mario Run (iOS and Android)



2017 seems to be the year of the retro games for the mobile platform because after Snake, Mario makes a comeback with Super Mario Run for the iOS and Android (soon to come). The game can be controlled with just one hand as on screen buttons and joysticks have been replaced with tapping and gesture control. The theme is the same as it had been back in Super Mario classic on the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES); collect coins, jump on enemies, eat mushrooms and save the princess.


Warhammer 40,000: Regicide (iOS and Android)



Warhammer 40,000: Regicide is an unique take on chess. Apart from adding vivid animations and brutality to each kill on the chess board during Classic gameplay, there's also an additional mode called Regicide. In Regicide mode, the game transcends the traditional rules of chess in favour of advanced special powers and abilities of the units you control on the battlefield. Playing chess online with other players has never been more interesting.


This War of Mine (iOS and Android)



This War of Mine will make you think about each one of your in-game decisions, both before and after you take them. Surviving with your group during a war in a besieged city feels as brutal as it should. You are not a killing machine in this game, but an actual person trying to survive in a war that he did not start, but is paying for in every possible way. Playing the game and surviving will take a toll at your conscience and you will love it!


Honourable mentions include Sky Dancer, Potion Explosion, Dandy Dungeon: Legend of Brave Yamada and MUL.MASH.TAB.BA.GAL.GAL. If you love gaming and wouldn't mind making a bit of money from your favourite hobby, we suggest you try out some of the excellent mobile casino games like Jungle Jim: El Dorado, Sam on the Beach and Planet of the Apes as well. As mentioned before, there's still a lot more to come towards the mobile gamers this year, but these should keep you occupied till then.



Smartphone games started off as a genre of gaming that could only appeal to casual gamers; something you would play to kill time while waiting for your turn at the dentist. However, things have since blown up way beyond those early days for mobile games as both iPhones and Android smartphones have become more powerful than our old desktop computers from the last decade! With so much computing power behind them, new Android and iOS games are stepping up to raise the standard every year and 2017 has been no exception either. On that note, let's now take a look at some of the best of what the Google Play Store had to offer to the Android population in 2017 so far.


Shadowmatic



Personally, I love puzzle games and as soon as I was through the initial free levels, I bought the full version because it was so addictive that I couldn't just NOT play anymore! The task is quite simple in Shadowmatic; you will need to rotate and arrange absurd (and a bit spooky) looking shapes in such a manner that the shadow which they form on the wall next to them attains coherence. The animations are fluid and beautiful, the gameplay is addictive and things can get really challenging once you are past the early handholding.


Minecraft



If you are even remotely interested in gaming then chances are that you have already played Minecraft on some platform or at least heard about it. It is the pixel-art sandbox game that has no equals and it's been finally launched on Android. You can literally do anything you want, be it exploring randomly generated worlds or creating that castle of your dreams. There is a $6.99 admission fee as well as in-app purchases though.


Realm Defense



The tower defense game which obviously draws its inspirations from the extremely fun and addictive Kingdom Rush series was released earlier this year and it has already gathered quite a huge fan following. Realm Defense: Fun Tower Game is free to play with in-app purchases just like most other games in the genre, but if you are willing to grind, you can progress without paying a dime. There are heroes, monsters, elves, beautiful backdrops, nice animations, super powers, multiple levels and as expected, quite a lot of towers as well!


The list wouldn't be complete without at least mentioning Super Mario Go, which didn't perform as well as Nintendo had hoped but is still quite a decent game, albeit with a steep price tag. If you are in the mood to earn a little money while having fun, there are a lot of new and exciting games on www.online-casino-arabic.com waiting for you right now.



Mobile Casino games are entertaining and offer lucrative cash rewards to the players. You can enjoy playing the favourite and popular casino games such as Blackjack, Roulette, Poker and Baccarat without having to deposit any money in the casino account and play it free. You can also play these casino games in real money modes in order to accumulate real money wins.


Earn Great Rewards by Playing Online Roulette and Blackjack


The popular table games such as Roulette and Blackjack are one of the outstanding games available at any mobile casino like Vegas Mobile Casino. These games have the best designs and they are powered by renowned software providers who are best in the business. You can win magnificent rewards by placing your chips on the Blackjack game or Roulette. The rewards at the Blackjack table entirely depend on the points that you get, all you have to do is beat the dealer down by getting more points and win exciting rewards.


The Roulette game is quite a different mobile casino game and is compatible with all your latest android devices. It consists of a wheel and a table with numbers ranging from 0 to 36 or 37. You have multiple betting options which you can choose.


Play Poker and Baccarat on Mobile Casino


Poker games and online Baccarat are certainly not to be missed. If you are a poker enthusiast and looking for some potential wins at the poker hands, then you can play some of the fantastic poker variants including Texas Hold'em, Governor of Poker and a few others.


The Baccarat is also another fantastic table game and is regarded as one of the oldest games in the history of the gaming world. This game is popularly known as Punto Banco and you have several betting options which will later bring awesome cash awards.


Enjoy Unlimited Gaming on your Mobile Browsers


After the evolution of smartphone devices, the casino operators are providing the same set of features for both the desktop and smartphone units. The features of the casino such as gaming, promotions and many other features are the same as that in the mobile browsers. A player can enjoy playing casino games for longer times without worrying about accessibility and compatibility issues.


If your mobile network has a good speed and can instantly load games without taking much time then you are good to go. When you are using mobile devices for gaming purposes, it is preferable that you have a strong Wi-Fi connection or a 4G network in order to enjoy unlimited gaming on the mobiles.



Bingo has been around for decades now and although the Bingo Hall's popularity isn't what it used to be before 2005, it continues to remain one of the most popular games online. On that note, let's now take a look at the two versions of bingo that are the most popular and can be played from any laptop, tablet or smartphone.

 

75 Ball

 

This is the version where the grid is 5 x 5 and with the exception of the one in the middle, every one of the remaining 24 squares has a number in it. The central square is free for all. The player who manages to match all the numbers in a line first wins the Line 1 prize and this goes on till Line 5. These lines can be vertical, horizontal or even diagonal.

 

90 Ball

 

This one is more popular than the 75 ball bingo in the UK and it's just as popular online today, as it was twelve years ago inside the Bingo Halls. All the tickets have three row and nine columns so the games are much longer than the 75 Ball version. Apart from the Full House prize, there are two other prizes to be won here, namely the Line 1 and the Line 2 prizes. As one can imagine, the Full house prize is usually the biggest one and to win it, you will need to check off all the numbers on your ticket. It's fairly easy and uncomplicated to start with.

 

Can You Win Real Money in Online Bingo?

 

As it turns out, you can win real money with online bingo and it's not that difficult either, but you will need a bit of luck and some strategies to increase your chances. In case you are new, don't worry about it, because most reputed bingo mobile sites give plenty of free chances and bonuses to their new players so that they can get used to the feel of how things work.



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As mobile gaming ages and creates a vast library of exclusive games for itself, it also borrows plenty of classic titles that originated on consoles or computers. Secret of Mana, Grand Theft Auto, Crazy Taxi Classic and Bully are just a few of the old gems you can download onto your phone, but even with all of the games that have made the transition, there's still a few that we'd like to see as an app and we haven't yet.


Let's take a second to look at these entries and talk about what makes them worthy choices.



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Shadow of the Colossus (PS2)


Widely regarded as one of the best games of all time and certainly the best out of the three titles developed by Team Ico, Shadow of the Colossus definitely needs to make its first handheld appearance. With the E3 2017 announcement that there will be a SotC remake in 2018, it only seems appropriate to make a port for phones so that people can slay on the go.


With the dynamic gameplay of climbing up colossi opened up to touch screen, we might see some interesting changes to the classic controls - such as swiping up to scale a monster's back and double tapping the screen to plunge your sword into the beast's weak point. Although the final fight did suffer from serious frame dropping, the problem was virtually fixed in the PS3 port - a blueprint that developers should be sure to use when building the game for iOS and Android.



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Grabbed by the Ghoulies (Xbox)


From the same people who brought you GoldenEye 007 and Banjo & Kazooie comes Grabbed by the Ghoulies. The whimsical horror game has the player taking on hordes of Halloween baddies as they traverse a haunted mansion in search of the main character's girlfriend. While the game received mixed reviews upon its release, it was eventually re-released in the Rare Replay bundle for Xbox One, and has even gone on to inspire similar titles such as Grave Grabbers https://www.slots.io, a five-reel, 20-payline slot game that borrows heavily from the comedic and animated horror themes featured in Rare's classic.


Grabbed by the Ghoulies also features a soundtrack by legendary video game composer Grant Kirkhope, the same man who created the highly regarded Donkey Kong Country series soundtracks. And with the recent boost in augmented reality games, thanks to Pokemon Go, Grabbed by the Ghoulies can take advantage of the same technology to bring the monster mashing madness right into your home.



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Super Mario Kart (SNES)


Since Nintendo has finally gotten with the times and started releasing app games, there's a whole slew of old gems that need releasing on the phone, but none more deserving that Super Mario Kart, a franchise that has sold 90.50 million copies worldwide according to vgchartz.com. With an added online multiplayer mode where people could play with others in their proximity and the addition of tilt controls similar to the Wiimote, Super Mario Kart could be modernized for a whole new generation of gamers.


Although Mario Kart 8 and Mario Kart 7 are already available portable titles, not everyone owns a system to play them on. However, practically everyone owns a phone. Before we know it, we could be back in the '90s playing the first ever released Mario Kart online off of our phones. Now that's a nostalgia overload.


Regardless of what games are released for phones, the mobile gaming industry will be stronger than ever. It would just help for more console-based gamers to have familiar options at their fingertips in an age where our phones are on us nearly every passing moment of the day. If technology really is going to be the downfall of mankind, the least we can do is make it fun for everyone.



Mobile gaming keeps growing in popularity every day, including when it comes to casino games, so it's no surprise that all the new titles are launched on all platforms, from stationary computers to smartphones and tablets. Combined, consoles and PC still hold a slight lead, but mobile holds a solid 42% of the gaming market in 2017.


In fact, the massive popularity of mobile gaming has directly influenced the casino industry and expanded the types of games they offer. Nowadays you will find many more innovative mobile casino games than ever and many are even inspired directly by games that were first popularized by smartphones. While the real way to play is with real money, you can also play many of these mobile casino games for free. Several online casinos, such as InstaCasino, offer you to play either way.


Live Casino


Playing online has loads of advantages, such as the convenience of being able to play anytime, anywhere. However, some players prefer the social aspects of gaming and would like to stare their dealer in the eye. This is exactly what live mobile casinos offer and while they've been around for a few years by now, they really have improved a lot lately. All the table games you'd expect are available, with HD streams and more.


Joker Pro



The very first slot machines were bulky things with various fruits as the symbols on the wheels. By now, they've become so iconic that endless online video slots try to capture that magic. Joker Pro is one of the slickest and most popular takes on this idea, with flashy graphics and satisfying sound effects. Nothing fancy or complicated - just fun.


Fruit Blast


If you have played games like Candy Crush, then you'll likely enjoy the slot machine Fruit Blast from Microgaming. It combines the fun and satisfaction of smashing colorful edibles with the excitement of a casino game. The setting is a tiki bar on a tropical beach, where different bartenders will offer you different bonuses, along with constant sunshine.


Jewel Quest Riches


This slot game is very similar to the one above - your goal is to line up various rare gems. Match three or more and new ones fall from the top. However, when you get three or more of the bonus symbol, you are transported to a different version of the game, where you carefully must select one move at a time. Very few games of its type involve as much skill and strategy.


Gonzo's Quest VR



Gonzo's Quest was already one of the most popular slot machines in existence, and now it's also the first ever casino game that fully takes place in virtual reality - Mobile VR. This time, you are actually in the jungle where the game takes place, alongside Gonzo himself, with the board floating in front of your eyes. Expect this side of gaming to grow a lot in the near future.


Besides the games listed here, there are many more to explore in mobile casinos and even more to come. Gaming on the go has never been better!



Online casino games are covering many people through its accessibility and amazing features which are not available in the land-based casinos. The UK's casinos like Jackpot Mobile Casino are providing the online casino games which are compatible with various gadgets such as desktops, laptops, tablets, mobile phones and so on. We have listed some of the gadgets which are great in supporting casino games:

 

Personal Computer

 

Online casino games started its journey from desktop computers. This was the time when thousands of themes came into existence. Graphics and animations made its way to the casino games and changed the appearance of the casino. Desktops allowed the players to access the casino anytime as they wish. Also, the live chat option allowed the players to compete with other players from all over the world. This made the game more challenging and interesting.

 

Mobile Phones

 

Mobile phones have revolutionized the lives of the people. It has almost become one of an integral part of our life. The number of people accessing mobile casino games online is increasing day by day. The hardware's of mobile phones are improving at an exponential scale. They provide more flexibility and comfortability. It allows the players to access their favourite casinos right from where they are at any time.

 

Tablets

 

Tablets offer almost the same feature as the mobile phones except for the bigger screen ratio. Tablets provide bigger screen sizes than mobile phones. This allowed casino players to cherish even the minute details of the casino games. Bigger screens helped people of different ages to play casino games without any difficulty. Also, bigger screens delivered better impact on the players. Casinos such as Jackpot Mobile Casino offer online casino games which work flawlessly on tablets too.

 

Smartwatches

 

The number of companies involved in smartwatch technology is increasing because of the increasing demand in the market. Apple recently released its Apple watch series 3 which has an independent cellular data connection. This allows the players to use internet on the smartphone without using the phone. In future, this could pave the way for smartwatch casino.

 

Gaming Consoles

 

Gaming consoles are no more a thing of past. They are being revived in recent times with advanced features and elements. These handheld gaming consoles are also portable and are more efficient in gaming. Since these are specially made for gaming purpose they deliver better gaming experience when compared to most of the other devices.

 

In future, there could be a gaming console specifically made for casino gaming. This could bring back the old days where gaming consoles were the most used devices for gaming purposes. Gaming consoles aren't limited to handheld gaming consoles. PlayStation and Xbox also come under the category of gaming consoles. Though there is a debate in which is better, for a long time both are capable of handling high graphics games and are also equipped with hardware which can support intense gaming.

 

It is quite hard to predict the devices of the future. Since the casino market is expanding we can expect new gadgets which will support online casino games with ease.



An estimated 55.7% of Americans played games on their mobile phones in 2016, and that number is expected to rise to 58.9% for 2017. As such, it's no surprise that more and more titles are being churned out daily. And as much as we love our games, we love them even more when they cost us nothing! For you Android aficionados, here's a helpful list of five great games you can play on your handheld that are all free (with in-app purchases).



By now, most of us are well aware of the Pokémon GO phenomenon. The game became the most popular mobile title of all time in July of 2016, reaching 21 million active users (the prior record holder was Candy Crush Saga, which boasted 20 million active users in 2013). With such immense initial success, it comes as no surprise that the fervor over Pokémon GO has since toned down a bit; but the game is still a winner, particularly given the free price tag. For those of you who have been living under a rock for the past year, the objective of Pokémon GO is to "catch" Pokémon by exploring the real world to locate them. New upgrades include the addition of "legendary" Pokémon and raid battles. The game is constantly evolving and is well worth a try, even if it's just to see what all the fuss is about.


Ever since the release of popular titles like Pole Position and Outrun back in the 80s, we have always been fascinated with racing games. Rather than becoming stale, this gaming genre continues to change with the times. Two great racing games that you can enjoy gratis are Asphalt Xtreme and Asphalt 8: Airborne, both created by Gameloft. If you can tolerate their assertive in-app purchase strategy, then both titles are quite enjoyable. Released just last year, Asphalt Xtreme puts you behind the wheel of an off-road machine and gives you the opportunity to unlock additional vehicles. It includes an online multiplayer mode and offers you many courses to race through. Asphalt 8: Airborne has been around since 2013, but it has a massive amount of content for you to experience. Like Xtreme, it also offers an online multiplayer option, as well as additional activities for you to enjoy.



If you like first-person shooters, you should check out Critical Ops. In a variety of urban-style settings, you can either battle against or play the game as a rebel yourself. Critical Ops has a substantial online multiplayer following, so feel free to invite your gamer friends to play against you. The programmers are still working out some of the kinks, but they update the game regularly. While it's still a work in progress, it's still a quality title at "the right price".


Famous for creating Clash of Clans, Supercell has most recently released Clash Royale, which you can play as an alternative to Hearthstone. The game allows you to build decks, collect cards and engage in individual battles with online challenges. You'll be given many opportunities to unlock new cards, and you can also form clans to share cards. You will also earn trophies when victorious, but you'll also lose them when you've been vanquished.


Lastly, if you're in the mood for a brainy, creative strategy game, then look no further. Your goal in Plague, Inc. is to mutate diseases with the sole purpose of infecting the earth's populace. You're given multiple viruses to consider unleashing, each with their own outbreak characteristics. One special feature of Plague, Inc. is that it gives you the option of saving multiple games so that you can play several iterations at once. The game's infection simulations are so realistic that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention invited the developers to be guest speakers at their headquarters.


We fully expect our list of free Android favorites to fluctuate from time to time as more games enter the market. We're also looking forward to more of our favorite online games (like Super Rally Extreme, Power Up and Traffic Slam 3) being made available on the mobile Android platform. One thing that the Android faithful know for sure is that the best free titles are yet to come!



Las Vegas strip is certainly a vibrant city on the planet. This adult's playground is known for its glitzy offerings in the form of big casinos and buffets. Planning a trip to Vegas, however, is quite not possible every single day. This does not imply that you need to remain devoid of all the fun that Las Vegas has to offer. There are incredible casino sites offering various casino games online that are not just fun but will never let you miss the glamour that Vegas Strip has to offer.

                      

Online casino games that can brighten up your day

 

There are numerous UK casino sites that promise an incredible casino gaming experience right in your living room. The best thing is that you do not have to wager real cash while indulging in these online casino games. You can indulge in any game of your choice, including Keno, slots, blackjack, and poker.


Know about some hot online casino games worth indulging

 

Poker is undoubtedly one of the most popular card games on this planet. Dozens of variants of this game are available. Texas Hold'Em Poker game can be tried for free for sharpening the skills or for trying a few hands without risking any actual money. This game will be available at most online casinos which is home to incredible games and promises amazing bonuses to players. Blackjack is yet another favourite of casino players. This can be played on any smartphone. Slot machines carry their own charm. A lot of slot machine games with various themes are offered at Spinzwin casino. You can choose from over hundreds of slot games based on different themes. This online casino is also known for featuring new casino games every week.  

 

Bingo is one of the most popular games you can ever indulge in. It has been estimated that over £90 million is spent every week while playing this game. With the growing popularity of online casino games, bingo can now be played without having to spend any actual money. There are many reliable casinos that offer you bingo halls which can be accessed right from the convenience of your smartphones. You can choose to play in these halls whenever you want to whether you are online or offline.   

 

Roulette is yet another popular offering when we look at the casino games. You do not have to visit an actual casino for indulging in this captivating game. All you need to do is download an app or access any website offering online casino games. Vegas is popular for a dice game - craps as well. If craps game is what you are looking to indulge in, then you must check out the offerings on any reliable online casino. You do not have to travel to Vegas to play your favourite game anymore.

 

Online casinos have made it quite easier for the players to indulge in their favourite online casino games. Gone are the days when people had to dedicate specific time to play their favourite games. This can now be done no matter where you are and no matter when you want to play.


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