Top 5 Mobile Games For Casual Gamers

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Casual gamers tend to look at gaming more like a good distraction that helps them pass the time when they’re bored than a serious hobby. But, that doesn’t mean that they don’t enjoy playing games, they just have a different approach when it comes to playing games, and generally don’t look to compete against others or strive to beat different high scores. Here you can read more about top games for casual gamers, that are designed to keep you entertained for hours.

Mobile Casino Games

If you’re a fan of the games of chance, then you can open an account and play online casino games on the move. Many reliable casino sites are mobile-friendly and work equally well on mobile devices. This means that you can play slot games with amazing features and themes, while there’s also a wide range of live and table casino games in many variations, on your tablet or smartphone. If you’re a new member, you can also claim your great welcome bonus and access many ongoing promotions. However, when you want to play for fun, casino sites also provide many options for fun in demo mode.

Super Mario Run

If you’re already familiar with the Super Mario World, then you will immediately recognize the environment of this game. Again, you need to rescue the Princess Peach from the nasty King Bowser and to accomplish your mission, and you need to run through eight different worlds and battle different bosses. After you manage to rescue Princess Peach, a special world called World Star will appear.


Reigns is an acclaimed game that won Google’s Best Indie Game award in 2018 and Most Innovative Game of 2016. Your character in the game is a medieval monarch that is trying to rule an unpredictable kingdom while you need to reject or accept advice from important fractions, like the army, the church, and your people. Your decisions will cause different kinds of events, that may ruin your kingdom. This game was so popular that there’s also a sequel you can play called Reigns: Her Majesty.

To the Moon

This is an interactive storytelling and role-playing game that features two doctors, Dr Rosalene and Dr Watts that go on a journey through the memories of a dying man called Johnny in order to fulfil his last wish.  The story of the game is very compelling, and it resonated with many players across the world. In fact, it has won multiple awards and was voted the best indie RPG in 2011.

Diner DASH Adventures

Flo, the main character, returns to her home town to help the citizens and stop Mr Big, her enemy in his evil plans. You will have a chance to prepare delicious dishes, manage restaurants, hotels in beautiful locations, and serve hundreds of customers. You can also customize your menus and recipes, and also design and renovate restaurants and other venues. This element creates a more personalized experience for the players.

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