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Our Favorite Games To Play In 2019
We put together a list of our favorite games this year. Some of these are a bit older than 2019 but ultimately these were the games we loved and we played the most throughout the year. You might notice it's a pretty eclectic list: this is not an accident. The world is changing and IOgames are no different. This year we published a variety of iogames with unique mechanics. Everything from music trivia games, to casino-style games. We wanted this list to reflect not only our favorite games but the full field of options available in iogames. Some of thee games are a bit older than 2019 but none the less we played them a ton in 2019.01. Little Big Snake
We’re so proud of Little Big Snake we’re gonna put it on every list and every article we write. But can you honestly blame us? Triple-A quality graphics, missions, campaigns, and the ability to level up
What Are The Best Free Games?
We get a lot of questions around here about free online gaming. It makes sense, we’ve been around a long time, and for a lot of people, Addicting Games is what they think of when they think of free online games.
So, in the spirit of internet explainers and listicles we’ve put together a quick little F.A.Q we hope will answer the most common questions out there.
Which Games Can I Play For Free?
OK, this is a trick question right? Because you can play a lot of games for free. Eye Spy With My Little Eye is a free game, so is Tag. If you’re feeling up to it, why not give Hide And Seek a try? So, to be more precise, we're just gonna assume that people mean “what online games can I play for free?”
Still kind of a broader question than you might think.
See, Fortnight is technically a free game. You can download and play it for free on your PC, Nintendo Switch, X-Box
Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered and Reviewed
All video games are valid and all gamers are authentic. Whether you like to play casual games like the ones we publish in our new games section or you are a devout console gamer: we're all on the same team. We all play games and we all have strong opinions on them. This is why we're introducing a semi-regular series of game reviews. These reviews won't just be about iogames, mobile games or the kind of desktop games we publish: they will be about all games. We look forward to talking about everything from the new hotness to obscure diamonds in the rough. So, it seems fitting that we kick things off with a review of a remastered game from ten years ago which itself was based on a property from the '80s, there is something about that kind of nested