With the flurry of smartphones flooding the Philippine market came the inevitable: games, games and more games.
And thanks to the magic of touchscreen, gaming became ubiquitous; doing it in every conceivable nook and cranny became the norm – certainly more acceptable than sex-anywhere. Widening the floodgates to every Juan and to every developer of all sorts – Flappy Bird’s including.
As I’m writing this, 27th of March, Candy Crush company King just got I.P.O. today. Timely, don’t you think. For a second there, my mind got me thinking of Flappy Bird. Ladies and Gentlemen, if you please, the Top 10 Games to Visit the Philippines in 2013:
10. Wind-up Knight
Not many are familiar with this 10th A-lister. And I would understand. But I bet you 50 bucks, you’d be hooked as sons as you get in on your device. Got one immediately when I unboxed my Samsung Galaxy Duos.
2. Flappy Bird
Must be the most heart-wrenching game to hit town. Yes, for the fact that it had a short shelf-life even if it caught such wild frenzy. Will somebody give Dong Nguyen a bashing? Somebody already did. Some to the point of death threats. Creepy.
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There you have it folks, another round of Top 10. Hope that hit the the bull in the dead center. Do drop us your 2 cents, if you please. Heck, we’d be happy if you castigate us. Just do it in the comments section. Just kidding.
And once again, I enjoin you to take part in our little dissemination campaign. Please share this Top 10. My “Walking Dead” expert’s blurting about Season 4 here, sharing some odd bits of info to catch my attention like a lesson on ‘claiming’, for instance. A good proof of how powerful sharing is.
Games on your smartphones, by the way, provide a good exercise of motor skills, and the mind too. Granting, you’ve finished your homework, esse.