If you're looking to make a big catch, you might consider trying out The Fish Master, a game that tasks you with catching as many fish as you can, and fishing as deep as you can, to earn money and upgrade your equipment.
If that sounds like it floats your boat, we have the tips you need to get ahead while you're trawling through the depths.
Twenty48 Solitaire takes parts of two of the most popular mobile games, and squishes them together to create a surprisingly addictive experience. Honestly, it's the sort of game that you're going to pick up for five minutes, only to glance up at the clock and see that you've been playing for 40 years.
But while it might seem random, there are actually some tricks you can perform to get even better scores. And since it feels like we've already put about 40 years into the game, it seemed sensible to write them down so you don't have to. If you've got your own suggestions, feel free to chuck them in the comments at the bottom of the article.
It's another day, which means another Voodoo game has come to glue our hands to our mobile phones. Yes, it's been an especially prolific month for this particular mobile publisher, but we're certainly not complaining. Fire Rides is yet another arcade game in a line of fine Voodoo arcade games in which you swing a fireball through a jagged, geometric tunnel. Fling your ball through hoops for bonus points, but be sure you don't touch either side of the tunnel, or risk extinguishing your fireball.
It's a fun time for sure, but as always there are some survival tips that might help you go from zero to hero more quickly. Here are a few tips to get you off the ground.
There's something oddly satisfying about wishing bad things upon others. I don't mean death or anything terribly horrible, but it would be nice to see someone you don't like have their legs kick out from under them while walking down the hallway, or to see them magically get punched in the gut while in an important meeting. If you've ever been in the market to partake in some sweet sweet revenge, there's no better way to do it than to get yourself a good voodoo doll. All from the comfy confines of your home you can poke them, maim them, hex them, tear off their limbs, or let your dog use them as a chew toy, which is especially cruel. For those who want a more digital experience though, I definitely recommend checking out Poke My Voodoo 2.
With Poke My Voodoo 2, you can customize your voodoo doll with a plethora of new items, including hair, facial hair, eyes, makeup, shirts, hats, coats and jackets, pants, skirts, shorts, dresses, arms and props, glasses and masks, hair accessories, piercings, tattoos, and necklaces and capes, and then poke, prod, or hex them in all sorts of devilish ways. Using the new voodoo market, you can even deck out your doll further to perfectly replicate your desired target or buy new hexes for further manipulation.
After you've had your turn with the doll, you can then send it to all of your friends/ the world for them to rate or play with, along with a "hexed message" to tell your fellow torturers what to do or your victim why you've been doing it.
As the developer states in their app description, "Voodoo dolls have never been so easy, so social, so rewarding, or so much fun!"