Have you ever played a game so much that it took over your life? Yeah, me too. The games I’ll discuss in this blog have all been addictive in their own ways and have inspired loyalty from players for years. I won’t rank them here—I’ll leave that for you to do—but I will give a brief rundown of each game, plus the reasons why any or all of these addictive games are worth checking out. Enjoy!
Fortnite is a video game that was released in 2017. It is a survival game, which means that it has zombies, and you have to survive them. The game is free-to-play and can be played on PC, Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch. Fortnite comes with two modes: ‘Save the World’ (STW) and ‘Battle Royale’.
In STW there are four playable characters: Constructor, Outlander, Ninja and Soldier; each character has its own specific skillset such as building structures or stealth attacks against enemies. There are also pets such as dogs which help you fight against enemies by attacking them with their teeth! Battle Royale mode features 100 players who parachute onto an island from various points above ground level (the map). You then scavenge for weapons left behind by dead players until one person remains alive at the end of 20 minutes when they win the round! If you get shot while parachuting down onto this island then you’ll die too quickly so try landing on smaller outcrops instead where there aren’t many people around.”
You may have played Tetris at some point in your life, but how much do you really know about it? If you’re a fan of this addictive game and want to learn more about its history, here are some fun facts about Tetris.
- It was created by Russian programmer Alexey Pajitnov and first released in 1984 on the PC. The name “Tetris” comes from the Greek word “tetra,” which means four blocks (the same as the number of lines used in the game).
- The original version was called “Elite” instead of “Tetris,” because it required access to an expensive computer system called Amiga (which had a 16-bit processor rather than 8-bit). This meant that only rich people could play it at first!
Diner Dash is a game about running a restaurant. The goal is to serve customers and keep them happy, while also making sure your restaurant stays open. The game features an array of different restaurants where you can play as Flo and help her run the business.
The game itself is free to play online, but many people will be tempted to buy extra items in order to progress through it faster. If you like games that challenge you mentally as well as physically (by making you multitask), then this may be one for you!
Massively Multiplayer Online Games (MMOGs)
Massively Multiplayer Online Games (or MMOGs) are games that can be played online with thousands of other players. These games are often popular for years, and millions of people play them. Some examples of MMOGs include World of Warcraft, Final Fantasy XIV, Guild Wars 2 and many more.
Bejeweled Blitz is a puzzle game available for use on Facebook and other social networks. It is very addictive and has been played by millions of people around the world. The game was created by PopCap Games, which is famous for its addictive casual games such as Plants vs Zombies, Peggle and Bookworm Adventures. In Bejeweled Blitz, you will try to match three or more same colored gems in order to make them disappear from the screen while earning points at the same time. You can spend those points on power-ups that may help you complete levels faster or give you extra points when matching gems together (for example, by making all gems explode).
The game’s goal is simple: clear all blocks on every level before time runs out (or before running out of moves). Once completed successfully, players are rewarded with coins which can then be used to unlock new items like power-ups or additional lives so that they don’t have to wait until these become available again after being used up during playtime!
These games will suck you in and make you want to play them forever.
- Addiction is a mental disorder characterized by compulsive engagement in rewarding stimuli, despite adverse consequences.
- Addiction is a disease that affects the brain and causes compulsive, out-of-control behavior.
- Addiction is also known as substance dependence or drug addiction.
- Addiction is affecting more people than ever before, especially younger generations because they have easier access to drugs and alcohol than ever before. This leads to increased rates of addiction among teens and millennials who are now twice as likely to become addicted than previous generations were at their age.
So there you have it, 5 of the most addictive games of all time. What do you think of my list? Do you agree or disagree with any of my picks? Let me know in the comments below!