Top 10 Most Addictive Games Ever Made


Welcome to the world of video games! We’re glad you’re here. In this post, we’ll show you some of the most addictive games ever made. We’ll explain how these games became so addictive and everything else you need to know about them. So sit back and get comfortable! We’re about to demystify the fun and exciting world of video games.


Minecraft is a sandbox video game created by Swedish game designer Markus “Notch” Persson, and later fully developed and published by Mojang. In the game, players build with a variety of different blocks in a 3D procedurally generated world, requiring creativity from players. Other activities in the game include exploration, resource gathering, crafting, and combat. The PC version of Minecraft consists of multiple gameplay modes: survival mode where players have to gather resources and maintain their health; creative mode where players have unlimited resources to build with; adventure mode where players play custom maps created by other players; spectator mode where one can freely move throughout the world without being affected by gravity or causing destruction to blocks or entities; hardcore mode which is similar to survival but with permadeath (meaning if you die in this mode you cannot continue playing).

In addition to PC versions of Minecraft, there are also versions for mobile devices (iOS & Android) as well as consoles such as Xbox 360 & Xbox One

Angry Birds

The game was released in 2009 as a mobile application for the iPhone and iPad. The app has been downloaded over 1 billion times and since then, over 3 billion minutes have been spent playing it. Over 500 million levels have been played, with over 3 billion birds launched at pigs and an average of 10 billion pigs killed by each bird.

The addictive nature of the game is apparent from its massive popularity, with the game having over 100 million hours played by players around the world. Over 1 million new levels have also been created by fans using the level editor built into Angry Birds’ website.

Pokémon Go

Pokémon Go is a mobile game developed by Niantic, in which players use a smartphone app to capture, battle and train virtual creatures called Pokémon. The game is a mashup of real-world locations and Pokémon characters.

The game was released in July 2016 on iOS and Android devices. It became a worldwide phenomenon shortly after its release, breaking several records for being the fastest entertainment property to gross $1 billion (including revenue from in-app purchases).

Pokémon Go is currently available to download on Google Play or the App Store


Pac-Man was originally released in 1980, created by Toru Iwatani. The game is a maze game in which the player controls Pac-Man through a maze consisting of four rooms connected to a center area. The object of the game is to score as many points as possible by eating all of the wafers (or “pac-dots”) while avoiding the ghosts that roam around the maze. Each level has four dots, with one dot in each corner and two dots in between those corners. When you eat all four of them on one level, you get ten thousand points for your efforts! The name “Puck-Man” came from Puck magazine (a Japanese publication), which had published an article about an arcade machine called “Hoppy,” about how it made money for its operators (and not so much for its customers). In 1981, Namco decided that “Puck” wasn’t a very exciting name for their iconic character and changed it accordingly!


In 1985, Soviet engineer Alexey Pajitnov invented a game called Tetris. The game was originally designed to be a teaching tool for math and geometry, but it quickly became so popular that it’s estimated to have been played by over two billion people. Tetris is one of the most addictive games ever made—and if you’ve never played it before, then you’re in luck! Today we’ll explore its history and discuss why this classic game has become such a hit with gamers around the world.

Candy Crush Saga

Candy Crush Saga is a puzzle video game for mobile platforms such as smartphones and tablet computers, developed by King. The game was released in 2012, initially for Facebook; it was later adapted for Android and iOS devices. As of January 2017, King reported that Candy Crush Saga has been played more than two billion times on its web portal.

In this addictive puzzle game you match candies to score points and move from one level to the next. Each time you clear all the candies in a level, it will open up new candy types which require more thought to reach your target score. To help you out there are power ups available that will clear all of a certain type of candy or give you extra moves when you’re running low!

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 is a military first-person shooter game developed by Treyarch and released in 2012. It’s the ninth main installment of the Call of Duty series, and it was released on November 14th, 2012 for PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. The game takes place between 2065 and 2070 (in contrast to its predecessor’s 2025 setting), where cybernetic enhancements are routine and robots are used in warfare by several different factions around the world.

It received positive reviews from critics with an average score on Metacritic of 87 out 100 based on 7 reviews; aggregating website GameRankings reports similar scores: 86% based on 40 reviews for PS3/X360 version; 88% based on 15 reviews for PC version

Counter-Strike 1.6

Counter-Strike 1.6

Counter-Strike is a tactical first-person shooter video game developed and published by Valve Corporation. It was released on November 30, 2000, as a modification for Half-Life and designed by Minh Le and Jess Cliffe, two former designers of the multiplayer mod Condition Zero: Deleted Scenes. The game has seen numerous revisions since its initial release; the most recent versions being Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (2012) and Counter Strike Online 2 (2013).

The original version is available for Microsoft Windows operating systems only while later versions have been released across multiple platforms including Mac OS X as well as Android devices via Amazon App Store.

World of Warcraft

World of Warcraft is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) developed by Blizzard Entertainment. It was first released in 2004, and it has since become one of the most popular games in history.

World of Warcraft has over 100 million active players, making it the fourth most popular game in the world as well as being considered an addictive video game.

League of Legends

League of Legends is a multiplayer online battle arena video game developed and published by Riot Games for Microsoft Windows and macOS. First announced in 2008, the game was released on October 27, 2009. League of Legends was inspired by the mod Defense of the Ancients for the video game Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne, which was based on the Aeon of Strife map for StarCraft.

League of Legends was generally well received at release, and it has grown in popularity in the years since. By July 2012, League of Legends had 27 million active monthly players (averaging about 12 million playing each day), 7.5 million daily unique viewers and 14 million daily visits to champion information pages; by 2016 these numbers had increased to over 100 million active monthly players with an average 7.5 million daily unique viewers watching over 20 billion hours worth of games per month while generating 496 petabytes per month.[9] On October 27th 2017 it became free-to-play with microtransactions available with over 67 million active users as per Q3 2018.[10][11] In late 2018 Riot Games acquired Radiant Entertainment which would be rebranded as Radiant Worlds – an umbrella brand that encompasses all publishing efforts moving forward including studio acquisitions such as Radiant Entertainment.[12]

Video games are fun and many last for years!

Video games are fun and many last for years! It’s a great way to pass time, spend time with friends and family, or even learn new skills.

In fact, video games are so addictive that they’re often used as a form of therapy for children who need help controlling their behavior. But beyond this—and despite their reputation for being the ultimate in escapism—video games can actually improve your memory!


There you have it, top ten most addictive games ever made. We’ve covered some of the most popular and profitable games of all time, as well as a few that have stood the test of time. While we’re pretty sure there are more addictive games out there, we hope this list has at least given some insight into what makes people so addicted to these particular titles. It should also give anyone who plays video games an idea about how their habits may affect others around them (whether or not those others are aware).

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