Top 8 Most Addicting Games Ever Created


The gaming world is one full of competing interests. You want a game that is challenging and fun, but you also want one that you can play for hours without getting bored. One that offers new challenges as well as rewards. One that has enough variation to keep you playing it again and again, while still keeping the original gameplay at the core of its experience. These are the games I’m talking about, and they are so good they make me forget there’s anything else in the world!:

  • The Legend of Zelda
  • Animal Crossing
  • Tetris
  • World of Warcraft
  • Pokemon
  • Candy Crush Saga
  • Grand Theft Auto
  • Minecraft

The Legend of Zelda.

This is one of the best games ever made. It is an action-adventure game, with a fantasy theme and setting. The player controls Link, the main character of the series who can be named by them. Just like in his other games, Link must defeat Ganon (the antagonist) to save Hyrule from destruction.

The gameplay involves solving puzzles and defeating enemies using items obtained throughout the game or earned through side quests. There are also mini-games where you ride horses or sail boats on water; these parts were added to break up long periods without action or exploration in order for players not get bored easily but still keep them interested enough so that they don’t lose their interest altogether after playing for hours straight without any distractions from gameplay itself!

Animal Crossing.

Animal Crossing is a life simulation video game developed by Nintendo, and was first released in Japan in 2001 for the Nintendo GameCube. The game is a sandbox game and is played from a third-person perspective.

The player takes on the role of a human who has moved into an animal village. The player can build friendships with animals, plants items in certain places around town, and work to pay off any debt that they may have accrued from moving into town.


Tetris is a puzzle game that was designed by Russian game designer Alexey Pajitnov, who developed it in 1984. Initially called “Tetris” (Russian: Те́трис, pronounced [ˈtɛtrʲɪs]), it was first published in June 1984 by Spectrum Holobyte for IBM PC compatibles and Apple Macintosh.

The original game concept has been attributed to Soviet scientist Alexey Pajitnov,[1] although he stated that he was inspired by an earlier computer game called Pentominoes.[2][3] He derived its name from the Greek numerical prefix tetra-, as well as tennis, his favorite sport.[4]

The objective of the puzzle is to manipulate falling blocks consisting of four segments each, with one segment being removed when blocks are placed together side-to-side or on top of each other. The player manipulates these blocks using a device known as the “tetrimino”[5] (the word used for individual playing pieces). In most variants, falling tetriminos are automatically shifted so as to fill gaps in stacks.

World of Warcraft.

World of Warcraft is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) released in 2004 by Blizzard Entertainment. It is the fourth released game set in the Warcraft fantasy universe and it directly continues from the events at the end of its predecessor, Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne. World of Warcraft takes place within the world of Azeroth, approximately four years after Blizzard’s previous release in the series, WarCraft III: Reign of Chaos.

World Of Warcraft was first released on November 23rd 2004 and has since become one of the most addicting games ever created with over 8 million players worldwide!


Pokemon is a role-playing game developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo in 1996. It was released worldwide and quickly became one of the most popular games of all time, with millions of people playing it daily. The game has received numerous sequels and spinoff titles, such as Pokemon X and Y or Monster Hunter: World.

Pokemon’s gameplay revolves around catching creatures called “Pokemon” which can be found in various places within each region. Players also battle other players with their captured Pokemon to become the strongest trainer in the land.

Candy Crush Saga.

Candy Crush Saga is a puzzle game that is extremely addictive. This game allows you to play on your mobile phone, computer, or tablet and there are over 1,000 levels to complete. Candy Crush Saga allows users to connect with their Facebook friends and has won several awards.

The main goal of this game is to match candies until they all have disappeared from the screen. You can also earn lives by completing achievements/quests or purchasing them through micro-transactions in an online store (which mostly contains different boosters). By matching up three or more candies according to color, shape and type will cause them to disappear from the board; however if you don’t match up enough pieces before time runs out then you’ll lose!

Grand Theft Auto.

Grand Theft Auto is a series of open world action-adventure video games developed by Rockstar North and published by Rockstar Games. It is primarily composed of titles that have been released since the late 1990s, but it has also included games with earlier settings as well as those no longer considered part of the series.

The series has received significant critical acclaim, with particular praise directed at its narrative and gameplay elements; however, it has also been involved in several controversies due to the use of violence against civilians in some installments (with only one installment, “Grand Theft Auto III”, featuring no violent acts). Grand Theft Auto III was particularly controversial for its depiction of violence against vehicle occupants – something that had not been seen before in any game at such a scale.


Minecraft is a sandbox game that allows players to build and destroy any object in the game world using cubes. The open-ended nature of Minecraft has allowed players to do just about anything they can imagine, from building castles and exploring caves, to creating roller coasters. Minecraft has been a best-selling game since its release in 2009, mainly due to its addicting gameplay and open world.

Many people have spent thousands of hours playing this game and continue to play it today because it’s so fun!

These games have captivated the attention of their players, and their players would not have it any other way

You’ve probably heard of some of these games, but you may not know just how addicting they are. The reason that they are so addictive is because they are fun to play and challenging at the same time. No matter who you play with or against, there is always something to keep your attention on the game. You can be playing a game by yourself or with your friends, family members or strangers in a chat room for hours on end and never get bored!

These games can be played anywhere from short breaks in between classes during college to after dinner when everyone has finally gotten home from work and school every day. These games have been around since before computers were invented so there’s no telling how long ago someone first thought up this idea!


Top 8 Most Addicting Games Ever Created has been a fun article to write, and I hope you’ve enjoyed reading it. It’s not easy to narrow down which games are the most addicting, but I think it’s safe to say that they all have some element of their gameplay that makes them truly special.

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