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madeeasy 4:29 Wed Nov 7
Phone and computer games
When on the tube last night I noticed how many people there were playing games on their phone.

I hardly play any other than a game called 1010.

My mate plays clash royale which i thought was a kids thing but apparently not.

What am i missing out on when out and about on my phone?

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cup of tea 3:15 Thu Nov 8
Re: Phone and computer games
Anyone else into the lego games? I know they are for kids or are they?) but always found them pretty fun. Think there is a DC heroes one out or coming out soon

cup of tea 3:14 Thu Nov 8
Re: Phone and computer games
Reason I have not got RDR2 yet is I am moving in 2 weeks and my current internet is shite and it would take 5 days to download. Heard good things about it though. Won't play RDRO though as it will just become a shitfest like GTAO

Browno22 3:14 Thu Nov 8
Re: Phone and computer games
if the first shot doesn't kill it you might as well blow its face off with a shotgun. done that myself

I did shoot a Golden Eagle out the sky with my bow which was pleasing

The Kronic 3:11 Thu Nov 8
Re: Phone and computer games
We need a gaming thread. Actually, this can be it.

cup of tea 3:10 Thu Nov 8
Re: Phone and computer games
Next on the list ... Fallout 76

The Kronic 3:08 Thu Nov 8
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I've hardy played the storyline yet, you can get lost for hours on end just exploring the stunning world. Especially whilst high.

And the cries of that deer in agony after i didn't kill it instantly with a bow and arrow will haunt me forever.

cup of tea 3:04 Thu Nov 8
Re: Phone and computer games
RDR2 on XB1 (not got it yet) but if anyone wants to get served up and sliced open on GTA let me know

Browno22 3:02 Thu Nov 8
Re: Phone and computer games
Red dead 2(ps4)

bought it on Friday and it is superb! killed my first grizzly already

The Kronic 2:57 Thu Nov 8
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RDR2 on XBOX ONE X

Oh yes!

#newbreednerd

factory seconds 2:52 Thu Nov 8
Re: Phone and computer games
given it's the centenary of the armistice it'd be a good time to start listening to dan carlin's WWI podcast series.

five episodes all about four hours long. that'll get you through at least two trips round the north circular.

madeeasy 2:46 Thu Nov 8
Re: Phone and computer games
Jay i do but when popping into london cant be arsed to carry a book. dont like reading on a phone or listening to a book either

jayjones 2:24 Thu Nov 8
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Read a good book instead.

joe royal 2:01 Thu Nov 8
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Angry birds and tri towers .

El Scorchio 1:37 Thu Nov 8
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Flow free is my favourite game. Really good and quite addictive.

I also really liked AdCap (adventure capitalist) but I've finished that. Killed a LOT of travel/downtime with that as well.

1010 is a good one too- almost tetris-esque.

Dan M 1:30 Thu Nov 8
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World Cricket Championship is rather jolly, if you like that sort of thing. Like the PS1 Brian Lara game, but better and without Aggers saying "in the air..." every five minutes.

factory seconds 5:25 Wed Nov 7
Re: Phone and computer games
i wonder if humans are going to evolve to have 90 degree angled necks and no gap between their eyes to accommodate a vertical aspect ratio.

Far Cough 5:16 Wed Nov 7
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I play pocket billiards while looking at my phone

JustAFatKevinDavies 5:05 Wed Nov 7
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i play the Jurassic park version of Pokémon Go, and I make zero fucking apologies for it. Its brilliant.

Trevor B 5:02 Wed Nov 7
Re: Phone and computer games
There was a grown man sitting next to me on the train yesterday playing a game on his iPhone with unicorns in it.

Uni-fucking-corns.

Must've been 13 or A8.

Cheezey Bell-End 5:00 Wed Nov 7
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I play iBomber and Words with Friends. Nothing else.

Dr Moose 4:57 Wed Nov 7
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You're not, don't worry.

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