Today we give you nine ways to keep yourself busy while you spend your time on the toilet. Take a look at these nine mobile games that guarantee to take every bit of your attention, so much so that your family will feel like you’re neglecting them.
Minecraft: Pocket Edition has seen 21 million purchases, pretty good for a game that’s really just a substandard port of a PC game. This will let you take your world wherever you go, even if you’re going into the Nether, just watch out for creepers.
Temple Run 2 is the sequel to its popular predecessor appropriately titled Temple Run. This is an endless running game, with part two of the game you can play as Santa Claus or Usain Bolt. How can you possibly beat Santa? That just sounds like heresy.
Asphalt 8: Airborne is quite possibly the best racing game for the mobile platform. This game, the eighth of the series is considered the pinnacle. It’s not all turning and braking as little as possible, you also have access to 61 fancy schmancy licensed cars in the game, from the Dodge Dart GT to the Lamborghini Countach.
In Ridiculous Fishing you play Billy, a fisherman that just wants fame and fortune. In this unorthodox fishing game you are supposed to catch the fish via pole and then fling them into the air so that you can shoot them with a gun. This is starting to sound like an average weekend in Florida.
We all love to kill zombies, they are the ultimate enemy since those Russkies gave up on Communism. In Dead Trigger 2 you’re given the chance to kill zombies on your phone, because using your phone for phone calls is boring considering that you could be killing zombies.
Plague, Inc. isn’t a very new game, everyone’s favorite website already did a piece on it. In this mobile time waster you are trying to kill every human on the planet, but not in a bad way. Really don’t take it personally.
This fun little mobile game, Dumb Ways to Die, is actually a PSA from Metro Trains in Melbourne. In this game you are given the chance to pledge not to do dumb stuff around trains, it’s like an oath but not really.
If you turned Deadlight into something more than a scroller and you would get Into the Dead. Think of Day Z sans realism and other people playing and well I guess it’s not much like Day Z. You’re on the run and the only people you’ll be encountering are the zombie kind.
The world has been sorely lacking good dungeon crawler games, but thanks to the aptly named Dungeon Hunter 4 you’re able to take that dungeon hunting spirit with you wherever you go. Now that the future is here you don’t have to dig out your console just so that you can get a taste of an RPG, so take advantage of it and stop asking me about it.