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Every fake mobile game ad is now real

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If you’ve played mobile games or scrolled through social media, you’ve undoubtedly come across misleading advertisements for mobile games. maybe it was an advertisement hero wars, as it refers to a numbers-based tower game – an advertisement that bears no resemblance to the actual game. or maybe it was an ad for the water sort game does Work as advertised, but you also get to watch a video ad in between each puzzle. Sure, these games are free to download, but they still cost money to play.

What if you could pay $10 to play five of these classic puzzle games, without any confusing or excessive advertising or micro-transactions? A new PC game has got you covered, explaining itself via this insanely long title: Yes! You want “those games”, don’t you? So here you go! Now, let’s watch you clean them up together!

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A screenshot of the menu screen showing several minigames, including mouse

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Image: monkeycraft/d3publisher via Play Gamez

i just bought and installed Yes! you want “those games” And it’s exactly what it says on the tin. My personal favorite minigame is “Color Lab”, a version of the water sort puzzle game, one of which I once fell into the trap of downloading to my phone, but discovered it was loaded with ads. Eventually I bought the ad-free version and played it until it was too difficult to proceed without the inevitable request to watch an ad again to unlock additional beakers. Again, this is pretty common – inevitably with these types of mobile puzzle games, you’ll be asked to watch ads or buy microtransactions, with no option to pay a fixed fee instead.

Yes! you want “those games” It doesn’t contain any ads or micro-transactions, although there is a limited number of puzzles available to play. The other four minigames are “Pin Pull” (similar to Rescue Hero: Pull The Pin), “cache run” (same as). money run 3d), “Numbers Tower” (confusingly the same premise). hero wars ad above), and “parking lot” (same as). Parking Jam 3D, My only complaint, shared with the other “mostly positive” reviews on the game’s Steam page, is that I want more minigames and puzzles. That’s because I like what’s available so far!

These aren’t deep or difficult games, but sometimes, you don’t want that. Sometimes you just want to play some simple games while lying on the couch, phone in hand, watching half-baked episodes blacklist, in the matter of Yes! you want “those games” I’ll just put it on my Steam deck and have a far better experience than my small collection of mobile games, because I won’t have to mute my phone while it plays endless ads for other violent mobile games. It’s worth more than my $10.

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