Mobile Games That We Really Liked So Far.
When you’re doing what we’re doing you come across dozens of videogames on a daily basis. Some would say that this is a pretty cool way to waste your time although, it’s not that simple. While it is cool to play video games all the time and make hack for those, sometimes we get to play games that we would never consider running on our devices if we weren’t doing it for the GameBag.org community.
To be fair there were situations when, absolutely accidentally and most of the time thanks to you guys we discover a true gem. There are games that we find so interesting that we continue playing them long time after the hack has been published.
Although it doesn’t really happen that often, it still happens from time to time.
And today we wanted to write about those games in particular. The games that stay with this longer than they need to. The games we truly enjoy playing and the ones that we fondly remember.
So, something a little bit different this time around than what you’re used to when it comes to content of our website. Ladies and gentlemen, we present you five games that we really, really enjoyed playing!
To be fair, this is the game that we know about for quite a long time. It was on Facebook and it was rather popular among PC players. People online were talking about it and the fans of Diablo were particularly fond of it. The game is widely considered to be one of the few very successful Diablo’s clones that is able to both attract and successfully manage to keep the players interested for a long periods of time.
The game is mostly successful because of its exceptionally well done freemium plan. Although it allows you to play for free, never forces your hand and conditions you to buy stuff in game.
Although we did make KingsRoad gems and gold cheat, this is one of the few free to play games that really doesn’t require you to hack free resources in order to play. Of course, you can only benefit from having a lot of gold and gems but if you want to keep things going without paying, it is entirely possible in KingsRoad.
Another great free to play game with a great example of freemium plan. Although perhaps not as considerate as KingsRoad when it comes to balance between free and premium users, Dominations is an exceptional game nevertheless.
Yeah, it can get a little tough and the game is definitely going to be progressing at a much slower pace if you don’t use crowns but still, you will be able to play it. Not just that, you’ll be able to advance without restrictions and develop your nation just the way you want it with an absolutely free to play plan.
Of course, the game is highly addictive and for good reason too so it was just a matter of time before Dominations crowns cheat would appear on GameBag.org. Still, with or without free Dominations crowns hack, this game is guaranteed to offer you hours of fun and enjoyable gameplay.
3. Jurassic World: The Game
Although we admit that most of us here are really big fans of both dinosaurs and the Jurassic franchise, it doesn’t have anything to do with the fact that this game is on the list.
It is an absolutely wonderful take on theme park games. Instead of a generic setting with everyday activities, you get to build your own dinosaur theme park! Suffice to say this is something that most people would really like to see. We know that we would.
The game itself is very well made and you can tell that the developers knew what they were doing. But the things got really interesting once the Jurassic World: The Game cheat was published. It allowed for infinite amounts of DNA, food, coins and everything else in between to be generated for free. This allowed us to really put the element of a sandbox in this game and experiment with all of these features that the game offered. Some are still experimenting to this day 🙂
4. Ninja Saga
Another title that we were quite familiar with long time before with decided to publish a hack for it.
Back in the day, Ninja Saga was a Facebook phenomenon. It was only later in the game was available for mobile devices. Although slightly changed, it still managed to keep that Ninja Saga charm that made it so very popular among Facebook users.
Even though all of us have quit the game quite some time ago, when it was the time to work on Ninja Saga token and gold cheat, we decided to give it another go.
It was a very nostalgic experience for the most of us to revisit our old characters and engage in spectacular ninja battles once again. And although we don’t really plan on playing this game any longer, we still can’t change the fact that some time long ago we’ve sunk hundreds of hours into this one.
5. Injustice 2
Injustice 2 has to be the best fighting game on mobile devices. That’s not even an exaggeration.
Sure, mobile fighters tend to be simplified and less technically advanced than their console counterparts. That is also the case with Injustice 2. The games most definitely not the same on mobile devices and consoles. But that doesn’t mean it’s not absolutely great.
The game improved so much. They’ve added new features and the new battle mechanics. This time around the developers actually successfully made a roster full of distinctive characters. And it’s quite the roster to be honest and knowing these games, it’s only going to get bigger in time.
Thanks to our Injustice 2 gems hack, that roster is fully accessible to anyone from the start. Just a single use of our hack tool allows you to access and fully upgrade every character in the game. This way you successfully remove the only bad thing about this game and that is the grinding.
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And there you have it!
These are some of the games that GameBag team really enjoyed. Some of them we were familiar with from before, some of them were new to us and we discover them thanks to you. But what’s most important is that we have enjoyed all of them.
These are also the game that you have our highest recommendations to try out if you haven’t already and in combination with our game hacks, you can easily test the game and see whether or not it’s for you.
Feel free to keep the conversation going in the comments and tell is whether or not you agree with our list.
We would also like to know whether or not you would welcome articles like these in the future and what do you think about this one. We are considering writing about things other than game hacks from time to time and we would want to know your opinion about it more than anything.
Tell us what you’re looking for. Leave a comment saying what you want to see and read about on GameBag in the future. Talk to us about the games you’re interested in and the ones that you would like us to hack.
If nothing else, say hi to the community and keep discussions going 😉