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5 Best Two-Player Mobile Games part 2
Unlike online multiplayer games that can be played on desktop browsers more efficiently, these 2 player phone games allow you to roam freely, have different sets of mobile phones and enjoy games in an unlimited mode.
#MobileGame… Want to know which are the best 2 player mobile games we are talking about? Keep scrolling down!
1. Glow Hockey 2
An old game but presented in a new style! This two-player mobile game is quite easy to play but a little hard to master. Two players can
settle on one single mobile device and start a smooth game, which, in turn, is addictive because of speed and fun.
You would love to check the realistic physics and responsive gameplay. Even when you score a goal, the phone vibrates smartly.
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5 Best 2-player mobile games

With many of us still staying home, we are all looking for entertainment and games have been a huge part of that. But beyond entertainment, we are using gaming to connect and interact with others, whether in the same home or miles apart.
#MobileGame… Now, not everyone has a console or gaming PC, but there is one thing that we do have: phones. Mobile gaming is a huge market and there are a ton of games you can play with your friends or family, right now, on your phone.…
You just need to know which games are the gems and which games are the duds.
Our list here is made up of the 5 mobile, co-op games that we think are the best to be downloading right now.
1. Words with Friends 2
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[thread] With the latest update of @Gladiabots on Android, I decided to remove all ads from the game.
Several reasons for that...

#GameDev #IndieGame #IndieDev #MobileGame
1. Ads are not fitting the gameplay:
It's is a pretty demanding game in terms of focus. Oddly enough, a bit like programming. And I know how irritating it can be to be interrupted during a programming session
2. I earn nothing from Ads:
OK almost nothing, less than one euro per day.
Hard to know exactly why as the revenue model is based obscure or hidden rules.
I guess it's mainly due to the fact that the game is too niche and will never reach millions of daily active players.
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