It’s really not your fault you’re addicted
Ever since mobile games have come out, we’ve been hooked — adults and children alike. And why shouldn’t we be? It’s endless, anytime fun, sitting in your pocket. It’s kind of hard not to reach out and play a quick round.
But the question is — why? Why are we ignoring the likes of Assassin’s Creed and Battlefield to crush some candy? Why do we let them collect dust, just sitting there on the shelf, begging to be played, while we choose to run some temples, royally clash and conquer totally?
Developers know why, and they are exploiting this like mad. They are literally programming their games to get your brains hooked, and to never let them go. But it’s time we know the details behind all this too.