It's July 4, a rare public holiday on the US calendar, which means a sizeable proportion of our readership is currently lazing around doing not very much at all.
No change there then, eh?!
PG is UK-based, but in the interest of pan-Atlantic solidarity we're going to help mark the 241th anniversary of the Americans officially booting the Brits out. How? By assembling a list of patriotic mobile games.
It's what Thomas Jefferson would have wanted.
What's more American than American football? I mean, the clue's in the name for goodness sake. What's that? Americans DON'T call it American football? Whatever.
Touchdowners is our kind of take on gridiron, with lots of side-on silliness and none of the confusing rules. Just aim for the endzone and spin those arms. Furiously.
Rebels and Redcoats II
The Redcoats are coming! The Redcoats are coming! Fuel that anti-Brit sentiment this July 4 by playing this digital spinoff of the popular Rebels and Redcoats boardgame.
Fight out the decisive battles of the American Revolutionary War in a strategic grid-based fashion.
Rayman Fiesta Run
The French might take exception to their boy Rayman being co-opted into the July 4 celebrations. If you're looking for historical justification, then France did play a key role in the American Revolutionary War through their support of the Americans.
That's not our reason for including Rayman Fiesta Run on this list though. That would be because it's just one big party of a game, with colours and cakes and fireworks. Weeeeee-BANG.
Civilization Revolution 2
While all you Americans are in the revolutionary spirit, you might want to check out Civilization Revolution 2. It lets you step into the shoes of Abe Lincoln, JFK, and a bunch of other famously strident historical figures. Then you must go out and conquer the world.
All sorted? Good. Us Brits will just be over here in the corner watching Wimbledon if you need us.
July 4 basically means 'party'. And when it comes to mobile games, there's no party quite like a Mucho Party.
GlobZ's game is a brilliant bundle of mini-games designed to be played by two people. Okay, so that's a very small party, but there's a league mode for up to eight players.