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The Best Games to Play on Laptop

For: iPhone
Developers Corner submission by Steel Media
The Best Games to Play on Laptop

In 2018, video games are no longer limited to classy consoles with online memberships that most definitely add up. Similarly, it wouldn’t be unjust to contend that the best place to play games is on a laptop. The top laptop games might not be graphically-demanding; however, their suitability certainly makes up for it.

Nowadays, for instance, at Magical Vegas online site, the majority of players play mobile slots. Or sometimes they find it practical to use their tablet to play games on the site. But that doesn’t necessarily mean that the collection of games on the site can exclusively be played on these two devices. These slots are also the best games to play on laptop.

So, here are some of the best games to play on laptop:


This game might turn you off by the frightening amount of challenge it poses, however it is worth a shot. Once you start the game, if you don’t find its vivid, fanciful art style appealing, then perhaps you will be induced by some backstory of how it was created.

Middle-Earth: Shadow of War

Elf Lord Celebrimbor and the Talion the Ranger continue their war of revenge by bringing the fight to the heart of Mordor with new abilities, new powers, and a few good Uruks. Instead of stealing into Uruk fortresses, you will be leading a full-on barrier with your own Uruk army. A lot of interesting actions await you in this action themed game.

Okami HD

This game was released in 2006 as a PlayStation 2 title. It quickly developed into a critical darling for its attractive Japanese picture art style and inventive paint-themed combat mechanics. You will once again have the opportunity to protect the world one brush stroke at a time with the remastered Okami HD.


After yearly reworks of Battlefield and Call of Duty, Overwatch feels like a breath of fresh air. Overwatch’s cast varies from a super-gifted, genetically engineered gorilla to a rational robot monk. Overwatch delivers game-changing ults, team-based play, strategic and nail-biting finishes within 12 maps and four game modes. If you have the necessary skills, you will mark the show-stopping Play of the Game.

What Remains of Edith Finch

Got a few hours to love and kill a good mystery? Then you need to check out What Became of Edith Finch game, a story-driven first-person experience. This game enables you to discover the vast Finch home as the titular Edith. The purpose is to learn about each family member's lives and also about what might be a family curse. It's a lovely celebration of life and death that's visually and emotionally gripping.

The above list shows that certain games are best to be played on a laptop. Although there are countless games that can also be played on mobile phones or tablets, you will not be able to fully enjoy them as on a laptop. Hopefully, these games can equally help you have an amazing time during boring moments.

DISCLAIMER: This article has been submitted via the PG Business Network and does not represent the views of Pocket Gamer.

Published on 7 February
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