Top 4 the most addicting game ever
Top 4 the most addicting game ever – We understand this list is a bit subjective, so when creating this list, we tried to take input from gaming guilds, discussion boards, readers, and commenters. Do you agree with our countdown for the most addictive games ever made? Have you spent months playing any of these games?
Top 4 the most addicting game ever
In 1988, the first Madden football game was created for Apple II and it was released on Commodore 64 and DOS in 1989. John Madden was on the cover of each Madden release until the 2000s, and in 2001, Eddie George was on the front cover. Madden became a modern day Wheaties box, and each year thereafter, gamers and football fans alike waited to see who would be on the next cover.
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For years, gamers have been sitting on their couches, headsets on, playing Madden. In a Bleacher Report entitled “10 Signs You’re Obsessed with Madden,” we found out that signs of Madden obsession include taking sick days for the new Madden release, waiting in line for more than an hour to buy the game, and having an imposed “time limit” on your gaming time (by your significant other).
Developed by Valve Corporation, this free-to-play sequel has garnered a heck of a lot of attention. This game offers a unique world and team-play structure, and a community of other players to connect with. It’s easy to get sucked into Dota 2 for hours on end.
A gamer describes his Dota addiction this way in an article on US Gamer: “Dota 2 is not like other games. It’s never just one more round. Six hours inevitably get flushed away with enough adrenaline to force a cow into cardiac arrest. If I get on a winning streak, I end up chasing that blood-thirsty high. If I find myself losing repeatedly, I end up playing until I win or it’s 4 a.m. in the morning. There’s no win clause here.”
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Really great but it can cause bad affects on children such as decrease of creativity, addiction, selfishness, vitamin D decrease, and much more. It makes kids less smart because everyone thinks it enhances creativity which is true but it doesn’t encourage kids to use there hands and it decreases active hand use and decreases mental strength. My co-worker’s kid became really addicted to Minecraft and made him less selfish and when he was doing Lego with his friend he didn’t do it the normal way he got a computer mouse and started clicking on it he didn’t use his own hands. The kid’s creativity decreased and whenever he plays building blocks or Lego he gets a computer mouse and starts clicking.
I am glad this is first on the list because I play it for ages and ages and ages and ages and I have never got bored of this. I do not know why more people have not voted for this because this game is really addictive and I have every single type of it, Pocket Edition, Xbox and PC, and I know a lot of people will know what I mean when I say that this
You can literally do anything in this game. It’s so cool. You wont understand this game when you play for the first time just keep playing and then you will understand this game. This I guess also helps you learn something about resources and stuffs. You might not like to play single player but multiplayer is the best. 26.95 US $ is worth it. I recommend that you play this game before its too late nvm this if your already playing.M
Super Smash Bros
I’m in love with this game! It’s so insanely time consuming and once, I went through the whole story mode in one shot! Took me nine hours, but I just couldn’t stop playing! This game has consumed me.
Using different characters on different maps, Using Mr Game & Watch to smash mario into oblivion whats not to love?
The Super Smash Bros franchise, in my opinion, isn’t addictive, but those are still very good games and fun to play. The only thing I can consider as addictive might be the story mode in Melee and Brawl, but if you play in singleplayer, besides that, it’s not really addictive.