Popular Plays – Staff Picks – Best Games To Play In Black Friday Lines

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Happy Post-Thanksgiving!

I suspect that many of you will be (or already are) in a Black Friday line.

Here are some of our suggestions for the best games to play on your Android device while you wait!

(Get the app here.)

The Top Black Friday Line Games*

*Y’know, while you’re waiting to get your loot!
Delicious: Emily’s Taste of Fame – Time Management (22MB)

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Whip up drinks and desserts!

Manage lines while you’re in one with this classic!

Polar Bowler 1st Frame – Arcade Bowling (27 MB)

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Bundle up and bowl!

Brush up your skills for PB’s next adventure… which is coming soon.

Judge Dredd vs. Zombies – Shooter (26 MB)

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How will you be Judged?

This entry is for you hard-core gamers out there. I think the title says it all, really. Also… Black Friday can sometimes feel like a zombie outbreak, right?

Atlantis: Pearls of the Deep – Match 3 (40 MB)

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Will you save Atlantis?

This is an excellent match 3 game that you can play in short sprints… perfect for those moments when you’re waiting to get in the store (or make that prized purchase).

Princess Isabella: Return of the Curse – Hidden Object (720 MB)

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Can you save your kingdom?

We had to include a hidden object game. Just don’t forget to move forward in line while you play through this engrossing tale!

**NOTE – for the larger games, you may want to download them over your home wi-fi network before you go to wait in line.

And, don’t forget that you can try all of our games for free! So… what are you playing?

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2 Responses to “Popular Plays – Staff Picks – Best Games To Play In Black Friday Lines”

  1. Spock December 1, 2013 at 5:47 PM #

    NOW I find out about this! I had an Android Tablet PC and gave it away because I just didn’t think I would be able to find a real use for it.

    Of course it didn’t help that it only had about an hour of battery life before it had to be recharged or it died. Probably wouldn’t have been of much use if I had to stand in line for hours …

    Sorry I haven’t been back recently but I’ve been a bit busy. Glad to see you have been as well. ;)

    • Mari December 3, 2013 at 1:00 PM #

      To use that tablet, you’d have to sit right next to a socket the entire time! That doesn’t make it very “mobile,” does it?

      Welcome back! :)

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