10 of the Most Addictive Video Games Ever Played among all age Group


According to the Entertainment Software Rating Board, the average gamer spends 8 hours per week playing video games.So we spend a great deal of time on these more addictive games.

Tetris:
The addiction had begun. You’d start a game of Tetris, rise quickly through the levels, and the blocks would come falling down at what seemed like lightning-fast speeds and you kept playing mostly because you wanted
to beat your high score.

Minecraft:
This game may not be the most visually stunning, it has all the makings of an addictive game.Since then, millions of adults and children alike have enjoyed building structures, fighting skeletons and zombies, and of course, mining for gold, diamonds, iron, other minerals.

EverQuest:
According to a Video Game Addiction Help website, “EverQuest" was one of the first online RPGs to be widely recognised as addictive. Some fans jokingly refer to it as ‘Never Rest’ or ‘Ever Crack,’ and many psychologists have condemned the highly addictive nature of its game-play.

The Sims:
"The Sims" is an addictive practice in voyeurism, allowing players to control businesses, households, and
most importantly, the people therein. Careers unfolded, relationships blossomed, and children matured or didn’t under players’ omnipotent control.

World of Warcraft:
WoW has been played by over 100 million people in 244 countries and territories. It’s a pandemic, and
it is truly deserves its spot on this list of the most addictive video games of all time.

Call of Duty:
Call of Duty has been experienced by over 100 million players in multiple countries.The man hours that have been put into Call of Duty are nothing short of astonishing.

Candy Crush Saga:
These days, Candy Crush Saga is the new puzzle game of choice for many portable game addicts.Candy Crush
is free to play, but with pay-for-bonus and “ask friends for help” options, the game is all the more enticing.

Madden:
Madden became a modern day Wheaties box, and each year thereafter, games and football fans alike
waited to see who would be on the next cover.

Dota 2:
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.

  • According to the Entertainment Software Rating Board, the average gamer spends 8 hours per week playing video games.So we spend a great deal of time on these more addictive games.

  • Tetris:
    The addiction had begun. You’d start a game of Tetris, rise quickly through the levels, and the blocks would come falling down at what seemed like lightning-fast speeds and you kept playing mostly because you wanted
    to beat your high score.

  • Minecraft:
    This game may not be the most visually stunning, it has all the makings of an addictive game.Since then, millions of adults and children alike have enjoyed building structures, fighting skeletons and zombies, and of course, mining for gold, diamonds, iron, other minerals.

  • EverQuest:
    According to a Video Game Addiction Help website, “EverQuest" was one of the first online RPGs to be widely recognised as addictive. Some fans jokingly refer to it as ‘Never Rest’ or ‘Ever Crack,’ and many psychologists have condemned the highly addictive nature of its game-play.

  • The Sims:
    "The Sims" is an addictive practice in voyeurism, allowing players to control businesses, households, and
    most importantly, the people therein. Careers unfolded, relationships blossomed, and children matured or didn’t under players’ omnipotent control.

  • World of Warcraft:
    WoW has been played by over 100 million people in 244 countries and territories. It’s a pandemic, and
    it is truly deserves its spot on this list of the most addictive video games of all time.

  • Call of Duty:
    Call of Duty has been experienced by over 100 million players in multiple countries.The man hours that have been put into Call of Duty are nothing short of astonishing.

  • Candy Crush Saga:
    These days, Candy Crush Saga is the new puzzle game of choice for many portable game addicts.Candy Crush
    is free to play, but with pay-for-bonus and “ask friends for help” options, the game is all the more enticing.

  • Madden:
    Madden became a modern day Wheaties box, and each year thereafter, games and football fans alike
    waited to see who would be on the next cover.

  • Dota 2:
    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.



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