The Cave of Caerbannog in summer, Castle Aaaargh in winter
Logos Quiz, Solitaire, Sudoku2, and Flow. I'm HOOKED on Flow. I've got some silly ones on there for my son like Paper Toss and Plumber Crack. My husband plays Plumber Crack when he thinks I'm not looking
I like logical people---they provide a nice contrast to the real world.
I love hidden object, also match three games, not too many hidden object, on my iPad screen, but I have fishdom and garden scales, some hidden obj games are too hard to see, the screen is just too small for my old eyes. Also have a puzzle and word search game I like. I have the virtual fish tank, I actually enjoy it, though I forget to feed my fish occasionally.
I get bored easily, and delete games and apps pretty regularly. I do like Plants vs. Zombies, and I used to like Candy Crush until the levels got stupidly hard. I also use
-Astrid Tasks (to do list)
-Overdrive Media Player (free audio books through my local library)
-My Fitness Pal
Texas Holdem Heads Up....but the app on new Android phone is very slow compared to the one of my old iPhone.
And there's World War II bomber game that I wore out on the first iPhone.
Scramble is my current addiction. Easy to kill a little time, but not too much, as each round is 2 minutes. I'll pay Angry Birds at times, but my 80 year old mother is absolutely addicted. She's played them all, and is now going back through the levels trying to get a perfect score on each! I get stuck and quit.