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CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- There are more than 700,000 apps available in the iTunes Store, with more being added every day. So which ones do you get for your mobile device?
Games are always fun, so we polled FlipSiders and their friends for their favorite games. Here are the answers we got. Maybe you'll find a new favorite somewhere in this list!
Unless noted, all games are free. Their developers are listed in parentheses. The game name links to iTunes; the developer name to Google Play.
Genre: word game
Description: Use the clues to figure out the words, then combine the letter groups to form them.
"It's a puzzle game that's a twist on crosswords. You're given a clue and how many letters the answer has, but you have to select from a list of letters in bundled groups and rearrange them in order to form the word. It's a fun challenge, and the initial game is free. Additional puzzle packs can be bought for $1." -- Nicholas Ransbottom, Home study
Description: Angry Birds set in the world of "Star Wars," loosely following the film's plot.
"[It's my favorite] for the simple fact that it's "Star Wars" and Angry Birds." -- Chelsea Shamblin, Poca High School
Description: Send your soldier cats flying across the battlefield to destroy your enemy's castle.
"It has really amusing/interesting game design and an intricate and good level of challenge." -- Katherine Snyder, Winfield High School
Description: Play a variety of Bingo games with your friends and other players.
"I love to play bingo, and this way, I get to play with my friends." -- Tessarae Thompson, Scott High School
Genre: tilt-controlled racing game
Description: Avoid obstacles while navigating through a tubular racetrack
"It is very surreal and trippy and also very 'Tron'-like in the way it is set up. However, it is so simple and so easy to play." -- Katherine Burgess, Winfield High School
Genres: Candy Crush Saga - match 3; Hay Day and The Simpsons: Tapped Out - simulation/RPG
Description: Candy Crush - Match candies to achieve at least a one-star score and complete the goals set out at the beginning of the level.
Description: Hay Day - Tend to crops and make and sell food from them, plus raise and care for farm animals.
Description: The Simpsons: Tapped Out - Rebuild Springfield after Homer accidentally destroys it in a nuclear meltdown.
"All of them give you quests you have to do. In Tapped Out, you have to rebuild a town and do different things they tell you to do. Hay Day is similar to that except you are on a farm; you have to take care of your farm and build on it while they tell you different stuff to do. Candy Crush makes you complete a level by telling you what number you have to reach." -- Nikki Given, Valley High School
Description: Connect colored dots to form paths that fill the board without intersecting with each other.
"It tests you to see if you can connect all the dots and use every space." -- Grace Byers, John Adams Middle School
Description: Slice through as much fruit as you can.