"It's addictive. I always try to beat the top score!" -- Samira Shahbandy, George Washington High School
"It's fun to play." -- Shane Hypes, Valley High School
"It's fun and addicting, and everyone loves to play it." -- Emily Estep, Valley High School
Description: Race your friends as animals in a forest setting.
"It's a fun, competitive game you can play wirelessly with your friends." -- Frannie Salisbury, John Adams Middle School
Description: Help a jelly blob bounce across platforms while dodging obstacles and collecting goodies.
"It's very addicting, and the little chunk of Jello is cute!" -- Jessica Johnston, Valley High School
"It's so fun to play because you have to challenge yourself on how far you can go every time, and you get to dress your character up." -- Nikki Given, Valley High School
Genre: racing game
Description: Get as far as you can without flipping your car and killing the driver.
"Whenever I am bored, it is really entertaining to play." -- Ethan Powell, Horace Mann Middle School
Genre: strategy/board game
Description: Be the player with the most pieces in your scoring cup to win.
"It is a good way to pass time." -- Lauren Campbell, Horace Mann Middle School
Description: Guide your unicorn for as long as you can without crashing, falling or colliding with obstacles.
"It's fun and colorful." -- Cassie Cotten, Valley High School
Genre: survival horror
Description: Based on the urban legend about a faceless, shadowy creature who stalks children. Avoid him to stay alive.
"I'm obsessed with him." -- Elizabeth Egnor, Oak Hill High School
Description: A stolen idol puts a pack of demonic monkeys on your trail that you must outrun.
"I can play it endlessly. It's addictive." -- Kristyn Conley, Hurricane High School
Description: Control a family, including helping them with their careers and redecorating their home.
"Honestly, I'm nerdy, and I'm into simulation games like the Virtual Villagers franchise. Virtual Families is fun and doesn't require constant checking on your family, which is great if you just don't have time for it." -- Ronni Lynn Wood, Scott High School