Top 5 social games for busy women


Let’s be honest, when it comes to gaming, you probably think we live in a man’s world. Even the Google Play store and Apple App Store is filled with games targeted at men. But a new study reveals that 52% of the gaming audience is made up of women. That’s right — most of the people playing games are women. Yet the stereotype that games are a pastime for adolescent boys is a lasting one, and one that is continued by the aggressive marketing of many big-budget games. If you compare gaming tastes of women vs. men, you’ll find that men lean more heavily to the shooter games, while women largely prefer games that will test their strategic and creative abilities. And the other bonus is that, unlike shooter games, women prefer something they can pick up for a few minutes as a respite from their busy day. Of course, this also applies to online gaming such as you’ll find with Buffalo slots free play for iGamers. And we have curated 5 of the best social games for women.

Just dance

Just Dance (pictured above) is a rhythm game series from Ubisoft and it provides an excellent outlet for exercise and fun all in one. Essentially, Just Dance is a motion-based dancing game for multiple players where players use a smartphone or controller to control their dance and movements. This game consists of a large collection of songs from popular artists and each song has its own unique choreography. The game can be played alone or with friends, and players can also connect virtually with people around the world.

Restaurant story

Restaurant Story is a simulation game in which the player opens and manages a restaurant, it places players in the role of a fledgling restaurateur. You’ll set up seating, prepare meals, and do the best you can to make sure there’s always enough food available to meet demand. The game flows in real time: even when the player is not actively participating, visitors keep coming and going, money is being earned, and new items gradually become available. For more fun, invite your Facebook friends to be your neighbours.

Candy crush saga

Candy Crush Saga is one of the most downloaded apps of all time. According to a survey by the Washington Post, a whopping 59% of those downloads are by women. The object of the game is to make matches of three or more candy pieces of the same color by swapping adjacent pieces on a game board. The game also adds in obstacles for players and in order to do really well in this game you have to set yourself up for large matches and chains of matches for big points. The boards have a time limit and there are countless different levels and episodes to conquer. Candy Crush Saga is free to download with optional in-app purchases.

Home street

Home Street is a life-simulation/house decorating game, which is a lot like the Sims. You can create your own avatar, dress him or her up, decorate their house, and interact with your neighbours — who can even be your real-life friends if you connect via Facebook.

Pokémon go

Pokémon Go is a real-life adventure game with a unique form of interaction, is extremely popular among women. Players take on the role of a young Pokémon trainer and collect various Pokémon in real locations by walking, biking, driving, and so on. The ultimate objective is to “catch ’em all.”  You can play this game alone or with friends, its free to play and offers in-game purchases.

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