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Find the perfect game for your commute
However long you’re stuck on a bus or train, we’ve got a game for you.
Your commute doesn’t have to be a snooze. However long it takes, there’s a game to help fill the time.
Five minutes or less
Don’t have much time on your hands? Neither does the hero of Minit, who must accomplish as much as possible in, yep, you guessed it, just 60 seconds.
Find items, learn skills and inch forward with each minute-long playthrough, and while you might die when the clock strikes zero, you’ll retain knowledge and items captured.
Can you solve the many mysteries of this brilliant role-playing game?
Adventure 60-Seconds at a Time
Around 30 minutes
Stuck on the bus for half an hour ruing your city’s seemingly woeful infrastructure? Mini Metro lets you prove that you could do better than those seemingly incompetent city planners.
Draw tracks of public transport systems in New York, London, Dubai and other real-world cities to keep people moving as efficiently as possible. Fittingly, you should be able to finish a round (or two) during your own travels.
Build a better tube
An hour or more
Good Pizza, Great Pizza is stuffed to the crust with compelling characters and clever play.
Mix sauce, cheese and toppings to please eaters as you grow your pizza business and get to know the curious residents of your neighbourhood.
The storyline is great – and you can gobble down a chapter in a few sessions.
Good Pizza, Great Pizza
Pizza Business Simulator
All day play
Heading on an intercontinental business trip? Looking to sink your teeth into some deep strategy?
As an evil wizard in Kingdom Rush Vengeance, fight off increasingly challenging waves of enemies by building and upgrading all sorts of powerful turrets and heroes. And thanks to full offline play, it’s perfect for a long-haul flight.