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Gaming on the Go for Free

02 Aug

One of my favorite games to play when I have a little spare time during work is My Cafe. It’s a simple game where you have to serve customers at your own restaurant. Most of my friends have moved on from those types of games, but I still like to play them. There’s something about doing simplified versions of actual jobs that is interesting to me. One thing I don’t like about the game is how hard it is to get diamonds and coins. Unless you want to start using real money, the my cafe cheats is the best way to get these items.

The cheat makes it possible to have an unlimited amount of coins and diamonds whenever you want. Normally a player would have to either pay money or play for hours on end to get the coins and diamonds they need. The companies that make these games design them with monetization in mind. They want players to become impatient with a particular mechanic. When their patience runs out, they resort to using real world money to pay for in game currency. From a business standpoint, it’s a smart move, but from a consumer standpoint, it’s pretty annoying.

While I’ve been playing My Cafe, my friends have been playing a game that is based on a popular franchise about catching virtual monsters. In this game, you walk around, and your phone’s GPS tracks your movements in the game. Monsters occasionally show up at random spots, and you can catch them. When the monsters appear on screen, the phone’s camera uses augmented reality technology to make the monsters look like they are actually in the real world. Just like every other mobile game, this game has a monetization component too. When you run out of items to capture the monsters, you have to buy more.

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