Mobile phones have become a second-nature tool for millions of people around the world. The ability to have a device that carries a multitude of purposes is extremely efficient in the modern day, and this adds to the accessibility of games. Whether it’s playing on Minecraft your brand new iPhone to Snake on an old Nokia, games are available and easy to pick up and play.
These games don’t (always) require internet connection, run instantly from the hard-drive of the phone and can be played literally anywhere without further hardware.
Major gaming companies constantly try to make their games on available with handheld consoles, such as the Nintendo 3DS or PS Vita, but the mobile phone still remains more accessible and practical.