If you ever played a mobile game and had to watch some sort of an ad in any form at a time, you know that the ads may seem very saccharine and have all sorts of cringe to get you to download. Unfortunately, they often become the brunt of joke. I myself,
oftentimes praise the unorthodox strategy, but for the most part, no. You might’ve heard the term of “false advertising”, where the ad you get is a completely unreal experience from the game itself. You might get an ad where it seems like a high resolution, fun, puzzle game, but you actually get a game where it is low quality, plasticine, and looks like a cheap coding project some kid made for school. Oftentimes, such games flood app stores in their merciless conquest to attract more players and acquire a fan base of little kids who don’t know what’s going on, to older children and adults falling for the ads. If your parents nag you about video games corrupting your brain, ask them to take a peek at these games. These games oftentimes have no meaning, and require no thinking. If you were to play something like perhaps Call of Duty, Minecraft, even games like Minecraft are better on a higher level. You need to possess skills, knowledge, and luck. Playing those raw, barely cooked, stirred, lamb sauceless mobile games just saps your time when you could be playing something worthwhile. If you say “ThAtS JuSt YoUr OpInIoN”, I think it’s a relatively unanimous that these games are crap. Maybe you play em’ as a time passer, maybe you like them somehow, but I feel like you should make the most of your time here on earth and play something a bit more engaging. The floor is now open, the lamb sauce has been recaptured, and you may voice your opinion.