My Real Games Announces Expansion of its Mobile Games Section
LONDON, May 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Thousands of web site visitors are in for a treat this month as MyRealGames.com confirms it will make it easier than ever to play mobile games online from May 1st. The top games website has announced the expansion of its mobile games section with almost 50 new HTML 5 games being added in the last few weeks.
The new additions are part of a concerted effort to give mobile gamers a huge choice of fresh new titles alongside the hundreds of more traditional PC downloadable and online games that MyRealGames.com is known for. The addition comes as research firm IDC predicts the mobile gaming market will grow at a rate of 23.6% annually between now and 2017 and generate as much as $60 billion in revenues.
Nikolai Veselov, MyRealGames.com spokesman, said, "Mobile gaming is really in its infancy and we believe that adding so many new titles and focusing on expanding our selection of games for mobile devices is an important step towards developing the genre.
"With mobile internet usage expanding every quarter and more and more gamers turning to their smartphone for leisure, we were very keen to make sure that our mobile visitors were as well served and spoilt for choice as our more traditional gamers. While we have already added over 40 new mobile games including a bumper selection of mobile puzzle games in the last few weeks alone, we'll continue to add lots more titles to this category and grow our library of mobile games throughout the rest of 2014."
In addition to the newly expanded mobile games category, MyRealGames.com has also maintained its tradition of adding a slew of free PC downloadable and online games to its library. One such title is the PC downloadable hidden object game, Mysteryville 2 which calls on players to help Journalist Laura find her missing friend Bill. With 22 stages and more than 60 levels set in a beautiful little town which makes the perfect vacation spot, Mysteryville 2 is sure to keep gamers intrigued throughout May.
Also new on site is Mahjong Gold, which is set to an ocean backdrop and challenges players to find Long John Silver's missing treasure. The 120 unique levels provide more than six hours of game play in distant lands with each board offering up a special gold token that will help to reveal the pirate's secrets.
Finally, Crazy Racers ups the ante as a pumpkin shortage calls on players to put their foot to the floor and race through the nation's vegetable patches, flipping opponents and avoiding escaped farm animals.
To find out more and to play any of these games, visit http://www.myrealgames.com. No registration is required.