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Free game titles for Android, iOS and Windows are here to test your mobile game knowledge.
With Android and iOS becoming increasingly popular in Australia, and iOS users increasingly interested in mobile gaming, there is more competition for top spots in the Australian App Store.
Here’s what you need to know about the best free mobile games available on Android, Windows and iOS.1.
Play and earn online games on mobile platformsLike the mobile version of the popular game, Angry Birds, Angry Bird Online is a free to play game that lets players capture and use the bird’s actions.
You can earn coins by playing the game, completing missions and earning achievements, which can be combined into a higher-level play mode.2.
Buy and sell real-world goods and services to earn cashThe Australian App, Online and Mobile Business report shows that there are over one billion transactions made by Australians every month.3.
Earn money in-game with real-money online game currencyThe Australian Gaming and App Purchasing Council reports that over half (49 per cent) of Australian gamers spend money in the virtual world to earn in-app rewards.4.
Play a variety of games, including puzzle and card games, card and card game modes, arcade games, puzzle, platforming and moreWith over 1.5 million Australians using the mobile app and online marketplace in a given year, it is a major challenge for developers to make their mobile games and mobile games for mobile platforms more appealing.5.
Take part in online competitions for prizes including virtual cash prizes, virtual currency, and moreThe Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has released a new report on mobile gaming.
The report looks at mobile games with prizes in the form of cash, virtual currencies, virtual goods, virtual cards, and other digital currency.
It also looks at the impact of social gaming and digital currency on gaming revenues, including revenue from advertising and advertising-related spending.
The report found that a significant proportion of games on Android and iPhone devices are also available for players to play in their home environment, with the majority of games available to play on a smartphone.
The ABC contacted Australian App store owner, The Angry Birds Team, for comment.