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As a MOBA player myself, I wondered what makes this genre of game popular for those who have phones. If you would go in the page of google play or iOS for MOBA, there's a lot, LIKE A LOT of different MOBA games which make it hard to choose the best among the rest. I've been a player of League of Legends and Dota 2 for the longest time and I would always want to play it when I'm outside (of course, I can't) so I downloaded Arena of Valor, Vainglory, and Mobile Legends to suffice my need. Based on that, I could say that one reason is a lot of people are using mobile phones than PC or Laptop so they would download this as a replacement of those known MOBA games. (Is that why LoL will launch a mobile version too?) To be honest, I enjoyed playing MOBA games on my phone because it's easy. Why? it's touchscreen and it's automatically aimed to your enemies so I won't have any trouble managing my hero but then they still have that difficulty right for the players. In addition, they also became popular in eSports because they don't have to that complicated set-up for computer... just phone. Same goes for other mobile games in eSports. I'll give these as an example: World Cyber Games 2019 with the chinese MOBA , Honor of Kings AIC 2017 with Arena of Valor 😁What are your thoughts about this? What do you think it's popular?😁
So, there's this new platform that just released in NA. It's sponsored by the owners of Alibaba, and is supposedly really popular in Asia. Anyway, it's called Nonolive. https://nonolive.com/ Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nono.android&hl=en_US iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/nonolive-live-streaming/id1113374949?mt=8 Right now, they are paying NA streamers $20 (retrievable once a day) for every 3 hours you stream while you play. Or even vlog. I've only done it once and it seems legit so far, and it pays through Payoneer, which I've never used. But, they have good reviews on Trusted Pilot. Looks like Asian Paypal. Anyway, there's a dev on the Discord that answers questions about it: https://discord.gg/g52PEU He said that if you get a lot of views, you can get a contract and the company will pay you a monthly salary depending on how popular you are. Sounds cool so far, so we'll see. I love Twitch but I rarely get many views and there's not a lot of opportunity for extra pocket cash. I hope this works out cuz I play three hours a day anyway, might as well make an extra $600/month doing so.
Curavity In this brain puzzle game, you control the black cube. It might seem easy but every level has it's own special exciting challenge and has to complete in specific time to get 3 stars of it which needs experience and skill to get it done. With more skill and experience you can do it. Let's see if you can get 3 stars for each level. Note*: You have to be smart to complete this game, if you're not, don't get it. How to play? By touching (not swiping) left or right half of your screen, your view will rotate and make cube move towards the direction of gravity that is always pointing downside of your screen. Features: Very strong physics in gameplay. The player can Share scores with friends. Brain training and creativity. No pop up ads in the game (to distract your brain). Follow Us: twitter.com/@CloverStudio98 facebook.com/CloverStudio98 instagram.com/CloverStudio98 You can download it from link below: Download Curavity Enjoy this brain puzzle game.