32: Candy Crush Saga
We don’t typically play games that look like they were designed for five-year-olds. Nor do we support the unchecked consumption of sugary sweets. Nor do we appreciate constant harassment from Facebook friends begging for extra lives.
But if you can put aside the game’s treacly aesthetic and hectoring social media component, you’ll find true puzzle-game addiction—in the best possible way. Candy Crush Saga has become a cultural phenomenon—and with just a tad bit of embarrassment, we’ll confess we’re hooked.