An issue gaming can never seem to shake is its obvious identity politics. From character design to perceptions of gamers thmselves, gaming always seems to be locked into a very specific conception over what it defines gamers as.
I have a mild obsession with mobile games. I have 5 to 10 that I play on a daily basis and I am constantly looking for more that I can sink my teeth into.
The problem with mobile games today is that almost every game requires me to pay in order to play it the way I want to. In fact, there an entire community of online gamers that feel the same way. No matter what it says in the description of a mobile game, it is not free. A game may be free to download and play but it allows - and insists - in-app purchases.
Have you ever browsed through the internet for clothes and then bought something in the hope that it might look good on you - AND THEN IT DOESN’T?
Or have you ever wondered what something would look like if you tried it on but couldn’t due to the fact that the internet stops you from doing so?
If you answered yes to either or both of these questions, Fitle, a new app on the market, was designed for people like you.
Warning: this post is no joke. Poop is not a laughing matter
With Apple’s App store having over one million apps, it is no surprise that there are a few, ahem, eccentric apps that, most of the time are not very useful and would probably raise the eyebrows of anyone browsing your phone.