Back to casual life
No more champaign and the fireworks are through... What are your feelings after the long winter holiday vacations? Did the well-known truth telling that the expectations are always better than the event itself work for you? According to the results of the GameMile's survey the majority of our visitors has spent their Xmas vacations playing Hidden Object games (42% of those of you who've answered the question posted on our portal in December), almost twice less, only 20% preferred the Time Management games. 17% of GameMile's followers played Match 3 games and as for Strategy and Simulation games fans they make up 10% and 7% correspondingly. I'm really curious about that 1% who voted for the other variant as I'd like to know what exactly they were thinking of. And only 2% stated that they were going to take a rest and not to play any kind of casual games. And you know, may be they have the point believing that the casual games are for the casual days. And after the holidays end you won't feel so devastated if you finally can come back to something that you really enjoy, something like the games.
The previous year has brought many exciting releases. Some of them such as Mystery Case Files: 13th Skull were not only expected but also these games lived up to the expectations. The others occurred to be extremely popular at GameMile, though at the beginning they didn't seem to be the future bestsellers. For example Dream Day True Love was purchased the biggest amount of times in December 2010, and Redemption Cemetery: Curse of the Raven – in August. Sometimes I get surprised by the shifts in your likings. But I'm always happy to know that the diversity of the reviews satisfy all kinds of the interests.
Thank you for being with us and let's spend the casual days of 2011 with the casual games together!
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