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Improve your general culture with these mobile games

Warren Jennings



The smartphone has become one of the most used entertainment tools. No matter how old you are, the offer of applications is so wide that it is very difficult not to find one that you like. It does not matter if what you want is to edit some photos or a simple game to spend time on public transport. Just search and you will find.

Of course, among this wide offer, there is also a place for culture. It is true that they may not be great scientific knowledge, or that they are not books of the most important libraries in the world, but they can help you expand your general culture in a simple and entertaining way. Think about it, a little more culture at a click. You don’t feel like it?

We are going to recommend some so you can play both alone and with your partner and friends.

Use your smartphone for more than just consulting social networks. Discover these fun apps that will help you learn new knowledge of general culture

Your smartphone can be more than a communication tool. There are apps that can help you expand your knowledge while making you have a good time. Discover some of the best apps you can install on your mobile phone to learn something else.


If you have always been a fan of the classic Trivial, this game will be known to you. In this case, you have a wheel in which we can choose the theme of the questions by getting to the box corresponding to the character we choose.

You have to get to each of these boxes before your opponent and answer the questions to win. It is available in classic competition mode between two characters and one faster than the dual mode consisting of 12 questions. You can also download it for any of the systems and play it on any online website, and this fun general knowledge quiz questions game helps you in every learning

True or false:

This application is available for both iOS and android and is one of the most popular games. In the game, they present you with general culture statements and you have 20 seconds to determine if they are true or false. In addition, it has a multiplayer mode so you can face your friends.

Quiz up:

This is one of the games similar to the trivial. The selection of questions is very wide and they are divided into categories so you can choose more easily. The game mode is the duel and the two players compete to see which one has more successes and to see which one is faster. It is available for both Android and iOS.

360 trivia:

But if you have no one to play with or prefer to use the app to spend your most boring times this is your app. It is designed to play alone and each successful question can level up.

You have one minute to answer each of the questions and you can use it on iOS and Android.

From now on you can spend more entertaining times so boring or also enjoy yourself with your friends and family at any meeting. Do not hesitate, have fun and wide your general knowledge with your smartphone.

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Bryan Nesbit




The video games, it is a wholesale business under. In 2018, the video game industry’s revenues reached nearly US $ 44 billion, more than the film industry.

It is no longer child’s play.

But from this enormous commercial machine, which titles have stood out? Which games have become big sellers, blockbusters to make Titanic and Avatar blush?

Here are the 10 best-selling titles of all time.

I warn you right away, these are not the ones you are thinking of.

  1. Tetris
    170,000,000 copies sold

At the top of this list of the best-selling games of all time is, as it should be, one of the greatest classics of all time, Tetris.

Launched in 1984 and created by a Russian engineer, Alexey Pajitnov, Tetris is a very simple game where pieces made up of 4 blocks fall from the sky. The player must then place them in order to fill the lines and thus make the pieces disappear, thus avoiding as long as possible to exceed the top of the grid.

I don’t know why I’m explaining this to you, because everyone knows Tetris.

What helps sales, too, is that the original title of Tetris (we forget here the dozens of suites and spin-offs created over the decades) is available on 30 different platforms, from Atari ST to ZX Spectrum, without forgetting iOS.

And 35 years later, we still play this great classic.

  1. Minecraft
    154,000,000 copies sold

Before the Fortnite madness, young pre-teens were addicted to another game: Minecraft. Available on all platforms, from your iPhone to your computer, via your Switch and your Playstation 4, we bet that several players have bought the game more than once.

In this simple yet complex title, you find yourself on a desert island (if you don’t count the many monsters it shelters), and you must use the resources you find to build whatever your imagination allows you.

Kind of modern-day Lego, bet Minecraft hasn’t sold its latest copy yet.

We bet it suits Microsoft, who bought the rights to the game for 2.5 billion.

  1. Grand Theft Auto V
    100,000,000 copies sold

At the opening of this top 3, we find our first game to have broken the bar of 100 million copies sold with Grand Theft Auto V, better known as GTA V.

This game, which puts you in the shoes of three criminals who steal cars between two even worse crimes, must have struck a chord with the players because it has had monstrous success.

Obviously, the graphics are beautiful, the world rich and detailed and the gameplay is addictive.

Add to that an online mode still very active more than 5 years after the release, and for which players exchange real money for the virtual currency of the game, and GTA V has become the most profitable game of all time with 6 billion in revenue.

This is the kind of amount that even the biggest criminals can only dream of.

  1. Wii Sports
    82,860,000 copies sold

I repeated it to you several times in this list; the Wii was extremely popular.

And this popularity is largely explained by a single title, Wii Sports.

I don’t need to explain to you what it is, because you’ve all played Wii Sports. If you have not spent hours playing Bowling with your grandmother, you have not lived.

There you say to yourself “Yeah, but they were giving Wii Sports with the console, it doesn’t count!” This may be true in North America and Europe, where the game was indeed included, but in Japan and South Korea, it was sold separately, and it was still a huge success. Wii Sports sold nearly 2 million copies in Japan in the first year alone.

There are a lot of people who wanted to bowling, in their living room.

  1. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds
    50,000,000 copies sold

The most recent game on this list (it was only officially released in December 2017), PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, better known as PUBG, still managed to sell an impressive 50 million copies, which places it fifth place in this ranking.

For those who do not know the title, despite the 50 million copies sold, it is the title that helped popularize the concept of the Battle Royale, over which Fortnite reigns today as king and master.

Fortnite is however a free game, which means that it cannot be found in this ranking.

PUBG was also helped by the fact that Microsoft started to include it with many of its Xbox One devices, which can’t hurt.

However, for such a recent game, it’s a tour de force.

  1. Pokémon Red / Green / Blue / Yellow
    47 520,000 copies sold

If you were born in the late 80s or early 90s, you were caught up in the Pokémon madness. Cartoon, stuffed animals, cards, games, movies, everything was converted to Pokémon sauce.

In fact, it’s been such madness that Pokémon has become the most profitable multimedia franchise of all time, earning a whopping $ 90 billion US since 1996.

But at the base of all this madness, there is a game (available in several-variety), Pokemon Game Boy.

And with more than 47 million copies sold, Pokémon narrowly escapes the top 5 of all time. There should have been a couple more colors, I think.

  1. Wii Fit and Wii Fit Plus
    43,800,000 copies sold

The Wii was very, VERY popular.

And yet gamers haven’t played most of its top-selling games. As proof, we find in seventh place in this Top 10 Wii Fit, the “exercise game” that came with the Balance Board of the Wii.

It may not be the most exciting game of all time, but Wii Fit was a good opportunity to exercise at home and learn yoga, especially for the elderly.

For some, Wii Fit has become a real religion, like this grandmother of a Reddit user who has been playing Wii Fit every day for 10 years.


  1. Super Mario Bros.
    43,170,000 copies sold

Well, I said above that Mario Kart is more popular than the original Mario games. I lied.

There is ONE Mario game that has sold more than Mario Kart, and it’s the good old Mario with the gray NES. Yes, the Mario everyone played, including your mother.

Sure the fact that the cassette was included with most of the consoles sold helped boost sales of Shigeru Miyamoto’s title, but that’s not the only reason, because otherwise, Duck Hunt would also end up in this top 10.

But hey, a well deserved eighth place, because Super Mario is indeed one of the most important games of all time.

  1. Mario Kart Wii
    37 140,000 copies sold

I’ll tell you about another little discloser on this list: If Nintendo is this rich, there is a reason.

In 9 position we therefore, find Mario Kart Wii, the famous racing game featuring the Nintendo mascot. Again, this game came with an accessory, this time a small plastic steering wheel in which you could insert your Wii controller, to simulate real driving (if in real life other cars threw shells at us, let’s put ).

The Mario Kart series is still overly popular, much more than the regular Mario games, but the Wii episode, Nintendo’s best-selling home console, was a huge success.

37 million copies are more than one copy of Mario Kart per Canadian. That’s a lot of banana peels.

  1. Wii Sports Resort
    33,090,000 copies sold

Aaaaah the Wii; both the most loved and hated console from Nintendo. If the Wii has not been able to attract the favors of the more experienced players with its more limited graphic capacities, the small white console has known a monster’s success with the more casual players.

And Wii Sports Resort represents this trend well.

A spiritual follow-up to Wii Sports (which you may see on this list…), Wii Sports Resorts is a collection of 15 mini-games, ranging from ping-pong to basketball, including frisbee and the comeback of bowling.

If the simplicity of the mini-games can explain the success of the title, you should also know that the game came for free with the new accessory of the Wii MotionPlus, which improved the capacities of the controller.

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Resident Evil 2 (Remake)

Nichole Kerr



Yesterday was a busy day for Resident Evil. The Sony’s State of Play confirmed months of rumors a few Resident Evil 3 remake, but also announced that it’s coming next Spring, and can launch bundled alongside Project Resistance. But yesterday, Capcom also revealed a replacement milestone for Resi 3’s predecessor. In a handout issued after yesterday’s announcement, Capcom revealed that this year’s Resident Evil 2 remake has sold quite five million copies. That figure puts it above the first version of Resident Evil 2, which sold 4.96 million after its release in 1998. That figure probably bodes well for R3make. It’s already coming in hot on its Game of the Year-winning predecessor, and bundling it in with a rather off-the-wall co-op version of the franchise looks like an honest thanks to getting fans to play both, instead of just learning one or the opposite.

Capcom revealed the Resident Evil 2 (Remake) sales figures, confirming that the remake of the horror game has sold better than the first release. The corporate had said that the “favorable” growth of the game’s sales was right down to Resident Evil 2 Remake reviews which were incredibly positive. In a handout sent out today, Capcom confirmed that the Resident Evil 2 Remake has sold quite five million copies as of December 4, 2019. In February 2019, Capcom had said that the sport had “shipped” four million copies around the world, which are both sales to players and therefore the number of copies on store shelves.

This suggests that the sport has sold around two million more copies within the last nine months. It also means the Resident Evil 2 Remake has sold more copies than the first version of Resident Evil 2. The “Platinum Titles” page on Capcom’s site says that the first Resident Evil 2 sold 4.94 million copies on PlayStation. When it had been released in 1998, the sport also became the best-selling game in North America at the time. The combined sale of the Resident Evil 2 Remake and therefore the original Resident Evil 2 also makes it the best-selling game within the Resident Evil series, totaling 10 million sales which eclipse the 7.5 million copies sold by Resident Evil 5. Few could also be surprised by the performance of the sport. There was a little amount of concern from fans when it had been revealed that a serious character was nearly changed for the remake, but this soon went away when the developers confirmed that the character would be within the game.

The game play was entertaining and therefore the graphics were top quality and it also offered free DLC, Tofu Mode, and replayability. Most of what fans asked for from the remake was within the game, which can have helped it to sell so well. The strong sales of the Resident Evil 2 Remake could also be why Capcom is additionally releasing the Resident Evil 3 Remake next year. There are suggestions that the sport will offer a bigger check out how Raccoon City fell apart, which are some things that the first version didn’t offer. This might make those that played the first buy this too, potentially helping it to beat its sales. There’s also the Resident Evil Resistance multiplayer mode which can allow four players to fight against one and this might also help it sell for more.

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State Of Survival: Survive The Zombie Apocalypse

Bryan Nesbit



The idea of a zombie apocalypse has been around for ages. Most folks, of course, accept it as a desirable yet unlikely fantasy event that have been made into quite a couple of movies and television shows. However, there’s always that nagging question within the back of our minds…what if? So, whether you’d wish to steel oneself against State of Survival: Survive the Zombie Apocalypse, you’re writing the most recent brain-eaters television program, or you’re just curious, it’s handy to possess some recommendations on the way to survive, should the zombies ever descend upon us.

 Know your enemy

Firstly, we should always take into consideration all of the (generally) agreed-upon details of the zombies we might be fighting against for our survival. Since zombies aren’t currently a real-life phenomenon, we’ve to believe hypothetical to inform us about these creatures. Most films and films seem to depict them as creatures of relatively low intelligence, which plays to our favor. While the stereotypical zombie moves fairly slowly so you can’t believe them moving at the speed of a slug for you to form your getaway. Most zombie ‘experts’ agree that zombies are created by some sort of infection or another disease that spreads through the human population. Many of them also seem to be depicted as having a weakness to either fire or sunlight, which is vital information to understand if you would like to remain safe and build an honest defense system. These are supported the films and television shows that we’ve thus far. Within the event of a true zombie outbreak, you’d want to seek out the maximum amount as you’ll about your real-life monsters, so you’re able to defend against them.

Safe Places

Since most folks probably don’t have a zombie-ready safe house built into our backyards, we should always get a general idea of where the safest places are for us to travel within the event of a zombie outbreak. Surprisingly, a number of the places we’d consider first aren’t the simplest ideas. Take your local mall, for instance. You would possibly consider heading there first: large spaces, many rooms to cover, and many food options at the food court or other stores sprinkled throughout. But this is often a short-term option, not good for long-term survival. First of all, tons of people would probably have an equivalent idea, so food supplies would run low fairly quickly. Also, malls tend to be situated in heavily populated areas, which are perfect breeding grounds for the zombie infection you’re trying to avoid.

It’s a far better idea instead to travel for more rural, thinly-populated areas. Fewer people means fewer chances that the disease will reach your area quickly, which suggests you’ve got longer to organize before zombies start appearing in your new backyard. There’s an inventory of which U.S. States are the simplest in terms of upper chances of survival. Because of their relative geography, food sources, and access to energy (things like solar energy and other renewable sources), these states should be your first pick, if you’ll get to them. California tops the list, with Iowa, Nebraska, Minnesota, and Illinois following close behind. Kansas, North Carolina, and Wisconsin follow that, with Indiana and Washington mentioning the rear of the list.

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