By Dan GartlandThe Washington PostIt is hard to argue with the sentiment in many of the responses to a Washington Post op-ed titled “Don’t buy a game for Facebook.”
It’s not that they’re wrong, but they’re just not the kind of games that will resonate with your Facebook followers.
To help people who love games, I’ve compiled a list of ten games you can play on your Facebook wall, with each one carefully curated by a person or team.
For a more complete list of recommended games, click here (or scroll down to the bottom of the post).
The first game is a simple puzzle game.
The only way to solve it is to get a ball and run to a wall.
You can get it for $5 on Facebook.
There are many ways to play it.
The second game is an exploration game that plays very similarly to the first game, but with a few changes.
You don’t need to run around to collect rocks to solve this one.
You only need to get the ball and then walk through it.
It costs $1.99 on Facebook, but if you want to try it out, you can find it for just $3.99.
You might want to play this one as well.
It’s a fun little game with a simple premise.
The ball has a certain power level that you can use to change the level of the puzzle.
This power level can be used to unlock more puzzles in the game, which adds to the puzzle’s replay value.
The third game is one of my favorite game genres.
The premise is that you are trapped inside a mansion with the help of a dog.
The game uses the classic “bouncy house” mechanic, but the puzzle has an unusual twist.
You must navigate a maze of rooms and corridors to get through.
The puzzles are fun and the difficulty can be hard to get right, but you get a lot out of it.
You will probably be playing this one for a while, and you’ll want to have a play session when you are ready to buy it.
This is a good game to have around for fun.
The fourth game is another simple game.
It takes place inside a house, but this time, you’re a cat.
You are tasked with cleaning up the messes caused by your cat.
The cat’s power level has increased a little.
This game can be played for free on Facebook or $1 for a full purchase.
The cats in the house have an array of different powers, which you can tap into to add to your cat’s arsenal.
You might want a few of these to play with your cat as a side-game.
This might be the perfect opportunity to buy a cat costume.
The fifth game is perhaps the most popular.
This one has the best story and the best puzzles.
The player is trapped in a house with a pet cat named Lucky.
Lucky has an extraordinary ability, which lets him see invisible objects that you see.
You have to use Lucky’s ability to escape from the house.
It can take a while to figure out how to get out, but once you figure it out it’s not hard to keep going.
This title can be easily played for $2.99 or $4.99 if you’re into puzzles.
You won’t be disappointed.
If you are looking for a little more strategy in your Facebook games, you might want one of these other games.
These are some of the most challenging games you will find on Facebook because they require a lot of thought.
Theres a lot you can do with these games, and it’s fun to think about what you can accomplish in the next few minutes.