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Ane Howard · December 8, 2014 · Short URL:

MyRealGames gives a helping hand to Father Christmas

December is the month that keeps on giving and some players in the gaming industry are starting early. With a phenomenal growth the past four years, it can well afford to give back to its consumers. According to a report published by the Entertainment Software Association, the Industry grew 9.7 percent from 2009-2013, whereas growth for the US economy was just 2.4 percent.  known for its parents/kids gaming revealed today that a bumper line up of free games is hitting its site  throughout December.

Nikolai Veselov from My Real Games said to me : "We always make a point of adding lots of fun new games in our most popular genres in December to help the whole family enjoy together its favorite hobby during the holidays.  It's our way of saying thank you for another record breaking year!"

The seasonal drop includes new titles across a range of its most popular genres including racing and car games, hidden object, time management and match 3. There are also new additions to the mobile games section, such as the Classic Adventures, its first installment based on the Great American classic:The Great Gatsby. The full length game is based on the novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald, introducing a literary twist to the holiday season. No line-up would be complete without  a pirate game. The PC downloadable match 3 game, Treasure Island 2 will be joining. The time management game Turbo Subs, a PC downloadable free game, is the third of the slew of new titles to hit the site this December. Finally for those many gaming from a mobile device, MyRealGames presents Tactical Squad, a mobile and online action game for Android, iPhone and iPad. A fusion of first person sniper and tactical strategy, those loading up Tactical Squad.


A 2013 report from  Gartner, Inc. indicates its strong numbers are driven by  mobile gaming and video game console and software sales, the market is forecast to reach $111 billion by 2015.

Furthermore, the research firm IDC predicts the mobile gaming market will grow at a rate of 23.6% annually between now and 2017.

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