Games to play while listening to audiobooks?

#1
I love audiobooks. I love them so much. I also love games. I have been looking for some Android games that do not require much brain power to play while I invest my attention on an audiobook. 2024 has been good. Also, I have been playing "Magnetic Balls". That's been a good one. Any suggestions?
 
#2
Unblock me would be a good game. It takes minimal brain power and all you have to do is to move the blocks...enough to free the red blocks. I can play that game using my intuition, and is a fun game. You can also play games like Temple Run. This requires minimal brain power, but might need some reaction time in order to win the game. Warning, Temple Run can be very addicting.
 
#4
I usually play candy crush or some type of card game (loving Zynga poker right now) while listening to the radio. It actually helps me engage in the game more rather than distract me
 
#5
Unblock me would be a good game. It takes minimal brain power and all you have to do is to move the blocks...enough to free the red blocks. I can play that game using my intuition, and is a fun game. You can also play games like Temple Run. This requires minimal brain power, but might need some reaction time in order to win the game. Warning, Temple Run can be very addicting.
Oh yeah. Unblock. That is a good idea. I have played temple run one and 2 to the point where I have looked at my wall and had the optical illusion of the wall moving. That is a severely addicting game!
 
#7
I usually play candy crush or some type of card game (loving Zynga poker right now) while listening to the radio. It actually helps me engage in the game more rather than distract me
I've never played Candy Crush. I've heard it is massively addicting. Do you have to spend much real world money to progress?
 

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#8
I've never played Candy Crush. I've heard it is massively addicting. Do you have to spend much real world money to progress?
No, you don't have to spend any money at all. When you complete one "chapter" (10 or 15 levels, I'm not sure), it gives you the option to pay to continue, ask three of your Facebook friends to "pass" you, or you wait three days until it just unlocks the next chapter. I usually ask my Facebook friends, but most people just wait the few days.
 
#9
No, you don't have to spend any money at all. When you complete one "chapter" (10 or 15 levels, I'm not sure), it gives you the option to pay to continue, ask three of your Facebook friends to "pass" you, or you wait three days until it just unlocks the next chapter. I usually ask my Facebook friends, but most people just wait the few days.
I'd highly advise against asking friends through Facebook though. That gets very annoying VERY fast
 
#11
I used to do this sometimes with Grand Theft Auto. You could simply cruise around without using much brain power, and concentrate on the audio book. Sometimes I would just drive around anyway on GTA, this was in the days before I got my driving licence. I suppose in some ways it can be even more relaxing.
 
#12
I used to do this sometimes with Grand Theft Auto. You could simply cruise around without using much brain power, and concentrate on the audio book. Sometimes I would just drive around anyway on GTA, this was in the days before I got my driving licence. I suppose in some ways it can be even more relaxing.
LOL you played GTA without killing anyone or destroying anything?:) Or was like a "let's just cruise in this direction and hit anyone/thing that gets in my way"?
 
#13
I used to do this sometimes with Grand Theft Auto. You could simply cruise around without using much brain power, and concentrate on the audio book. Sometimes I would just drive around anyway on GTA, this was in the days before I got my driving licence. I suppose in some ways it can be even more relaxing.
I can see what you mean. Sometimes when I play racing sim games like Project Gotham I lose myself and next thing I know I just won in first! :)
 
#14
There aren't many games that you can get that won't require a lot of concentration, but what i can suggest for you is a beautiful app called silk, with no effort at all you will be making amazing patterns and designs, and the mood of your audio book can have an effect on how you draw.
 
#15
There aren't many games that you can get that won't require a lot of concentration, but what i can suggest for you is a beautiful app called silk, with no effort at all you will be making amazing patterns and designs, and the mood of your audio book can have an effect on how you draw.
Oh yeah...I remember that app. I hear it's GREAT when you're high and/or drunk lol. It gets boring after like 5 mins for me personally though.
 
#17
I love audiobooks. I love them so much. I also love games. I have been looking for some Android games that do not require much brain power to play while I invest my attention on an audiobook. 2024 has been good. Also, I have been playing "Magnetic Balls". That's been a good one. Any suggestions?
Magnetic Balls?? Lol! Your question has actually made me curious. I mean, can you actually do this? As far as I can tell, I am not able to listen to music on my smartphone or tablet PC and then load up a game and play it while listening to the music - as soon as the game starts loading, the music stops so how would you be able to do it with an audiobook? Unless I'm missing something?