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Abstract :

It is around two decades using mobile games and design issues are somehow well realised and and well-orgenised, but a few research are presented on the design issues to prevent current problems due to playing mobile games. Players are doing some efforts to achieve the aim but they must obey the rules that game developers are assigned. However mobile games are developed for entertain, fun and pleasure, but the game developers should not only focused on this aspect. This paper reviews the main advantages and shortcomings of highlighted mobile games to overcome the issues that prevent a mobile game to be success. Through this review we reveal not only the parameters that should be taken into account to make the games successful but also to highlight some issues that societies are suffering form them. Proposing some points to be considered by mobile games’ developers for enhancing the usage of them is the highlighted part of this investigation. We hope Game developers can take these parameters into consideration to save energy of children who are constantly involved with these video games. The main contributions of this paper is to keep maintain the trade-off between having successful games for game developers and improving the mobile games; quality for children to enhance their abilities while they are involved with this part of life .

Keywords :

: movile games, comuter games, video games, implication of mobile games

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