Block Craft 3D is a city building simulator from Fun Games for Free that should appeal to casual gamers. The controls are simple enough: tap the blocks button, drag the block and place it on the ground to start building. While that’s the basic control, there’s a lot more to this game than that.
Snapimals from BebopBee combine elements of park simulation building and animal photography for a unique game. You are the new photographer at an animal island park, and it’s your job to take photos of the fauna for display at the island’s museum to entice visitors, but there’s a lot more to this than that.
Minions Paradise is a town builder game courtesy of EA, who is no stranger to these kinds of titles. Here, the Minions are on a cruise when Phil accidentally sinks the ship and they get stuck on an island where they the idea to open a resort. This is the set up where you play the resort / base / city / town building game, and it’s actually a pretty cool one.
Happy Wheels from Jim Bonacci is a physics-based game, and like most titles in this genre it revolves around a simple concept – moving your character on a Segway, but because of the physics, this simple activity becomes quite a task. There are 15 levels and while that may not seem like a lot, it’s going to take a while to finish.
SpongeBob Moves In is all about city building, so if you’ve played these games before the mechanics will be familiar. Developed by Nickelodeon, it’s a polished game that moves along nicely, offering a nice mix of challenges without being overly difficult, which should suit casual gamers just fine.