Google showcases the best games and apps from its Play Store that have won the favor of audiences of all ages and won awards for their usefulness and entertainment. Until the Canadian list is published, here is the list of our neighbors.
Several have stood out in this year like no other. Among these, relaxation and sleep aid applications.
Voted Best App of the Year, Loóna allows you to disconnect from a day filled with stress and prepare you to fall into the arms of Morpheus.
This relaxation is accomplished through immersive “sleep landscapes” using 3D scenes to explore and stories with sound effects.
For his part, Genshin Impact won the title of Best Game of the Year. Designed for teens, this Game open world opens Teyrat where we discover seven countries filled with countless creatures that thrive in harmony.
Your goal: to find your family and unravel the secret of the “primordial gods”. The game is offered on the main platforms: Android, iOS, Windows and PS4.
On the list, four other products earned People’s Choice awards: SpongeBob, Disney +, Bad Boys for Life and If it Bleeds.
Offered as a free game with optional purchases, SpongeBob SquarePants take its users on a hilarious culinary adventure through the restaurants and kitchens of the virtual Bikini Bottom City.
Decorate your restaurant, cook and prepare delicious dishes, in short, play the chef to satisfy the appetites of your inhabitants and earn rewards.
Fans of the animated television series and SpongeBob games will love it.
If there is one sector of the economy that benefits fully from containment and public health restrictions, it is streaming services, the famous streaming.
With an imposing catalog of blockbusters and television series, Disney has repatriated its content to offer them on its new platform Disney + accessible directly on your TV connected to the Internet or from a streaming player such as those offered by Roku, Google, Apple TV and Amazon.
Here is a picture of the complete list.
Bad Boys for Life is the film that won the favor of American audiences on the YouTube video platform. Reading side, it’s the book If it Bleeds.