Smashing Ideas: 50% of smartphone users spend close to 200 hours per year playing games

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Random House’s Smashing Ideas division has today released its American Smartphone Gaming Report, revealing that half of American smartphone owners will spend close to 200 hours per year playing mobile games, whether at home or on the go.

In association with YouGov, data was collected from more than 1,150 US adults to determine their mobile gaming habits. The study found that brain and physics-based puzzle games are the most popular, with 28 percent of respondents choosing that genre as their top choice.

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