Online gaming has taken the world by force, partly due to the rise of smartphones and other technological advancements but mostly due to the fact that they’re so much fun! Many young tech-savvy people have dreams and ambitions to develop a gaming app of their own, and there are so many that are successful in that endeavour that we’re lucky enough to be able to enjoy some truly awesome online games. Here’s a list of 4 games that you don’t want to miss out on this summer. Bingo Bingo is a game that has been around for centuries and made popular in 1929 by American toy salesman Edwin Lowe. Naturally, the game has migrated online – though still hugely popular in bingo halls – and that allows people to enjoy the game from the comfort of their own home. Great websites such as Sun Bingo have developed very user-friendly games for people aged 18 and above, and though it doesn’t cost too much money to enter a game and join in the fun, there’s a lot of money to be won. However, gaming isn’t always about winning cash, and bingo promises to provide hours of enjoyment even if you’re not a lucky winner. Kingdom Rush One of the best aspects of virtual games is their ability to bring fantasy worlds to life. One such game is Kingdom Rush, a medieval fantasy game based on tower defense. Players are given virtual money at the beginning of every level which they must use to build towers, which they will then use to try and kill all of their enemies. Each time an enemy is killed, the player receives more money which can be used to upgrade and build new defensive towers. There are also two recent sequels to this game, and that cements its reputation as providing hours of action-packed fun. Cut The Rope People from all around the globe are trying their hand at creating the next big online game, and that’s what Russian company ZeptoLab had in mind when creating their world-famous Cut The Rope game. It’s the simple concepts that often gain the most popularity, and the aim of this game is to make candy fall into a little green monsters mouth as you direct him to collect stars. If you’re not convinced of how addictive this game is, the fact that it’s been downloaded over 600 million times should give you a good insight into how many people are hooked. Pokémon Go Almost everybody who was born in the late 80s and early 90s has a soft spot for the adorable fantasy creatures we call Pokémon, and the launch of Pokémon Go has been long anticipated by die-hard fans. For the first time ever, you’re given the opportunity to go out into the real world and find virtual Pokémon hiding around the streets and surroundings. You then have to use your phone to catch them, train them and prove yourself a master in battle.