Top Ten Reasons Why the Google Play Store Is Better Than the Windows Store

I kind of hate the Windows Store, even if that's the only type of game store I have now. Besides, anyone can tell the Playstore is a millon times better. (by the way, is it Google Play Store or just Play Store? )
The Top Ten
1 The Play Store has more games

Everything on this list is about mobile games. While that is a factor, both the Play Store and the Windows Store have much more important features.

The Windows Store has about as many Play Store games as a cat has rainbow sparkle powers - barely enough and very rare.

2 The Windows Store has less than 5 Angry Birds games but the Play Store has all of them

All it has are space and Star Wars games. Not even Angry Birds Toons. The games are similar, making it boring.

3 Windows Store has cheap games

All the games I've seen end with the suffix "-er" and look photocopied. Some of the more popular games, like Total Conquest, are just Clash of Clans with Greek myths added.

4 Some games and apps are still in mobile mode

What I mean is that all games from the Play Store only use the center of the screen for the actual app. The left and right sides of the app are either black, have some game-related scenery, or display ads. Sometimes the scenery is nice, but full screen would be better.

5 You cannot view videos for apps

There is no option where you can see a video, so you have to rely on pictures.

6 Minecraft rip-offs

Blockworld, Survivalcraft, and Discoverycraft are just a few Minecraft rip-offs. They all require you to pay money, even for a game as poor as that.

I see ads for these all the time!

7 Double releases

It's those games that cost money but have a free version of the same game. The paid version is either in HD, "3D," or deluxe, while the other one is free. You could also get tricked if you only saw the free one first, ending up with a pay-to-continue situation.

8 Lots of the same games

Remember those "-er" games? They are all clones of each other, made by different "companies" (essentially bored teens working in a garage). Excuse the sarcasm, but I couldn't resist. These are almost always glitchy games with ads cluttered on the sides, many of which are slightly inappropriate.

9 Buy item to continue games

There are games where you have to buy someone or something to continue, but it costs a ridiculous amount of in-game currency. For example, take Angry Gran Run. Some characters cost 80.00 or something similar, along with items. Even though that isn't a pay-to-continue type, it's still too much. They seem to be forcing you to buy a coin doubler or something of that sort, which is why that game has been deleted from my device for some time now.

10 Pay-to-continue games and apps

Everyone knows these games are annoying, selfish, and greedy. So far, I have only seen a couple of these apps, not counting the duplicate releases.

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