Casual Games You Can Play on Your Daily Commute


Spending time in public transport is probably not one of the things you are looking forward to after the end of the pandemic lockdowns. Commuting is for most people one of those necessary parts of the working day that are neither productive nor relaxing. So it is best spent on something entertaining, but not too engaging, like listening to music or a podcast, scrolling through social media, reading an e-book or the news, and playing a mobile game.

Here is a list of 6 great mobile games to try out in your public transport. We promise they will speed up your commuting time.


A simple puzzle game, yet incredibly addictive. What you do in 2048 is that you swipe the blocks into each other to blend them together. This adds up their numbers, and the challenge is to reach the number 2048. Reaching this goal is complicated by the fact that all blocks slide together, which puts some of them in an unfavorable position. Also, the blocks respawn with every move, which sooner or later leads to the end of the game. This does not sound so entertaining? Why not give it a go and try attempting to beat your record.

Crossy Road

In this game, the answer to the question ‘how did the chicken cross the road?’ is entirely in your hands. Namely, you control a chicken (or one of the other available characters) and guide it across a ceaseless series of roads and rivers while trying to avoid different obstacles. You can die by getting hit by a car or falling in a river. Not moving can also result in the game being over, as the chicken can get killed by an eagle. We promise that you will obsess over this game.

Monument Valley

This award-winning game is sublimely beautiful, easy to play, and relaxing. The main character of Monument Valley is princess Ida, whom you guide through surreal and Escher-like monuments, uncover secret paths, and unravel optical illusions while trying to avoid The Crow People. The stunning graphics of this game are a product of improvements in mobile screen technology, and you will never stop wondering what the next level is going to look like. What makes it relaxing is that there is no time limit, so you can explore each level as much as you want. This makes it great for your commuting back home.

Online Slots

Online casinos have seen a huge growth in popularity in the last few years. They are exciting because not only are they entertaining, but you also run the risk of winning some money. For example, why not try online slots? At you can find a big variety of slot games to satisfy your taste: Wild West, marine, spooky, tropical, animal, or history-themed – you name it. They all come with stunning graphics and very realistic sounds.

Tetris Blitz: 2016 Edition

Block stacking is universally entertaining and addictive, so you cannot go wrong with this classic game. This new version will offer you additional challenges. You can set a time-limited mode to play quick sessions which is a good option for playing while commuting. Also, there is a Frenzy mode that continues only for as long as you are clearing lines back-to-back. Daily challenges are here to prevent monotony. Nothing really beats good old Tetris.

Candy Crush Saga

Candy Crush is played by millions of people worldwide and it owes its popularity to the fact that it is easy and entertaining, yet requires some puzzle-solving abilities. You certainly have seen people crushing candy on their phones on your daily commutes, or even received an invitation to play on social media. The goal of this game is to move the candy around and match three or more of them of the same color and shape in a row. There are a number of levels with varying difficulty which makes it perfect for improving your skills over time. If you haven’t played it so far, returning to your daily commute after the pandemic is an opportunity to start.

Hidden Folks

If you appreciate good illustration and are a fan of Where’s Waldo, Hidden Folks is perfect for you. In these hand-drawn animated scenes, you will need to tap around, peek behind bushes, and open doors in order to find the hidden people. Some scenes are easy, while some require good sight and focus. This is a great game to train your perception and make the time fly.

To Sum it Up

Commuting is often regarded as a loss of time. Luckily, there are many activities that we can do on a train or a bus to fill this time with some good content. Mobile games are a great option if you want to improve your problem-solving and perception abilities while being entertained. Start with some of the games we have rounded for you in this list.

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