The relationship between holidays and mobile games seem to be much closer than it presents apparently. Mobile games are believed to convey a lot about players' personality and hobby, more over, about festive atmosphere as well. Designers spare no effort to develop batches of new mobile games about holidays to be timely. Halloween, St. Valentine's Day and Christmas are taken into consideration as the themes of accessory mobile phone resources, especially the resource of mobile games.
As an eerie festivity, Halloween is observed in America and Europe on October 31st of a year. Standing for All Hallows Day or All Saints Day, Halloween was originally a pagan festival of the dead, but later became a holiday to honor Christian Saints. Since vampires, ghosts and werewolves are the typical features of dressing up, they definitely become indispensable elements of Halloween mobile games. Many mobile games, like "6 Fears", "Eyes in the Dark", "Thursday the 12th", set good examples of combining those stimulating and dreadful components together. Mobile games of St. Valentine's Day are designed to create a sweet and romantic atmosphere to players during their experiences. To be wake up to the love risks, is the game "Risky Love" so miraculous, as its introduction says, that helps players to make sure whether you are looking for love, found love or lost your love? Maybe it's true, maybe not. All we can be sure is that playing "Cats in Love", "Matching Hearts" and any other Valentines games brings a great joy to us. Santa Claus must be the popular leading role in all sorts of Christmas games.
The point is proved by the fact that "Santa Dress-up Puzzle" got a large download amount once released, while "Jingle All the Way" found favor in players' eyes after launched. More than catering to players' choice and preferences, the mobile game of holidays provides a unique platform to celebrate those festivals via playing them. Individuals differ in their tastes of mobile games, but holidays games are likely to be the universal entertainment that most users would like to have a try. Absolutely, it is desirable to develop more and newer mobile games to meet the growing needs of users.