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From puzzles and card games to shooters and strategy, here are some of our favorite tablet games currently available.
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As a medium rooted in physical products, it’s difficult for video games to simply "die." However, with the growing popularity of always-online titles, this is no longer the case. As innovative as they are, video games that live on a server can be rendered