To save you having to play through some pretty terrible titles, we've compiled a short list of video games which relate to our furry friends in some way.
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According to the Sunday Post, the average gamer will spend around £400 on games per year.
Horse racing is a big deal in the UK, with punters flocking in their thousands to some of the biggest events of the year.
Ever since the hit game produced its first-ever millionaire in 2008, thousands of players from across the world have tried their luck at landing the big pay-out.
Far from China opening itself up to the world of video gaming and taking a step forward by relaxing its censorship rules to join in with the fun, it now seems like the opposite may occur.
Now that you have the roadmap to success, it's time to start playing. Just remember that the most important rule of all is to have fun and to not take the whole thing too seriously.
Whilst land casinos give you more of an 'experience', and are more luxurious than sitting at your laptop, they just cannot match in efficiency and money-to-playing ratio, so it looks like cyber casinos will just keep growing.
Tetris is a skill game that has incredible replay value and a high addictiveness rating. It is easy to spend hours playing this game without getting bored.
In Escape from Tarkov, you’ll be spending a good chunk of your time trading, be it with Dealers or the Trading Market. Thus, it’s important to be familiar with how it works.