SB Game Hacker – My New Favorite Hack Tool!

While playing Tap Titans the other day I found myself googling for ways to gain free diamonds, when I came across an awesome hack tool for Android called SB Game Hacker.

SB Game Hacker

Along with the download link for the hack I also found a tutorial which explained how the SB Game Hacker, and after a few minutes of fiddling with the settings and exploring some of the features of the hack tool, I successfully used it on Tap Titans to gain an unlimited number of diamonds, which, as anyone who plays the game knows that diamonds are very useful as they can unlock the best equipment in the game and make your character god-like.

You can download SB Game Hacker here.

After I was done playing Tap Titans for the day, I opened SB Game Hacker again to see if I could use it on the other games that I play. To my astonishment I found that the hack supported over 800 games for Android.

That night I stayed up playing until 4am. I wanted to make this post to disagree with the opinion that hacking games is bad. It’s really not, by hacking my games I discovered that I got much more enjoyment from them as I could skip all the grinding and leveling up that nearly all games have you suffer through, and enjoy the real fun parts which the games had to offer.

Puzzle and Dragons

As long as you aren’t ruining other people’s game experience, it makes no difference to them whether you hack the game or not. If it brings you more enjoyment to hack the game, why not do it?

Tools like these were created by people who felt the need for them. Clearly if there’s a need, people want them.

Anyway, let’s get back to the hack. I’ll list some of the games it supports below to attempt to show you just how awesome it is:

Puzzle Games:

  • Puzzle and Dragons
  • Scribblenauts Remix
  • Monument Valley
  • You Must Build a Boat
  • Blek
  • The Room Two

The puzzle games listed above are just a few of the games supported by this Android hack tool. But puzzle games aren’t the only genre of games supported.

Action Games:

  • Crossy Road
  • Temple Run 2
  • Dude Perfect 2
  • Lara Croft: Relic Run
  • Minecraft Pocket Edition
  • Martol Kombat X

And many, many more.

For people who think it’s too good to be true, you can try SB Game Hacker yourself and see if hacking games is really for you. WHo knows, you might even enjoy it and won’t look back!

My Recommended Games for Android Devices

Hey again guys! Most of you know me as an avid gamer, and I mostly play on PC and PS3/4 (mainly when there’s an exclusive) but sometimes I play on Android when I can’t use my PC or PS, for example when I’m on the bus to work or while I’m waiting to meet a friend.

So today I’m going to share with you all the games which I find worth playing and worth of my time. I mainly play RPGs and Action/Adventure games.

My Android Games List

My top 3 Android games

My top 3 games are:

  • Tap Titans
  • Puzzle and Dragons
  • Plants vs Zombies 2

Tap Titans: I started playing this game a week ago and I just fell in love with it. The game pits you against an endless wave of titans and you must tap to do damage and kill them. The faster you tap, the more damage per second you deal out.

The game also has multiple awesome features such as recruiting heroes to kill titans for you while you’re not playing the game, unlocking new abilities which can do devastating damage (which are very useful for fighting boss titans.)

A boss titan will appear after you kill 10 normal titans and these usually award the player with tons of coins, and will sometimes unlock the next level for you.

Puzzle and Dragons: I love this game because of the monster collecting mostly. The game is about collecting and leveling up powerful monsters which you use to enter dungeons and clear them of monsters.

There are hundreds of monsters available in Puzzle and Dragons and thats why I like it, it can keep you playing for years if you enjoy the gameplay and monster collecting.

Special dungeons are also available on certain events and these can be a great opportunity to capture new, often limited edition monsters which you’ll find useful in your future dungeon clearing adventures.

Plants vs Zombies 2: I had played the first Plants vs Zombies game on PC about 5 years ago and really enjoyed it. Although it isn’t an adventure game it can be pretty challenging and fun.

Plants VS Zombies 2

The game is about defending your lawn from hordes of zombies by planting plants which can attack and do other stuff such as shoot peas which freeze your opponents, block their path, etc.

You unlock new plants, abilities and items as you advance through the game and it gets harder and harder to defend your lawn but also more fun.

Other Games I Enjoy

Some other Android games which I enjoy are: Marvel Contest of Champions, King of Thieves and Summoners war, but I’ll leave my review about those games for another time!

In the meantime I hope you try out the games I recommended and have fun playing them! Till next time.

Game of Thrones vs ASOIAF – What I Think

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Being an avid fantasy reader, I’m a big fan of the A Song of Ice and Fire book series written by George R.R. Martin. These are the novels which inspired the Game of Thrones TV series, which is currently on it’s fifth season (scheduled to start airing on the 12th of April). The TV series has garnered millions of fans all over the world and is clearly a hit for HBO – but some book fans have voiced their displeasure regarding the adaptation of certain storylines and characters from the books to TV, as some changes have been made. Now I’m here to voice my own opinion on the matter.

Important: The text below will contain spoilers for the A Song of Ice and Fire book series. Do not read the rest if you’re planning to read the books.

ASoIaF vs GoT

The novels which the TV series is based on are very large, containing a cast of hundreds of different characters and dozens of intersecting storylines. The books follow the points of view of several important characters in the story, some from the same family and others completely unknown to each other from all over the world. What you have to remember is that a book has no budget or limitations on the amount of characters, stories and events that can occur within it, since all of it is in your imagination.

HBO on the other hand has very real limitations in the form of time, money and manpower it can spend to make a good series. It is understandable if some of the fluff is cut from the story, and many times it’s even necessary to combine multiple characters into one, but are they doing it right?


It was a big blow to me when Lady Stoneheart was left out of season 4 as she was one of the most surprising and interesting things that happened in the third book. Her reveal gave me happy and sad at the same time, while also giving me some hope for the future.

But here’s the thing, since the book series isn’t finished yet, we have no idea what GRRM has in store for her character. Maybe she’ll do big things in the future which will have major consequences to the overall plot, or maybe she’ll do nothing or be killed, and her story will stop there. If it is the latter, then are we really missing a whole lot? I think not. While her reveal in the books was fantastic, I can understand if they cut her from the series because her story isn’t really all that important, the creators of the show do know the books end, after all.

The Greyjoys

iron throneThe Greyjoy brothers Euron, Victarion and Aeron also seem to be cut from the series, and this is a big disappointment for book fans since these characters are among some of the fan favorites, especially Victarion. As we know, Victarion is currently sailing to Meereen with a fleet of around 80 ships, to supposedly marry Daenerys and conquer Westeros together.

But what if the only reason for Victarion is to delivery ships to Dany? This is another case similar to the Stoneheart one, the show creaters know the ending to the books, so if they think the Greyjoys aren’t needed for a good ending, Daenerys will probably get her ships from somewhere else – saving them a lot of budget which they can use for something else.

Season 5 & Beyond

There are already many changes to season 5 that we know about, furthering the gap from the books to TV even more. Jaime Lannister, for instance, is not going to the Riverlands as he’s supposed to, instead he’s going to Dorne. This change probably has to do with removing Lady Stoneheart, since the last time we saw Jaime in the books he was on his way to her with Brienne.

Aegon and Jon Connington also appear to be left out of the story, though I’m not a hundred percent sure of this since the season hasn’t started yet, it’s safe to say that they have. Tyrion appears to be going straight to Meereen without much hassle in between and Varys’ motives seem to be less interesting than in the books since he flat out says he and Illyrio are supporting Dany.

To me, the books are canon and I will always prefer them to the TV series, but I’ll continue watching anyway as I still enjoy the show and avoiding spoilers would be nearly impossible, given the fact that the series will reach the end of the story before the books.