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NEW DELHI: Online gaming in India has witnessed a surge with the creation of multiple new games, gaming forums and so on.

The sector, which historically did not gain a foothold in India due to the lack of access to gaming consoles and PCs, and the low social acceptance of this entertainment medium, is now splendored with new games and consoles that garners attention among the online gaming community.

See the top five games that have established its presence in the gaming industry this season:

FIFA 14

The current year's progressions have refined FIFA significantly all the more making it feel like a stimulating and drawing. Changes in FIFA even more making it feel like an invigorating and engaging experience and one the best PC games. The volumetric lighting and focus blur effects are spectacularly convincing which make it more popular among people.

Bejeweled 3

Bejeweled 3 is a gold rush of new features and enhancements. Enjoy new objective-oriented modes, be it saving butterflies, digging for gold, shattering ice, or concealing a poker hand.

Rummy Passion

Launched in October 2016, one can play for free or choose to play cash game. Playing at Rummy Passion automatically enrols you to the Passion Rewards Club. The Loyalty Club is state of the art repertoire of exquisite rewards. It is divided into Silver, Gold, Platinum and Black Tiers. It gives a user ultimate experience of card games.

Traffic Rider

Traffic Racer this time, you are behind the wheels of a motorbike in a much more detailed gaming experience, but also retaining the old school fun and simplicity.

Traffic Rider takes the endless racing genre to a whole new level by adding a full career mode, first person view perspective, better graphics and real life recorded bike sounds. The essence of smooth arcade racing is still there but in the shell of the next generation.

Game of Thrones

Tell-tale Games' Game of Thrones parallels the HBO show, establishing some tenets that fans of the series have long since come to embrace. The realm of Westeros is cruel and harsh, and very little is sacred when nobility and madmen make a move for power. There is an obvious history and weight to the events leading up to this game that can be intimidating for newcomers, but the crux of the conflict is more centralised and concise.

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