Discover the Bitmob community’s top-ranked games with unikGamer

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Ever wonder what the world's favorite video game would be? So did new website unikGamer. And they're here to help us find out.

Here's how it works: Once you create an account, you're prompted to rank your top 25 games of all time. As you type each title, it appears in a sidebar on your left. A simple drag-and-drop interface lets you rearrange your list at will. Your top-ranked game gets 25 points, 24 for the second, and so on.

Once your list is set, you can see how it stacks up with the rest of unikGamer's users. The site takes all those points from each member's list and adds them up to create an overall ranking. As you can see in the screenshot above, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time currently occupies that top slot.

What we're curious about is which game Bitmob community members would choose as the greatest of all time. Read on to see how you can cast your vote…and to see which titles Bitmob staff members have selected as the best ever.


1. Create a profile on and make your Top 25 list.

2. Go to Bitmob's profile page and click "Become a Fan."

That's it! Your choices will now be part of our community list, which you can view on the right side of our profile page under "VIPs & Fans Top 100."

Bitmob's page on unikGamer

Several Bitmob staffers have selected their favorites, too. Here's our aggregate top 10 list:

10. Portal

9. Castlevania: Symphony of the Night

8. Super Mario Bros. 3

7. Ico

6. Chrono Trigger

5. BioShock

4. Super Metroid

3. Super Mario World

2. Final Fantasy 6

1. Shadow of the Colossus

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