Given that mobile phones have been improving at a great rate lately and people can now use them for almost any task, it’s only natural to also have great games for mobiles. After all, who doesn’t like to lay back and try to relieve the stress at the end of a long day by enjoying some gaming on mobile?
Without further ado, let’s see some of the best mobile games of this year.
This is a good game for users who find snowboarding at high speed a relaxing activity, especially because they get to enjoy mesmerizing mountain scenery while sliding down the alpine hills on the board.
With simple one-touch controls, gamers get to help Alto complete his journey across the mountains while also performing multiple backflips.
Arguably one of the best puzzle series not only on mobile, but on any platform, Fireproof’s The Room now has a third installment out called Old Sins. And while the format has remained unchanged, the series has definitely grown in complexity with each new game and has become quite challenging.
In Old Sins, you have to explore a quite scary doll’s house and solve a series of puzzles in order to progress and uncover a new piece of the story. The details in the game are amazing and it’s oddly satisfying to put together the mysterious objects.
For all shooter fans out there, there is a great mobile game they can enjoy on their phones: PlayerUnknown Battlegrounds, or PUBG for short. This is a free mobile game where you find yourself parachuted on an island with 99 other players and have to do your best to survive till the end by looting buildings and fighting the others. It can be played solo or in groups of four players.
Fans of the classic PC game will be happy to learn there are now mobile ports of the simulation titles. Just like in the original title, players will build amusement parks and make sure they thrive by bringing people in, entertaining them and thus making money. In some aspects, it’s a game that combines the best elements of Minecraft, The Sims and Pokemon.
Hero Hunters is a third-person shooter in which gamers face raiders and bandits in a post-apocalyptic environment. It has both a single player element and a cooperative mode for those who like to put in a team effort, and it’s quite an addictive game with more than 50 heroes to recruit and build a powerful squad to go hunting with.
Developed by Three Minute Games, Lifeline is a text-based adventure game with high stakes for the player as they have to guide main character Taylor through texts and their decisions could result in getting the protagonist killed.