20 Best Mobile Games Ever
Besides all the great things that smartphones are doing for us, one of the best is that they are providing us with lots of fun! And mobile games are number one fun activity for so many of us. Mobile games give us an opportunity to conquer, to achieve, be the best at something, and to have an excellent time while doing it.
Because we all love mobile games so much, we decided to present you with 20 best mobile games ever:
1. Angry Birds (Android, iOS, Windows)
Angry Birds is a fun, crazy, slightly challenging game with impressive levels. As you probably know, the player’s goal is to destroy all the pigs on the field, using a slingshot to launch the birds. The game was published in 2009 for iOS users and in the next two years, Angry Birds have spread on all the other platforms.
2. Plants vs. Zombies (Android, iOS, Windows, BlackBerry)
Plants vs. Zombies is a fun game in which player, the house owner, must prevent zombies from entering his property, using plants. There is also a sequel – Plants vs. Zombies 2: It’s About Time. PopCap created these mobile games and made them available to different platform users.
3. Flight Control (Android, iOS, Windows)
This is a great, amusing game for soon-to-be pilots. The player is an air traffic controller which goal is to draw paths in the field to secure jets, small planes, and helicopters. Flight Control ends when two or more planes or helicopters collide. Even if there are a lot of mobile games with similar gameplay, we consider Flight Control to be the best of them. Firemint developed the game, while Namco published it in 2009.
4. Fruit Ninja (Android, iOS, Windows)
In Fruit Ninja, every player gets a blade to slice fruits with. All you need to do is swipe your finger across the touchscreen whenever new fruit appears. Halfbrick released the game in 2010, firstly for iOS and then for Android users. The market has received it very well – in September 2010, just four months since it’s release it had 3 million downloads.
5. Cut the Rope (Android, iOS)
Cut the Rope is a fun game in which player has to feed the green creature called Om Nom with candies (which hang on the ropes) while catching stars. Chillingo published this game in 2010, and ZeptoLab developed it.
6. Where’s My Water? (Android, iOS, Windows, BlackBerry)
This Disney game features a friendly alligator Swampy, which players have to supply with water. The game was released in September 2011, and just two years after Where’s My Water? 2 was out and in the open. Where’s My Water? mobile games provide a player with good fun, presenting them with different challenges on higher levels.
7. Temple Run (Android, iOS, Windows)
Temple Run is a running game in which player runs through ancient temples, collecting coins and powerups to find the golden idol. The game finishes after the player falls off the temple or gets eaten by crazy monkeys. Imangi Studios developed and then published Temple Run in 2011.
8. Clash of Clans (Android, iOS)
Clash of Clans is one of the most popular mobile games. It’s a strategy, mobile, multiplayer game in which one player attacks another with his troops, with the goal tp earn gold, elixirs, and Dark Elixir. Winning these goods builds the defense, protects players and trains troops for battle. Supercell developed and then published the game in 2012.
9. Candy Crush Saga (Android, iOS, Windows)
When it was first released Candy Crush Saga attracted attention from people of all ages and genders and became number one on all mobile games listings. Not only it is an enjoyable, comfortable and appealing-on-the-eyes game, but it also revolves around candies, which is always a good thing. The goal of the game is to match three or more candies. Developer and publisher King released Candy Crush Saga in 2012.
10. Football Manager (Android, iOS)
This game is a simulation of a football management. SEGA first released it for Windows and then, in December 2012, for Android and iOS. This is a great game for football lovers and enthusiast, with organized menus, easy call-to-action and football gaming experience on the go. It hasn’t drained player’s battery and has instant response. Tactics and strategies players apply are the one that can help improve the game and, in general, players have an important role.
11. Game Dev Story (Android, iOS)
As you can see from the title, this is a mobile game which simulates developing a game. The player follows a video game company and is trying to increase sales and to create success. A Japanese mobile games company, Kairosoft, created Game Dev Story, and it was released in 2013.
12. The Room (Android, iOS)
The Room is one of the most valued strategic and mentally challenging mobile games on the market. The primary goal is to open boxes which are locked with a number or with some mechanism. The player has to find a way to open it, and when he does, there is another box within. Fireproof Studios first developed the game for iOS in September 2013, and then, in March next year, for Android users.
13. Ridiculous Fishing (Android, iOS)
This is a fishing mobile game in which player motion and pressing the touchscreen catches the fish and then shoots the fish out in the sky for cash. Interesting concept with good reflex requirements. Vlambeer developed and then published the game in 2013.
14. Dots (Android, iOS)
Dots is a very simple game in which you have to connect as many multi-color dots as you can in just 60 seconds. The game consists of a white screen and colorful dots, which provides excellent contrast and still manages not to give you an eyesore. Playdots Inc. developed this game and since August 2013 it is available for both, Android and iOS, players. There is also a game sequel, called TwoDots, which Betaworkd published in 2014.
15. Hearthstone Heroes of Warcraft (Android, iOS)
And now is time for some card mobile games. Hearthstone is a card game, developed and published in 2014 by Blizzard Entertainment. The game consists of two opponents, with a deck of thirty cards. Every card has a superhero, with its health features. The goal is to destroy opponent’s health level. The game is exciting and offers many in-game prizes.
16. Clash of Kings (Android, iOS)
Clash of Kings is a strategy game, which Elex Wireless published in 2014. The player’s goal is to build an empire and conquer another. With military force, troops, castles, and headquarters this is a number one grossing game on Android platform right now.
17. 80 days (Android, iOS, Windows)
80 days is a game based on Verne’s novel Around the World in Eighty Days. The game follows the story of Passepartout, a servant of Mr. Phileas Fogg. This is one of those mobile games which is adventurous, fun and surprising. Inkle developed and published 80 days in 2014.
18. Threes! (Android, iOS, Windows)
This is a puzzle game, which Sirvo created and published in 2014. The player slides numbered buttons on a grid to combine addends. The player can swipe the screen up, down, left and right to move tiles on the grid.
19. Prune (Android, iOS, Windows)
Prune is a game about tree pruning. At first sight, it doesn’t seem amusing, but it is actually nothing like the games you played – by moving your finger upwards you sprout branches and then cut them, to allow the other parts to grow bigger. There is also some external factors, such as wind and sun, which effect tree’s growth. Joel McDonald developed the game in 2015.
20. Pokémon GO (Android, iOS, Windows)
Although this is a game that has only been released recently, in July 2016, it deserves to be on the best mobile games ever list due to its popularity. The goal of the game is “To catch them all!” (the pokémons, of course). The one thing that made this game stood out is its ability to use player’s GPS to locate, battle and catch those sweet, little creatures. Niantic developed and published the game.
So, which one of these mobile games is your favorite one? If we missed listing some of your top mobile games ever, please let us know and we’ll make sure to add it here 🙂
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