Top Games for Android and iOS 2018
Top OFFLINE Games for Android and iOS 2018
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Smartphones are the pocket computers that we used to dream of back in the 90s and early 00s. Not only are they great for browsing the Internet, chatting, and emailing on the go, but they can run a game pretty well on their own.
And games there are! Tons and tons of titles come out for both iOS and Android every day. Some are paid, but a lot are free. And, with that many games that don’t need your cash up front, how can you resist?
But, as we mentioned — there are tons of those. Just the thought of sifting through them is daunting. So, we did it for you.
We came up with a list of 20 free games for Android that are relatively new and you probably missed some of them. Of course, these 20 probably don’t deplete the full list of “best” games you can try. If a cool, free game comes to mind while you are reading our list — feel free to share it in the comments for other readers to enjoy!
An arcade platformer / puzzler that will test your twitch reflexes as you help two sisters traverse mystical mazes with various traps. Basically, you’ve got the two sisters running in a straight line. It’s your job to make them jump or switch places when they need to pass color-coded energy fields. Its unique art style and setting reminds us of Badland and Limbo, both of which are great games in their own right.
Shadow Fight 3
The third game in a series about fighting shadow figures is now… less shadowy. That’s right, your character actually has colorful clothes and a face now!
Shadow Fight is a very smooth fighting game, developed specifically for mobile and with touch screen in mind. So, it’s much less painful to actually try and be good at it. On the contrary, a lot of people out there are addicted to their Shadow Fighting.
You’ve got a lengthy single player story to go through, but also multiplayer duels to fight. Of course, the game is all about collecting gear and decking out your hero, either by grinding or by paying for premium chests.
Just as the title says, this game has you sitting in cover… and firing at the bad dudes. It’s not as boring as it sounds, though — the gun play feels pretty solid, the setting and animations are satisfying to observe, and there’s an actual story to play through.
Space Marshals 2
A top-down shoot ’em up that’s also a stealth game, but also a tactical shooter on top of that. Yeah, it’s a great mashup letting you enjoy your time with the game as you see fit. It’s challenging and satisfying to play, supports gamepad, and the full story mode is free. We are a bit sad there’s no multiplayer, so here’s hoping for Space Marshals 3!
After being copied countless of times, THE battle royale game that started this whole craze finally made it to iOS and mobile. Well… it’s actually a copy of PUBG made by sub-contractor Tencent, but at least it has the original creator’s stamp of approval.
It plays like a pretty well-designed 3rd person shooter, with two fire buttons for each of your thumbs, making it easier to shoot and move in different situations.
Probably the best Counter Strike-like shooter for phone you can find right now. Not only is the resemblance to CS:GO uncanny, the game runs super-smooth and the touch controls have been set up in a way to make it a bit less painful to play this FPS without a controller. It’s a free download and we really suggest you check it out!
A side-scrolling beat ’em up with easy, one-touch controls. It also supports co-op multiplayer so you can kick pixels together with your friends. Great arcade game to burn time with!
South Park: Phone Destroyer
The first official South Park game on mobiles is a mix between a real-time strategy and a collectible-card game, which brings out the best of both genres in a humor-infused gem that brings a fresh new take on the South Park universe. Similarly to the PC/console games in the South Park franchise (The Stick of Truth and the Fractured But Whole), you will play as the New Kid or “Douchebag”, as Eric Cartman loves to refer to the protagonist of the games. The gameplay, albeit unique of its own, has the same premise as multiple other CCG games and requires you to deplete the enemy’s health pool in order to emerge victorious in the unforgiving PVP multiplayer battles.
Iron Blade: Monster Hunter RPG
Gameloft’s epic hack’n’slash RPG is a great representative of the genre which, of course, has you fighting against hordes of fantasy baddies in medieval Europe. Seriously, where are developers fighting so many goons for you to transfer into XP points? Boggles the mind. Anyway, Iron Blade will have you forge your own weapons, master various powerful skills, and, generally, have a great time.
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp
The classic Nintendo 64 title has recently graced mobile devices, and for gamers that live and breathe Nintendo, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is a must-have. Just like in the original game, you take on the role of campsite manager and spend time with your favorite anthropomorphic pals. Definitely a great time-waster!
Dungeon Hunter 5 — Action RPG
An epic top-down deamon slasher that has all the key elements: a wide variety of ugly demons to kill, tons of items to farm and grind for, and multiplayer co-op, so that you can do the aforementioned with friends. There’s also a PVP mode for the competitive ones out there, but it’s all about raiding each other’s strongholds, not actual one on one battles.
Arena of Valor
Tencent’s own take on the MOBA formula is a pretty good one. Unlike some other mobile MOBAs, which try to focus on smaller skirmishes, this one goes all out 5v5, but the matches are still fast-paced rushes of chaos and destruction. After all, a mobile game can’t afford to have 40-minute-rounds.
Currently, there are 40 heroes, including a number of recognizable DC heroes and villains. The roster is still growing.
A really addicting arcade game where you control a mini dragon in its quest for gold. You use your left thumb to launch the dragon around and the right thumb to aim fireballs at various enemies. Each time you prepare for a shot, time slows down, allowing you to aim better and making you feel like a bad… Samuel Jackson in the process. Great time-burner!
Stranger Things: The Game
A retro-styled RPG adventure based on the popular Netflix show Stranger Things… which itself is a retro-styled adventure, taking place in 1984. Yep, this is meta.
Last Day on Earth: Survival
A top-down zombie survival with elements of crafting and building. Despite the cliche that this genre has become, it’s a well-made game with solid controls and animations. You establish a base camp and go out into unknown territory to fight the wilderness, salvage materials, and upgrade your hero and your keep. There’s also multiplayer both in the form of co-op and PvP.
Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery
An adventure set in the universe of… well, Harry Potter. You customize your own character who is selected to become a pupil of the School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. From then on, it’s an RPG adventure with a story about unraveling a mysterious secret.
An endless runner-type game set in the Sonic universe. You can play this one in competitive multiplayer where your goal is to win the race, collect as many rings as you can, and possibly push some of your adversaries into obstacles and ruin their day. If that’s a bit too close and personal for you, there’s also an arsenal of mines, fireballs, and other wacky stuff to throw at your foes. Who doesn’t love that?
Destiny Warfare: Sci-Fi FPS
This shooter has a very Titanfall-esque feel about it, both in setting and aesthetics. As far as controls go, it is very, very smooth on our Galaxy Note 8. The game, unfortunately, has an “auto fire” option, which you can disable if you feel hardcore enough. There’s also an aim-assist to help you out, since we all know touch ain’t great, and it’s pretty smooth, instead of snapping you on to target.
Killing foes takes an eternity, which is also a good thing when you are on the receiving end of the bullet spray. But we have a hunch that the low damage is also there to promote gun upgrades via the in-game currency. Oh, well.
It’s an OK FPS to burn some minutes with.
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