Best Games to Play on Your New iPhone or Android Phone

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Fortunately for most gamers, modern day games are accessible to both iOS and Android users, so you don’t have to worry too much about finding the best games to play on your smartphone.

That said, it has also become increasingly much easier to develop your own game, which has resulted in a flurry of activity in the gaming scene, giving gamers plenty of options to choose from. With smartphones becoming more powerful, the focus has shifted from cutting edge gaming rigs and a real relax chair to smartphone gaming through and through.

So what is the best game you can play on your new iPhone or Android device? Here is a list of options you can choose from.

Fortnight

Fortnight always comes in the first place, as it has over the years become the worlds’ most sought after mobile, PC and console game. It’s a free game with only one instruction – all you have to do is survive! Literally, anyone who is into intense gaming is playing it.  It has several angles, you can build a fort and protect human survivors from the insurgent zombies, and you can go into stocking supplies and ammo as you try to ensure your survival. Fortnight is giving all the highly rated games a total run for their money, and with good reason!

Civilization VI

Second, on the list is the latest in the Civilization franchise. Like its previous versions, Civilization VI keeps you locked onto your 6” phone screen with its great, complex plot. This is a strategy set that has been the selling point of the civilization series, and several plot twists that will definitely give you goose pimples. Whether you’re on iPhone or Android, Civilization VI comes highly recommended.

The Banner Saga

Another feature-rich smartphone game that ought to be on your radar is the Banner Saga. This nifty game gives you all the same perks and rich experience you commonly get from consoles and PCs, and you get to play around with some cool characters, all with different skills. Be warned though, this game requires a lot of tactical prowess, so you need to put a lot of thought into your next move before you make it.

Granted, the whole post-apocalyptic zombie vibe has become a bit cliché, but with centaurs and dregs, what’s not to like about the Banner saga? You should definitely give it a try.

80 days

If you have a soft spot for the complex plots and twists, then 80 days will tickle your fancy, without a doubt. Based on “Around the world in 80 days” by Jules Verne, this thrilling journey will take you through London, Paris, and another metropolis as you try to circumnavigate the world with rather limited resources.

The thrill of trying not to run out of funds, the decision making processes that affect every aspect of the game are all guaranteed to keep you on your toes!

What makes the game so intense is the fact that each time you make a decision, it ultimately influences the path, which means at no point will you have the same experience.

Pokemon Go

It may only be 3 years old, but Pokemon Go has been rumored as one of the most successful launches in gaming history. It does have its shortcomings of course, and it may not be quite as popular as FPS games like PUGB, but, Pokemon GO gives you valuable experience in terms of great quests. The improved 2019 version now has most of the key features that lacked in the previous versions, which makes the game that more intriguing.

Bottom Line

There are lots of other games you can play on your smartphone out there, it all depends on what you’re into. One thing is for sure, the mobile gaming industry is evolving at a rate that is giving PCs and consoles some serious competition.

Written by Shashank Jain

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