Top 7 Mobile Games of 2017

Mobile gaming is a bigger deal than ever before; we all play games on our phone, even people who would otherwise have no interesting gaming whatsoever. That says a lot about the standards and quality of the best modern mobile games. They seem to be improving and branching out in new directions all the time, and that’s something to be celebrated.

Caution : These games might Swallow Up More of Your Time Than You Expect


Mobile gaming is a bigger deal than ever before; we all play games on our phone, even people who would otherwise have no interesting gaming whatsoever. That says a lot about the standards and quality of the best modern mobile games. They seem to be improving and branching out in new directions all the time, and that’s something to be celebrated.

Here are some of the games that look simple on the surface but will in reality swallow up a lot more of your time that you expect. So if you’re not sure what to play next on your mobile device, read on and find out about some fantastic mobile games.

Lastronaut

In Lastronaut, you play as the last man on Earth who must bounce through the streets battling aliens. It’s a fast-moving game with graphics that are a throwback to the 8-bit era. If you like those kinds of simple and nostalgic games, this one is most definitely worth trying out. To their credit, the game’s developers made it a free to play game with no purchasable content pushed on you in the game, so it can be enjoyed by itself with no temptation to spend.

Two Dots

Two Dots is a game that’s been available for a few years now, but it’s still growing in popularity all the time. The simple gameplay and the increasing challenge and difficulty involve make it one of the most addictive gaming experiences you’ll find on any mobile device right now. It’s also a lot of fun, which is surely the thing that matters more than anything else. The overall design and aesthetic of the game is clean and minimalist, and it’s a joy to be behold.

Timberman

Playing a game as a lumberjack who doesn’t nothing other than chop away at trees might not sound like the most appealing gaming experience out there, but you have to try it out to understand how addictive it can be. It has an old school, arcade-style setup, and it keeps you coming back for more time after time after time. You won’t believe just how much fun you can get out of it until you’ve downloaded it and spent some time playing it yourself.

Free the Network

Endless runners are very common on mobile devices because of their simple nature. This one is certainly one of the best you can find on mobile stores at the moment and should definitely be tried by anyone who enjoys endless runners. You control a ball that’s rolling along and running into all kinds of hazards. The art design of the game couldn’t be simpler but it still manages to look great throughout. The path revolves and throws you in all kinds of directions and it gets very challenging pretty fast.

Final Fantasy XV

Any Final Fantasy fans out there should definitely play this game because it allows you to build an empire in Final Fantasy XV with all the fun that comes with that. Mobile games that are designed as spin-offs from bigger gaming franchises can be pretty hit and miss, but this one is certainly one of the better ones available at the moment. It’s a strategy game that grows and expands as you get further and further into the game. It’s one of those mobile games that keeps drawing you back in.

Mini Metro

Mini Metro has been available on PC for a while and now you can play it on your mobile device too. It’s a transport simulator, but you don’t see any actual trains or buses. Instead, you have to organise the routes in a city and make them function without any problems occurring. It might not sound like your kind of game on the face of it, but you should definitely give it a try because you’ll be surprised by what you find. It definitely keeps players hooked for a long time.

Alto’s Adventure

Physics games are pretty common on mobile devices but just because you’ve played plenty of them before, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t give this one a try as well. It has a lot going for it and it’s based on a snowboarding premise. The jumps increase in difficulty as you play the game more and you will certainly be impressed by the beautiful design of the game.

Most of these games are free, and the ones that aren’t a pretty cheap to buy. So the fact that you’re going to get so many hours of play time out of them just goes to show their value to you as a player.[right-post]
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