If you ever find yourself sitting on your toilet with nothing to do or it’s raining outside and your Netflix expired, don’t stress I’ve got 10 games that I play daily on my phone which I think you should play too.
1. Mushroom Wars 2
There’s nothing like taking over a mini colony of mushrooms in this real-time strategy game. Pick a ‘hero’, lead your army and command them (in %) to the other player’s (2-5 usually) Mushroom “bases”. There are a variety of multiplayer modes with leagues, ranked matches and award system or single-player campaigns with customizable difficulty settings. Rated 5/5
2. Clash Royale
This game derives from “Clash of Clans“. It’s a tower rush video game. The game combines elements from collectible card games, tower defense, and multiplayer online battle arenas. Choose your deck and face off 1v1 or 2v2 matches. Rated 4/5
3. Pokémon GO
This is by far the most enjoyable augmented reality game on the market at this current time. “The game utilizes the player’s mobile device’s GPS ability to locate, capture, battle, and train virtual creatures, called Pokémon, which appear on the screen as if they were at the same real-world location as the player.” Rated 2/5
two opposing teams of three or five players fight to destroy the enemy base by controlling the path between the bases, which is lined by turrets and guarded by artificial intelligence controlled enemy characters/heroes. My Favorite ‘creature’ is KOSHKA (Pictured Above), If you’re playing a full 20 minute game make sure you hit up the jungle to accelerate her chances of successful attack. Rated 4/5
5. Crossy Road
Crossy Road is an arcade-style game which was developed around the concept of “why did the chicken cross the road?”. It’s quite simple, you are a character (which there is many of) and you cross roads of busy traffic and jump across rivers that chop and change ALL whilst the screen catches up to you and an eagle flies in and grabs you (signaling defeat). Collect coins every few feet (save up to buy characters). UNICORN is obviously my favorite. Rated 3/5
6. Piano Tiles
It’s simple, DON’T TOUCH THE WHITE TILES and you’ll be ok! We can all be a piano star (or at least sound like one for a day) Rated 3/5
7. CATS: Crash Arena Turbo Stars
In this 1V1 game, you battle to the ‘deaths’. Each Win get’s you prizes and those prizes usually mean you can upgrade your ‘attack’ “vehicle” which will ultimately end up with your opponent’s defeat. Rated 2/5
8. Robot Unicorn Attack: 2
You Get 3 wishes (3 lives) to complete tasks such as dash through stars or giants OR see how many blue dots you can collect. Thee blue dots are your currency to upgrade your unicorn and buy add-ons to boost your abilities. Rated 4/5
9. Happy Wheels
This Ragdoll physics-based game is Rated 4/5 in my book. Choose a character to complete your missions with. According to Wikipedia: ” the game features several player characters, who use different, sometimes atypical, vehicles to traverse the game’s many levels. The game is best known for its graphic violence and the amount of user-generated content its players produce on a regular basis.”
10. Gladiator Heroes
This is a strategy-centered game. Don’t think of it like GOT, think of it more like an arcade version of what we want GOT to be like (on 1/10 of the budget). Rated 1/5 which isn’t too impressive, BUT it does show promise with it’s up-to-date updates and games modes.
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