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Call of Duty: Mobile is the latest game on this list. We usually wait a while before adding a game, but Call of Duty: Mobile is so intensely popular with such a high rating that we added it more quickly than usual.
There is a surprising amount of stuff to do. It is a free to play game, but most of the in-game purchases are cosmetic items. You can find some more excellent FPS games here or some general shooting games here if you want more options.
Genshin Impact is an action RPG game with gacha mechanics. It received wide critical acclaim upon its release for its impressive visuals and excellent game play.
It looks and acts a bit like Zelda: Breath of the Wild, but nobody seems to really mind. The game does have a party system and you summon new characters through a gacha system similar to other gachas.
However, the visual elements, game play mechanics, and the completely open world complete with glider make the game feel a lot less restrictive than most in the genre.
Unless the developer messes this one up, it should remain excellent for a long time. Of course, there are other excellent gacha games here if you want to see more.
The game also boasts excellent graphics, excellent controls, hardware controller support, tons of content to play through, tons of cars to unlock, and a variety of racing styles.
You can find more great racing games including the popular Asphalt series here. GRIS is an adventure game with puzzle-platformer elements.
This is one of those ones you know is good just by looking at it. The game follows Gris, a young girl lost in her own world while dealing with the painful experiences in her life.
You simply explore the world, solve some puzzles, and enjoy. The game features almost no text and chooses instead to tell its story through visual elements instead.
You can find more outstanding adventure games here. Legends of Runeterra is one of the newer Android games on this list.
Players collect cards and heroes, then build decks from those cards and heroes. You then battle opponents online. I could pack my deck with vampires that bleed the enemy dry, or with insectoids that multiply and overrun the enemy.
Just by playing you unlock plenty of new cards, cosmetics, and fragments with which to craft other cards. Spending points at an unlock tree gives you more than enough currency to regularly buy card packs, and opening these will expand your deck quickly.
And as much as I previously moaned about the controls and UI, the Android port is solid, on the whole. You can find opponents quickly, cards pop with pleasing special effects as war drums sound in the background, and dragging cards onto the board feels completely natural.
I thought building a deck would be difficult on such a small screen, but Gwent uses what space it has effectively, giving you lots of information about your cards without ever feeling too cramped.
Gwent, for the moment, has usurped Hearthstone to become the best card game on the Google Play Store. Its unique ruleset puts card game beginners on an even footing with veterans, and the variety of factions, as well as the endless tactical possibilities within each faction, give you plenty to do without spending any money whatsoever.
The price might be free, but this is a properly premium Android game. This makes it an awesome introduction to programming, a fun game for programming types or just a standalone puzzle game for those who don't wish to take it further.
And, of course, there's a wonderfully sinister story that unfolds as the game progresses…. Fans of point-and-click adventures, hand-drawn graphics and artistically adventurous indie games, look no further.
Machinarium is a gorgeously rendered journey through an ominous universe where the answers to the puzzles presented aren't immediately obvious.
Leo's Fortune is visually stunning platform based game where you chase down a thief who stole your gold. Simply slide from left to right through the 24 puzzle-based levels.
This adventure game had CNET writers absolutely hooked. In the first half of , a free flash game on the web turned into a viral craze.
It was called and here's the thing: It was a clone of a much more thoughtful game released a month earlier called Threes!
The premise of Threes! Your base units are ones and twos, which you can push together to create a three. From there, you have to place matching numbers next to each other, then push them together to create a single, doubled number.
The idea is to get the number higher and higher, until you hit the highest number achievable in the game -- -- on a 4-by-4 grid.
It seems simple, but the gameplay has been very carefully balanced to provide a challenge and progression, capturing that elusive " Beholder deserves a place of honour alongside brilliant dystopian titles such as Replica , Papers, Please and This War of Mine.
As landlord over a block of apartments in a totalitarian state, you oversee the tenants -- quite literally your job is to spy on them for the government.
You can choose to play by the government's rules or covertly help the people under your care, but at great risk. Every action has consequences with high stakes and multiple endings to unlock.
Tinytouchtales' game Card Crawl combined a roguelike dungeon crawler with a solitaire-style card game.
As the eponymous thief, you need to learn how to make the most of shadows, take out foes, steal treasure and make your escape. It sounds simple, but it's a game of richness and depth that slowly unfolds into something beautiful.
Hocus is a game that takes a cue or two from Monument Valley, then moves in its own fascinating direction. It's pared the experience right back to a puzzle game based on Escher-style illusions.
Each level consists of an impossible shape, with a red block and a red hole. The aim is to move the block around the shape and get it into the hole, working with the odd twists in perspective.
There are no penalties, no timers and the result is a soothing series of puzzles. Asmodee Digital is building a solid little stable of board and card games ported to mobile.
Onirim is a single-player card game, but it's probably not like any other solitaire game you've ever played. You need to create streaks of cards to unlock door cards -- unlock the full complement of doors and you win the game.
However, there are nightmare cards in the deck that cost you cards and when your deck runs dry, it's game over, whether you have the doors or not.
If you're prepared to lose a lot and once you fully grok how it works it's utterly engrossing. It's Minecraft.
For your phone. Shouldn't be much of a hard sell for fans of Minecraft: This app is an easy way for fans to get their fix on stretches away from their computers.
If you've always wondered what all the fuss is about, on the other hand, Minecraft: Pocket Edition is a fairly low stakes way to check it out.
Chameleon Run brings a new twist to the autorunner. You leap across a series of platforms but you have to make sure the color of your little dude matches the color of the platform, or it's kersplat.
Tapping the right side of the screen changes the color, tapping the left lets you jump. It's simple, and the levels are short, but that's good because timing the jumps and the colors just right can get tricky -- and that's without even completing the level objectives.
Only one thing could make it better and that's an endless mode. What do you get if you take Jetpack Joyride, mix it with VVVVV, give it a fabulous sci-fi makeover, pare it down to just two buttons and make it punishingly twitchy?
RunGunJumpGun wears its influences proudly, but it brings something new. The tech you use to "fly" is your gun, and you need to make split-second decisions: When to use it to fly and when to use it to blast through obstacles.
And there's no time to weigh your options. It's a wonderfully balanced, tremendously fun game to play. This one is quite a bit more involved than some of the other games here, but it's a great survival game that challenges you to start with nothing, then slowly uncover the secrets of a land inhabited by dinosaurs.
You'll learn how to build a fire for warmth, how to hunt for food and eventually craft weapons and clothing to increase your chances of survival.
A deep, tiered crafting system lets you work your way up to better clothing and weapons, and you can build more advanced structures to try to stay alive amidst dangers from the elements, dinosaurs and more.
In the game Hole. Drag your finger to move the hole around a city scene as you consume everyday objects like garbage cans and cars, slowly growing to eat larger and larger items.
As two minutes ticks off the clock, you'll go from humans to cars to eventually swallowing entire buildings. All you need to do is drag the hole around the map to dominate.
The bigger the items you suck up, the more points you get and the larger your hole will become. Get the most points and you win the game.
If skateboarding is your jam, or you wish it was, Flip Skater makes it easy to shred on a halfpipe.
While skating in real life is complicated, with this game you only need to touch and hold on the screen to start your skater rotating as you leave the halfpipe, then let go as you drop back in to align your board for a clean landing.
As you progress and earn coins, you'll be able to choose from a few different skaters, boards and several different locations, from Miami Beach to Lake Baikal.
You'll also unlock new tricks such as tail grabs and method airs which you can activate with on screen buttons.
While it's not a complicated game, Flip Skater is perfect for those times you want to get in, play some games and get out.
This mobile roguelike game harkens back to the days of pixelated adventure games of yore, but with a modern twist.
It's fast paced and has procedurally generated dungeon levels that make the game different each time you play.
And like other roguelike games, when you die, you're dead and you have to start all over again from the beginning.
There are six character classes to choose from, each with their own special abilities, strengths and weaknesses.
As you wander through the dungeon, you battle tons of different monsters, solve puzzles and explore the area for secret rooms that might contain better items for your character.
Another great feature is that you can play Wayward Souls without being connected to the internet, giving you a great game to play without using data.
This player vs. It harkens back to old build and attack games, but with the cool feature of being able to strategize against real people online.
The object of the game is to build units and capture a missile silo while your online opponent does the same. Fully capturing a silo launches a missile at your opponent's base.
Once you blow the base up, you win the game. After a win, you collect credits and can unlock new equipment to make your military force stronger for the next opponent.
The graphics are not as good as other top-tier mobile games, but, it really doesn't take away from the fun. The simplicity of the streamlined head-to-head gameplay allows players to concentrate on their next move in the battle, giving the game a more cerebral feel.
Perhaps best of all is you can play a game in a relatively short amount of time, making it great for a quick game while you're on the go. Helix Jump by Voodoo is a tactile puzzle game that's incredibly deceptive in its simplicity.
The goal is to bounce a ball down a labyrinth by falling strategically through the cracks on each level without falling on a red zone.
Sounds easy, right? Not so fast. With the fun frustration that came with tap and drag games like Flappy Birds and many others since, Helix Jump will have you screaming at the screen, then coming back for "just one more.
Terraria on mobile stays true to the original adventure game on PC and consoles with the same charming graphics, same enormous worlds to explore and same complex crafting system.
The randomly generated world means every time you start anew it will be a different experience and will take you hours of gameplay to discover all the map's secrets.
Based heavily on Minecraft, Terraria has since had numerous updates with countless additions to the original core gameplay and the mobile version has all the same features.