What are your favourite mobile games?

Discussion in 'Mobile' started by Anatares, Sep 20, 2015.

  1. Anatares

    Anatares New Member Registered

    Hello everyone! So, what are your favourite mobile games at the moment? Personally, I'm caught between Godville (Available on Google Play & the Apple app store, completely free) and Fallout Shelter (Also free, and on both app stores).

    For some context, Godville is a zero player game, in that you have a hero that's free-willed (At least, as far as a random text generator can get) and you can only subtly influence his or her actions through Godvoice commands, Encourage, and Punish. It's like sending Cleverbot on quests. They fight bosses, dig for treasure, and try fruitlessly to pick up dates at the bar. It's actually pretty hilarious at times the antics they can get up to.

    If you haven't tried Fallout Shelter and enjoy the Fallout series, I highly recommend you give Fallout Shelter a try. The premise is that you are the overseer for a vault, so it's a post-apocalyptic sims in the Fallout style. It's made by Bethesda (Not outsourced to some mystery app developer) so the quality for a mobile game is fantastic, art- and environment-wise. Try wearing a pair of headphones on the loading screens or in-game, you'll probably be immersed just from what you hear.

    As an added bonus, there might be some benefit to playing Fallout Shelter to those of you who are interested in playing Fallout 4 ;)
     
  2. MisterRay97

    MisterRay97 Member Registered

    I like Real Racing 3 and Asphalt 8 on Android. Real Racing 3 can also match up with the quality of PC and console racing games. And, it's free! It has some in-app purchases though, but spending real money isn't that necessary to win. I also like Cut the Rope games and Brain Dots. Both of them are casual puzzle games. I currently play Cut the Rope 2 a lot. :D

    I've never played any Fallout game, so I'm not sure if I'd like Fallout Shelter.
     
  3. pwarbi

    pwarbi Member Registered

    When it comes to mobile games I'm not really a big fan to be honest but I'm glad someone as mentioned real racer because that is a quality game to be honest. The developer as got that game just right in all departments and is definitely a game I'd recommend you give a go.
     
  4. MandyMarieB

    MandyMarieB Member Registered

    The ones I play daily are Jurassic World, Yahtzee With Friends, Monopoly Bingo and the Disney Free Fall games. I used to play Farmville and Spongebob Moves In, but got tired of them.

    Also played the Arkham Underground Beta, but that disappeared never to be heard from again...
     
  5. mtayp01

    mtayp01 New Member Registered

    2048 and Twenty are really addicting! You just click on a couple of tiles with numbers on them, try to beat the clock and use your gaming skills (a bit) and you're good to go. Both of these games might seem a bit simple on the surface, but after a few minutes of playing, you wouldn't want to stop until you beat them. I recommend this for days where your smartphone is your only companion and you have a few minutes to an hour to spare.
     
  6. Ashwin Mahesh

    Ashwin Mahesh New Member Registered

    Big fan of FIFA here and I play it on my iPad mini. The size of the tablet is just right, nor is it too small like a smartphone neither is it as big as an iPad. FIFA 15 has been an incredible experience, the stadiums are so close in depiction to the original ones with the fans chanting songs and even the commentary is so dynamic. I am hoping FIFA 16 once it comes out will have an even better experience, I can not wait for it to be released.
     
  7. Sissi6

    Sissi6 New Member Registered

    My favourite mobile game would be Cookie Run! I've been playing it daily for a few months now, I never thought I would get addicted to a game like this.
    Basically all you do in the game is run and jump through the levels and get as many points as you can, but it's way more fun than it sounds! It features a lot of adorable cookies and pets to unlock and play with. It does have a microtransaction system, but it very well thought out in my opinion, since it's not annoying, and there are a LOT of ways to get the paid currency for free! Everything wrapped in very nice visuals and music.
    All in all, I love this game and recommend it to anybody who likes runners and/or platformers!
     
  8. Ashwin Mahesh

    Ashwin Mahesh New Member Registered

    And I forgot to mention Candy Crush Saga, it is not a game that I like but it is definitely addictive. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone in case they get addicted to it too.
     
  9. healzzz

    healzzz New Member Registered

    I love Pokemini! It's so much fun, I love dressing up my avatar. I also really like Love Live! School Idol Project and other rhythm games. Puzzle games are fun, too.
     
  10. SharaElyse

    SharaElyse New Member Registered

    I love Frozen Free Fall! If you don't know what it is, it's a mobile game like Candy Crush. With my eye issues, I was unable to play Candy Crush since I couldn't tell which squares were the jelly ones opposed to the regular squares. My mom told me about Frozen Free Fall and I gave it a try. I was impressed to see that I had no issues seeing any of it! It's a fun and sparkly game which I love.
     
  11. mooray

    mooray Member Registered

    Temple Run 2. I just can't get enough of it especially when I am busy in the bathroom.
     
  12. dillinger10

    dillinger10 Member Registered

    The most recent mobile game that I bought and have become addicted to is International Cricket Captain 2015. This works surprisingly well as a mobile game. I had my doubts that a game that is this intensive and requires an extensive use of menus and sliders would be a pain free experience but lo and behold it is.

    My all time favorite mobile game remains Soccer Manager 2015. I have invested more hours than I can count playing this on the go. Much like ICC 2015, Soccer Manager performs just as well on the mobile platform as it does on the PC.
     
  13. lastpage

    lastpage Member Registered

    I downloaded Fallout Shelter a couple of weeks ago and got so incredibly addicted. I love the Fallout series. It reminds me of Sims in that you have to constantly check up on how your people are doing in their vaults. It's purposely designed that way obviously. But I couldn't put my phone down. I ended up breaking my phone at work and having to get a replacement so I haven't downloaded it again and probably shouldn't because it takes up a lot of my time. But other than that, I haven't really looked into any other games. I played Bejeweled a lot when I didn't have internet because it was already on my phone and it was addicting as well. I probably won't look into installing any games very soon because it takes up too much of my time away from things I should actually be doing. :)
     
  14. BluBird

    BluBird Member Registered

    Heroes and Castles.

    This game is so great. It made me look at mobile games in a completely different light. For me it is basically a console game on your phone. Loved it so much I bought the first gen iPad mini because playing it on my iPhone was just too small. Can't wait for H&C 2.
     

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