Mobile games have gained momentum in the past few years. Thanks to smartphones getting more powerful than ever, they can now handle games much better than before. If you like the idea of playing anywhere using your smartphone, then I bet that you are usually in Google Play or in the App Store looking for the next title to play.
Every month some titles rise above the rest. It might be some action-packed game or some strategic title to keep you occupied, but the important thing is, it should be fun, engaging, and keeps you coming back for more. If you are still scrounging the store for your next download, then you’ve come to the right place. Here I’ve listed the Top 5 Mobile Games to play in November 2019!
Call of Duty Mobile
If you love the Call of Duty series, then you will surely love the mobile version as well. While sneaking a few games during your lunchtime, you can revisit maps like Nuketown and Crash, which are, of course, all optimized for mobile gaming. Fortunately, it is not far from the feel of PC and console’s Call of Duty, which is pretty cool.
You can play different game modes that are sure to get you all hyped up even when you are stuck in traffic. The 5v5 matches are pretty short compared to standard online matches, but this is not a bad thing. This is especially beneficial during quick matches while killing time. After all, this is a game designed for shorter sessions. Like other COD titles, you can customize your weapons in this mobile version, as well. One of the best FPS titles on my smartphone during my daily commute? Count me in!
If you love RTS games then Red Reign has got you covered. This game will keep you occupied as you chop wood for stockade upgrades and mine gold so you can recruit more troops to attack your enemies. You can also capture resource production buildings while you’re at it.
Once you send out your troops to attack, they are out of your control. That is why it is crucial that you have enough gold to recruit defenders. Because if you don’t, you will be helpless against a counterattack. The game is pretty simple, but still needs a good strategy to win. If you grew up with games like Command and Conquer and Red Alert, then you are sure to love Red Reign.
This game stemmed from the critically acclaimed Onmyoji Series. Onmyoji Chess is a turn-based strategy chess game that is produced by NetEase Games. Faithful to the rest of the games in the franchise, Onmyoji Chess retains the exquisite Japanese art style. This is nice considering that the art style is one of its main selling points.
The game style still heavily relied on the Onmyoji lore. As you will use Shikigami with unique abilities. Players will enter a dream-like world where the Shikigami are transformed into tiles and will fight under your command. A total of eight players is needed to start a match. To win, you need to combine strategy alongside your Shikigami lineup. This game is pretty fun, especially if you love chess-like games. Those who wants to get challenged and pit their strategy against other players, will surely love this game.
Dread Nautical is a roguelike turn-based game. The game is set in the 1930s, aboard an ominous, zombie-infested cruise liner. At the start of the game, you will choose one of four survivors. You then get to spend action points to move, collect items, and attack. Depending on your makeshift weapon, you can either choose to go melee or ranged.
As you explore the ship, it will gradually open new areas as you progress through the game. You will then encounter and recruit fellow survivors. But make sure that you carefully choose conversation choices as their cooperation will depend on your relationship with them.
Over the course of the game, you must scavenge bandages to restore health and gather food to feed the survivors at the end of every run. There’s an amazing voice-acting, loads of enemies to kill, and enjoyable boss fights.
Even before the release of Second Galaxy, the hype around this space MMORPG is real. After all, it allows you to roam around a universe that is full of space pirates, ship combat, and the liberty to make tons of upgrades.
You play as some badass sci-fi police officer that has vowed to rid the universe of space pirates. As the game progresses, you will get promoted to a more badass character like sci-fi FBI and will proceed to team up with your father’s ex-partner. Though this is not a revolutionary storyline, perse, I will still give my props to the writing team as it is rather engaging. Overall, Second Galaxy is a fantastic space-faring MMORPG that will appeal to sci-fi lovers out there. The combat systems and upgrades are pretty neat too.
Mobile gaming is gaining momentum, and we gamers are not complaining. After all, playing using our smartphones anytime anywhere is too good of a good deal to pass. However, since there is no shortage of mobile games, not everything is worth checking out.
How about you? Did we miss any games that you are playing right now? Tell us more about them in the comments, help a fellow gamer, and recommend an amazing game title!