When you are on the move and want to entertain yourself, the mobile phone comes in handy. It lets you watch videos, listen to music, and, most importantly, enables you to play video games. Gone are the days when mobile gaming meant 8-bit games with no plot whatsoever. Today, the mobile gaming industry has become quite relevant when it comes to video games. Now, you can find lots of games on mobile app stores, and they might be available for free or for a price. Most of the time, the premium ones are ignored, but they often contain some of the best and most addictive games on the mobile platform. Here are some of those games which you might want to try if you haven’t played them yet.
#1 The Room series
It is one of the most popular game franchise in mobile gaming. To date, we have got three entries in this franchise. The objective of the game is quite simple. You are trapped in a room and need to solve 3D puzzles laid down by a craftsman shrouded in mystery. lIn order to escape, you need to use your brain to the max. It might not sound fun while reading, but once you play it. You would understand why it is so popular.
You can get The Room from the different stores starting at $1.
#2 GTA titles
What a world we live in? Twenty years ago, who would have thought that playing games like GTA San Andreas and Vice City would be possible on a hand-held console, let alone a smartphone. But today, most of the mobile phones can make you feel the nostalgia as you run around Los Santos or Vice city, creating havoc while on the move. At the time of writing, the following GTA titles are available on the app stores. GTA Vice City, GTA San Andreas, GTA III, GTA Liberty City Stories, and GTA Chinatown Wars.
#3 Mini Metro
Mini Metro is one of the best puzzle games on the mobile. Your objective is to lay down the Metro route for a city as the Metro service expands. The game features brilliant background music, and its tempo rises as the game becomes more difficult, giving you a sense of urgency. The game is pretty simple to learn and addictive, and you won’t believe how fast the time passes while you are engrossed in this gem of a game.
It can be bought from the app stores for $1.
#4 Rollercoaster Tycoon Classic
Rollercoaster Tycoon was one of the best games released by Atari. It makes you the owner of a park, and you need to manage it, maintain it, and fill it with new attractions. This version is a direct port of the 90s PC game and has no ridiculous card collecting system found in the Rollercoaster Tycoon touch. The game comes with around 100 different challenges and the only in-game purchases that will ever bother you are the expansions packs.
The game costs around $6, and if you are a fan of the Rollercoaster Tycoon series, then you won’t regret spending that sum.
#5 Stardew Valley
Stardew Valley is one of the most popular indie games released in recent times. The game combines RPG elements with a farming simulator in 16-bit graphics. You are allowed to create and develop a character and farm with it.
The story is set in a fictional Pelican town where you have arrived recently to take over your family farm. But the town has a lot to offer than just farming as you set on a journey. Apart from farming, you could go on a fishing trip meet with the townspeople and even become a monster fighting hero by slaying the demons dwelling in the caves.
It is a great game, and you should definitely give it a try if you haven’t. The game can be purchased from the app stores for $7.99
Apart from these, there are a lot many games available on the market. They aim at providing an experience instead of taking your money. It would be best if you gave them a try sometime.