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Games you should put into your Smartphone

Updated on July 17, 2016

Need for speed Most Wanted

The Most Wanted as a smartphone version gets a lot in it with a variety of cars, plenty of customization, a great feeling of speed, and some of the best graphics in a racing game till now. Lighting is appropriate with a tinge of particle effects in the form of sparks and a bit of dust. Reflections are particularly well embedded. And the most amazingly done is the calibration of sound effects, the soundtrack is wisely chosen, with some high-octane tunes mingling throughout the races.

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons

The most appealing part of the game is its storyline that collects the critical a lot of appraisals of the crowd. The game also features some friendly persona, alluring graphics and the best part is its delightful puzzles that require a level of intelligence. Although there were concerns as to how to cast all this over to the small screen, the developer put all the efforts and come up with a amazing plot that works magnificently on touch screens and employs the brilliant use of two joysticks, and the best thing is that they preserve everything that was superior about the game.

Angry Birds 2

Angry birds had started becoming boredom with all its drop outs until the release of Angry Birds 2, Rovio managed to bring out a fun promising descendant to the original which brings the gamers back to the franchise. However, the basic idea is of course is the same including some birds that can’t fly against the egg stealing rivals. The multiplayer game-play is improved with ongoing tournaments where you can challenge the players across the world.

Alto's Adventure

The theme suggests that, Alto's Adventure will most definitely be categorized as an action game, but there is something very calm and composed about this game. The peaceful graphics and the harmonious background music altogether makes this a very relaxing game even when you're trying to score some tricky jumps, issue that perfect grind, or trying to outrun the mountain elders. Alto's Adventure is subtle, serene, and calm while delivering plenty of thrills and mountainous snowboarding.

Clash of clans

Clash of Clans is relatively a simple game, but that’s doesn’t means it’s easy to hold on. It’s elementary enough to provide easy to win, painless battles in a lazy moment, and there are sufficient different units to fight from in the game play to make the battles apt for rewards. The start is with a small village-like place with a few buildings, and a tiny army. The aim is to work to make them bigger and better to survive in a world full of goblins and other clans. The best segment which makes it better than other similar strategy game is the option to fight against NPC goblins than just relying on the player vs. player battle.

Lara Croft Go

Adding classic Tomb Raider style action and adventure to the fanciful board-game style game play mechanic which is last year's runner up Hitman Go, you have the recipe of a winner. The game makers nicely combined puzzle and action/adventure gameplay styles with eye catching art design and a lot of replay value. The game also has plenty of inclination towards older Tomb Raider games, which is always a good perspective. The game is thoroughly enjoyable that does justice to the reputation of the franchise in its own way.

Marvel Future Fight

Marvel Future Fight is a very tempting and immediately engaging addition to the Marvel gaming universe. The story-line starts with the Black Widow, Captain America and Iron Man, who are on a hunt to assemble a company of mightiest heroes capable of saving the world from a future trans-dimensional threat.

There's a choice of control styles – 1-touch or Pad – and you rush around short levels, beating some surprised villains until you reach a boss. Once you've unlocked more characters, you can swap them in and out of your triplex and choose between them at any time throughout a level.

Pokémon Go


The Pokémon Company hits the smart phone platform with the release of Pokémon Go which is a location based mobile game. Niantic Inc is behind the Go’s reality infrastructure. The streets of the real world are the playground for wild Pokémons by using the player’s smart phone camera and GPS signal. The game does require a lot of walking around. Pokémon Go is not just smart phone boredom; it is entirely a different glimpse at the world around you.

FIFA 16 Ultimate Team

FIFA 16 Ultimate Team feels did it like the last year with smooth head to head matches but you do need a smooth internet connection to enjoy the popular online season. There includes a new Player Exchange system which is a kind of gambling to swap unwanted players or items in order to get the better ones. But the franchise still needs to do something revolutionary to conquer the not so soccer fans as it plays quite safe this time

Mortal Kombat X

Mortal Kombat X has taken its peculiar fighting series to that of tournament-level battlefield with the evolution of its fighting system. Player has to consider a lot more because of new included features like a stamina meter and variation in fighting style. Gruesome attacks with some supernatural effects are the best to watch out. mortal Kombat X stand up with all new gameplay which holds the pictorial presentation delivering the most brutal Kombat experience ever.

Vainglory

Vainglory is a very delightful game but it is more action-packed version of a real-time strategy game where everyone is represented as a single unit. Vainglory starts with selecting a hero and then you have to gain abilities that are used during the battles. The characters are nicely designed collaborated with fast paced controls. There are various side quest in the way but the main thing is engaging with the opposing force around a multiple lane map which enables you to strengthen your abilities during the pursuit of diminishing the enemy forces.

Asphalt 8:Airborne

Asphalt 8: Airborne takes the popular arcade style racing to a whole new level. There are reward points for barrel rolls, flat spins and every other trick. Airborne with all its new twists is the biggest asset of the manufacturer that continues to excite the player. Installing into your Smartphone and start playing is quite easy, but it takes a lot to actually win a race, especially with the disgusting car you got to start with.

Modern Combat 5: Blackout

This time Gameloft has come up with pretty brain-dead story but the shooting with auto aim is always fun. In this one most of the action pack takes place in Venice in Italy and other multiple locations in Japan. The story consists of six chapters with story missions, spec-ops missions and multiplayer missions in each chapter. Gameloft this time does some in the Max Payne way of bullet time in which the player can control the motion of bullet as time slows down.

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