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Top Five Marvel Mobile Games

Updated on September 7, 2017

Marvel Mobile Games

Mobile games are quickly becoming the pinnacle of gaming. Marvel are releasing lots of new and exciting mobile games. But which are the top five?

Avengers Alliance Poster
Avengers Alliance Poster

5. Avengers Alliance

Avengers Alliance is a strategy game in which you create your own team of heroes, go on mission and defeat the masterminds. The gameplay is simple but really fun and structured throughout the level. It may just be a simple click and attack but there is a lot of depth to it. They graphics are very attractive which makes it a nice game to play.

It doesn't take much strain on the devices battery even though you must be connected to the network to play. Obviously that can be annoying but generally the level of pay time to percentage is good.

There are in-app-purchases and these are a major part of the game as the game is heading in a pay to win direction. To recruit new heroes and level up heroes you must have a special currency. This currency is hard to come by and saving up to buy or upgrade a hero takes time. Now it takes even longer as the prices have gone up and this is making the game go in a pay to win direction.

There are less updates now which does mean it is lacking in content, but this is because some of Marvel's other mobile games have taken off and need more attention.

Puzzle Quest Poster
Puzzle Quest Poster

4. Puzzle Quest

This is Marvel's version of Candy Crush, but so much better. It may be a very simple idea but it has a lot of characters, depths, missions and content. Each mission you battle different villain groups to get to the mastermind. Then you must defeat the mastermind. Each hero has different, abilities,status and persona. Which makes you have to think about each move and how you want to proceed.

Again you have to be connected to the network all the time to play. But Puzzle Quest does care about the devices battery. It doesn't take much battery during playtime, which is amazing considering devices battery life today.

There are in-app-purchases, but Puzzle Quest is not a play to win game. You can play the game absolutely free and still get to where the pay to win players are. This will take time and effort but you can get there if you want too.

Puzzle Quest is regularly updated with new heroes, villains, missions and new content. This makes playing the game enjoyable as you know there will always be more for you to do.

Future Fight Poster
Future Fight Poster

3. Future Fight

Future Fight is 3D fighters game. The graphics are stunning, beautiful and mind blowing which makes you want to play. You build your own team which has hundreds of possibilities, fight other heroes and villain in missions to prove you have the beast team.

Again you have to be connected to the network all the time. Future Fight destroys your battery. Due to Future Fight being visually stunning, complex gameplay and big size wise, playing the game for even a short while and you will notice the big gap in your devices battery.

Of course there are in-app-purchases, these again are the special currency to buy and upgrade heroes. You can play for free buy will be saving up a while to get new heroes.

Future Fight is updated what seems like most weeks and there is plenty of new content getting added. From new character to missions, features and so much more. There is a huge amount to do in Future Fight.

Contest of Champions Poster
Contest of Champions Poster

2. Contest of Champions

Contest of Champions is on the same level as Future Fight in that they are very similar. Again you make you own team and progress through tournaments to see if you can beat all the enemies and defeat the boss.

Battery drain is better on Contest of Champions. Contest of Champions is very well optimized so it doesn't drain as much battery as you think. Even with it's stunning graphics, dynamic fighting and cut scenes you will be amazed at how much time you can play. You again must be connected to the network to play.

Yet again there are in-app-purchases and these are again for special currency to get new heroes. Contest of Champions does sometimes feel like a pay to win game, sometimes you are lucky and get a great character but you never get the ones they advertise. They trying to persuade you to spend money so you get these heroes, so you can win the tournaments with ease.

With the updates new characters are being added every month, plus new themes and tournaments. You are never board because of this, you always want to continue and get the best characters.

Spider-Man Unlimited Poster
Spider-Man Unlimited Poster

1. Spider-Man Unlimited

Spider-Man Unlimited is a back-scrolling runner game and is very much like Temper Run. But again so much better as Marvel have put their own spin on the game, added their own features and improved the game.

The battery of your device does disappear rapidly. But on the bright side you don't have to be connect to the network to play. Well only story mode, when connected to the network you have access to the events, store and daily reward. Spider-Man Unlimited is badly optimized, you can tell within five minutes after you have lost ten percent of battery.

There is in-app-purchases, but the best thing about Spider-Man Unlimited is you can get all the best character by playing for free. There is the special currency to buy them, but saving up is really easy and affording to buy a character is easy to get to. This is the best part as its a breath of fresh air to know money is basically obsolete.

Again Spider-Man Unlimited is updated regularly, which adds new characters, events, environments and enemies. This is really good as you feel like each game is different, and a story is playing out. If you were to get any Marvel mobile game I would recommend this one. Even if you are not Spider-Mans biggest fan. But then Spider-Man is the best.


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      Jason B Truth 

      8 months ago from United States of America

      Interesting article, Nicholas. I have boatloads of comic books from both Marvel and DC Comics. Some of them may even be worth thousands of dollars because of their age, from what I've read online. I started collecting them when I was 10 years old. I'm thinking about selling them to put some money away in the bank. I have worked in sales before, but my marketing skills are a little rusty nowadays. Anyhow, if you have any tips or advice on how to reach people who would buy these comic books, I would be most appreciative. Better yet, if you do decide to write an article about how to market old comic books, I'll definitely be reading it.

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