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There is absolutely no dearth of games on the Android platform. No matter what your favorite style is, you’ll usually find something to suit your tastes. However, as you may have experienced by now, quantity does not always translate into quality.

There are too many bad games out there and at Digit our goal is to make it easy for you to separate the wheat from the bran.


The Call of Duty franchise is no stranger to mobile gaming. Over the years I’ve battled Call of Duty zombies on a phone, and even sighted (I don’t recommend it) in similarly scaled-down and unambiguous games designed for the limitations of those platforms.


A Nintendo DS Stylus is used to aim. But the acronym for Call of Duty: Mobile is different. It represents a concerted effort from Activision to make an impression on the notoriously difficult-to-crack and overcrowded mobile market that now includes the likes of Fortnite and PUBG, and it’s been looking to bring people in for a long time.

You won’t find a campaign, but the multiplayer modes are substantial and there’s even a full battle royale included. What’s laid out up front is impressive, though controls are iffy and free-to-play microtransactions are a dark cloud on the horizon.

As a caveat, using a touch screen to control a shooter will never be on par with a controller, compared to a keyboard and mouse, and you just can’t avoid it. In addition to the inherent relative lack of speed and accuracy, you’re also covering part of the screen with your digits.

However, with those understandings, I can say that I’m having a good time running and gunning in Call of Duty: Mobile. Movement can be somewhat inconsistent with the Virtual Left Control Stick, but aiming and firing generally feels fine.

Sneaking in on someone and working the reticle, and in the opposite scenario I was able to raise my gun and start firing quickly and satisfactorily.

More detailed movements, such as vaulting through a window, leaning behind cover, and throwing grenades are difficult, thanks to the density of on-screen icons, but standard shooting is satisfactory. It exceeded my admittedly low expectations.


Do you believe that you are the best? Can you beat everyone and be the only survivor? If you answered yes to these, then Garena Free Fire: Rampage is the best game for you to test your skills!


Garena Free Fire is a multiplayer battle royale mobile game that you can play with friends or by yourself on mobile. If you are a fan of shooting genre games, Free Fire will give you the adrenaline rush that feels in real life shooting!

Enter a match with 49 other users and land on a different island. Discover weapons and items that will help you survive till the end. Keep an eye out for airborne drops of supplies and stay away from air strikes.

Stay in the safe zone and use the vehicle to move around the remote island, but beware of your enemies as they will try to shoot you and eliminate you from the match.

Aim, keep your aim steady, and shoot your enemies, don’t miss, or you may attract their attention, which you must avoid! Hide, run or shoot your enemies; Do whatever it takes to be the sole survivor of the match!

Free Fire is a great game for FPS game lovers. The graphics are smooth, high-quality and great! You can play alone or with a squad. There are many different features to give you a great experience.

Since the game is all about survival of the fittest, you are provided with a variety of weapons, items and vehicles to help you do so. You are placed on a remote island with other players and have to compete with them.

There are many features that make not only the match but the whole game even more interesting. You can choose your avatar from a large collection however you like but there’s a catch: you’ll need to unlock certain levels or complete missions to get new avatars.

But most avatars, items or skins have to be bought rather than leveled up. Most of the items in Free Fire are now paid items, so if you are an average player, this might be a hassle for you.

3. Minecraft

The game world is presented in cubes, each of which can be destroyed, stored in your inventory, and put back anywhere. As you explore in a new direction, the map generates more terrain, almost infinitesimally (you’ll run out of hard disk space at some point).


That terrain is a quilt of discrete environmental zones, or biomes: As you travel, the dense forest you create will give way to a desert dotted with welds or rocks, or cacti. You can reach the ocean, or a swamp filled with exploding monsters and lily pads, or an ice float that leads to a wintry island.

Random features like rivers, caves, waterfalls and ravines thread this world. Herds of friendly, barred animals graze happily here and there: pigs, sheep, cows and chickens all provide useful products when slaughtered, and can also be kept and bred.


As I mentioned earlier, there’s a sprinkling of light-adventure-like puzzle elements that give the game the progressive sense expected from a sequel. No doubt there are new ideas going on here.


Maybe I’m being overly demanding here, but I think there could have been a better deal. By the end of the game, I’m shocked, even disappointed, that it ended so quickly.

Monument Valley 2 is longer than its predecessor, ranging from chapters 10 to 14 of the original. Nevertheless, it is stingy with its innovations. Flirting with sunlight, water, balance and cooperation all feel like they lack perfection.

The game’s sequel is compromised by timeliness in order to advance its prospects in unexplored fields of fiction. Just to the point when the game teaches you your foreign language, it goes away.

Lack of commitment to one’s own glowing soul. A part of me – cynics and such – wonders when DLC levels will drop and whether they are already on their way to being made.


Few sports succeed in providing excitement and thrill without fail. You’re on the last lap, pushing the pedals and bumping into the cars next to you. Everyone is at a height to reach the finish line. You gun it and finally you zoom in on the checked flags. For a moment, you feel like you are on top of the world. That is, before the next race, this is the feeling we got from playing GRID Autosport.


GRID Autosport was released in 2014 for PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. It was developer Codemaster’s attempt to bring back the authentic racing experience that was lost in many other racing games, including its predecessor, GRID 2. Codemaster wanted to focus on this. Old stuff that gamers loved in racing games, such as realistic driving models and different cars. And they succeeded in this.

It may be on a smaller screen, but Grid Autosport is a big game. For a mobile app, it’s quite heavy with 6GB of recommended free internal memory. For Android, the lowest you can get is an initial 4GB of free space, while iPhone and iPad users need 3.9GB and iOS 12.1 or newer. The game is playable on iPhone 6S and newer, and iPad Pro 2017 and newer.

After playing a few laps with different cars, we can say that the GRID Autosport definitely lived up to its name. It’s a realistic racing game that will challenge even the best experienced racers out there, while engaging casual players who just want a taste of “traditional” racing video games.

Each car has a different drive that you can really feel. For example, if you drive a single-seater the same way you drive a stock car, you’ll fall off the track before you know it. GRID Autosport is not only amazing to look at but realistic as well, and that’s probably why so many people play it.

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