Mobile gaming just keeps on growing, and there’s a lot more to it than Candy Crush. Everyone’s got too much time on their hands at times, and those hands are often used to play mobile games, which are now the most popular form of gaming (whether you like it or not). Some of the world’s biggest franchises are flourishing on handheld devices, and developers are pushing the tech capabilities of phones and tablets to their limits.
1. Shadowgun Legends
Madfinger Games is known for producing some of the most exciting shooters on mobile. His massive success began in 2013 with Dead Trigger 2 and if not for its age, it would have reached this spot on the list. Madfinger has perfected its formula with Shadowgun Legends, a frenzied PvP and PvE shooter game set in the distant future.
The graphics are detailed and the animations have a sense of gravity and impact that you rarely find on a mobile game. In a sense, it reminds me of Doom: Eternal but with space aliens instead of space monsters.
The graphics design is top-notch for a shooter with bright explosions and brightly lit, futuristic space stations flying around the player. So if you want a futuristic shooter with great graphics, this is the place where your eyes will find peace.
2. Asphalt 9: Legends
Asphalt 9 is another super-popular game and with good reason. The graphics are so good that you start wondering how smartphones can be so powerful nowadays. Sure, actual driving is far from realistic, your car spends more time flipping through the air than actually using your tires and the steering is a lot more automatic, but that’s all in the name of fun. And this game works on that front as well. Exotic hyper cars, detailed maps, challenging opponents, it has it all.
3. Castlevania: Symphony of the Night
One of the most iconic games from the Castlevania series has found a home on Android phones. Take control of the vampire Alucard, and slay the demonic hordes that haunt the castle and plan to resurrect Dracula. Symphony of the Night features an elaborate RPG weapon and inventory system filled with unique gear, items, and spells.
With a tremendous castle to explore, unique abilities to earn, and an encyclopedic list of monstrous punching bags to beat, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night is a Konami classic that’s well worth snatching up.
4. PUBG Mobile/BGMI
If you haven’t heard of this game yet, you’re probably not off-earth. PUBG is the most popular Android game right now, loved by millions of players around the world. BGMI tops this list due to its highly addictive gameplay and breathtaking super high graphics. This is the Lite version of PUBG Mobile which is around 1.7Gb in size, and the PUBG Mobile/BGMI size is around 700MB.
Battle royale basically means against all, where you start with nothing and have to collect and assemble weapons and equipment. The game is ultimately a battle for the last player standing on an island with 100 players. This is one of the best games you can play on your device. But what if you are in India? pubg ban? Yes, but it’s back again with a new name and a new theme and tons of exciting changes. You’ll find new maps, new guns, new seasons, and more.
5. Real Racing 3
For a very long time, Real Racing 3 has been the most popular racing sim on Android. It not only has gorgeous visuals but also responsive and realistic controls. Cars behave and look like they do in the real world and that’s a big deal. While the tracks aren’t as varied as we’d like, the cars and textures are spectacular. The lighting system in this game is also excellent. Small visual flares like reflections on the car ties this package together.