February passed, and with it March 2019. At that time, a lot of interesting games appeared on mobile devices with iOS and Android. If you’ve been wondering which games are worth attention, we’re reaching out to you again. We chose for you the best, in our opinion, games that went to the App Store and Play Store in 2019.
Games are still appearing on iOS and Android mobile devices. This year, we had a great deal of production that went to the App Store and the Play Store. Below you will find a list, in our opinion, of the best of them.
Oddmar is a platformer that will certainly attract attention with its audiovisual setting. The production is hand-painted, so the levels look really colorful and even cartoon. The game tells the story of a warrior who did not get admission to Walhalla, the land of the dead destined for warriors. He gets a second chance to deserve this honor, but it will not be a simple task. On the way, he has to overcome many adversities. Oddmar is available on mobile devices with iOS 11 and newer.
2. PUBG Mobile
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is a production that has attracted millions of PC users and Xbox One. This title focuses on the Battle Royale mode. This means that during the game we are thrown onto the map, where there are 99 other players besides us. Our task is to eliminate them. The one who is the last to stay on the board wins. The game is available on smartphones and tablets with iOS 9.0 and newer and Android 4.3 and newer.
3. Kingdom Rush Vengeance
If you think you’ve heard the name Kingdom Rush somewhere, you think it’s good. This is an extremely popular series of games launched in 2011. Now she has her fourth page. As in previous parts and here we can meet fantastic characters in a magical world. This time, however, we are fighting on the side of the huge and powerful Vez’nan. The game is available on mobile devices with iOS 9 and newer and Android 4.4 and newer.
If you are looking for an interesting logic game then the latest production from the creators of Old Man’s Journey may interest you. This title combines interesting puzzles with music. During the game, we will be able to go through 85 different levels, at which we can show a sense of rhythm. The production is available on mobile devices with iOS 8.0 and newer and Android 4.1.
5. Reigns: Game of Thrones
Reigns is an interesting series of games that is based on the extremely popular application – Tinder. During the game, we play a certain ruler, and then we make next, very important choices that affect the further course of the game. However, remember to be aware of five different factors that define whether we will survive the next session, or whether we will be removed by force from the throne. Reigns: Game of Thromes takes us into the legendary world of Game of Thrones. The production is available on mobile devices with iOS 9.0 and newer and Android 4.4 and newer.
6. Fortnite Battle Royale
Fortnite Battle Royale was a surprise for players who did not expect Epic Games to quickly transfer their game to mobile devices. Currently, production is available on iOS, but only by invitation. Soon he will also make his debut on Android devices. The game focuses, like the previously mentioned PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, on battle in the Battle Royale mode. Here, however, we also have a construction mode, thanks to which we can create forts that protect us from attacks by other users. The game is available, as we have already mentioned, on mobile devices with iOS 11. The application is also available on Android, but it can be downloaded only from the Epic Games store.
7. Stardew Valley
Stardew Valley is a real phenomenon. The game is available on several platforms, but only now has it hit on iOS mobile devices. During the game, you play as a novice farmer, whose task is the slow development of your farm. As part of the progress of the game, we learn new skills with the help of new tools. Over time, we gain more and more money and we can expand our farm. The production is available on mobile devices with iOS 10 and newer.
8. Life is Strange: Before the Storm
Life is Strange Before the Storm is a game that takes us to the events that took place before what was shown in the first installment of the series. The creators decided to show the circumstances in which Chloe Price meets Rachel Amber. The girls, however, are not blessed with special powers, so the gameplay is a bit different than what the prototype showed. The game is available on mobile devices with iOS 9.0 and newer and Android 4.3 and newer.
9. Donut County
Donut County is a logic-adventure game that allows us to control the black hole. Originally, it was intended for garbage collection, but our hero, raccoon, got bored in the robot and decided to wreak havoc. When we “swallow” a hole with all kinds of objects, it is still growing. Ben Esposito is responsible for the production, and the idea came from a humorous thread on Twitter. In addition, he was also based on such productions as Katamari. The game is available on mobile devices with iOS 10 and newer.
Dandara is a production that will also take players to a fantastic world. During the game, we get to know the fate of the title character. It is awakened in order to restore the old order and order of the world. There is chaos in it, the laws of physics are shaken, and the secrets are still towering. The production is available on mobile devices with iOS 10 and newer, and Android 7.0 and newer.
11. Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition
Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition is a Final Fantasy XV adaptation for mobile devices. In the game, we get to know the same threads, but they are told in a much lighter tone. We also meet the same characters, but appear in a smaller, funny form. The production is available on mobile devices with iOS 11.1 and newer and Android 5.0 and newer.
Chuchel is a platformer that has been familiar with PCs for months. Only now, however, this production has also reached mobile equipment. During the game, you play as a sweet creature, whose task is to find a villain who stole the hero from the cherry. The production is available on mobile devices with iOS 10 and newer and Android 4.1 and newer.