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10 Best Mobile Games of 2020

Are you looking for a new game to play on your phone or tablet? Here are our options for the best mobile games 2020.

10 Best Mobile Games of 2020

Google Play Store and the Apple App Store is filled with a list of gaming software. There are a lot of addictive games that nobody can overlook at all. Each game developer wants his game to be the No. 1 mobile game in the world. Playing best mobile games today not only lets you alleviate tension, it also gives you a chance to connect with new people in the gaming world.

If you’re in word games, endless runners, platformers or puzzles, there’s something for you. Check out these 10 best mobile games 2020 for your iOS or Android device of choice.

10. Words With Friends

Words With Friends is a frustrating spelling game that will make you want to break friendships and accuse your opponents of some kind of cheating under the sun. The game allows players to use only a polite, laughable language in the app. Yes, I lost to the Esquire team in the first round of the WWF bracket. Anyway it’s a nice way to feel a little more connected to your friends, and to get some Scrabble rattling talk on the phone, particularly in a time of social isolation.

9. Minecraft: Pocket Edition

Minecraft: Pocket Edition is a handheld version of the classic Minecraft PC game. It’s available on all types of smartphones and tablets. It supports iOS and Android platforms. The gameplay of the mobile version is close to that of the PC version. There’s a free edition, too before you go to the paid app. Gamers have choices where they can play either in creative mode where they’ll have all the money, or they can play survival mode where they’ll have none in the inventory and have to earn anything from scratch.

8. Marvel Contest of Champions

Remember how awesome was Marvel vs. Capcom? Well this game is the nearest you can come to, just get the Capcom out of it. It’s a great warrior with a lot of deep-cut Marvel characters and some very gorgeous costumes and alternatives. It sounds like a game you’re going to play on a console. Whether you’re a comic book nerd, or, like us, you’re looking for something to do, it’s certainly worth a try. Although we would prefer to have a true-to-shape Marvel vs. Capcom: Champions Match.

7. Asphalt 9: Legends

Asphalt 9 is another really famous game, and for good reason. Graphics are so fantastic that you’re beginning to wonder how strong smartphones can be these days. Sure, the actual driving is far from practical, the car spends more time flipping through the air than actually using its tires, and the steering is pretty automatic, but it’s all in the name of entertainment. And this game is delivering on that front as well. Exotic hyper vehicles, extensive maps, intimidating rivals, it’s got it all.

6. Minecraft: Pocket Edition

Minecraft: Pocket Edition is a handheld version of the classic Minecraft PC game. It’s available on all types of smartphones and tablets. It supports iOS and Android platforms. The gameplay of the mobile version is close to that of the PC version. There’s a free edition, too before you go to the paid app. Gamers have choices where they can play either in creative mode where they’ll have all the money, or they can play survival mode where they’ll have none in the inventory and have to earn anything from scratch.

5. Alto’s Adventure

Snowboarding at high speed was never as enjoyable as it was in Alto’s Adventure. Very easy one-touch controls let you direct Alto (and several other unlockable characters) down the mountain while getting a lot of air, grinding edges and doing several backflips.

4. Call of Duty: Mobile

With more than 50,000,000 downloads in the Play Store and App Store, Call of Duty dominates the gaming world with its graphics, smooth gameplay, and fan-favoured COD maps. It offers players two modes: Battle Royale, where you have to survive the 100-player experience & Multiplayer, where you can compete in the standard 5v5 team-based action.

3. Plague, Inc.

This game was the first time in my life that I found myself saying, “Heck yeah, necrosis!” It’s a brilliant game idea. You manage the virus, and your mission is to spread it all over the world and destroy everyone before mankind can find a cure.

You have a range of resources at your disposal to mutate your virus: ability to add symptoms, including lethal ones; communicability strategies, including animal, airborne and body fluids; and resistance. Each of these can be built in trees that interconnect, making your virus solid. And when the virus spreads, you’re getting DNA points that you can spend on more skills. It’s extremely exciting, particularly when your virus grows powerful enough to mutate on its own as you race against the creation of a cure.

2. Among Us

Among Us is a multiplayer game where between four and ten players are dropped onto an alien spaceship. Each player is designated as a “crewmate” or “impostor” by a private position.

1. Fortnite

Fortnite is a free-to-play video game set up in a post-apocalyptic, zombie-infested world. It was developed by Tim Sweeney and published by Epic Games Inc.

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