Want to find the best mobile game apps for gamers? Forget wasting time on Instagram or Snapchat. There are many mobile game blog out there. Here are five of the top rated apps that will satisfy any gamer’s hunger for new challenges and experiences.
The top 5 mobile game apps for gamers:
1) “The Walking Dead”:
The game starts off in an abandoned hospital with young girl Clementine. It’s up to you, as the lead character, to make decisions that will determine whether Clementine survives this post-apocalyptic world rife with zombies. Choose wisely, because unlike other games, most decisions you make have larger consequences than just a quick respawn of your character.
2) “Draw Something”:
Do you have a friend or relative who’s always complaining that puzzles are boring and they’ll never be able to finish them? Then this is the app for you. Draw Something has been called one of the biggest “social games” to ever hit the App Store and Google Play, but don’t let the large user base fool you. It’s a challenging game that all ages (including grandparents) can play together. Draw Something will help players of all levels develop their artistic skills while having fun at the same time, so don’t let your friends down when they ask to play.
3) “Angry Birds”:
As an avid gamer, I can’t deny that I love to play Angry Birds. I normally spend hours on end playing this popular game, but I’ve found one major problem with it. Some puzzles are insanely frustrating to complete, requiring a large amount of goes just to pass a stage. Thankfully, the new Angry Birds 2 lets you work your way up in difficulty while keeping gameplay smooth and fast paced with no wait time. Rovio Entertainment has also introduced new birds this time around with different abilities that will help players become more skilled at defeating all those green pigs.
4) “Plants vs. Zombies”:
What would a game list be without mentioning Plants vs. Zombies? This game is pretty much a requirement for all gamers, as it’s a great way to kill time while spending time with friends playing competitively or cooperatively. It’s like playing dodgeball in real life, but with plants instead of balls and you get to shoot zombies! The game has been played by millions, so there’s no surprise that it made the list. In addition to perfecting your level design skills (which are critical if you want more than just the first player through), you can also train your attack and defense characters to help overcome those pesky zombies.
5) “Google Play Games”:
Google Play Games is a great way to track your stats in the game you’re playing. It also works as an easy way to keep yourself updated on all your friends’ gaming progress, which is especially useful because sometimes you’ll want to know what that one guy or girl in the corner is up to.
All five of these games have something to offer, making it difficult for me to ultimately choose between them. As gamers, we all have our own taste when it comes to gameplay and graphics. It’s nice to see that there are apps that cater to every type of gamer out there. If you’re not sure which game to try first, the Google Play store is full of detailed reviews from other users who can tell you everything you need to know before deciding on your next app.