12 Best Mobile Games You Need to Check Out

Mobile games are more popular than ever, and even those who aren’t usually into video games are slowly seeing the fun in the hobby. But with so many issues regarding microtransactions and poor quality when it comes to mobile games, how do you separate the titles worthy of your time (and money)? Here are the best mobile games of 2019 that you might have missed.

Florence

This interactive story follows the life of Florence and how it changes after her meeting with a cellist. Players will need to solve puzzles to piece together the pieces of Florence’s story.

Donut County

The objective of the game is to swallow objects through a hole which will increase in size. Players will have to think of ways to manipulate certain objects so that they would be swallowed into the hole.

Dandara

This platformer metroidvania lets the player explore the different white surfaces by helping the character Dandara to overcome obstacles and warp between spaces.

The Room: Old Sins

The fourth installment of The Room series is a different take of the escape the room genre in which the player must find clues in the surroundings to escape.

Shin Megami Tensei: Liberation Dx2

The player controls a custom character who joins the Liberators which have the ability to control beings only known as demons.

Legend of Solgard

This matching based RPG tells the tale of Embla who is destined to save the world from an invasion. It is based on the Norse myths, so you might want to give this a try if you’re interested.

Pokemon Quest

It seems like the phenomenal mobile game Pokemon GO’s fame has suddenly evaporated, but it still has plenty of dedicated players which is why another mobile version of the franchise was released. It’s reminiscent of Minecraft and is perfect for beginners to the franchise. The game can also be played on the Nintendo Switch.

Holedown

The objective of the game is to shoot balls at the blocks to dig into planets. It’s not only a relaxing game you can play during the break but it’s also very well-made for a mobile game.

The Sims Mobile

Are you a fan of the The Sims series? Now you can play it on mobile as well as enjoy its multiplayer features where you can interact with other gamers. A previous game called The Sims FreePlay was also available for mobile, but this game is much closer to its PC version.

Pocket Run Pool

The objective of the game is simple; sink all the balls like you would in an 8-ball pool game, but you have to take into consideration where you sink the balls for extra rewards.

Alto’s Odyssey

Once in a while, you come across a fantastic free-to-play game like Alto’s Adventure for mobile. It’s successor, Alto’s Odyssey will not disappoint either with its polished gameplay and surprisingly good story.

ELOH

Puzzle games shine on mobile, and ELOH elevates the relaxing experience of the genre with its sound-focused mechanics and beautiful artwork.