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Best Of 2016: Top 10 Free Mobile Phone Games 2016

Best Of 2016: Top 10 Free Mobile Phone Games 2016

In today’s day and age, mobile phone games release literally every other day. There are just thousands of games that one can get from iTunes or Google Playstore for free and spend hours playing. What is quite irritating though is trying to find a game that is worth your time. The most obvious way is by going for a game that you need to pay for. This way you are guaranteed a certain standard of gameplay, graphics, story etc.

But not everybody wants to shell out cash, so for all you lazy f**ks, here is a list of the best android and iOS games that are worth your time and don’t cost a dime.

 

Asphalt 8: Airborne

One of the best car racing game on mobile phones right now. Gameloft’s front runner is a full on racing game with loads of cars to unlock, tracks to race on and various multiplayer modes for you to race your friends on.This game is action packed and is a lot of fun to play, and did I mention addictive?

Price: Free
Platform: Android | iOS

 

Clash Royale

The latest release from Supercell, Clash Royale is much like it’s predecessor, Clash of Clans which was made by the same studio. You collect cards, build decks and taken on online opponents in one-on-one duels. You are allowed to make alliances with whom you can share cards with and even challenge, while unlocking new cards.

Price: Free
Platform: Android | iOS

 

Cut the Rope: Magic

If you ask me, I’d say Cut the Rope was giving Angry Birds a run for it’s money when it had come out. When you first pick up the game it usually is for passing time, but once you get into it and get past the easy stages, the game takes a lot of concentration and a good sense of timing to complete. Cut the Rope: Magic is the latest iteration of the series and requires players to solve puzzles differently to help Om Nom to get to his candy.

Price: Free
Platform: Android | iOS

 

Pokemon Go

There is really no two ways about this game, regardless of whether you love or hate it, this game swept across the globe like a plague and had large numbers of people running around town looking for that Ninetails. Even though it wasn’t officially released in India till like a week ago, people were glued to their phones trying to explore the real world around them while catching Pokemon, taking down gyms and finding Pokestops.

Price: Free
Platform: Android | iOS

 

Critical Ops

This game is quite similar to the counter strike series. You can choose to be part of an anti-terrorism unit and stop shit from going down or join the terrorist side and try make sure shit goes down. It features online multiplayer modes, leaderboards and has decent graphics making it an overall fun experience.

Price: Free
Platforms: Android | iOS

 

Temple Run 2

One of the best and most iconic endless runners on mobile devices. Temple Run 2 is the sequel to the smash hit, Temple Run. Navigate perilous cliffs, zip lines and mines as you traverse through forests as you escape the cursed idol. The new game brings better graphics, more achievements and a bigger monkey.

Price: Free
Platform: Android | iOS

 

Rick and Morty: Pocket Mortys

Pocket Mortys, in a nutshell is Pokemon by Rick and Morty. If either of the two things I just said rings a bell then this might be a game for you to try out. The game encapsulates both the humor of the cartoon and the structure of the original Pokemon. You set out to get new Mortys by capturing them in the wild. Battles are turn based and attacks cost you AP. There are potions and serums for you to heal and strengthen your team.

Price: Free
Platform: Andriod | iOS

 

FIFA Mobile Soccer

Football games have evolved over the last decade. One of FIFA 17’s trailer showcases how football games originated and where they have reached at this day and age. Even the mobile/tablet versions of the game have seen immense improvement. Now on FIFA Mobile Soccer you can build and manage your team, go head to head and keep returning for daily challenges. The game is just about 100 MB, which means you can download it on the go. The various modes make this game even more immersive.

Price: Free
Platform: Android | iOS

 

Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Journey through the galaxy’s greatest adventure in Lego Star Wars: TFA for mobile. Assume roles of heroic characters from the movie like Rey, Finn, Han Solo, BB-8 and Kylo Ren. You can always trust Lego to make the journey fun, witty and memorable. This game is good to look at and and is quite fun once you get used to the fact the entire game is made up of lego blocks.

Price: Free
Platform: Android | iOS
7 Mages

7 Mages is a mobile RPG that takes inspiration from classic computer RPGs and Kurosawa’s Seven Samurai. The game casts players as the seven mages who have to defend the island of Roven against enemies. 7 Mages is a blend of older games like Eye of the Beholder and Legend of Grimrock, putting together a detailed turn-based combat with adventure like puzzles. The first part of the game is free, while the remaining parts are unlockable as in-app purchases.

Price: Free
Platforms: Android | iOS

 

There you have it, some of the best games that you don’t have to open your wallet for. In case you know of a fun game that you played this year , do let us know in the comments below.

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After undergoing the IB curriculum in Kodaikanal, Joash disciplined in English and Political Science at St. Stephens, Delhi. Then went on to do his post graduate diploma in Mass communication and journalism at Xavier Institute of Mass Communications, Bombay. He has a thing for motorbikes, cameras, drums & the lovely Jeniffer Piccinato

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