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Android is the name for the Linux-based operating system from Google, used in smartphones and tablets from many manufacturers since 2008. Despite the fact that most of the devices on the market use Android, game developers slightly prefer its rival – iOS. Google’s OS is also a „heart” for consoles such as NVIDIA Shield, Amazon Fire TV and Ouya.

Clash Royale (AND)
Clash Royale (AND)

Strategy 02 March 2016

A multiplayer game with MOBA elements from the Finnish Supercell studio, set in a universe of one of the mobile bestsellers – Clash of Clans. Same as there, we play as a ruler whose ambitions go beyond the borders of his country. Gameplay of Clash of Royale comes down to taking part in online skirmishes with other players to overthrow the opposing king. Battles are fought in very simplified form and take place on small arenas, which fit entirely on the smartphone’s or tablet’s screen. During the battles, we send offensive units along set paths, while also making sure to secure our own domain with various spells and defensive units and buildings. The mechanics are complemented by card game features, and the time between fights is spent on collecting the strongest possible deck of cards, each representing the respective units and actions (e.g. casting spells).

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Pokemon GO (AND)
Pokemon GO (AND)

RPG 06 July 2016

A mobile RPG that supports augmented reality technology, created by Niantic studio in conjunction with The Pokemon Company. The application uses smartphones’ and tablets’ cameras to register the surrounding reality, then include additional, three-dimensional objects on it. We searching for Pokemon by following the instructions from our GPS. Other elements of gameplay aren’t much different from what we’ve seen in other entries in the series. The game focuses on finding and catching pocket monsters, then training them and dueling against players from the entire world. Pokemon GO application works in conjunction with a dedicated gadget, sold separately, a wristband that gives us access to some additional options if we happen to be without our smartphone. The band will vibrate and glow whenever there is a Pokemon nearby.

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Stronghold Kingdoms (AND)
Stronghold Kingdoms (AND)

Strategy 31 August 2017

A side entry in Stronghold series, created and developed by Firefly Studios. This game is a free-to-play MMO with microtransactions and, just like in any other games from the series, it takes players into a dark medieval world in which they have to create their own kingdoms. During the game we can join one of European countries and political groups and we can establish our status by getting special honor points. Depending on our preferable style we can focus on military and gain influence by using a strong army or focus on economic aspect and defeat our enemies in a peaceful way. We can choose from many specializations such as diplomacy, espionage or agriculture. Trade and creating alliances with other players are very important aspects of the game. The game also has special bonus cards which can be acquired during the game or bought with real money.

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Assassin's Creed Rebellion (AND)
Assassin's Creed Rebellion (AND)

Strategy December 2017

Strategy game with RPG elements, in which you manage a fortress of the eponymous Assassin Brotherhood and lead a self-composed team of assassins. The title was developed by Canadian team Behavior Interactive Studio. Assassin’s Creed Rebellion is set in the 15th-century Spain, where you confront the Inquisition. The Brotherhood is made up of over forty characters, featuring both famous characters from Assassin’s Creed video games and the movie as well as twenty completely new individuals. The fortress in your command is the main base of operation for your men, from where they set out for missions in teams of up to three members. As you advance to new progression levels, you are able to expand the fortress with new rooms and purchase equipment. On the other hand, while performing specific tasks (which require heroes with specific abilities), you gain DNA fragments (unlocking more Assassins), raw materials (for improving existing units), and crafting materials (needed to create better equipment). Against a background of other Assassin's Creed games, Rebellion is distinguished by its graphics design, based on Chibi stylistics.

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Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf (AND)
Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf (AND)

Strategy 20 August 2015

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Goddess: Primal Chaos (AND)
Goddess: Primal Chaos (AND)

RPG 08 January 2017

A mobile MMORPG from koramgame studio that is a free-to-play title with microtransactions. Goddess: Primal Chaos takes us to a classic fantasy world of sword and magic, putting us in the role of a hero who must save the world from the ancient evil. There are three classes, each with different skills and weapon. The gameplay relies on a typical MMORPG formula, featuring exploration, performing quests and fighting hordes of enemies. It should be noted that we don’t have to fight alone, as we can ally with other players or get help from NPCs; we can also travel the world using one of the available mounts. Goddess: Primal Chaos offers a wide variety of both PvP and PvE modes.

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Critical Ops (AND)
Critical Ops (AND)

Action 06 July 2016

A dynamic online shooter game, often referred to as a mobile CS. Critical Ops was made by Finnish studio Critical Force Entertainment, known for a similar production - Critical Strike portable. The game is available for free, but features optional microtransactions; only purely cosmetic items can be bought for real-world money. The gameplay consists of battles involving anti-terrorist and terrorist forces, taking place on dedicated maps. You can use a wide range of firearms and additional equipment. Just like in Counter Strike: Global Offensive, gear can be bought in the in-game store for the money you earn in battle. The battles can involve up to 20 players divided into two teams, who have opposite goals. Critical Ops boasts high-quality 3D visuals, an interesting level design, a well-thought microtransactions system, and expansive support for e-sports events.

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Brawl Stars (AND)
Brawl Stars (AND)

Action 2018

A mobile online game, which combines elements of shooters and MOBA games. Brawl Stars has been developed by the creators of Clash of Clans, Hay Day, Boom Beach and Clash Royale. The game features only a multiplayer mode. Players get to select one from over a dozen available characters, each featuring different weapons, assets, and a special ability, after which they enter arcade battles taking place in special arenas. As a character is developed, his battle potential increases. Brawl Stars offers several game modes, each introducing a different set of rules. In Smash & Grab, two 3-player teams fight each other with the objective of capturing the crystals that are growing in the middle of a map. In Heist, two teams face each other and, by turns, defend a safe or try to rob it. The third mode – Battle Royale – allows up to 10 players to fight until there is only one character left alive. The last of the game modes is Bounty, in which one acquires stars for eliminating his foes and loses them each time his character dies.

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Fallout Shelter (AND)
Fallout Shelter (AND)

Strategy 13 August 2015

A mobile spin-off to the post-apocalyptic Fallout franchise, accompanying the fourth major installment. In contrast to the main-stream Fallout games this one is a simulation strategy, in which you take on a role of a vault overseer and have to look after its inhabitants. The game has you expand the vault by new rooms, including living quarters, and public facilities, to provide for all needs of your dwellers. You also have to gather supplies, which requires you to send expeditions outside the vault, having previously equipped (or not) your men with weapons and protective gear. Each vault dweller has their own statistics and gains experience, thus unlocking new abilities and equipment.

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Need for Speed: No Limits (AND)
Need for Speed: No Limits (AND)

Racing 30 September 2015

A spin-off to the bestselling racing game series, Need for Speed. The game was developed by Firemonkeys - an Australian studio cooperating with Electronic Arts. It was created exclusively for mobile devices. Ken Block, a popular racing driver formerly associated mainly with the DiRT series, took part in the production of the game as well. The story pays tribute to one of the franchise's most iconic installments, Need for Speed: Underground, focusing entirely on illegal street races. The player is taken to the fictional city of Blackridge, controlled by five street-level gangs. The player's task is to defeat subsequent opponents in a series of racing challenges, which come in several variants. As usual, the players receive a massive number of licensed cars - divided into five classes here, each having their own garage, performance and visual upgrade counterparts. Although the game is free-to-play, the player's car runs out of fuel relatively fast, which is the main limitation the game brings.

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Naruto X Boruto: Ninja Voltage (AND)
Naruto X Boruto: Ninja Voltage (AND)

Action December 2017

Naruto x Boruto: Ninja Voltage is a mobile game developed by Bandai Namco. The title was designed with multiplayer mode in mind. It enables the player to fight for user-built fortresses. Before the combat starts, the players are preparing the battlefields, for example by setting traps in strategic locations. The game features a cooperation mode in which the players join forces to fight against enemies controlled by the artificial intelligence. Naruto x Boruto: Ninja Voltage features many characters known from Naruto universe. The graphics are similar to the animated original as well – they feature high quality portraits and beautifully animated cutscenes that can be watched between the fights. The game uses a free-to-play distribution model. It also features optional microtransactions.

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Assassin's Creed: Identity (AND)
Assassin's Creed: Identity (AND)

RPG 18 May 2016

A spin-off to the Ubisoft's bestselling franchise, developed exclusively for mobile platforms. In contrast to the full-fledged installments in the series, Identity is a combination of an action game and RPG, set in the Renaissance period in Italy. In the game you control your own Assassin, representing one of four character classes. Your job is to complete randomly generated missions divided into several types. In contrast to other mobile iterations of the series, Assassin’s Creed: Identity offers gameplay similar to the major installments. It is set in a carefully recreated Renaissance town, where the hero moves around using the iconic freerun techniques. The equipment plays an essential role, and a significant part of it can be created by the player using a simple crafting system. Additionally, the game features 2 separate control systems.

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The Elder Scrolls: Legends (AND)
The Elder Scrolls: Legends (AND)

Strategy 01 June 2017

A strategy card game set in the universe of a well-known RPG series that has been developed since 1994 by Bethesda Softworks. In terms of game mechanics, The Elder Scrolls: Legends takes after the competing Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft, and the gameplay comes down to dueling with a self-built deck of cards representing heroes, equipment, spells, skills etc. The game combines storytelling elements and characters known from previous installment of the series, such as the legendary Morrowind, Oblivion, and Skyrim, as well as The Elders Scrolls Online.

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Terra Battle 2 (AND)
Terra Battle 2 (AND)

RPG 21 September 2017

The second installment in the jRPG series developed by Mistwalker – a company established by Hironobu Sakaguchi, the creator of the Final Fantasy series. In terms of its plot, Terra Battle 2 is not a direct continuation of its predecessor and takes the player to an entirely new fantasy world. The fate of this realm hangs by a thread as the dark creatures previously turned to stone are brought back to life. A player assumes control over a group of heroes who set off on an adventure to stop the threat and restore the order all over the world. The gameplay is based on the mechanics known from the first installment and builds on exploring vast maps and fighting numerous foes. The battles feature a turn-based system; however, players get at their disposal a wider range of battle strategies, including the ability to set a fighting formation before the battle itself. The entire experience is well complemented by the character development mechanics known from the first installment that is based on the profession system.

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Noblemen: 1896 (AND)
Noblemen: 1896 (AND)

Strategy 31 August 2017

A mobile strategy-action game by Foursaken Media. Noblemen: 1896 is set in an alternative version of the late 19th century, combining steampunk themes with elements based on World War I and the American Civil War. The game does not feature a typical story campaign; you lead one of the factions during a great conflict. In terms of mechanics, there are two aspects of the gameplay. The first aspect is a strategic one, in which you train your armies, move them around the map, manage your resources, and conquer more areas. The mode is additionally varied by collecting and using special cards. When two armies meet, the game switches into battle mode, combining the elements of shooter games and RTS, and you control one of the soldiers, using a wide range of firearms.

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Mobile Legends: Bang bang (AND)
Mobile Legends: Bang bang (AND)

Action 14 July 2016

Mobile Legends: Bang Bang is a mobile MOBA game (teams of 5 players face each other) developed by Moonton. Representatives of all kinds of specializations can meet on the game's arenas. Nothing stands in our way if we want to play as a tank, taking almost all of the enemy damage, a ranged mage or archer, a stealthy assassin, or a support that uses defensive abilities to aid his team in battle. Matches are five minutes long. We will achieve victory by skillfully using our hero and cooperating with our team mates. If we loose our Internet connection, our hero will be controlled by the game's advanced artificial intelligence.

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Slither.io (AND)
Slither.io (AND)

Arcade 25 March 2016

Co-developed by Steve Howse and Thorntree Studios, an arcade game resembling the popular mobile and browser hit Agar.io. During the game you are in control of a small snake which grows by eating bright points. Apart from yours, there are other snakes on the map and in order to win, you have to eat what remains of the bigger ones. The only problem is that they die only if they touch other creatures with their heads, so your objective is to maneuver your snake in a way that will make others run into you. This can be achieved with a number of techniques. There is no final purpose to the game, so you can play till the Earth stops turning. Similarly to the aforementioned production by M28 studio, Slither.io features minimalistic visuals. Even though they are simple, they still can give an ample scope for showing your brains and skill.

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Idle Heroes (AND)
Idle Heroes (AND)

RPG 22 June 2016

An role-playing game utilizing a free-to-play model with microtransactions, developed by Chinese studio Droidhang. The game is set in a dangerous fantasy world. Your task is to travel through eight realms full of various monsters. Fortunately, you can use the help of many heroes with varied abilities and powers. You create a team, which automatically fights the beast, so it is important to train them. To make it easier, there is a special system, which allows you to train your heroes even when you're not actively playing, resulting in your team getting stronger upon re-starting the game. Idle heroes features a PvE mode, a PvP mode, and a co-op mode, in which you attack powerful boss enemies together with your friends. There is also a player ranking, and your position depends on your results in the Arena mode.

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Total War Battles: Kingdom (AND)
Total War Battles: Kingdom (AND)

Strategy 24 March 2016

The second installment in a spin-off subseries belonging to the Total War franchise, designed mainly for mobile devices. Both titles were created by a separate development team working under Creative Assembly. In contrast to the original game, this one focuses entirely on online gameplay and PvP competition. The game takes you back to 10th century. You become a leader of a small country, who has to take care of its development and security. Your goal is to conquer new lands and turn them into bustling, productive terrains. The game offers expanded strategic gameplay, allowing you to not only construct buildings, gather resources, and expand your army, but also use diplomacy, spies, and intrigues against your allies and foes alike. In terms of visuals, unlike the previous edition, this one looks more akin to a full-fledged Total War game.

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The Walking Dead: March to War (AND)
The Walking Dead: March to War (AND)

Strategy 31 August 2017

The Walking Dead: March to War is a free-to-play mobile multiplayer strategy game based on The Walking Dead franchise. It was developed by Disruptor Beam, a studio known for games like Game of Thrones Ascent or Star Trek Timelines. March to War has optional microtransactions. The game takes place near Washington, D.C. some time after the zombie epidemic began. We lead a group of survivors and try to keep them alive in their post-apocalyptic reality. In order to do so, we will have to extend and upgrade our base, manage our resources, and do missions. We will also have to find and recruit other survivors. Each of them has their own story, personality, and abilities which we can level up. All deaths are permanent, so losing a high level survivor can be painful. The so-called Council system plays a crucial role in the game. The Council is made of characters we know from the comic books. Each of them is a skilled survivor, making them great leaders of mission squads. It is almost impossible to achieve victory by playing by ourselves. The Walking Dead: March to War forces to create alliances with other players in order to defeat common enemies.

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Hearthstone (AND)
Hearthstone (AND)

Logic 17 December 2014

A card logic game set in the fantasy universe of Azeroth, known from the Warcraft franchise. The game was developed by Blizzard Entertainment company, who mention the cult card game Magic: The Gathering as one of their major inspirations. Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft lets you pick one of the nine available character classes and build you own deck of cards, which you can use in battles against the AI (tutorials) or living opponents (duels, tournaments). Gameplay mechanics are based on a set of easy to learn rules. Victory is rewarded with new cards. The game is based on free-to-play model with optional microtransactions, which means that although you can play Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft for free, some elements require payment.

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SimCity BuildIt (AND)
SimCity BuildIt (AND)

Strategy 16 December 2014

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Age of Empires: World Domination (AND)
Age of Empires: World Domination (AND)

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A mobile real time strategy game developed by the Singapore-based studio KLab Global using the license of the Microsoft's cult strategy series. In the game, the player takes control of one of the great historical civilizations and his task is to develop its power and lead it to world domination. The player can choose from Celts, Brits, Vikings, Japanese, Chinese, Franks, Saracen, and Huns. Each nation has its own technology tree, buildings, and units, among which there are also legendary historical characters with unique abilities. As in other games of the series, gameplay in Age of Empires: World Domination consists mostly of gathering resources, developing the nation's economy, and participating in battles which, despite being much smaller than in PC installments of the series, offer a significant tactical depth. The game is available for free and based on the free-to-play model with additional microtransactions.

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Top Gear: Road Trip (AND)
Top Gear: Road Trip (AND)

Logic 07 September 2017

A mobile logic game developed by the Finnish Motorious Entertainment. As the title suggests, the game is based on the popular TV show – Top Gear, aired by BBC Britain. In Top Gear Road, a player gets to travel across Great Britain, France, Italy, and other regions of Europe. During the game, one not only visits the aforementioned territories but also participates in multiple races, acquires new cars, and completes tasks based on the challenges from the TV show. When playing the game, a player has access to two separate parts of the screen – on the first one, he observes the action from the inside of a car, which allows him to control the situation on the track and quickly react to anything that might happen (the driving mechanics are typical for match-3 games). The bottom part of the screen is populated with colorful symbols, which players have to manipulate in order to create combinations of minimum 3 the same icons. Such sequences influence the movement of the driven car. What is worth mentioning, particular tracks can be completed multiple times in order to beat one’s best scores, as well as those set by players from all around the world.

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