Top 5 Mobile Games You Didn’t Know About

Top 5 Mobile Games You Didn’t Know About

There are a surprisingly good number of awesome mobile games available on both the iOS and Android platforms. However, it’s not always easy to dig through the clutter and discover these gems. Well, we’re here to help. Here are the top 5 mobile games you probably did not know about, and should definitely play.

1. Vandals

Score – 8.5/10 | Platform – Android/iOS

Vandals is an infiltration game that will transport you to the most emblematic cities of street art. In this turn-based game, the aim is to sneak around police surveillance and spray walls that grow harder and harder to access.

From Paris to Tokyo, via São Paulo, Berlin and New York, follow in the wake of ultra-famous street artists like Blek Le Rat and Keith Haring.
With Vandals, you can bomb your alias on the walls of New York like Lady Pink, paint childlike characters like Keith Haring, or get inspired by the poems of Miss.Tic and write your own.

2. Bombarika

Score – 8.0/10 | Platform – Android/iOS

Experience the fun of saving various houses in the world of BOMBARIKA. The game starts with a Classic Bomb, which randomly drops in one particular place in the house. Most of the objects come alive in the game to help save the house from the destruction (while the humans are oblivious). Every object has different characteristics, such as pushing and blocking. Using these objects looks easy, but finding the exit in little time makes the game challenging. A variety of bombs and power-ups can be unlocked by RIKAS (collectibles) in the shop. Duplex houses, hidden rooms, multiple bombs in a single level, bonus levels, and many more fun things can be experienced in the higher levels. Simple, minimalist levels will bring happiness, joy, and calm when playing BOMBARIKA.

3. Mini Metro 

Score – 7/10 | Platform – Android/iOS

Mini Metro is a minimalistic subway layout game. Your small city starts with only three unconnected stations. Your task is to draw routes between the stations to connect them with subway lines. Everything but the line layout is handled automatically; trains run along the lines as quickly as they can, and the commuters decide which trains to board and where to make transfers.

4. Lichtspeer.

Score – 8.5/10 | Platform – Android/iOS/PlayStation

In a land filled with Penguin Vikings, Wurst Zombies, and Hipster Ice Giants, survival is an art. Fortunately, an ancient champion with an elegant weapon has been summoned to please the gods and restore balance to the universe.

Grab your lightspear, become a Germonaut and traverse through lands straight out of Germanic myths. Survive with style and expand your powers to fight for the glory and amusement of the almighty gods.

AIM. SHOOT. KILL. DIE. THE LICHTGODS DEMAND IT.

5. Ridiculous Fishing 

Score – 7.5/10 | Platform – iOS

Players cast a fishing line into the ocean and use motion controls to avoid fish as the hook sinks and to catch as many fish as possible as the reel retracts. Players then touch the screen to shoot fish out of the sky for money that can be spent on upgrades. Nijman developed the idea during a television show about tuna fishermen.

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Sep 06, 2018
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