Time, although limited, has to be spent one way or another. While some people might frown at the idea of spending time on ‘unproductive’ yet fun things, there are plenty who’d agree. Playing games have always been an activity for leisure. We play games when we want to take a short break from any daily task we do. (image source)
Some gaming consoles can be too expensive to purchase. However, the great thing about games is that a lot of great ones are available in mobile versions.
Here are some of the best games for mobile users:
Call of Duty: Mobile
Call of Duty is a game most millennials grew up playing. While it’s been around for a very long time, it came as a special gift to gamers when its developer announced that a mobile version will be released sometime this year. It was released on October 1, 2019, globally, and immediately, fans have downloaded the game and enjoyed the familiar gameplay.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds or better known as PUBG is one of the defining battle royale (BR) style games in the history of online gaming. Not only is it entertaining, but most reviews about PUBG note of its masterful gameplay and features. Although others say that battle/shooting games are not really different from each other, PUBG definitely offers more, proven by its large fanbase.
Mobile Legends Bang Bang
Released in 2016, Mobile Legends reached new heights in popularity all over Asia, especially in the Southeast region. It is a multiplayer online battle arena mobile game that offers a variety of playable heroes, game modes, and intense, fast-paced gameplay. The game’s community feature which allows in-game live streaming is also one of the reasons why it gained a huge following, although being a relatively new game.
Check out this epic gameplay.
Minecraft: Pocket Edition
Another classic game on the list, Minecraft’s popularity never dwindled since its release in 2011. The reason behind its popularity could be that players don’t have definite tasks to accomplish which gives them complete freedom to do whatever they like within the game. Players also have the option to play survival mode and creative mode. From building houses to huge flying infrastructures such as the recent flying meatball Youtuber and gamer Pewdiepie created, the possibilities are endless in the Minecraft universe.
Check this to learn how to tame a cat on Minecraft.
Youtube is all the buzz there is in today’s time. In fact, there is a recent survey that shows that most American kids nowadays prefer to become Youtubers than being astronauts. Youtubers, contrary to popular belief, also struggle in boosting their craft. Pewdiepie’s Tuber Simulator gives a peek into the life of being creative on the popular video-sharing platform. Although it doesn’t really touch on the whole “creative process”, the appeal of the game is about strategizing on how to gain more views and subscribers.