As technology has moved on in recent years, so has gaming. While the years of old saw us move from arcades to home-consoles, a lot of gaming is now focused on smartphones. With smartphones incorporated heavy technology and hardware, gaming from the convenience of your palm has become extremely popular.
Therefore, we have compiled a small list of the top games of 2019 which received commendable responses with great gaming experience.
Call of Duty Mobile
The most hyped game of the year and therefore the first in the list is Call of Duty Mobile. After winning the hearts of console and PC gaming lovers, Call of Duty decided to enter the smartphone market. And it rightfully won hearts of all smartphone gaming lovers. It broke the market of PUBG which was the most popular action game before Call of Duty was launched.
For those who love playing with their ears as well as their fingers, Vectronom did the trick. Some games do not receive the same promotion and attention as others and therefore go unnoticed despite being good. Vectronom is one of them, however, it still managed to make our list as the popularity speaks for itself.
Available on mobile as well as computers via Stream.
The story begins with your character’s arrival in Pelican Town, where you have decided to take over your grandfather’s simple family farm. You are then allowed to build your character as well as your farm. It brings back the nostalgic vibes from the times of FarmVille on Facebook and Miniclip.
The game can be played on almost any platform, going from Android and iOS, Windows and MacOS, all the way up to Xbox and PS4!.
Crashland was released in 2016 and it’s still among the best Android games ever made. It is also available to play on iOS. It features an intergalactic trucker that ends up crash-landed on an alien planet. Your job is to find out what’s going on, build yourself a base, collect various items (and craft them), and save the world from a nefarious plot. It has an RPG element for character development, tons of items that you can collect and craft, and an auto-managing inventory.
Minecraft is a popular game all around the world for people of all ages. For those who have never played, Minecraft puts you in a giant world where you mine stuff, build stuff, beat up bad guys, and do pretty much whatever you want. There is a survival mode where you must mine your own resources and food along with a creative mode that gives you unlimited everything. Frequent updates have added tons of new content and possibilities. The game is pretty much on par with its PC and console counterparts. In fact, you can play on multiplayer servers with people on those platforms. Nifty. There are in-app purchases, but they’re usually just for customization things like skin packs.
What is amazing about Minecraft is that it is being used by the younger kids as both a way to learn new tech and explore the world of gaming in a way not seen before. The game is so popular that a few years ago, Microsoft acquired Mojang, the company that made it.
It is available to be played on Windows, Linux as well as MacOS.
Much like everything else has moved to the smartphone, so has the world of online gaming that takes the form of bingo slots. A game that used to be targeted towards a certain generation has now become a very common attraction to everyone. With the new younger audience becoming involved with this, the game has not only taken the world by storm, but there are even VR options out there.
What game would you like to add to the above list?