10 Best Mobile Games of 2021
Anyone who has a smartphone likely has a range of mobile phone games installed. Mobile games are designed to be fun and entertaining to pass the time when you have nothing better to do. There are plenty of free games available as well as in-app and paid-for services. Like any platform, some mobile games become instant hits and stand the test of time, but of course, developers are keen to make new releases which either become massive hits or gigantic failures. So, if you’re looking for some new games this year, here are the current top 10 best mobile phone games for 2021.
1. Super Fowlst 2
This is a free-to-play game that’s available for both Android and iOS devices. It is a platform-style game built with an arcade look and feel where you become a demon obsessed with killing chickens. We’re not quite sure what these poor innocent creatures have done to deserve such a hammering, but you have plenty of scopes to exercise your creativity with comical graphics as she decides how best to kill them. You can body slam them, explode bombs at them, dress up as a robot chicken, or pinball about your way around the screen to kill off these little creatures.
Although this game will set you back £3.49, it is well worth the money. Again, you can get this from the App Store or Google Play, and it is a fun game of hiding and seek with A twist. Once you set the game in motion, you will be randomly dropped, virtually of course, in a location anywhere around the world picked from Google Maps Street View location services. You must determine where you are as quickly as possible to earn your points.
3. Dadish 2
For fans of retro-style platform games, this free-to-play offering is well worth a second look. Your character is a dad radish who needs to rescue his radish children from all sorts of strange scenarios. It’s kind of like Mario but quite a lot more basic, which is probably why it’s free. However, it is good fun.
4. Tiny Bird Garden
It’s extremely cute and very simple, and thankfully it doesn’t cost anything either. The aim of the game is to customize your garden to attract many different birds. You can create houses, food, spaces for them to sit and chat, and many other whimsical interactions. This game is available for both iOS and Android devices.
5. Bloons TD 6
This game certainly has better graphics than some of the other mobile offerings, but it will set you back £4.99. It is a tower defense game presented in 3D and is great fun. There are plenty of characters on offer to help you, including sniper monkeys, helicopter pilots, and balloons everywhere.
6. Among Us
Described as mafia on a spaceship, this is a viral multiplayer game that enjoyed 10 minutes of fame when it was first launched. So, from your spaceship location, you are given tasks to ensure the smooth running of your ride as well as trying to expose impostors because they are busy trying to kill off your crew members. At the end of every round, a vote is held to see who the impostor is, and should you be among those who guessed correctly, you win. It’s that simple.
7. Path of Exile Mobile
If you want something a little more sophisticated, consider the Path of Exile Mobile. It is produced by grinding gear games and has been designed to avoid the irritation that is in-app purchasing. It is already a popular desktop game and is a role-playing outing, but this version is intended to be epic for mobile phones.
8. Stardew Valley
If you want to escape your current world, head over to Stardew Valley and build yourself a new one. You can create a farm and enjoy the scenery of farm life. It’s cute, and it passes the time, but it will cost you £4.99.
9. Monument Valley 2
All last two choices are perfect for escaping the day-to-day grind and simply relaxing. Monument valley two sees you guiding a mother and child as they cross through a magical world of puzzles. Your time is almost meditative, and there’s undoubtedly no stress or strain involved. It is simply a delight to play. This game is available for both Android and iOS devices and will cost £4.99.
Although punctuation is not high on the developer’s list, Thisissand is a peaceful, tranquil way to spend your time. It’s also entirely free from the App Store and Google Play. Again, it is a meditative style app where you must shift sand of various colors and create stunning images and patterns to rest your brain from the daily grind of life. It is just beautiful.