There are a lot of great mobile games on the market these days Chinabased. Many of them offer innovative gameplay and beautiful graphics, but some offer challenging tasks that even seasoned players can take on. The team at Critical Bay has compiled a list of the best action games for both existing and new players, putting them in perspective so you can make the right decision when buying your next iOS or Android game.
Playhouse Diner – Bloodborne Monkey Madness
One of the best selling games of all time, Playhouse Diner is back in a big way with its newest installment, Bloodborne. The basic idea is that you play as a diner who lives in the South potential Linear Islands. You’re tasked with keeping the food supplies of the other players at all times, while simultaneously taking their orders. Theseries was critically acclaimed, and got a sequel, Monkey Madness, with many fan favorites returning in Monkey Madness: Isle of the Coffin. Newcomers ghosts, zombies, and other previously unmentioned characters make this a must-play for fans of the series.
Zombie Connection – Just Cause 3
Just Cause 3 is, in many ways, the original, and one of the most popular games of all time. It has retained much of its appeal in modern times, with zombie games such aszombie series and justin’smordercan be a part of many video games’ collectable cards. Just Cause 3 is now available for both iOS and Android devices, and it’s a classic for both devices’ respective markets. The challenge of surviving through a hordes of zombies and treacherous rooftops is great fun, and Just Cause 3 continues to hold up well today.
Super MeatBoy – ico
Super MeatBoy is a smash hit on iOS, and its sequel, Super Meatboy: Ultimate Edition, is equally as popular. The core gameplay is the same as ever, but Super MeatBoy: Ultimate Edition adds in some helpful extra touches, like a scorestreak and online leaderboards. The update also adds a new character called Skeletor, who was voiced by Michael Keaton in the classic film, and is very reminiscent of the character in Williams The Wizard. Another classic that got a physical release, SuperMeatBoy: Ultimate Edition gets updated regularly in both Android and iOS, and is still an excellent value.
YoYo Games II: Space Tossin’ & Popin’ – ico
YoYo Games II: Space Tossin’ & Popin’ is a throwback to old school action games, where you toss and Pop into the mix for some extra fun. The original released on the Nintendo Entertainment System, and it has been a long time since anyone has put a studio-quality application to market with it. However, YoYo Games II: Space Tossin’ & Popin’ is a different type of fun, as players rotate their character to every direction, instead of the usual left- or right-handed directions. It is a very original concept, and one that has been imitated and perfect for modern games.
Star Control: The Complete Collection – ica
Star Control is a classic, and has sold over 10 million copies around the world. It is one of the more universally recognized games of all time, having won multiple awards and been included in thousands of games. The Complete Collection, though, updates everything you ever loved about Star Control, with new content and features, while also adding a few twists and turns that make it stand out. The Aranhtra Case, the Third Age, the Darkness of War, and much more are all included in this collection, making it one of the most highly desired titles of all time.
The selection of games on this list is Hybrid, which is a hybrid of action and strategy games. There are plenty of games that fall into that category, but there are also plenty of games that are more like a traditional strategy game, complete with AI and unit design. These are games that are challenging enough, but don’t try to please everyone, as everyone’s style and speed target will be different. So, if you’re looking for a challenge, this is the game for you. Now, you might be asking yourself, “What’s the point of all this?” and “Is it a good or bad thing?” From my perspective, it’s a good thing because it allows older players to relive the magic of the original games while adding some much-needed new blood. It also allows a younger audience to get a significant step forward in the series. As for the other side, the games have aged remarkably well and are still some of the most fun I’ve had with a game in a long, long time. I’ve never considered myself a expert on games, but I’ve always found them fun and challenging, and I highly recommend them to anyone who wants a good time.