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Experts Tell Us the Best Mobile Games

This article showcases our top picks for the Best Mobile Games. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

League of Legends: Wild Rift

This product was recommended by Matthew Paxton from Hypernia

League of Legends: Wild Rift lets you experience Riot’s popular game on mobile. It’s a 5v5 MOBA where you strategize with your team to destroy the enemy’s base or Nexus. The game is really easy to pick up for MOBA fans and news players alike as it is loaded with tutorials that go through every aspect of the game. It’s really a genuinely good and fun game to play whether you’re playing solo, with friends, or testing your skills and how you match against other players. You can also earn in-game cosmetics just by playing and not paying a single cent. There’s absolutely no pay-to-win, the only benefit to spending money is that you can unlock champions faster and buy skins for your favorite ones. It’s available for both Apple and Android users!

Pokémon GO

This product was recommended by Roger Senpai from The Senpai Blog

My favorite mobile game to play with friends is Pokémon GO! You can do so many things with friends with the game. Some things include: sending gifts to friends, trading Pokémon, battling each other and fighting strong Pokémon bosses in raids. Recently, the developers of Pokémon GO (Niantic) have created a system where you can battle remotely, meaning you can play with your friends while social distancing. This is huge, as it makes an already-fun game even more safe to play with friends and family.

Family Guy- Another Freakin’ Mobile Game

This product was recommended by Sean Harris from Swing Coaches

I enjoyed playing this game because it is a mind-boggling swap-and-play game that has storylines and side quests. The graphics of this game are great too. It is also nice to earn collectibles on this game because it unlocks iconic character costumes, coins, boosters, Family Guy storylines, and more. You can try this game and I am sure you will also love it.

Chained Cars Speed Racing – Chain Break Driving

This product was recommended by Darrian Wilkins from Kitchen Fold

This mobile game is challenging. It is not the typical type of racing game that you can see. This racing game is not about who is the fastest but it is about who can drive the car while not letting the chain break off, which is connected to both cars. Keeping my eye on the other car all the time while jumping off on race tracks makes this concept of chained cars exciting.

Code of War: Online Shooter

This product was recommended by Peter James Manzano from Rizereviews

Try your skills and mastery in the dynamic online action versus other players from the whole world! Become the best and achieve first places in the global leaderboard. Improve your mastery and skills of your fighter to become more powerful! Fight shoulder by shoulder with your friends and achieve the higher ranks of the leaderboard in the modern online action game Code of War! Invite your friends and play together ABSOLUTELY FOR FREE!

Among Us

This product was recommended by Jack Miller from How I Get Rid Of

This one’s a huge hit among young people today. Think of it like a more colorful, kid-friendly murder mystery game. You play as a little cartoon astronaut and you try to figure out who among your group is the impostor. This game is so entertaining, that even US representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is one of its more popular players.

New York Times Crossword

This product was recommended by Jack Miller from How I Get Rid Of

Now, this one’s for the left-brained folks who want an old-school experience. Yes, these are actually puzzles lifted from the New York Times, and they will challenge you to use that noggin. Studies say games like crossword puzzles can help curb the development of neurodegenerative diseases, so here you go.

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Written by Zak Parker

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