With the coming of the cooler weather came a multitude of extraordinary mobile games. From card games to space battles, November was overall filled to the brim with various mobile games. After a thorough look at a vast majority of them, we have come up with the 10 best mobile games of November 2020.
I’m not much of a fan of solitaire but Gnomitaire has made stacking cards a lot more interesting and enticing. Players have to build up their deck of cards and must attempt to stack them into applicable orders to win, all the while a devilish looking Gnome looks at the player hoping that they will fail to match card numbers. The game was fun to play and I enjoyed trying out how to remember to play ordinary solitaire in this new manner.
#9: Shredded Streets
This game was very fun and rather interesting. The ability to do “sick” skateboard moves while catching coins and getting a higher score each time was given a since of stress by trying to avoid civilians, police, and vehicles that would otherwise trip up the skateboarder. Also, players have to ability to change the skin of their character.
Shredded Streets is available for free on IOS.
#8: DeLight: The Journey Home
DeLight: The Journey Home was more of a serious and emotional game. Players are put into the position of a little blind girl who has been separated from her family during an era of war and poverty. The goal of the girl is to find her way home, and luckily for the little girl she has a friend to help her along: a dog named Deli. Through the game I came to appreciate the function of my own eyes and find myself also thankful that I don’t also have to wake up in a war torn state. All in all DeLight: The Journey Home was a fun game to explore.
#7: Fruit Ninja 2
Fruit Ninja 2 brought back so many fun memories from years ago when I played the original. However, this new addition has brought many new and exciting factors to the game. Players will have the ability to create a garden for various fruits, change your personal fruit ninja skin, change your ninja blade skin, and now play in various other new and enticing, or should I say “dicing,” game modes.
#6: Space Marshals 3
Space Marshals 3 focuses on taking out criminals across the galaxy, but the space marshals have to be wary as the criminals will have their underlings on the hunt for any who intrude upon their turf. With various weaponry, and the ability to go about the game how it best suits you is a real fun aspect of the game.
#5: Cracke Rush
As a fan of runner games, Cracke Rush was a fun and even more entertaining runner game then any I have played before. Play as a panicked daddy ostrich named Ed who is yet again on the run after his eggs. As any other runner game the object is to leap, dodge, and eat as many hot peppers you can to recieve a new high score. The game was absolutely fantastic and I would highly recommend it.
#4: Forsaken World: Gods and Demons
The amount of detail put forward into this game is astounding. Players are able to pick their character from classes and from those classes they are able to choose various masteries. Forsaken World: Gods and Demons even has a vast array of character customization, so when your battling it out with the Storm Legion, Warrior Factions, and even separate guilds you’ll have your most powerful weapon: your stylish personality. If one area of the world doesn’t suit your needs, you can fly to an area in game that will.
#3 Heroes War CounterAttack
In a world where Humans, Super Humans, and Zombies have it out for one another; it’s up to heroes to try and make peace between the factions. Players have to choose between two factions: the Union and the Harz. The Union is the all human faction, and the Harz is the faction of super humans. With all types of cool heroes, various abilities to upgrade, and unique gear to collect this game is loads of fun.
#2 MO: Astray
MO: Astray is a down right beautiful game, from its unique art style to its unique type gameplay; the game is no less than an absolute masterpiece. Players take on the role of a gelatinous mass known as MO. MO awakens lost and with no memory of what it is, players must help MO find out what has happened to the human world that has been taken over by parasitic aliens. Yet while you go about the game, a presence can be felt, an eerie figure lurks in the shadows watching you, and it is up to the player to solve all the puzzles and figure out the shocking truth.
The whole time playing the Forager, I felt like I was back playing Minecraft, Legend of Zelda, and oddly Pokémon. This game is absolutely astounding when it comes to gameplay and visuals. Players will start out on a singular island with a basically limitless supply of resources (though it will take time to respawn materials). Players will then be able to upgrade various skills to gain the ability to create items and even buy land. So much work was put into the game and it shows tremendously; from the character needing food to day and night cycles. This game is an absolute favorite and I would others to at least check it out.
Forager is available on IOS for $7.99.