Smartphone games are a topic that always allows you to talk about yourself. This is logical because when you have a smartphone, it is simply a sin not to play on it. Especially when you are traveling in transport and it is simply not convenient or you do not want to do the reading, study, or something more useful than games. I just want to relax and unwind. Even at home, it is sometimes very pleasant to just play on your smartphone. Many say that they do not play, as it is not serious, but they are, to put it mildly, dissembling since almost everyone who is allowed by his device is playing. This week has ended another month of this challenging year, and this is a great opportunity to talk about the best games of September 2020. Let’s take a look at what we could have missed and chosen what we will play in October.
Abyssrium World: Tap Tap Fish – Relaxing Game
Abyssrium World: Tap Tap Fish is a simulation game that boasts a relaxing storyline. The action takes place underwater and the players create their own small ecosystem. You build colonies to produce air bubbles that keep your fish clean and healthy.
There are also various elements of the surroundings such as algae and corals. For the most part, play is a way to relax. It is even advertised that way. The game has in-app purchases, but you can use it without them. So just play and enjoy what is happening on the screen of your smartphone.
Baseball Superstars 2020 – How To Play Baseball
Everyone has heard about baseball, but few people know how to play it. Nevertheless, it is almost the most popular sport in America. In this case, we are dealing with a typical mobile role-playing game. You collect different baseball coaches, put together a team, and organize its work.
There is a team management feature that allows you to upgrade your players along with many customization elements to make your team unique. The gameplay elements are fine. They won’t blow your head off or make you think too much, but they are useful for the genre of the game. As is often the case, there are in-app purchases, but you can progress without it if you give the game enough time and effort.
Company of Heroes – the strategy for Android
Company of Heroes is a game worthy of the compilation of games we published last week, but it got here. This is a rare premium mobile real-time strategy game. This is a full-fledged version of a mid-2000s PC game set during World War II.
Players are sending troops against the Nazis. There will be 15 missions in total, starting on D-Day and going through the European Theater of War. Some of the battles are also based on the real battles of the war. The game is a little on the pricey side, but it’s a fully functional real-time strategy game with no additional in-app purchases.
Lord of Heroes – RPG for Android
Lord of Heroes is a mobile RPG game that goes against the genre’s tradition a bit. You do not take characters from the pool as usual, but earn them by fulfilling in-game criteria. The plot is a bit down-to-earth, but it is well-designed, and the characters are not too similar to those often found in mobile RPGs.
The controls and mechanics are reliable as well, although some people have reported lagging on lower-end devices. But this is a free game. While some of the in-app purchases are absurdly expensive, most often you can do without them, and that’s the most important thing.
Mousebusters – Horror
Mousebusters is a horror adventure about a group of mice training ghosts from an apartment building. Already cool, huh? It’s a game with a fairly linear storyline. You just move around the map, find things, and progress according to the plot.
It’s not an overly difficult game and has a lot more emphasis on history than mechanics. You won’t be able to complete it completely for free and sooner or later you will be led to in-house purchases to complete the game, but you can get pretty far before you have to pay anything. Consider the free version of an extended free trial. So it will be much easier to treat her.
Tom Clancy’s Elite Squad – Multiplayer Strategy
Tom Clancy’s Elite Squad is Ubisoft’s latest game. In some ways, it is pretty standard for its genre. Players collect characters from different games (both villains and protagonists), create a team, and fight new bad guys.
There are clans for multiplayer games, as well as an arena. Unfortunately, the strategy elements of the game are not very pronounced, and this is a little disappointing. Plus, even weeks after release, the game still suffers from some nasty bugs. It has great potential, but it might be worth the wait a bit. Then you will be able to more fully feel everything that is in it.
Trivia Cars – Car Quiz
Trivia Cars is another mobile quiz game. It has over two million questions, weekly multiplayer events, cars to upgrade and customize, and tons of social elements to keep things even more fun.
The game basically works like most quizzes. In it, you need to answer questions. If it doesn’t work out, you have lost. True, some questions are very imprecise. As a result, you can answer them in different ways, but there is only one correct answer. This doesn’t happen all the time, but it is common enough to be annoying. If the devs fix the problem, it will be a good quiz.
Zoo Guardians – How to Watch Animals on Android
Zoo Guardians is a simulation game in which players build a zoo and observe animals. First, you build a zoo, then you settle animals in it and then you manage what came out of it. In ordinary life, it happens.
Players are responsible for the health of the animals as well as the “health” of the zoo itself. You have to complete various quests, including rescuing animals in difficult situations. True, the game is still quite new and the developers need to fix some bugs. Not all missions work correctly, and the game sometimes freezes even on top flagships. But it has huge potential if the developers fix it.