The Best 10 Android and iOS Games in 2020

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1-World Robot Boxing 2

World Robot Boxing 2 is just that, a robot boxing game. So far, reviews aren’t very positive, and for a good reason. Not only is this a buggy release, but the graphics and mechanics aren’t that great either. While the game’s developer boasts that there are 66 robots in the title, there are only six, and everything else is just a simple reskin. Talk about lazy, but then again, we are discussing a no-name F2P mobile game, so I guess it’s expected.

 

 

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2-Smash Cars!

Smash Cars is another casual release from VOODOO this week, and just as you would suspect, this is a game all about smashing cars. Actually, it’s a game about avoiding the many ways you can smash your car, but smash them you will, regardless. Basically, this is a casual game where you’ll hold your thumb on the screen to move forward, and once you near an obstacle, just take your thumb off the screen to stop. If you manage to get past each barrier without crashing, then you win and get to move on to the next level.

 

 

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3-King Shakir: Istanbul

Apparently, King Shakir is some sort of animated Cartoon Network show, and so King Shakir: Istanbul is the latest branded endless runner to arrive on the Play Store. I mean, at this point, it’s clear that most devs have completely run out of ideas when every branded title is either an endless runner, an idle game, or an auto-strategy game. Devs need to come up with new genres to slap their brands on in the mobile gaming world. Honestly, the absence of original ideas on the Play Store is getting pretty ridiculous, and stale games like King Shakir aren’t helping.

 

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4-Slingsters

Slingsters is a slightly older release that we’ve yet to cover, which is why I’ve placed it in today’s roundup. It’s a puzzle game, and it plays a heck of a lot like the game Cut the Rope, but the interesting bit is that there is also a slingshot mechanic in this title, which blurs the line between Cut the Rope and Angry Birds, and it’s all wrapped up in a competent level-based puzzle game. There are 30 levels to explore, but the game does contain powerups and an in-app purchase shop, though I never felt like anything in the shop was necessary to advance.

 

 

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5-Legend Summoners Premium

DIVMOB, the studio that published the well-known Zombie Age titles, has just published a new game this week, and it’s called Legend Summoners Premium. The reason this is a “premium” release is so that DIVMOB can regularly list this game on sale for better placement on the Play Store, a cheap trick used by many unscrupulous devs. So if you’re interested in this generic collection game, I’d at least suggest waiting to pick it up until it inevitably goes on sale.

 

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6-Wild Words

Wild Words is a word-based puzzle game built to challenge everyone’s vocabulary. The title plays similarly to a crossword puzzle or the game Hangman since it will be your job to guess the words that will fit in the blank boxes displayed in the middle of your screen. Clues are offered at the top of the screen, so really, the gameplay simply comes down to finding the correct words that fit in the spaces provided.

 

 

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7-Downhill Chill

Downhill Chill is the latest release from VOODOO, a well-known casual game publisher that absolutely loves to stuff its games with ads. As expected, Downhill Chill is a casual winter sports release filled with ads, though you can remove them through an in-app purchase. For the most part, this is an enjoyable, yet simple, skiing and snowboarding game that’s easy to control, and even throws a few boss fights in the mix to keep things interesting as you play through its 200 or so levels.

 

 

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8-Shallot Town

Shallot Town is an adorable town-builder that just entered into early access this week. Not only will you get to design and build your own town, but you’ll also get to collect villagers, decorate their houses, and play minigames. So it would seem this title mixes the simulation of a city-builder with the casual fun of a game like Animal Crossing. Just keep in mind that Shallot Town’s in-app purchases aren’t available just yet, so now is probably the best time to play before the entire game is monetized.

 

 

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9-Might & Magic: Chess Royale

Might & Magic: Chess Royale is the latest auto chess clone to arrive on the Play Store, and this one comes from Ubisoft, because why let mobile devs rake in cash with their low-effort clones when you can push one out yourself. As expected, the game is in a rough spot despite its official release, thanks to unbalanced units, a horrible UI, and a brief tutorial that does little to explain the game’s complicated mechanics. You’d think with Ubisoft’s money, the company could produce something a little more polished. But then again, this is a Ubisoft release we are talking about, so it’s not really a surprise to see that the company has no qualms pushing out unfinished software.

 

 

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10-Circuit Dude

Circuit Dude is an enjoyable puzzle game that recently made its way from PC to Android. As it stands, the title has many positive reviews on Steam, and I can confirm the game is just as enjoyable on Android as it is on PC. Circuit Dude’s touch controls work well, and since 4-way inputs are all that’s necessary to move around, the default swipe controls are fairly intuitive, but if you prefer a static d-pad on the screen, the dev just added this feature in an update. The game itself plays like a Sokoban title on steroids, so expect to spend your time flipping floor switches and stomping on buttons in order to unlock the path to complete each level. Really, my only gripe is that the game does not fill the entire screen on my OP 7 Pro and is instead pillarboxed, but this is a small issue that hardly ruins what is otherwise an excellent puzzler.

 

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