Mar 01

Mobile Games for 2017

The mobile games market has evolved to even rival the established gaming big whips like Sony’s play station, Microsoft’s Xbox and Nintendo. The mobile games have are being developed under two platforms that would support Apples iOS or Android and in some cases the games may be built to operate on both operating systems. Unlike the big names like PlayStation, Nintendo and Xbox, mobile games have become the epitome of the everyday commute. They have turned boring travels into exciting formidable experiences that seem to pass time through what would be described as uncomfortable situations. The year 2017 is ushered in with the inception of new mobile games that are expected to blow your mind further from the astonishing birth of games such as Pokémon Go. Although the gaming industry each year moves onward with great proclivity, it can go unnoticed of what role the mobile gaming industry has played in our everyday life from bathroom breaks, waiting lounges and time with our family members. By giving mobile gaming an outstanding ovation it would be fair to discuss the best mobile games of 2017.

Super Mario Run
For the first time Mario left our living rooms and bedrooms to venture on our commutes and waiting escapades through apples iOS in December 2016 and expected on Androids platform in March 2017. Super Mario’s run is automatic utilized by simple touch controls to perform an array of actions with special features like extended jump duration, delay Mario’s fall midair and somersault off of foes to reach higher platforms. The game offers the player a chance to go back to completed levels in search of hidden coins and topple previous scores. Super Mario is legendary on the Nintendo platform but the Super Mario Run’s new mechanics and level designs promises to keep you glued on you smartphone.

Fire Emblem Heroes
Fire Emblem is a tactic role playing game series featuring lengthily battles coupled with challenging maps and heroes whose characters play out over a number of chapters. Reviewers agree that this time Nintendo has perfected translating its console familiarity into smartphones as the game is optimized for mobile gadgets without making too many sacrifices. The unusual strategy RPG will bring two warring kingdoms to your phone while you, who summoned them will build an army using the Fire Emblem heroes to face the kingdoms. Seeing some of the familiar faces take on the army you have formed elicits a grave excitement if you are a Fire emblem franchise fan.

Alto’s Odyssey
Although the mobile game has not yet been released we could scrutinize it from its predecessor. Alto’s Adventure was a phenomenal release by Snowman Studios, Toronto in the year 2015 who have promised that the sequel; Alto’s Odyssey will be just as remarkable as the Adventure. Little may be known about the game though the preview intimates that the snowboarding character may be placed in a new location. The iOS likely exclusive game is going to retain its normal team. Mobile game players expect the game to be impressive.

The Bunker
Earth was destroyed and after thirty years you find yourself in a bunker with frozen bodies that you need to be checking upon as the only operation that would keep you sane. The bunker is in a nuclear setting while the player is the last surviving character who is to reveal the darkest secrets in the bunker as soon as an alarm is set of. The gist of the game is exploration and survival with the winning attribute being able to make quick decisions and escape the bunker alive.

Planet of Heroes
Mobile game players are enjoying early access to the game following months of development. According to the early preview to the game. Planet of the heroes is already soliciting a lot of online interests all pegged towards the correct reasons. The game is MOBA designed to fit the preference for mobile device users who wish to experience PC quality gaming on the mobile platform. Users with the android platform enjoying already enjoying the early access are eager for the game release although it should be noted that without access to credible internet like Wi-Fi, you stand to lose the ultimate experience and enjoy playing in the basic PvE Campaign mode regularly referred to as story mode.

Ultimately the mobile phone industry is expected to revolutionize the gaming world as mobile phones and OEMs push their limits to greater heights.

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