Top New Gaming Apps Of 2017
Check out these top new gaming applications of 2017 which offer a great way to escape from boredom and challenge your brain skills.
The game seems as simple as dodging geometric shapes by bouncing a ball. While it’s easy enough for children to play, it can be challenging enough for adults as well. The shapes are constantly moving and the ball keeps changing color. It requires a certain amount of tactic and loads of concentration. Color Switch comes with at least six modes and around 25 levels in each mode. It is a free game without any in-app purchases.
Minecraft- Pocket Edition:
If you’ve played Minecraft and wish you could play it on the go, here it is. Go adventuring, collecting and building, all of it in a smaller world on your mobile screen. Collecting big cubes of stone, sand, grass and other materials in order to rearrange the world into how you want it to be is how the game mainly runs. The Pocket edition comes with fewer enemy mobs than the PC version thus making it easier to play. The pocket edition is a paid app and costs around $6.99.
You commence the game as an intergalactic delivery driver who has crash landed on an unexplored planet. You need to accumulate parts of your craft to find your way back into delivering your package. You need to build a base, protect your home from monsters, fight your enemies and a lot more through the course of the game. It’s a fun paid mobile game ($4.99) to keep you engrossed.
Super Mario Run:
Bringing back the charm and thrill of playing the Mario Game Franchise, is the Super Mario Run. With great new moves and stages that keep you addicted to the game, Nintendo’s Super Mario Run keeps you running for more. Mario runs automatically from left to right while the player has to tap to jump and smash blocks, stomp enemies and, collect coins. The game comes with 24 levels that are spread across six worlds. While the game is free to download, midway through the game, you need to make in-app purchases to play further levels.
Fire Emblem Heroes:
Nintendo’s fire Emblem Heroes is a tactical strategy, anime-styled mobile game. It mainly consists of battling with others players to earn Orbs and utilising those Orbs to unlock characters from previous Fire Emblem games. The catch here is, you don’t necessarily get the character you want and it’s unlocked randomly. If you get a good one, you’re lucky if not, you keep trying. It’s a free game but comes with in-app purchases.
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by techtalks @TechTalks May 16, 2017 11:42 AM UTC