Mobile Gaming: A look at Mobile Games Brought to our Attention

Wednesday, April 12th, 2017

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We get a ton of emails about various mobile games. I always feel bad when I don’t get to cover all of them, but we are trying to see what games merit an article, and which our readers may not be interested in. We are in an endless search of mobile games that are fun to play and that you might care about. For now let’s just go over a few that people have reached out to us about.

Help us out though. Let us know in the comments below, or use the contact us function if you are shy, and let us know what mobile games (if any) you do care about. Are there any that you would like to see better coverage of?


Evonite by Blue River Arts is free for your iOS devices.

Information below taken from app page.

Description

Drive through dangerous trails and chain gravity spots in a quest to find the Evonite stones to save the Sun.
Explore unique planets with amazing vehicles, each with their own special abilities.

Upgrade your vehicles, gain special power ups and train your Heroes, within an unmatchable 3D experience and awesome graphics!

Main Features:

-Unique and challenging gameplay mechanics
-Start Researching in your lab, upgrade your Tech Tree, Fire your Energy Cannon to recharge the sun and fight enemy bosses.
-Awesome graphics on your mobile device
[Finally get to use your expensive hardware to its fullest]
-Cool vehicles and gadgets to choose from
-Leaderboards and Leagues to compete globally and with friends
What to expect:
An emotional roller coaster that will surely keep you addicted.
Research new technology to unlock upgrades, race other Heroes, explore new worlds and fight dangerous Bosses!


Tokaido by Funforge is free for Android, and iOS devices.

Information below from Google Play Store. Also available for iOS devices.

Discover the digital adaptation of Tokaido, the boardgame phenomenon that has already sold more than 250,000 copies worldwide, and has been translated into 14 languages!

Unique ambiance.

Discover characters and scenery in a new light! Developed by Funforge, original publisher of the boardgame, the video game offers an entirely new graphical experience! Whether you are a first-time fan, in love with Japan, or merely a curious newbie, the digital version allows each player to discover the celebrated Tokaido road in a new form. While Tokaido retains the famous clean graphic design of the boardgame, it offers unprecedented immersive 3D, realtime graphics, all accompanied by a superb and unprecedented soundtrack, composed specifically for the game.

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About Crystal Colwell

What's up everyone? Crystal here! I spend my time writing up the news for you all and keeping us all up to date with incoming game info from Japan. I do a little bit of everything else around here, too. 🙂 Happy Reading!


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  • Panpopo

    Well here are my 2 cents, for what its worth. I missed this article earlier.

    If you want to cover mobile games, I think you should just cover whatever you think is interesting and fun. You’re all volunteers, so I think whatever you get fun or enjoyment out of is what matters. If you think its fun, others probably will too.

    The games I’ve played were the Final Fantasy ones (Record Keeper, Exvius, Mobius), School Life Festival (but that’s probably dying down – mobile games don’t have much shelf life), Granblue Fantasy, and will most definitely give Fate Go a try down the line. I love the Fate universe.
    Hopefully the emails you’ve received give you more of an idea what to cover.

    I’m a dinosaur, but I do believe that mobile (or more specifically, browser games that you can play on your phone) will be the dominant format down the line, even though many are disposable imo. It’s why Nintendo and other companies are trying to break into it – to grab the younger demographic. A lot of kids seem to play mobile or handheld Nintendo consoles. There will obviously still be consoles and PC games, but I think it will become more niche as those players get older similar to japan.

    I don’t know what other readers think, but hopefully they won’t mind mobile game coverage if it’s interesting and fun.