Top 9 Mobile Games We Played in 2024

For some time now, it has become too easy to enter the world of games. Just have a cell phone nearby and internet access. With this in mind, Foxtechzone produced a list of the 9 best mobile games we played in 2023. Let’s get started.

1. Genshin Impact

Genshin Impact, a free-to-play action role-playing game, was published by HoYoverse. It explores the elements and allows for character switching. The graphics are stunning. Genshin Impact guides are available online. These will help you with tips, leaks, and other exclusive content.

2. Satta Matka Android

Satta Matka Android is one of the best apps to play online Satta Matka. The interface is superior to other Matka apps. This Indian lottery app will allow you to participate in Matka and earn online points. Just try to learn the game first, that way you will be able to guess correctly and win.

3. The Path to Nowhere

Path to Nowhere is an RPG strategy game with gacha elements. It also features an anime theme, similar to many other games of the genre. The mechanics are similar to Arknights’, in which you place your characters on the enemy path, and they fight. It’s refreshing to see the pseudo-tower defense-style gameplay. However, the gameplay is otherwise quite standard. You can summon characters, level them up, and use them to advance the story.

For the most part, this one is quite good. It will be a game you either love or hate, depending on your preference. It’s creepy and fun in a post-apocalyptic setting. The localization is also excellent for an original non-English game.

4. Mario Kart Tour

Mario Kart Tour has been voted one of the top online mobile games in 2022. This game offers the nostalgic feel of older video games, like the N64 and Super Nintendo versions, but with the modern flair of the Nintendo Switch. You can choose from one of the iconic characters in the franchise and drive your car around the tracks to try and finish the race ahead of everyone else.

5. League of Legends – Wild Rift

The game faithfully recreates the original title and allows for perfect adaptations of the gameplay. Despite this, the mobile version will not be as good as that on the PC. This is due to mobile device limitations. Although the game is enjoyable to play on mobile, I find matchmaking the most frustrating.

6. Disney Mirrorverse

Another mobile RPG is Disney Mirrorverse, which heavily relies on its combat system. Although it’s not an action RPG, the extra movement makes it feel much faster than other mobile RPGs. There are many Disney characters that can be used as antagonists or protagonists in the game. It’s well-executed and easy to learn for both beginners and more advanced RPG enthusiasts.

The game is a great overall experience. Just like Dislyte, Disney Mirrorverse is in a competitive genre. Although there are some bugs, the developer has done an admirable job keeping everything stable.

7. Clash Royale

Clash Royale is a mobile strategy game. Players use a deck of cards featuring different characters and abilities to defeat their opponents’ towers while defending their own. The game also features a multiplayer mode, where players can compete against each other in real-time battles. It was first released in 2016 and is available on both iOS and Android platforms.

8. Fire Max Free

Free Fire Max is a popular game among Indians. It’s also one of the top games of the year. You are required to survive on an island with 50 other players. You will need to have a variety of cool weapons, precise riffles, as well as exclusive skins in order to survive.

9. Minecraft Pocket Edition

Minecraft: Pocket Edition (also known as Minecraft: PE or simply Minecraft) is the mobile version of the popular sandbox video game Minecraft, developed by Mojang Studios. It was released for iOS and Android devices in 2011, and later for Windows Phone and Fire OS. The game features the same open-world, sandbox gameplay as the original, but with some differences in controls and graphics optimized for mobile devices. Players can explore, gather resources, build structures, and survive against monsters in a randomly generated world. The game is available for purchase on the App Store, Google Play, and the Microsoft Store.

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