Who doesn’t like playing new games? We definitely do – there’s simply something about the anticipation of a new title, when the loading screen appears and you enter a whole new universe.
Of course, new mobile games are plentiful these days, and who has the time to browse the iPhone, iPad, and/or Android shops for the newest release? Which is why we’ve compiled a list of 5 new mobile games to explore this week, ranging from unknown indie treasures to high-profile AAA masterpieces.
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You can rescue the earth by fighting carbon emissions in this endearing card strategy game that is completely free to play (yes, there are no adverts or microtransactions here). As you go through the game, you may find 120 cards as well as a ton of natural disasters that, depending on your choices, can simply astound you.
For instance, the decisions you make now may have an impact on the future; for instance, investing in nuclear energy increases the danger of a nuclear event. You’ll need to play the game again and pick up new information as you go.
Not Not 2 – A Brain Challenge
This straightforward brainteaser, which is based on the “Simon Says” game, tests your capacity for instructions under pressure. The game tests your ability to navigate and reason logically as well as your mastery of colors and double negatives.
This sequel includes additional game types as well as daily challenges and leaderboards where you can compare your own cognitive abilities to those of others. Moreover, there is a helpful accessibility feature for colorblind players.
You play as a pickle on a mission to rescue the planet in this survival role-playing game, which provides a fresh perspective to the current trend in the genre. In order to improve your equipment and aid you in combating the never-ending enemy hordes, you may mix various builds and shop around in between waves.
The game’s appeal is enhanced by the bright hand-drawn visuals, and if you want to push yourself, you may do so in the endless mode by competing with other players on the leaderboards.
The objective of this roguelike deck-building game is to save your younger brother Lucas from a dangerous forest, but you may alternatively play as the wandering brother who must brave the perils of the wilderness to find his sister Lorena. Along the journey, you’ll run across fantastical monsters from Brazilian legend, and the fight is made more interesting by the foes’ ability to change locations.
Around a hundred cards and more than 25 opponents may be found in the game’s four playable zones.
Street Fighter Duel
This much awaited game blends RPG elements with tactical card combat as you battle to thwart a plot in Shadaloo City. The game features well-known combinations and techniques that fans of the genre have grown to know and love, along with a convenient auto-mode that should appeal to players who are idle.
As you go through the objectives, you may not only Hadoken and Shoryuken your way through the adversaries, but you can also play fan favorites like Ryu, Ken, and Chun-L