Best Mobile Games, Updates and more !

Here we go again, since the coronavirus lockdown is upon us, games in general are more and more important as our daily entertainers, we cover PC and console game news daily, but there is a big gaming community on mobile also , and growing! Here are Best games for mobile, news about updates.

Teamfight Tactics

Born out of the League of Legends franchise, Teamfight Tactics is a hotly anticipated PvP battler with cross-platform gameplay. is is slightly different experience than the PC version. First of all the menus have been totally changed, because the League client wasn’t really mobile friendly — in fact, it’s not really anything friendly. So Riot has designed an entirely new out-of-game experience for the mobile version of TFT which includes the social features players are used to in the Desktop version of the game.

Kingdom Rush Frontiers and Kingdom Rush Origins

If you like tower defence games then you should most definitely play  Kingdom Rush Frontiers and Kingdom Rush Origins. These are two of the deepest, slickest, most polished tower defence games on Mobile.

The Million Lords: Renaissance

Millions Lords is a mobile strategy game  with a strong emphasis on combat and conquering, and a season-based leaderboard progression. Unlike other conquest games, you don’t have to spend hours upon hours upgrading buildings and manually-creating armies. Instead, your troops here are treated as resources—resources that you can set upon other players to conquer their bases and increase your own power.

The Million Lords: Renaissance update makes some fairly substantial changes to Million Victories’s popular MMO. These include city skins and an improved Recruiter system.

Naruto X Boruto Ninja Tribes

Naruto X Boruto Ninja Tribes combines our favourite characters from multiple generations of Naruto and Boruto world, including: Naruto, Sasuke and sakura, Boruto, Sarada and Mitsuki. game is  pretty turn-based PvP battler. Grab it now for introductory goodies.


If you like puzzle games then next game in  sequel to my ‘yellow’, ‘red’, ‘black’ and ‘blue’ games is for you, green is a staggeringly ingenious yet simple, totally free puzzle game that you’ll devour in a single sitting.


Just Survive: Arena

Just Survive: Arena is a game about not dying in an arena. Complicating this goal are obstacles, hazards, and other assorted death-dealing phenomena, but believe us in this game, death is ultimately inevitable.

Boris and the Dark Survival

Fans of Bendy and the Ink Machine will recognize his cartoon companion, Boris the wolf. In this tricky survival horror, you’ll need to guide Boris through the eerie studio staying one step ahead of the Ink Demon hunting you. With a classic cartoon style and a new top-down view on the action, you’ll explore Joey Drew Studios searching for useful items, food to replenish your stamina, and secrets that might help you unravel the mystery of what happened. The abandoned animator’s workshop is a great setting and it’s randomly generated each time you enter, which gives this game plenty of replay value. If you like chills and scares, this is for you.

Call of Duty: Mobile

One of the biggest names in FPS franchises Call of Duty, If you love to have firefights under your fingers, then this is a must have game in your phone.Also a good news is that this game is Free to play and has bunch of modes, like Battle Royale.

Real Racing 3

It’s time to burn some rubber in a wide range of meticulously re-created cars on an impressive lineup of real tracks from around the globe. Real Racing 3 features cars from Ferrari, Lamborghini, Aston Martin, Mercedes-Benz, Ford, and others. You’ll also get to test your skills behind the wheel on tracks like Silverstone, Hockenheimring, and Le Mans. With countless events to enter, cross-platform multiplayer, and lots of customization options, this is one of the best racing games around with the realistic graphics.


The most popular game in the world is available on Android, but you can’t get it on Google Play. Instead, you’ll need to get it from the Epic Games website. For the uninitiated, Fortnite is a battle royale-style game full of color and strategy where you play on your own or in squads against up to 99 other players. It’s packed with weaponry, explosives, health boosts, shields, outfits, dance moves, and more. You’ll need to master building structures to truly compete with the best — but even if you don’t, it’s still a fun time. A lot of superfluous extra content requires in-app purchases to unlock, but you can play the full game for free.


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