9 Best Mobile Video Games for Gamers of All Ages
A mobile video game is a video game played on a small, portable device such as a mobile phone, watch, tablet, handheld, or laptop. Mobile video games began appearing in the early 1980s, but for many years were usually simple derivatives of popular arcade games. The more advanced systems featured very basic graphics and single-channel mono sound, and their small screens and game controls made them difficult to play. The release of Tetris in 1984 popularized the concept of video games on portable devices, and now almost every phone has a game built in.
Mobile games became popular in Japan as early as 1979, where they are known as "Pok? Mon" games, and became popular in the West in the early 2000s. The N-Gage system, released in 2003, was the first mobile phone to have basic 3D graphics. Now almost all mobile phones have 3D graphics, and video games are a major part of modern culture.
Mobile video games are suitable for gamers of all ages. This article gives a list of the best mobile video games.
The "Angry Birds" video game is the most popular mobile game of all time. It was developed by Rovio Mobile and published by Chillingo in 2009. It is a puzzle video game where the player controls a flock of multi-colored birds who are dubbed the "Angry Birds."
The object of the game is to kill the pigs, who stole the birds' eggs. The game features over 230 levels and multiple hours of gameplay.
"Tetris Blitz" is a puzzle video game developed by EA Mobile and published by Electronic Arts in 2013. It is a free-to-play game available on iOS and Android systems.
The game is fundamentally the same as "Tetris," but it adds a multiplayer mode, in which players can compete against each other online. The game is available in over 15 languages.
Candy Crush Saga
"Candy Crush Saga" is a puzzle video game developed by King and published by Activision in 2012. It is available on iOS and Android systems.
The game is a variation on "Bejeweled," in which players have to match the candy colors in order to clear a level.
Plants vs. Zombies
"Plants vs. Zombies" is a tower defense video game developed and published by PopCap Games in 2009. It is available on iOS and Android systems.
The game is based on a humorous storyline, in which the player has to defend his house from invading zombies. The player plants different types of plants in order to kill the zombies.
Cut the Rope
"Cut the Rope" is a puzzle video game developed and published by ZeptoLab in 2010. It is available on iOS and Android systems.
The game features a monster named Om Nom, who must be fed with candy. The goal of the game is to cut the ropes in such a way that the candy falls into Om Nom's mouth.
The game has been downloaded more than 500 million times, and was a major success.
Clash of Clans
"Clash of Clans" is a multiplayer online strategy video game developed and published by Supercell in 2012. It is available on iOS and Android systems. The game is free-to-play, and it was a major success in 2012.
It features a system of clans, in which players can build their own village, and attack other players' villages.
8 Ball Pool
"8 Ball Pool" is a pool video game developed and published by Miniclip in 2012. It is available on iOS and Android systems.
The game features a realistic life-like pool game and was a major success when it was released.
"Civilization Revolution" is a turn-based strategy video game developed and published by 2K Games in 2008. It was released for iOS and Android systems in 2008.
The game is a variation of the popular "Civilization" series. The game has received positive reviews and was a major success when it was released.
"Minecraft" is an action-adventure video game developed and published by Mojang in 2011. It is available on iOS and Android systems.
The game features a variety of different gameplay modes and has been downloaded more than 100 million times. The game is a major success and has won multiple awards.
Game for Everybody!
Mobile video games are very popular among gamers of all ages. They are popular among adults, and children. What kinds of games do you prefer?