Interested to know the best new cell phone games to enjoy in 2018, then read below about the new games apps available at app stores for you to download on your cell phone and enjoy playing them whenever you want to. Some of the games are free to play and few you need to buy which cost less than CA$7. Also can be played with both types of smartphone be it Android or your iOS.
This game is available for Android/iPhone, all free with few in-app purchases. It is a unique and endearing mix of road trip and Japanese fantasy, starring a boyband-esque group of friends who spend as much time tooling around in an open-topped sports car as they do battling monsters. This simple game suits best for touchscreens: the characters fight for themselves, with you influencing the action through well-timed taps to dodge, block and use special attacks.
This game is available for Android and iPhone at the app stores. This game is not free and you need to buy this at CA$6.99 Kitty Powers is the drag alter ego of games developer Richard Franke and the star of 2014’s Kitty Powers’ Matchmaker, which saw her and you matching cartoon clients for a dating agency. This sequel is about those successfully matched couples, who are now falling in love – and you are a God-like figure in charge of their town. Getting up and running takes a while, but you’ll soon be learning your villagers’ likes and dislikes and enthusiastically barging in on their romantic lives. It’s a nice twist on Sims-style, life-management genre.
Hero Academy game is free game app for Android and iPhone cell phone with in-app purchases. There’s a well-designed solo mode to teach you how to fight and build a decent deck, ready for taking on other players online. There’s a lot of scope to sculpt a deck for your preferred battling style, using archer- and spell-heavy ranged attack tactics to up-close brawny brutes, but the intricacies don’t feel overwhelming.
This game is for both Android and iOS cell phone users available at play stores and costs CA$3.99. More fantasy deck building here, but Meteorfall is focused on solo play, with elements of dungeon adventuring woven in to its card battling. You choose a character, get a basic deck of attack cards, then swipe your way through fights with monsters, stopping off to expand and upgrade your deck and level-up your hero. Deaths are unavoidable, but you can save the gems earned by playing to unlock some new cards for the next time round.
5. PUBG Mobile
In this game 100 players parachute onto a remote 8×8 km island for a winner-takes-all showdown. Players have to locate and scavenge their own weapons, vehicles and supplies, and defeat every player in a graphically and tactically rich battleground that forces players into a shrinking play zone. Get ready to land, loot, and do whatever it takes to survive and be the last man standing. You can play with Android or iPhone all free.
Now enjoy these new games app on your cell phone and stay tuned here for more new games.