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5 best mobile games of 2018

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A series of intriguing games hit the market in 2018 and gamers couldn’t stop themselves from going at them. Here’s a look at the 5 best games of the year.

1. PUBG Mobile | Tencent Games |

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The mobile version of the extremely popular battle royale game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds or PUBG Mobile is arguably the most popular small screen game of 2018. Launched earlier in the year, the game was adjudged the Best Game of 2018 in Google Play Store and has already breached the 100 million mark in downloads.

2. Asphalt 9 | Gameloft |

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The arcade racing game succeeded Asphalt 8, a popular racing game launched in 2013 and features licensed cars from biggest car brands such as Ferrari, Porsche, Audi, Mercedes, BMW, Koenigsegg and features flamboyant graphics.

3. Fortnite | Epic Games |

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Fortnite is another battle royale multiplayer game on the list where the main aim of a player is to survive till the end. Developed by Epic Games, Fortnite garnered more than 10 million players within the first few weeks of its launch which is commendable as the game is not available on Google’s Play Store and has to be downloaded from Epic’s website. However, iOS device users can download the game from Apple’s App Store.

4. Limbo | Playdead |

Limbo is a side-scrolling puzzle adventures game in which the user controls the character of a nameless boy who is looking for his lost sister. The popular game has a minimalist black and white theme and has been rated as a masterpiece from multiple gaming critics.

5. Alto’s Adventure | Snowman |

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Alto’s Adventure is an endless runner snowboarding game developed by Snowman. In the high-speed game, the central character, Alto, embarks on a snowboarding journey braving elements and challenges while sliding and performing backflips. The game features physics-based gameplay with minimal yet fluid graphics.

So which was your favorite?

Author: BF

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