We all know that free mobile games are not always free, but many games are very close if you have a little patience. Playing games on mobile devices has been improved at a much greater speed than any technology ahead of it. Most Freemium knots occur when a player loses patience and waits for an out-of-play game that often overcomes those pitfalls. What we have here is the best free phone games that you can play comfortably without too many in-app purchases and we hope you like them! Here is a summary of the Top 10 Best Free Game Mobile 2019.
Best Free Game Mobile 2019 – Android, IOS
1. PUBG Mobile
PlayerUnknown Battlegrounds (PUBG) for mobile is a free survival shooter that lets you experience what it’s like to be dropped on an island with 99 other players to see who will ultimately survive. But what’s great about the mobile version of this extremely popular game on PCs is that it seems to run even better on a smartphone. In other words, this is one heck of a port.
Just like the original, you’ll parachute in, loot buildings to gear up, and do your best to survive all the way to the end. You can go it solo, or create a squad of up to four players if you want to try out a team effort. Be careful though, this game is incredibly addicting.
2. Another Eden
Another Eden is an interesting mobile JRPG. It has the same writer as Chrono Trigger along with the same composer. The interesting part is how many elements of Chrono Trigger’s story end up in this game. It has time travel to various eras in history and there are some throwbacks to smaller scenes from Chrono Trigger. The game itself is a step above your standard mobile RPG. You roam around the game world with your companions instead of accepting missions like most. However, there are still gacha elements and simplified battle mechanics. There is no energy so you can play as much as you want to. It’s surprisingly good for its genre and right up there Brave Exvius as one of our favorites.
3. Alto’s Odyssey
The recently released sequel to Alto’s Adventure is called Alto’s Odyssey and — while the original is still amazing — it might be even better. You get a new trick to add to your arsenal with wall rides, making it possible to have more control over your combos. There are new environments to explore and you can you play a Zen Mode that lets you just take in the sights and sounds of the game.
If there is any game you download from this list, Alto’s Odyssey is extremely easy to recommend.
4. Alto’s Odyssey
Alto’s Odyssey is a natural choice for a free Android game. It features simple mechanics, gorgeous graphics, and a relaxing style. Players ski down a hill while avoiding obstacles and making massive jumps. There are also items to collect that can be traded in for various customization options. The game relies heavily on its wallpaper-worthy graphics. They are simple, but effective and the dark, gradient colors add a good atmosphere for the game. It’s completely free to download and play with some limited ads. There are in-app purchases, but they are all for customization stuff so it’s entirely optional and it doesn’t affect game play. It’s kid friendly and fun. Noodlecake Studios makes a bunch of other great free Android games as well.
5. Sega Heroes
OK, think this is a good game. Frankly, the “optional” microtransaction-based progression system is a huge turn off. But it’s the actual match 3 gameplay and the Sega nostalgia hook that has me so obsessed with it currently.
If you’re an old school Sega fan, you really need to try it.
6. Asphalt 9: Legends
The Asphalt franchise has some of mobile’s most popular racing games. Asphalt 8: Airborne and Asphalt Xtreme were the big ones in the series. However, Asphalt 9: Legends came out in July 2018. This is the most recent game in the series now. It includes 50 cars, a bunch of challenges, and a bunch of content to play with. That includes online multiplayer, single player stuff, and more. It uses an auto-go mechanism so you can’t control your acceleration. That has angered some players. The graphics are good and there are social elements as well. It’s a freemium game. Thus, the online competitive aspect may be skewed a bit. However, the single player stuff is classically good arcade racing.
7. Shadowgun Legends
You can’t really play a console-level quality Destiny game on your iPhone, but with Shadowgun Legends, it’s about as close as you can get. This first-person shooter might be the best in all the app stores, with a base camp (it’s more of a city) where you can hit up shops to buy weapons and armor, a place to gamble for more in-game currency, a black market for new items, and so much more. There are tons of in-app purchases here, to be sure, but you can easily avoid them.
The gameplay itself is excellent as you plow through story missions, unlock puzzles and blast your way through enemies in order to achieve greater and greater fame. Find new weapons as you play with unique exotics and other firearms that will remind you of Destiny. Though it’s a whole different setting, Shadowgun Legends is basically Destiny for your phone and it will definitely surprise you with its depth.
8. Brawl Stars
Brawl Stars is Supercell’s latest hit game. It’s a brawler with online multiplayer elements as well as some MOBA elements. Players drop into a game with a couple of teammates, brawl with opponents, and try to win. There are a few game modes, including a straight brawl mode, a mode where you collect crystals, a heist mode where you steal the opponent’s treasure, and a bounty mode where you beat specific opponents on a team. It feels like a Supercell game and that’s mostly a good thing. Supercell also makes Clash Royale, Clash of Clans, and Boom Beach if you want something a little different. Brawl Stars was one of the biggest releases of 2018.
Want to get your battle royale gaming fix without all the complexity? Battlelands Royale is the game for you. Pick your drop point on the island map beforehand, then parachute in to find weapons and shields. You also can chase down weapon drops for more advanced weapons like rocket launchers. From there, you can hide out in buildings and shrubbery as you lay in wait for opponents to step into your path.
What’s particularly great about this simple dual-stick survival shooter is that a game rarely lasts more than 10 minutes. This free game is fun on its own, but you can also use in-app purchases to buy new skins and it even has a Battle Pass (a la Fortnite) you can buy to earn cosmetic items as you play.
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10. Critical Ops
Critical Ops is among the newer generation of first person shooters and it’s one of the best. In this title, you’ll battle terrorists in a variety of urban-oriented levels or you can play as the terrorists if you want to. It has a strong online multiplayer community where you can play with your friends as well. It’s still a work in progress, but it seems to hit all the right marks and it’s updated frequently. If you’d like a first person shooter that’s completely free, NOVA 3: Freedom Edition is quite good as well. They’re both free Android games worth checking out.