The Best Mobile Games of 2023

Mobile gaming has quickly grown increasingly popular and varied. There are games for every type of player available – from Apex Legends’ free-to-play Battle Royale mode, all the way through Ticket to Ride’s board game multiplayer fun.

Puzzle games like Gris are must-plays for those interested in hand-drawn animation, while Room Old Sins should not be missed by mystery enthusiasts.

Who Can’t Draw?

Drawing games have always been popular on mobile phones. An excellent one is Who Can’t Draw, an engaging social drawing and guessing game with surprising levels of fun.

PUBG is another highly-sought-after battle royale game, offering players the thrill of fighting until only one remains standing. Known for its realistic graphics and fast-paced action gameplay, this title provides plenty of entertainment value.

Gwent is a strategic card game with incredible depth and responsive controls that is both complex and rewarding to play. Additionally, this game works great when used with stylus devices like an S-Pen on a Galaxy Note tablet.

Call of Duty: Mobile

Play Call of Duty’s first-person shooter game for mobile, which is free to download – eliminating a common barrier to entry for mobile gamers and without forcing players to spend real money, although that option exists.

This game boasts iconic multiplayer maps from Black Ops and Modern Warfare series, offering fast-paced and exciting gameplay with numerous weapons, attachments, and scorestreaks that add depth and dimension.

Genshin Impact and Outerplane are two other mobile games which have achieved great success thanks to their gameplay mechanics and visuals, while Tiny Wings has attracted a large following through its charming art style and gameplay.

PUBG Mobile

PUBG Mobile, released to Android and iOS devices for free-play in March 2018 as PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds’ mobile counterpart, is an extremely popular battle royale game, boasting over 20 million daily active users with nearly perfect user reviews.

This game stands out for many reasons, starting with its impressive graphics for a mobile title. Textures are crisper and visual variety exceeds what would typically be found on console or PC shooters. Furthermore, there’s an inventory management system and variety of weapons. Players parachute onto an uninhabited island before fighting their way to being the last man standing until one winner emerges victorious from an epic death match that starts large but gradually reduces over time until only a victor is left standing – in short an ideal combination for survivalists!


Spaceteam Mobile is one of the finest team-based cooperative games available today. It simplifies all the complexity associated with piloting a spaceship into an addictive game of shouting and finger mashing that will immerse friends and family members alike into an hypnotic state of blissful playfulness.

At times, when players in a room full of technobabble are communicating through technobabel it can be nonstop fun; with even occasional failure resulting in panicked attempts to hit levers only to have your ship explode! I would love to see this multiplayer hit make its debut on consoles too.

VR works well with this headset, though precision may not match that of some other models. Luckily, you can play online with other players who don’t own headsets extending the fun further!

Thimbleweed Park

Ron Gilbert and Gary Winnick collaborated to design Thimbleweed Park with the intention of recreating an experience reminiscent of opening up an old desk drawer to find an undiscovered LucasArts adventure game – creating an iconic experience that fans of adventure gaming will relish.

Thimbleweed Park places you in charge of two FBI agents investigating a murder case within its borders. Switch between characters at will for maximum variety and satisfying puzzles with an offbeat sense of logic that you might expect.

This game began as a Kickstarter project and is clearly tailored towards fans; yet its creative features can attract contemporary audiences as well.

Dead Cells

Dead Cells is an engaging roguelike that blends several popular indie genres into an exciting experience. This game seamlessly mixes Metroidvania-esque exploration platforms with random item allotments and stage shuffling for an exciting journey through an unpredictable adventure roguelike.

Pixel art in this game is beautiful and intricately rendered, but what truly stands out is its combat system. Being able to switch weapons and armor sets adds an additional layer of excitement, while buffs and modifiers give each run its own personality.

This engaging side-scrolling action game offers a satisfying reward loop. Not only can players compete at high speeds and experiment with its fast-paced combat, but there are also power-ups that assist players to find their optimal path through every run.

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