Best Mobile Games Of 2020 – Free Games For Your Phone


Best Mobile Games Of 2020 – Best IOS, Android, Paid AND Free Games For Your Phone!

Mobile gaming has taken over this decade with virtually everyone now owning a mobile device it is easier than ever to play games on the go!
Whether you like playing old console classics like Star Wars: KOTOR on your mobile or games designed for the phone like Candy Crush, there have been some HUGE releases in 2020.
If you want to take a look at the best Mobile games of the decade you can do so here!
But for now, we are going to take a look back at the best mobile games released in 2020!
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5. Dead Cells

Having already been out for a couple of years on PC – we knew what to expect when Dead Cells was announced for Mobiles earlier this year.
Fans of games like Celeste and Mario will want to pick up Dead Cells when they get the chance. It is a fast-paced 2D platformer where your timing and ‘finesse’ will see you perform better and avoid death.
The game is regularly updated with new features and has brilliant replay value!
A bonus feature is you can hook it up to your PS4/Xbox controller!
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4. Graveyard Keeper

Think if Terraria had a love child with Minecraft and Stardew Valley… this is the monstrous creation that would be spawned.
Labelled as an ‘ inaccurate medieval cemetery management simulator’ you are tasked with building and managing your very own graveyard. The aim is to cut costs, provide entertainment (via witch burnings and festivals etc) whilst turning over a profit!
The game is quirky and fun and can provide hours of entertainment for your commute or watching a rom-com.
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3. PUBG Mobile Lite & Mobile

Rejoice for Tencent Games
(the publisher of PUBG Mobile)
this year delivered a more optimised version of the hit battle royale game for mobile devices.
PUBG Mobile Lite is a ‘lighter’ version of PUBG Mobile which makes gameplay smoother and more accessible for players who may not have the latest device or software!
Not only is the map slightly smaller it is also made for a maximum of 6 people – this makes for a more fast-paced game which a lot of fans love!
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2. Call of Duty Mobile


COD Mobile was announced earlier this year to a large amount of scepticism.
PUBG fans were keen to get their hands on this game as it was promising to offer a whole new FPS experience on handheld devices.
Oh boy did Call of Duty Mobile deliver! The game hit 100 million downloads in its first week, crushing both Fortnite and PUBG and putting them in their respective places.
Not only is this game a great introduction to the Call of Duty franchise it delivers some great nostalgia for those fans who may have played the series back in the day.
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1. Asphalt 9: Legends

At number one in our list of best mobile games for 20-19 is the LEGENDARY Asphalt 9: Legends.
Not only does this game deliver brilliant racing with stunning graphics, but it also runs brilliantly on the phone and is perfect for those racing game fans that needed their nitro fuelled adrenaline rush on the go!
You can install it for free right now!


All three Reigns games — Reigns, Reigns: Her Majesty, and Reigns: Game of Thrones — are available on Google Play Pass, and each offers new opportunities to rule your kingdom with an iron thumb (if you choose). Though, I hope your Reigns: Game of Thrones runs are more satisfying than Game of Thrones’ final season.

Stardew Valley

This year, everyone’s favorite farming game finally came to Android, and it’s guaranteed to be an incredibly addicting way to get you through the holiday doldrums. I’ve lost hours to this game playing just another day over and over again as I tend my crops, visit my farm animals, and make friends with every townsperson that I can.

Star Wars: KOTOR

It’s Star Wars season, and there’s no better way to celebrate than sinking hours into Star Wars: KOTOR, which remains one of the best Star Wars games. Will you be a hero and become a Jedi, or go full dark side and embrace your inner Sith? The force is still strong with this beloved RPG.


Terraria, the famous side-scrolling action-adventure sandbox game, was first released for PCs all the way back in 2011, and it’s still being updated over eight years later. The Android version’s touchscreen controls can be a little clunky, but don’t let them stop you from the potential hours of dungeon-crawling that await you in Terraria.

Honorable Mention: Fortnite

Fortnite, which remains one of the world’s most popular games, isn’t available on Google Play Pass, but it’s free through the Epic Games App. Its touchscreen controls might not be the easiest way to play the game, but if you want to get in a couple drops off the Battle Bus while you’re away from your console or PC, they’ll do the trick.

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