Smartphone games let people play games anywhere, anytime, even if that's in the bathroom or during your 10-minute break at the office. With the introduction of new smartphones, games are getting bigger and better. Also, you don't have to put $60 down to enjoy them like you do for your console experience at home. In fact, there are many smartphone games you can play for free. That's right, free games. And you might be thinking that they must not be very good if they're free, right? Wrong. There are many high quality mobile games available in your app store on your smartphone. If you aren't sure which ones to download, we've made a list of the best free smartphone games to give you a better idea.
Dungeon Hunter 5
Available on Android and iPhones, Dungeon Hunter 5 continues the Dungeon Hunter series and provides a hack 'n' slash gaming experience like nothing you have ever had on your smartphone before. After hacking your way through 5 realms and numerous dungeons in single player or cooperative mode, you can dive into the asynchronous multiplayer mode, customizing your very own stronghold and raiding others. With top notch graphics and loads of detail, it's hard to believe it's free. There are in-app purchases however, such as gems that will help you complete the game should you need it.
World of Tanks Blitz
Previously only available on PC, World of Tanks Blitz brings on the same detailed graphics and awesome gameplay right on your smartphone. Taking control of a variety of tanks from World War II, over 100 to choose from, World of Tanks Blitz provides an incredible online multiplayer experience allowing you to battle opponents anywhere. With realistic tank movement and damage mechanics, World of Tanks Blitz is like a super fun tank simulator. If you've never had a chance to play on PC, you won't be disappointed.
Similar to Pokemon, Summoner's War allows you to battle and catch monsters in a variety of environments. Monsters you have caught can fight alongside you in the defeating of other monsters. You can also raise the stats of your monsters evolving them into something even stronger than before. The combat in this game is turn-based much like Final Fantasy, so if you are familiar with that game you know how it works, otherwise it might take you a bit to get the hang of it.
Modern Combat 5
For fans of Call of Duty, Modern Combat 5provides a rival first-person shooter experience that's free with nearly the same graphics. Players can engage in some seriously intense firefights in single and multiplayer modes and can progress their character's class.
Terminator Genisys: Revolution
If you are familiar with the Terminator movie franchise, Terminator Genisys: Revolution brings the battle of the future, the humans versus the machines, straight to your smartphone. It's an intense actionpack 3rd person shooter with unbelievable detail and hundreds of missions so there is always something to do. If that's not enough, customizable weapons and a ranking system give you a reason to keep coming back for more.
If action isn't your thing and you just want to put your mind to the test: what better way than with trivia. In Trivia Crackyou play against others answering questions in different categories, much like Trivial Pursuittrying to win each category by answering questions correctly. But the catch is: you can steal other's category trophies to stop then from winning the game and to help you. Real-life fighting may ensue if you're up against a friend.