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Eye candy graphics in Mobile Games! – Five Best Ones

1. Modern Combat 5: Blackout


Modern Combat

Modern Combat

Influenced by Call of Duty, the latest installment in Gameloft’sModern Combat franchise is the closest you can get to a console first person shooter on mobile. You’ll need a powerful smartphone or tablet to run the game on its highest setting, but it even looks great when set to the “Better Performance” (a couple of settings notches down) mode.

The title holds onto the same sort of cinematic set pieces that you’ll find in console titles of the same genre, and it even controls a little better than most other mobile shooters.

App Store, Google Play, Windows Phone (US$6.99) Rs. 430(Approx)

modern combat 5

Modern Combat 5: Blackout is a 2014 first-person shooter developed by Gameloft Bucharest and published by Gameloft. It is the fifth installment of the Modern Combat series.

Rated 4/5 in Metacritics

Initial release date:  July 24, 2014

Series:  Modern Combat

Developer:  Gameloft

Publisher: Gameloft

Platforms:  iOS, Windows Phone


2.  Asphalt 8: Airborne


Asphalt 8: Airborne

Asphalt 8 is perhaps the most visually appealing of the bunch. The environments are detailed and vehicles look and handle like they have some real substance. From visuals to gameplay, the title is more Need For Speed than Forza, but we think the over-the-top style really works for a mobile game.

If you’re not a fan of arcady racers, then you can always check out more realistic titles like EA’s Real Racing 3.

App Store, Google Play, Windows Phone (Free, with in-app purchases)

asphalt 8

Asphalt 8: Airborne is a 2013 racing video game, developed and published by Gameloft as part of the Asphalt series.

Rated 4.5/5 in Metacritics

Initial release date: August 22, 2013

Series: Asphalt

Developer: Gameloft

Platforms: Android, iOS, Windows 8, Windows Phone, BlackBerry 10


 3. Infinity Blade III

Infinity Blade III

Infinity Blade III

The original 2010 entry in the series was one of the first titles to really show off the potential of mobile gaming, and the visuals have only become more impressive over the years. The game is built using the Unreal Engine, and really starts to blur the line between mobile and console gaming – at least when it comes to graphics.

You’ll be more aware that you’re playing a mobile game when it comes to the control scheme. Combat is controlled by following on-screen cues, swiping in different directions at the correct moment. It’s a limited gameplay scheme (more than a little reminiscent of the old Punch-Out!series), but it does play to the strengths of the touchscreen.

App Store,  ($6.99) Rs. 430(Approx)infiniy blade iii


Infinity Blade III is an action role-playing game for iOS, developed by Chair Entertainment and Epic Games. It is the third game in the Infinity Blade series of video games. It was released on the App Store on September 18, 2013.

Rated 4/5 in Metacritics

Initial release date: September 18, 2013

Developers: Epic Games, Chair Entertainment

Platform: iOS

Nominations: VGX Award for Best Handheld/Mobile Game


 4. The Room Two

The Room Two

The Room Two

The Room Two is a dark, moody puzzle game that’s atmospheric, simple and addictive. Its realistic looks and clever puzzles make for one of our favorite experiences in mobile gaming.

Like Infinity Blade 3The Room Two plays to the strengths of the touch-screen, focusing on simple pinch, swipe and tap controls.

App Store, Google Play ($2.99) Rs. 184 (Approx)

the room two

The Room Two is a 2013 puzzle video game developed by British-based Fireproof Games as a sequel to The Room.

Rated 4.5/5 in Metacritics

Initial release date: December 12, 2013

Developer: Fireproof Games

Publisher: Fireproof Studios

Platforms: Android, iOS

Nominations: BAFTA Games Award for British Game, BAFTA Games Award for Mobile & Handheld


 5. Monument Valley


The Monument Valley

The Monument Valley

While most of the titles here opt for a realistic style, Monument Valley goes in an entirely different direction. It tasks you with guiding protagonist Ida through a series of clever, Escher-inspired puzzles. There’s a light dusting of story here, but the focus is on simple, gorgeous visuals with muted colors and superb, ambient sound design.

If you’re a fan of atmospheric games like Journey or Flower, thenMonument Valley comes highly recommended.

App Store, Google Play ($3.99) Rs. 245(Approx)

the monument valley

Monument Valley is a puzzle game developed and published by indie studioUstwo. The player leads the princess Ida through mazes of optical illusions and impossible objects.

Rated 4.5/5 in Metacritics

Initial release date: April 3, 2014

Platforms: Android, iOS