Top 10 games with BEST graphics for Android and iOS
Call of Duty: Mobile
Asphalt 9: Legends
Asphalt 9 is another super-popular game and with good reason. The graphics are so good you start wondering how smartphones can be so powerful these days. Sure, the actual driving is far from realistic, your car spends more time flipping through the air than actually using its tires and the steering is pretty much automatic, but it’s all in the name of entertainment. And this game delivers on that front as well. Exoctic hyper cars, detailed maps, challenging opponents, it has it all.
Mindcell is a not a very popular game but it deserves to be on this list. In this futuristic third-person shooter, you have to fight your way to your freedom, otherwise you'll become an experimental test subject and that's something that doesn't promise a good outcome. The levels you'll go through are diverse and detailed, pretty close to those of a console title. You'll encounter a wide range of enemies and bosses while looking for your escape, so be prepared for some high-paced action. The game costs $1 on iOS and $5 on Android, which might stop someone from trying it out, but if you're eager to experience something new, go for it!
ARK: Survival Evolved
ARK is a game with an amazing open world where dinosaurs roam free and you begin your journey scraping for food and clothes, trying your best to stay alive. As you become more experienced, however, you’ll find yourself the master of these same dinosaurs and owner of a base you’ve designed and built yourself. You don’t have to do everything alone, however, you can always find likeminded people and join a tribe. Together, you can go on adventures in the beautifully crafted environment, where plenty of secrets are waiting to be discovered.
The First Tree
The First Tree is a very unique game. It's all about relaxation and enjoyment. There are no enemies to fight, no ways to die and nothing that can scare or upset you. It's basically a fairy tale you get to participate in. As a fox. But you can also look at it as a form of interactive meditation, as the levels are so calming and pleasing to look at, you'll feel the stress of the day draining away from you as you play. It's a paid game, costing $5 on both platforms, but if you're appreciative of games as a form of art, The First Tree will be a valuable addition to your collection.
Iron Blade is a classic RPG. Your character is covered in armor head to toe and is swinging around the biggest and baddest weapons he can get his hands on, leaving countless monsters dead in the process. And while many games of that type exist for smartphones, few of them look as good as Iron Blade. The levels are vast and the change between different environments keeps the gameplay from feeling boring. As you level up, you’ll learn new skills and gain access to more powerful weapons, which you’ll need to defeat the bosses.
The game also has a PvP element where you’re in charge of your own castle and have to defend it from the invasion forces of other players. It’s not all hacking and slashing in Iron Blade!
Black Desert Mobile
Last but not least, we have an MMORPG for you. Black Desert has amzing graphics with a huge emphasis on spectacular skill effects which makes battles look epic even if there’s only a handful of enemies involved. You can choose between five classes, each with a unique fighting style and skillset. You’ll have to work hard to gain the experience needed to unlock the most powerful skills and acquire quality gear since you start with almost nothing. With plenty of other players roaming around the world, you can make new friends or just partner up to complete a quest or two faster. Black Desert suffers from some of the negatives of free games, but overall, it offers plenty fo enjoy as well. It’s definitely worth a try!