Our favorite 5 free mobile games


It’s not so easy to pick out a new mobile game when there are so many to choose from these days. If you’re anything like us, we like to test out the free games first and then if we like it, we’ll consider spending our hard-earned money on those in-app purchases. In this current gaming era, the game needs to grab your attention quickly else it’s a case of a quick uninstall and onto the next. To save you time on trawling through the hundreds of games in the app stores, we’ve listed our top 5 free mobile games at the moment, so read on and we’re sure that you’ll find something to suit your gaming tastes:

Brawl Stars

Brawl Stars has a lot to live up to when you realize that it comes straight out of the same design studio as recent mega-hits Clash of Clans and Clash Royale. It doesn’t let you down. The barbarians and skeletons characters have disappeared and in their place are 22 colorful characters known as brawlers. Each one comes with a set of unique attack moves and you’ll need to put some serious gaming time in to unlock all of the characters. You get to play various events such as death-match, defend-your-base, and the classic 3v3 matchup, so you’ll never get bored. It’s another fine example of mobile gaming and the fact that it’s free (with in-game purchasing available) means you really should download it and test your brawling skills at least once!

American Roulette Royale

The classic casino game of roulette has always been a popular choice amongst casual punters. It must be the simple rules and big potential wins that drag people in for a spin of the wheel. Like with all games, practice makes perfect, so we’ve included the free-to-play American Roulette Royale game on our list. This American roulette is available to play at the online roulette site roulettepractice.com. You can spend as much time as you like, spend as many free credits as you like (just reset the page if you run out), and sharpen up your roulette skills before you head off to the real-play casinos.

Data Wing

Data Wing is a game that can easily fool you into thinking it’s another run-of-the-mill ‘endless runner’, but look a little deeper and you’ll find an 80’s arcade-inspired game with a lot of depth. After the first few levels which have been designed to teach you the simple controls, you’re then thrown into a number of time trials and mission-based levels that take you into the central storyline of the game…you’re a vessel within a computer that has been tasked to carry data from one virtual point to another. You weren’t expecting that, right? Data Wing looks simple on the outside but the fun controls, advanced racing techniques, and unique storyline pulls you in for what has to be one of the best free mobile arcade games made to date.

Alto’s Odyssey

The game Alto’s Odyssey is the follow-up to Alto’s Adventure and it was always going to be a smash hit if designers Noodlecake Studios stuck to the winning blueprint. We’re happy to say, they did. Alto’s Odyssey takes you to new and faraway exotic lands and that soothing soundtrack is still in use. The gameplay itself has also been given an upgrade and now you can interact with the game’s background, with air balloons and mini tornados designed to keep Alto on his toes throughout the levels. Zen mode is back due to popular demand and this is where most players will end up eventually. Simply ride your sandboard to your heart’s content as you forget all about points, time, and beating scores. Alto’s Odyssey is beautiful and more to the point, absolutely free to play!

Asphalt 9: Legends

If there’s a mobile game that can give PS4 and Xbox games a run for their money in the graphics arena then it’s the car racing game Asphalt 9: Legends. This racer is hands down one of the best-looking mobile games on the market. If you’re a fan of arcade racing games then you need to give this free-to-play favorite a drive, we don’t think you’ll be let down. The standard controls are thrown out of the window and you’re left to drift and flip your chosen car through the high-paced, multi-level circuits. The game is beautifully designed and effortless to play with that extra high-octane kick that keeps your pulse racing to the finish line. Asphalt 9: Legends is the clear leader when it comes to free-to-play mobile racers.


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