So here at TheLootGaming, I believe that mobile games haven’t gotten the recognition they really deserve in some aspects. So I decided to dive into the app store and find some mobile games that are hidden amongst the app store, or just tons of damn fun. I wanted to do this in themes. For the first one, I wanted to do something you can enjoy with friends in real life and quickly. All of these games will require playing with another actual human so brace yourself for some social interaction. Grab the nearest person and try them out today.
Mucho Party, to me, is exactly what it sounds and looks like. For those who don’t know “Mucho” stands for “A lot” or “Plenty”. Even though it is technically free and it gives you access to a decent selection of games right off the bat, spend some money on it. It has about forty games to play. The price point for unlocking the full potential of this game is $3.99 USD. So, if you’ll spend that much on any kind of food, why not spend it on something you can keep. Check out a few of the selections and the gameplay below.
Let’s continue the party! Some of you may have seen the gameplay for Astro Duel Deluxe on the Nintendo Switch Store. This is a similar game in which you use two buttons as your control systems. One will shoot and the other will have you spin while you accelerate forward automatically. The retro graphics a la asteroid really give this game charm. There are a variety of stages to check out and hey, it’s free too!
Micro Battles Series
This is more…uptight game I guess you could say. For each installment, you get a roulette to spin. Then whichever game it lands on is the game of the day for you. This may feel limiting but with three installments it kind of lightens the limitation to three games a day. Not too bad when you are just looking for a quick game. I’ll separate the downloads into their own sections so you can access each.
Here are games from 2, to avoid spoiling the series;
Micro Battles 1
Micro Battles 2
Micro Battles 3
That is the round up for this week. I will try to have the focus of next week be centralized similarly by theme to keep things interesting. Do you know of any other games with similar gameplay experiences? Comment below so we can create an evolving article with this unique play style.