Rayman Adventures from Ubisoft is the third installment in the popular mobile platform game. If you’ve played the first couple of Rayman games, you’re going to like the new features here, and if it’s your first time you’re going to find this an immersive world thanks to the graphics and gameplay.
If you watch Nickelodeon’s Game Shakers, you should be familiar with Sky Whale, the game that the two schoolgirls made for their school project. Sky Whale proved to be popular in the show, so much so that there’s now a real mobile game based on it available for the iOS and Android, and it’s a good one too.
There are basically two kinds of games on mobile, the complex ones that require you to invest time in them, and the others that are aimed at casual gamers who only play in spurts and just want a diversion. Slow Down by Ketchapp is one such game, offering a simple gameplay that anyone can get into.
Bullet Boy is new for 2015, but this offering from Pomelo Games bears a strong resemblance to classic 90s sidescrolling games. The premise is simple enough: you shoot Bullet Boy from barrels and steer clear from the obstacles that are in your path. It sounds easy, but you have to be on your toes to get far.
Splish Splash Pong from Happymagenta is the latest game to follow the footsteps of Crossy Road, or games where animals cross a traffic heavy road. While Splash Pong bears some resemblance to the other games in this burgeoning genre, it’s got some original features too.