If you’re tired of fighting games that require you to perform complex moves just to hit your opponent, you’re going to love Marvel Contest of Champions from Kabam. This is a fighting game featuring Marvel’s greatest heroes beating the hell out of each other, and it just takes a few swipes and taps to get into the game.
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.
Frontline Commando: WW2 from Glu Games may look like just another shooter, but it differs in many respects, mainly concerning how easy it is to control and the amount of variety in each of the levels. The game is set in the Battle of the Bulge during World War II, but even if you don’t know your history, you’re still going to enjoy the game.
Mortal Kombat X from Warner Bros. is the first iteration of the popular video game franchise on mobile. But even if you’re just a casual gamer you’ve no doubt heard of the game and know what it’s all about, which is all fighting and tearing your opponents limb from limb. The mobile version, fortunately, lives up to the hype.
Stickman games are very popular on mobile today, and iKungfu Stickman Kungfu Master from Tofu Games is certainly a welcome addition to the list. While there’s no shortage of sidescroller games on Android, this title manages to stick out from the rest with its addictive gameplay that will have you coming back for more.