Games to help you survive the second wave of COVID-19
So far, the government has not introduced measures like in the spring, but due to a further increase in the number of patients, it may even happen that a curfew restriction will come into force again. We’ve put together a few games for you that can beat the time that will help you Survive the Second Wave of COVID-19. Androids are preferred, but there are some of the apps on the list that are also available for iOS.
List of Top best Android and iOS games to help you pass COVID-19
Not to be missed from the list of one of the most popular mobile games is Fortnite. Fortnite comes at the number 1 place in the list of games to play that will help you pass the time in Covid-19. The Internet has been loud since the battle between Epic and Apple recently. Currently, the game can only be downloaded from Epic Games ’official website, as developers have tried to get out of the 30% corner of Google and Apple and have made microtransaction purchases available within the app as well.
2. PUBG Mobile
Like Fortnite, PUBG is Battle Royal, so the essence of the game is the same, with only one left in the end. Here we are already in the many seasons and recently the app has undergone a bit of graphic tuning, it has become much more beautiful than it was, it is worth trying. In addition to Google Play, it can also be downloaded from the App Store.
3. Call of Duty Mobile
Call of Duty is probably a new part on PC and console familiar to many every year and in the fall of 2019, it also arrived on mobile. It’s a classic fps with more game modes, the more time we spend playing, the higher the rank we get, so we have new weapons and accessories at our disposal. There have been rumors in recent weeks that Warzone mobile is coming soon as well, it’s time to start practicing on it.
Hearstone is a card game set in the world of Word of Warcraft. It’s not today’s piece, however, you can’t miss the list if we start playing on it hard enough to stop and just so time flies. There are plenty of collectible cards waiting for us, including extremely rare and powerful cards.
5. Tank Squad
The older age group will probably remember that good old tank game about the yellow cartridge. Exactly one of these came out a few days ago on mobile, with more fast-paced gameplay, improved graphics, and new game modes.
6. The Elder Scrolls: Blades
Elder Scrolls certainly doesn’t need to be introduced to many, it’s a must-have role-playing game for everyone. We can roam a vast world while exterminating all sorts of monsters and completing quests. The character is developed by us, you can be a warrior, a mage or an archer. The graphics have become beautiful, the only negative perhaps being that the mobile battery drains fairly quickly from the game.
7. Raziel: Dungeon Arena
Raziel is a classic hack and slashes especially recommended for Diablo fans. You know when Immortal is coming, it’s worth taking the time to do so. The game will be added to the Play Store in a few days, the graphics have become quite spectacular, it is worth checking out the gameplay.
8. Pokémon GO
Pokémon GO is one of the most successful mobile games on the market. The game is based on the movie series, meaning we have to collect different Pokémon. Mainly touring the world (literally), but because of COVID, the developers have also made a feature available that we can even play from the room.
9. Harry Potter: Wizards Unite
Wizards Unite is a game similar to Pokémon GO, only in the world of Harry Potter. We can collect various magic items and fight with each other, the trailer has already become quite spectacular and the app has a fairly high number of downloads in the Play Store.
Minecraft is mainly mandatory for the younger age group. In the special “cube” world, we built virtually anything. The only downside is that the application is paid, they ask for 2169 HUF.
11. The Sims
The Sims has been present on PCs and consoles for years, but many don’t know that there’s a mobile version with enough affordable graphics. The concept is the same, the daily tasks must be done in the apartment or house we build.
12. Ark: Survival Evolved
ARK takes place in an alternative world where we can capture dinosaurs that can be used to do different jobs or battles. In addition to all this, we also need to build our own village with both hands.
13. Plants vs Zombies 2
Plants vs Zombies 2 is an imaginative little skill game where strategy also plays a major role. If you start you can’t stop. It is already clear from the title that the flowers are fighting zombies. Yeah, it sounds a little weird at first, rather look at the trailer.
14. Asphalt 9: Legends
The Gameloft series is a must-have year after year for those who love car games. We’re at Legends right now and we can say that we’ve managed to surpass the previous part in both graphics and gaming experience.
15. World of Tanks Blitz
World of Tanks is a fast-paced little tank game, the goal is of course against elimination. As we progress, we can acquire new tanks, more powerful weapons, and various accessories. A lot of people play with it, not by accident.
16. Alto’s Adventure
Skill game shouldn’t be missing from the list either, Alto’s Adventure is a slap simple app with clean, modern graphics. The gameplay isn’t too complicated either, we have to deal with various obstacles by sliding on a snowboard.
17. Super Mario Run
Super Mario is probably familiar to everyone and we can already play it on mobile with updated graphics. The story is original, we have to get the princess away from the dragon by fighting turtles and mushrooms.
18. Area of Valor
Without MOBA, the list is not complete. League of Legends still doesn’t signal on mobile, but in principle, you don’t have to wait long for it. That’s why we chose Area of Valor, one of the special features of which is that we can also play with DC heroes.