CyberikaIf Cyberpunk 2077 does not go to mobile phones, then the domestic studio Kefir will solve this issue itself. These guys are known for a project like Frostborn. Here Cyberika is somewhat similar to it: isometric gameplay, small locations and graphics at a relative level. The combat system is flat, as are the sounds of the blows. Over time, our character gets used to different materials, Thai food, strange pills, and so on. We will deal with hypocritical businessmen, bandits with Mohawks and computers. Sometimes you will have to decipher hieroglyphs (hacking). There are a lot of dialogues, they are not voiced. It will go for those who do not pull Cyberpunk from CD Projekt RED.
Ubisoft released the Brawlhalla browser not so long ago. Now another one has rolled up on smartphones. The basic rules are the same as in Super Smash Bros. — we beat the enemies, and over time they fly further away from the edges of the arena. The main mode: fights in the "3 on 3" format. In the arena, someone always hits someone, someone flies away. That is, if you need dynamic battles, then the ticket is booked. At the end of the match, the best player (MPV) is shown. The arenas are different, where you can jump on special platforms, which adds tactics. The interface and graphics are pleasant to the eye, the characters are diverse and with their own skills. Cool game, you can try it in the evening.
NorthgardThe long-awaited Northgard strategy has been ported to smartphones. Here, Viking clans fight each other for resources and territories. There are several clans to choose from; they have their own advantages and disadvantages. Some trade better, while others sacrifice to the gods. This is essentially a real-time strategy game (RTS). We are building a town hall, as well as houses and barracks. You need to manage resources, and then deal with the local weather. Ruins are scattered around the map, where treasures are hidden. The settlement can be attacked by wolves and other enemies. The graphics are nice, similar to the Civilization series.
Company of Heroes: Opposing FrontsFeral Interactive was pleasantly surprised: we were given an early key to review Opposing Fronts. The game is wonderful, though challenging. This is also a real-time strategy game (RTS). The action takes place during the Second World War, on the Western Front. In Opposing Fronts, the developers have added two story campaigns: for the British and the Germans. Players can control tanks, set mines, and fire artillery. The graphics are a bit old, but there are cut scenes with Russian subtitles. You have to get used to the control: it is inconvenient on smartphones with a small diagonal. If you are used to strategies where developers lead by the handle and underestimate the complexity, then it is better not to meddle — already at the second level, the game tests your skills as a strategist.Gate of MobiusThis project is reminiscent of Honkai Impact 3rd: corridor locations, third-person action and anime characters. The graphics are nice, the interface is not overloaded. We are fighting different fantasy creatures. The attacks are self-guided, which makes the gameplay a little easier. There may be chests at the end of the levels. After passing, we are shown the time spent, the number of revivals and crystals (maximum three). The latter are special conditions: defeat all, do not die, complete in three minutes, and so on. Characters need to be pumped, equipment of different rarity (gacha).
FantasianIf the creator of the legendary Final Fantasy series makes an exclusive game for Apple Arcade, then it must be special. And it really is: we get an interesting jRPG with a "live" environment and virtual characters. The game is reminiscent of the old era of role-playing games, the times of the PlayStation 2. Over time, we pump the hero and his skills. There are small inserts on the game engine, the battle begins and ends almost immediately. The plot is revealed from the dialogues, but they are not voiced. Get ready to fight with mechs, cyborgs and other pieces of iron. Connoisseurs of the genre will check it out, if you are not a fan of Final Fantasy, then it is unlikely that the game will surprise you.