The number of apps developed is increasing so rapidly it affected almost all activities of our everyday life. From setting up alarm clock to wake up in the morning to keeping ourselves entertained during the daily commute to work, we turn to our phones. Hence, our now outdated “technologies” and artefacts, such as actual clocks, newspapers or board games, must adapt to modern requirements and establish their presence in our phones.
From classic games to world-wide popular board games, all of them have to fit mobile interface to avoid extinction. Our most beloved strategy games are no exception. However, when the quantities of games are enormous, choosing the right ones for you is not the easiest of things to do. Here is when this list comes to your rescue.
1. Board games
When was the last time you played monopoly? This now classic board game might not be as popular in its original form as it used to be, but, like many others, it is available for you to download and play wherever and whenever you want as long as you are a proud user of Android or iOS.
2. Games based on your favorite TV shows/movies/books
If you are a fan of some TV show, book series or a movie, why not trying your luck and looking up if there are any strategy or other type of games based on them? If you are into popular ones, high chances are you will find not one, not two but dozens of apps to choose from. Don’t believe us? Try to count the apps for Game of Thrones alone.
3. Table games
Entirely new world also opened for us gambling sympathizers when our beloved casino games, such as blackjack, baccarat or craps, became available on the go. Playing cards, rethinking your strategies and winning money – all during one metro commute? You can read here and think about trying it. But we are already downloading some apps…
4. All time classics
Most games can stay popular for decades but only few beat centuries. If looking for the best of the best, history is one place to check. However, even the games counting centuries, for example – chess – need a breath of fresh air from time to time. Luckily, mobile interface and chess apps like this one do exactly that.
It would be a sin to mention classics and skip all the new strategy games that are within your reach every time you open an app store. Opposite to classic games, with new ones you never know what are you getting yourself into. In most stores you can filter games by genre and then pick the best ones by number of downloads, ratings or reading couple of reviews. If that seems like too much work, try picking any from this article and you surely will find some addictive games in couple of minutes.
What are your favorite strategy game apps? Don’t be shy to share them with us.