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Essays 15 April 2020, 13:50

author: Patrick Manelski

A fanatic of MMO-games, who's lost in the fantasy world. He won't say no to a good book or TV series.

Best Android Games 2020

The first quarter is behind us, and we already have a pretty decent selection of mobile games to check. Especially now, when a lot of people have more time.

It's time for another compilation of mobile games. This time, we look at the games coming out in 2020. We're already past the first quarter of the year, and quite a few interesting games already launched. But since release dates got sketchier nowadays, we've decided to publish the list sooner. Whether any of these games will be released later this year is a question we dare not answer. We just want to make sure you have something to play!

THE LIST IS NOT COMPLETE!

We realize we're only behind in the first quarter. However, we felt that it was better to assemble the list sooner (as in now), and then update it successively. Depending on which games will end up being released this year, we'll certainly bring this collection up to date. If you have your own propositions, share them in the comments. After all, this is all for you!

Gwent: The Witcher Card Game

  1. Genre: card trading game
  2. Requirements: Android 7.0
  3. Business Model: free-to-play

The White Wolf has finally arrived... on Android. It took a while, but Gwent: The Witcher Card Game is finally available to the mobile OS from Google. Nevertheless, it seems it was worth the wait: the game may even flourish in the mobile formula. In addition, the Journey, a special kind of battle pass released recently, offers hope that in the next few months CDPR will not turn Gwent upside down again.

At the same time, though, be aware that Gwent on Android suffers from some problems. The complaints mostly boil to two things: the game's high requirements, and interface legibility, plus the occasional glitches. As far as I'm concerned, however, this is a good game, and one of the more honest card games out there.

  1. Gwent: The Witcher card game in Google Play
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