The best games for the modern smartphone have changed over the years, but there are some classic classics that are still around that are worth learning.
Here’s a look at 10 games that are sure to keep you busy, or keep you at home.1.
A.I. Artificial Intelligence, or A.A.
I, by Artificial Intelligence Lab, University of Illinois, 2009This is the first of three games in the series, but it’s by far the best.
It’s easy to learn and is a great introduction to the concepts of AI, as well as a great place to start.2.
Bionic Commando, by Red Barrels, 2008This is a good example of a classic game that has gone through some major changes over the last decade, and is still one of the most popular mobile games in its genre.
You get to choose your own side and take on the Commando and his crew.3.
Call of Duty: Black Ops II, by Activision, 2008One of the biggest games of the last few years, Black Ops III is another great game for a smartphone game.
The game has a lot of customization options and can be played offline.4.
Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare, by Treyarch, 2008It’s hard to pick the best mobile game, but I think the Modern Warfare series has it nailed.
It plays on both the PC and mobile platforms, but features an excellent storyline, deep gameplay and an immersive story.5.
Pokemon: Fire Red, by Nintendo, 2003This is another classic.
Pokemon Red was one of my favorites when I was a kid, and I loved playing it when I got a chance.
The gameplay is incredibly fluid and has a variety of different types of Pokemon.6.
Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, by Team Ninja, 2001This game is a classic.
You can get this classic in both the original Nintendo 64 and the original Game Boy Advance versions.7.
The Amazing Spider-Man, by Sony, 2006This is one of Sony’s most successful mobile titles.
The simple gameplay is very accessible for kids and there are a lot more levels than the original Spider-man game.8.
The LEGO Batman 2 series, by LEGO, 2004The LEGO Batman series is a really fun way to play.
It has a great story, tons of characters and a really good level editor.9.
Minecraft, by Mojang, 2008Minecraft is an excellent mobile game.
There are a ton of different levels and an incredible amount of creativity.10.
Pokemon Snap, by Niantic, 2010The Pokemon Snap series is another one of those games that have changed so much over the past decade that they’re no longer as relevant as they were a few years ago.
They still have some great gameplay and some really fun features, but they’re not as popular as they once were.