10 Games We Want To See On Phones

by Chief Tin | May 12, 2016 | , ,

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We asked Britz, Sephbot, and Chieftin what games from the PC and console platforms they’d like to see on their phones:


Britz

Flat Kingdom

If I had to choose it would be Flat Kingdom and Schlicht. Flat Kingdom’s paper art is amazingly adorable! I’d definitely not get bored with all this color going on.

Flat Kingdom

Schlicht

Schlicht is another game I think would be awesome for mobile; I found out about it from the guys over at Mr. Whale’s Game Service. Looking at it I think my thumb would get in the way of seeing clearly if played on smaller screens, so I’d want this on my tablet instead.

Schlicht

Chieftin

Stardew Valley

I’m gonna tell you in advance that most games I want to steal from PC and consoles for mobile are narrative-driven games, because I’m a sucker for those. Obviously, I’d want to be able to play Stardew Valley wherever I go, because who doesn’t want to milk digital cows on their way home from work.”

Always Sometimes Monsters

Still can’t get over how horribly tragic this game was. I’ve played through it tons of times, but still want to go through the game with different characters. ASM would be perfect for getting through EDSA traffic.

Hyper Light Drifter

It’s beautiful, fast-paced, and frustrating, everything I want in mobile game. The Drifter’s way of attacking can also translate well on mobile: swipe to slash, just like Bushido Bear!

Hyper Light Drifter

Journey

This. There’s no good reason to not have Journey available to you anywhere you are. Although it won’t do the game justice to play on smaller screens, maybe on tablets? Imagining co-op play on a tablet makes me feel things.

Journey

Sephbot

Fatal Frame

Remember the old mosquito game on Nokia phones? Imagine doing the same thing for Fatal Frame on mobile, with movement through gyro controls. Gyro + camera + AR = Fatal Frame.

Fatal Frame

Zone of the Enders

“A true classic, granddaddy of great mech action games like Rayark’s Implosion. Controls can be on-screen just like for JRPG games like Dragon Encounter and Minimon Masters.”

Zone of the Enders

The Binding of Isaac

We were so close with this one. It was almost on iOS, but the App Store rejected it on grounds of ‘violence toward children’. Come on, even Nintendo allowed the game on 3DS and WiiU.

The Binding of Isaac

Command and Conquer Red Alert

The father of all RTS games. Why shouldn’t be the oldest resource management game be on mobile, to show everyone else how it’s done?

 

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Chief Tin

Chieftin likes beaches. All kinds of beaches. She loves the rogue-class and doesn't understand why anyone would want to control a moving boulder a.k.a anything in warrior-class. She is currently pursuing further studies in creative writing and pursuing even more vigorously what to do with creative writing.

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