Top 15 Best Strategy Games for iOS/Android in 2020 part one
Are you tired of mindless gem crushing, and bird flinging? Well, today we have a number of games that will make better use of your brain during your next gaming session.
Here are 15 of the best strategy games for Android and iOS. And we start with the roll total war barbarian invasion.
Total war is one of the most popular strategy game franchises, and fans of the game can enjoy the familiar gameplay on their phones without sacrificing much. Of course, the smaller display does make positioning your armies on the battlefield more challenging, but that’s nothing an experienced commander can deal with. The game will cost you 5 bucks, but for the quality and gameplay depth that you’re getting with it, it’s worth the price.
Next up is grow empires Romans, another wrong team strategy game but this one is not only free but also much more lighthearted with its cartoonish visuals. Gameplay can be best described as a combination of tower defense and tower offense. You have to defend your capital from invaders, but you can also conquer other towns to gain more resources. Unfortunately, as with most other free mobile games there are some premium currencies involved. It can be purchased with real money but even without them you’ll be able to slowly grow your empire.
Number three we have civilization 6, another well-known name in the strategy genre. As usual, you start with a small town thousands of years before Christ and set on a journey through the ages until you build a modern day in megapolis. The game might be too complex for the casual gamer but fans of the franchise will be glad to see that the mobile version is as close as possible to his desktop variant. If you find yourself with hours to kill, civilization 6 will make them pass in a breeze. Unfortunately, Civ 6 is iOS only for now.
Next up we’ve got war commander rogue assault, or Commander is set in a more modern environment where you’re tasked with completing various missions with your force of elite specialists. You can train units, purchase enough great vehicles and expand your base. The graphics are a bit retro but the game is entered lest the next strategy game you should try is the age of ottoman.
Speaking of graphics age of ottoman won’t value with its visuals, at least they provide plenty of entertainment, combined with the voice acting the game is good where it counts which is the battles you won’t see hundreds of Units marching in order instead your futuristic warriors who have to be used optimally in order to complete the mission at hand.