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If Clash of Clans and Clash Royale are anything to go by, people love the multiplayer elements in mobile games - the latter even spawned its own eSports series. With your mobile in your pocket at all times, you can quickly draw your gaming device to engage in a quick battle or complete a mission to climb further up the leaderboards. Competitive gaming has never been so convenient, and now there is an exceptional range of games for you to immerse yourself in and battle your way to the top.
Crossing a wide range of different themes and gameplay styles, there are our favourite mobile multiplayer games right now.


Might & Magic: Elemental Guardians



Created by top-tier video games company Ubisoft Entertainment, Might & Magic: Elemental Guardians boasts a diverse range of unique and iconic characters, a huge range of customisation features, strong progressive mechanics, and intense multiplayer elements. You can take on opponents in its strategic RPG battles, compete for leaderboard positioning in the player-vs-player arenas, and team up with friends in guilds to take on colossal boss battles.


Free Fire


The battle royale genre is still going strong across the world of gaming, but now there are even more titles to enjoy on your mobile. Free Fire, by Garena, has earned an exceptional rating for its mobile-optimised battle royale game. The survival shooter games don't take any longer than ten minutes, with 50 players in each game searching for weapons, vehicles, and hiding in bushes.


Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links




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u-Gi-Oh! Duel Links keeps on getting better. Through the iconic card game brought to the smallest screen by Konami, the mobile game makes it even easier to compete in duels, collect cards, and defeat players through multiplayer duels. The depth of the game will appeal to fans of the universe as well as lovers of online card games, while the controls and gameplay are simple and intuitive enough to hook anyone looking to duel.


Voodoo Dreams


While many mobile casinos offer a simple platform for you to log-in and play whatever game you want and then leave, Voodoo Dreams has decided to up the ante and invoke some much-needed excitement through multiplayer tournaments and duels. Through its mobile app or browser platform, you play in duels against fellow players in any game to win stars and XP, with the stars being your way of climbing up the tournament leaderboards.


Rise of Kingdoms: Lost Crusade



There is no doubt that the mobile multiplayer gaming scene is getting very competitive, but it's through competition that innovative games come to life. Rise of Kingdoms: Lost Crusade by Lilith Games is a massive game, boasting many of the best bits of other popular franchises. It features 11 unique civilisations for you to join, a single enormous map which all players battle to control, exploration and looting, unrestricted troop movement, alliance systems, a choice of legendary historical commanders, and real-time battles to allow for true RTS gameplay.


There you have it: five exciting mobile multiplayer game apps. They're all unique to each other in what they offer, but all come packed with multiplayer action with grand communities which you'll strive to conquer.


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Perhaps the main reason why bingo remains so beloved is that it's really easy to play and anyone can participate. Zero skill or prior knowledge is required, and it's as simple as jumping straight in and having fun with the numbers. The rules have remained pretty much the same over the years, as have the chances of winning, with the numbered balls being drawn completely at random.


Bingo Origins and Variants

 

The game of bingo itself is thought to have originated in Italy during the 16th century around the time of the first lottery ticket games gaining popularity, known as Il Gioco del Lotto d'Italia, with variants of the game then spreading to France and then Great Britain over the next two hundred years.


During the early 20th century, the first modern versions of bingo began appearing as an attraction at fairs and carnivals, particularly in the late 1920s. However, the formats varied slightly in the UK and US, where the game has arguably enjoyed the greatest popularity, even leading to the construction of dedicated bingo halls and gaming venues.


In the UK, a traditional bingo ticket has nine columns and three rows, with twenty-seven spaces in total containing fifteen numbers. There are five numbers and four blank spaces in each row. To win prizes, players aim to get all the numbers on one 'Line' or 'Two Lines', while a 'Full House' for the jackpot is achieved by crossing off all fifteen numbers. Players get a strip of six tickets, and ninety balls are drawn until there are winners.


The US variant appeared first in Pittsburgh, apparently, before quickly spreading nationwide with a patent for the game secured by Hugh J. Ward. Traditional American bingo cards contain twenty-five squares arranged in a five-by-five grid, of which nineteen contain numbers. Three cards are issued per player and seventy-five balls are drawn as players aim to complete rows and shout 'Bingo!' to win a prize.


Bingo in the Digital Age

 

Over the last decade and because of its simplicity as a game, playing online bingo has become increasingly popular in the digital age, taking away the need to visit dedicated venues and bringing it to the comfort of your own home.


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Just as bingo evolved gradually from its Italian lottery origins, modern gamers can enjoy a variety of themed offerings at different sites, given that game developers have been very creative. Using either the USA 90-ball or UK 75-ball variants, bingo games have been created that also incorporate themes from popular culture, movies and TV, or the video gaming theme in general.


These can range in style from visual similarities to popular casual games such as Candy Crush or Tetris to hit TV shows like The Crystal Maze, with extra side games and quizzes that accompany the core bingo game. Undoubtedly, such design choices from developers have brought a much wider choice of games to players, who can now choose whatever they fancy playing at any given time, all to suit their own particular choices and preferences.


Bingo has always been regarded as a social game, played among families and friends. For this reason, and emulating the idea of social networks, many online bingo rooms also feature a chat section, which allows players to converse during games. In some bingo games, this is also used as a special feature, with bonus prizes in cash or free tickets offered to those participating in group chats.


Nevertheless, the appeal of playing bingo online for some players is anonymity and privacy, without being disturbed in a crowded bingo hall or venue. So, don't be surprised if not everyone wants to talk while playing their game. With many options available, you can enjoy playing bingo in whichever way you prefer!



The mobile market is expected to take a huge leap in a bold new direction with foldable smartphones. As is expected for release by Samsung and Huawei this year, this approach means that smartphones will be able to have tablet-sized screens but still remain pocket-sized and convenient. Mobile gaming and media consumption have influenced the gradual rising size of smartphone screens. This recent folding innovation could have come about in order to enhance the gaming experience. This ingenious invention could boost the thriving mobile gaming sector even more.



The mobile gaming market is already booming, and was worth $137.9 billion in 2018. It is projected to grow to an astonishing $180 billion by 2021 - and this rapid increase could be helped by foldable smartphones. Looking at the Galaxy Fold from Samsung, the screen will open up to a size of 7.3 inches. Its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S10, has a screen size of 5.8 inches. Given the fact that the S10 is considered among the larger smartphones ever made, it highlights just how much bigger the foldable offering will be.



According to GO-Globe, over 62 percent of smartphone users install and play games on their devices, and it makes sense that to be able to enjoy the games fully they would require a larger screen. This is one of the reasons why tablets came about, but the bigger devices are bulkier and harder to carry around than smartphones. Foldable smartphones could bring about a happy medium.




The iGaming industry has played a major part in boosting the mobile gaming market, with a lot of slot games now being made with primary considerations focusing on the smaller devices rather than desktop. Games like Action Bank Slot and Ace of Spades, offered by Lucky Pants Bingo, can be played from mobile or desktop, but are arguably better suited to mobile play as the reels are enlarged to fit the whole screen. This creates a more immersive experience. On a larger surface with high definition graphics, these games will look even more impressive.



Another huge success story of the mobile gaming industry is the MMO genre, with titles like Ragnarok Online leading the way. These games have encouraged mass cooperative play online, and have challenged more established offerings like World of Warcraft and The Elder Scrolls for supremacy. The reason why they don't totally dominate over desktop offerings could be down to the fact that some players need to see these types of games on a larger screen. This is where the foldable smartphones could come in and help bring more players over to mobile.



With foldable smartphones yet to hit the market, there is still a lot of uncertainty around them. Samsung has said that its offering will be durable enough to last 200,000 folds. But the company has also had some disastrous products in the past which it has had to recall due to serious faults. If foldable phones don't have any major problems, they could become the norm in the near future. And if this happens, it is likely to be a major boost to the mobile gaming market.


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Although we're still only in the first half of 2019, a sea of games appeared on Google Play. Some of them are good, while some of them are horribly bad without any creativity whatsoever - so mind what you download.


In that respect, I've decided to create a list of the best games for Android that you can find in the store. Most of these titles are extremely popular, and these games were good enough to climb onto the top of the lists even at the beginning of the year. The developers ensured that there are enough genres to choose from, so all the players can have fun playing their favorite games. You can play anything from racing to fantasy games. What's worth mentioning is that gambling games have become quite a spectacle lately, you can even play blackjack for real money online nowadays. Of course, this goes for the older, legal group of gamers.


Without further ado, let's uncover the games you should download and play in secret while pretending you're working hard in the office. Note that some of these require strong phone specifications with the latest version of Android.


5. Trivia Crack 2


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The original Trivia Crack was a game that held up for a very long time. Nearly everyone loved it - from kids and teenagers to doctors and lawyers. By playing this quiz-like game, you can test your general knowledge. As you're competing against opponents, you must answer questions from different areas; history, geography, sport, pop culture, science, etc. And the application always asks for your age so it knows how difficult the questions should be.


Well, this year we're witnessing the release of Trivia Crack 2. It is a fantastic continuation of a famous smartphone game, only improved. It kept all the funny characters, animations, and its core - but the developers added even more extra features. Additionally, there are thousands of more questions to make you test your wits. So, if you're a fan of trivia games, don't miss Trivia Crack 2. Plus, it works without any setbacks. You surely won't regret downloading it.


4. Pokémon Go


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This game debuted in 2016, and you were probably a part of the hype. It became the most profitable game of the year only a month after its release, and people went crazy for it. There were even countries that expressed great concern for the safety of players. Unfortunately, the Pokémon Go craze died out fairly quickly mostly because of the bugs in the game.


What many people didn't know is that back then the game was still in its beta phase. Additionally, it had only about 150 Pokemon species you could catch. Fast forward to 2019, and Pokémon Go has nearly 300 pokemon species in store for you. Although people have been sleeping on it for a good 2 years, it slowly resurfaced in popularity since the beginning of 2019. All the glitches have been fixed, and everything works immaculately. There are some additional features that weren't there back when many people uninstalled the game from their phones. So feel free to download it - I promise that you'll be pleasantly surprised. The nostalgia will kick in harder than ever.


3. Fortnite


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Obviously, one of the most popular games of this and last year had to find its way to this list. Fortnite is available for Android phones, but you won't be able to download it from Google Play. You can download it only from the Epic Games website - don't worry though, it's perfectly legal. Although it appeared in 2017, the game truly became mainstream in 2018, when it scooped a lot of awards for the best game of the year.


So, you don't have to be tied to your desktop in order to enjoy Fortnite anymore - it will follow you anywhere you go from now on. You do need an Android phone with strong specifications though, so try to keep that in mind. The developers behind the game made sure not to disappoint the loyal fanbase, which is why it works really well.


2. Dragon Ball Legends


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If you're a 90s kid, it would be a disgrace not to have this game in your smartphone. The story of Dragon Ball and young Goku first appeared in the mid-80s. However, the popularity of this anime was so immense that it continued up to this day. Moreover, Dragon Ball and Sailor Moon are probably the first two animes to break through to the Western market.


If you owned PlayStation 1 and 2 as a kid, Dragon Ball Legends for smartphones will throw you back to the times of bliss and peace. Remember when your only concern was finishing your homework so you could connect your PS2 to the TV set and play all day? Either way, this game will bring you only the best memories. Also, there are additional features that you didn't see before - it's not all about fighting. There's the PvP mode and the adventure mode, so you can enjoy the storyline of your favorite characters.


1.      PUBG Mobile


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The only game that could Beat Fortnite and Dragon Ball for the first place is PUBG. Unlike its desktop version, PUBG mobile has only one map for now, but this will probably change fairly soon. The game is totally free, and as usual, you get to fight against 99 other people; only one person can win.


The PUBG creators successfully managed to transfer the excitement of the desktop version to the Android platform. You might have some issues learning how to manipulate the controls, but this is not because the game is glitchy. It's actually because many players are simply not used to playing it without a mouse and a keyboard. Either way, developers left no space for disappointment, so make sure to download it and enjoy.


Who Knows What the Future Holds


It's only the first half of 2019, so who knows what other reputable game makers have in stores for us later this year. Make sure to stay updated so you can join in the hype of upcoming games. Have fun!



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According to the latest statistics, there are over 2.5 billion smartphone users in the world. Most of these people own Android-based mobile devices because Android is the most used and popular operating system. Modern mobile users no longer rely on their devices for sole communication - they use it for many other things including shopping and gambling.


That's why there are many specially designed online casinos for Android users. It's worth mentioning that in most cases, you will find standard casino sites which are available exclusively to Android users. Regardless of the type of casino you are looking at, you can rest assured that with the best Android casinos out there, you will have a thrilling and rewarding gaming experience.


How to find a good online casino for Android OS?


If you ask this question, most people will say "Google it". Well, this sounds like good advice, but you should keep in mind that there are literally hundreds of casinos out there that are compatible with this operating system. So, it will take a lot of time to visit all these sites, analyze their offers, and learn how they work. Of course, you can also ask your colleagues, friends, and relatives and maybe they can share their positive experience.


However, if you want to save more time and energy, it's probably the best idea to use a specialized website where you can find reviews and information about popular online casinos including the ones designed for Android-based device users. One of the sites that can help you in situations like this is Casinopedia. With detailed reviews, comparisons and the latest news from the world of online gambling, you can rest assured that you will find what you are looking for.


How to play casino games on an Android-based smartphone or tablet?


There are basically two options for Android users when they want to play casino games on their device. First and foremost, they can access mobile-friendly casino sites through their browsers. The majority of online casinos have a responsive design which allows players to access their site with the help of a browser on their Android-based device.


The other option you have is to download a specially designed app offered by the casino. Unfortunately, not many of these casinos have standalone apps, so it might take some time before you find one. When you do, check the requirements because some of them require a higher version of Android OS to work.


Regardless of the option you have, check which games on the desktop version of the casino are also available to mobile users.


Android Casino Bonuses


Finally, before you join any Android casino on the Internet, check their bonus offer. The fact is that there are many online casinos compatible with Android OS that have a special bonus offer for mobile users. Don't miss the opportunity to get a generous welcome bonus or loyalty promotion.

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