Got a gaming phone and want to put it to the test? Well, we’ve got a list of games that will definitely help you. These games are known for their high requirements and specifications in order to run smoothly, be it in their visuals or overall gameplay.
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1. Genshin Impact
One of the biggest mobile games out there in terms of size and requirements, Genshin Impact brings suffering to lower-end mobile devices. This is especially true as the game continues to implement bigger and better updates to its game as time goes on. There’s literally an update that adds new content every month, be it in terms of characters, weapons or regions.
It doesn’t look like miHoYo is slowing down anytime soon either, so those with lower-end mobile devices might have to switch it up or play it on a different platform altogether. Your gaming phone is sure to be tested with its breathtaking graphics and all sorts of elemental abilities portrayed by its varying characters.
2. Call of Duty Mobile
As with any battle royale or action shooter game, speed and reaction time is of the utmost importance. A game that lags will only bring death in a high-stakes situation like a game of Call of Duty Mobile. This is why it is a great game to play on gaming phones with higher speed and memory.
Aside from your usual battle royale and multiplayer antics, Call of Duty Mobile also boasts an adrenaline-pumping zombie mode. This adds to the pre-existing game a whole layer of difficulty and life-threatening fun. There are more missions and modes for you to try out with the undead chasing after you.
3. The Room: Old Sins
This game boasts the best graphics in the franchise, which can easily test the limits of your gaming phone. There are three games in The Room series and a ton of other games in the franchise. The concept is to solve puzzles while making use of your phone’s intuitive touchscreens.
The Room is one of those games that were designed for mobile play, so movements and gameplay are rather natural, compared to a game that was ported over. In order to immerse their players, the graphics are highly demanding as well.
4. Chaos Rings III
The Chaos Rings trilogy is an original JRPG from Square Enix that has been ported over to mobile phones to give players a taste of the mysteries and truth behind Paradise. This fourth installment of the game is considered the best in terms of gameplay and graphics, so this naturally makes it a great choice.
Chaos Rings III is the best JRPG currently available on mobile devices, which also means it requires some great specifications. There are all sorts of monsters, treasures and legends for you to discover and defeat as the story lures you into its depths.
With all the elaborate events and collaborations Fortnite has brought to its players, a higher-level phone is definitely needed. As mentioned before, a battle royale game needs speed and quick reaction time in order to end in victory.
Plus, you get to experience all the fun events, weapons, characters and stories that Fortnite has to offer without worrying if your phone is going to crash and lose all progress. Similar to that of Genshin Impact, Fortnite has been receiving consistent updates as well, so a gaming phone would definitely be preferable.
6. Asphalt 9 Legends
Adrenaline, realism and speed. What more could you ask for in a racing game? Well, if you said content and insanely good graphics, then you might as well add Asphalt 9 Legends to your gaming wishlist right away.
The Asphalt series of racing games have always incorporated amazing graphics and this one goes up to 60 fps. There’s all sorts of cars and events for you to partake in and collect as well. You’re sure to feel some competitive fun in both career and multiplayer modes with this title.
7. Nimian Legends: BrightRidge
If you’re looking for a visually appealing gaming experience, Nimian Legends: BrightRidge is a great option for you to go for. This is an open world RPG set in your mobile phone, with a sequel Vandgels for those who are thirsty for more.
Sure, the game does have a list of graphical options for you to choose from, but in order for you to experience and immerse yourself wholly, it’s definitely best placed in the highest setting. Which is why it is a great game for you to put your gaming phone to use. The game even has a photo mode and exploration mode for those who would like to enjoy the scenery without being attacked by random enemies.
May this list be a useful one in finding your gaming phone a worthy game or app to test its limits! If you have any other games or apps in mind, do let me know in the comments below!