17 Best Android Strategy Games and Card Games of 2020

There are rumors that all mobile games are casual, ridiculous, and disposable cases while playing in the bathroom or waiting for Pop-Tarts to pop up.

As this list shows, the Google Play Store hosts some of the deepest, richest, and most challenging strategy gaming experiences. These titles take you to World War II and Vietnam, the British football league and outer space, and several different fantasy worlds.

No matter where you end up, you will need to keep your wisdom about you to survive.

It’s impossible to hate cards, the universe, and cues, which stands for everything. Even if you don’t like card butler very much, you can think of it as a mobile game cousin of the comedy panel show QI, full of fun trivia quizzes and gentle humor. This award-winning educational game is suitable for all ages and can fight pharaohs and dinosaurs, Loki and pugs, Zeus and bears.

Gwent may have been a game that convinced CD Projekt to have a Midas Touch. Originally designed as a side show for The Witcher 3, Gwent was so popular that it deserved its own spin-off game. This allows players who have improved their skills against strangely familiar NPCs to play against other humans. Regular content drops and behind-the-scenes stories make this an essential card butler.

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In this cleverly constructed prequel that hits the roguelike game The Binding of Isaac, Isaac invents a game to distract from the horrors of his family life, as well as as a hobo trying to recover stolen money. I also play as. In terms of gameplay, it’s a roguelike game where you fight interesting and addictive cards with a variety of “ugly but cute” bosses, dozens of items and trinkets to collect and upgrade, and 30 different enemies.

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Developed by Danfornas and Tacoboy Studios, the Creatures of Aether is the perfect gateway card butler if you don’t think you’re ready to dive into Gwent’s round. It sees you build a deck and put cards on the grid. Like the cartoonish and fantasy version of Risk, it involves trying to beat your opponents with pure numbers and turn the board into your color. It’s not for hardcore card butlers, but it’s a great option for beginners.

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Meteorfall: Krumit’s Tale is often compared to Adventure Time, especially by me and for good reason. Both aesthetically and tonal, it could be a spin-off of Pendleton Ward’s surreal masterpiece. But it’s not just a tribute. This sequel to the fight against amazing cards sees you adventuring through fantasy words through card placement. If you’ve played Slay the Spire (another great influence), you’ll get a rough idea of ​​what you can expect.

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Riot Games has taken the time to bring League of Legends to mobile. Great League of Legends: Before launching Wild Rift, we introduced you to Legends of Runeterra, a white card butler based in the League of Legends universe. It features the iconic regions and champions of the series, as well as some of its own characters. Craft, rank play, etc. As you can imagine, this is a very solid card butler.

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Terafyn is a card-based RPG that presents story campaigns that include brotherhood battles, epic wars, prophecies and more. It’s a great big bumper bundle of folklore, characters, puzzles, places, hand-painted ares, demigods, mythical creatures, and all the good ones. Combat, on the other hand, is turn-based and involves spinners. There is no other like that.

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Radio Commander of 911 Operator dev Games Operators puts you in the position of a radio operator during the Vietnam War. Use the radio to back up orders for battlefield soldiers. Only the radio chatter comes back and annotated maps tell you what’s happening on the ground. This is a highly immersive, tense and innovative approach to the real-time strategy genre.

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When it comes to managing football on mobile, there is really only one option. SEGA’s Football Manager 2021 Mobile has all the official licenses you can request, as well as an improved dynamics system, new tactical templates, new countries, and years of cumulative experience. This is a strategy game where you get lost, assuming you like soccer.

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Maze Machina comes from the fertile spirit of Arnold Rauers, a developer whose strategy games have gained loyal support on mobile. It sees you playing as a little mouse trapped in an ever-changing mechanical maze. why? For the entertainment of the evil automatic transmission. In gameplay, swipe the grid to move. The twist is that everything moves in the same direction. In other words, you need to plan ahead to avoid being extinguished by the robot.

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The Bonfire: Forsaken Lands before it, The Bonfire 2: Uncharted Shores are sophisticated, stylish and award-winning city builders that have been launched into strange lands. You need to establish colonies on a procedurally generated world map and place structures to maximize their effectiveness, but you also need to fight monsters every night. Your only hope in the long run is to get magical artifacts to defeat ancient evils.

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The game isn’t as highly rated as Crying Suns. Inspired by Dune and FTL, you will be tasked with casting you as a space commander, exploring the ruins of a fallen empire, and entering tactical battles. This is a story-driven experience, where each playthrough fills the game’s backstory a bit more, making it almost infinitely playable. If you like FTL, you’ll love this.

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There are many great games, but only some can be legally described as masterpieces. Company of Heroes is definitely one of them. This fascinating World War II real-time strategy game was introduced in 2006 and is still regularly on the list of best strategy games. It is now included in this list, thanks to Feral Interactive’s excellent Android port.

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Adopted by the award-winning board game Dire Wolf Digital, Raiders of the North Sea is a worker placement game that brings together longboat crews to conquer the unfortunate people of the North Sea. Of course, it’s a bit more resource management and planning than a regular Viking yarn, but someone has to do it. Your reward: Death of glory.

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Another board game transformation, this time the setting is Warhammer’s Age of Sigma, more specifically Gantt Summoner’s Silver Tower. You need to enter this tower and go through the waves of monsters in tactical turn-based battles. Fortunately, some champions are at hand to help you, all with their own skill sets and gameplay styles.

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Of course, there is no such thing as Kingdom Two Crowns other than Kingdom: New Lands. Indescribably beautiful pixel art strategy game, set yourself as a monarch, recruit subjects, build a kingdom and protect it from scary monsters. The main difference between this game and its predecessor is that you can play with others on the same device. Make sure you live in the same household.

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Magic: ManaStrike is a battle against the real-time strategy cards of Wizards of the Coast’s unmatched Magic: The Gathering franchise. This is an accessible and fun card butler where you can choose colors, customize spells and go directly to PvP matches with players from all over the world. Planeswalkers will also be introduced, bringing unique abilities to the battle. This is a solid CCG from an established series.

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