Enjoy these outstanding combatants while you wait for more releases of classic fighting games.
We’re listing down some the best combat games you can try on your phone, without further ado here they are:
Mortal Kombat shrinks down and adapts the gory action of the well-received console game for your Android phone. Touchscreen controls are used in the game, but they don’t feel like they prevent you from controlling your characters completely. You often engage in 3 vs. 3 combat, allowing you to tactically tag in additional fighters as necessary.
Although the graphics are practically console-quality, your storage will suffer as a result. This game occupies a lot of room. If you’re a die-hard Mortal Kombat fan, I have no doubt that you can find space on your phone for this magnificent, brutal game. You receive Souls via in-app purchases (IAP), which you can use to buy coins, which can then be used to buy booster packs.
Platform fighting game Brawlhalla is comparable to Super Smash Bros. In battles with up to eight competitors, the objective is to use any means necessary to knock your opponents off the stage. From casual to ranked matches, there are a ton of gamers available for matchmaking. There are numerous game types, competitions, spectator options, and many more things.
At the time you are reading this, there are 56 characters with an eight-character rotation of free-to-play characters. You can purchase the All Legends Pack, which unlocks all present and future characters, or you can earn gold to purchase new ones. One of the best brawlers on Android, the game boasts a thriving community and regular updates.
Shadow Fight 3
Astonishingly detailed 3D-rendered arenas are provided in Shadow Fight 3. So to say, your soldiers have come out of hiding and they look magnificent. The buttery-smooth controls and animation that have always been a hallmark of Shadow Fight are present here. The mechanics are accurate as well; a well-timed heavy sword assault will cause your adversary to drop their blade and be launched into the air.
There is a comprehensive campaign to complete as well as a huge variety of weapons, armor, and special attacks to unlock and equip for your warrior. Although there is no multiplayer here other than controlling AI-controlled avatars owned by other players, the emphasis on providing excellent graphics and a responsive gaming experience pays off.
Although you may purchase additional weapons and other upgrades with in-game currency and through in-app purchases if you run out of coins, this game is free to play.
Street Fighter IV
In recent months, Street Fighter IV has improved thanks to Capcom. The game supports Bluetooth controllers and boasts a fantastic cast of characters as well as some entertaining gameplay techniques. Although you can download it for free, you can only access all characters and game types if you pay $5.
Fighting Tiger – Liberal
In this kung-fu beat-’em-up, defend yourself and your lady. Given that it is completely free, the game is surprisingly good.
As you engage in combat with numerous opponents, you can pick up a variety of equipment, such as swords, weapons, motorbike helmets, and so forth. You’ll be using combos and picking the proper combat technique frequently as you fend off enemies in this game. Just wonderful, mindless entertainment.