#1. Clash of clans
Clash of clans falls in the category of most addictive games in the world of mobile games history. It's a freemium mobile MMO strategy video game developed and published by Supercell on August 2, 2012, for IOS platform later on released in the google play store on October 7, 2013. The main motto of the game is to save the village by securing the clan right in the middle of the village by deploying defenses like mortar, canon, wizard tower etc. The game needs an update to each of the feature available in the game, from Mortar, Canon, Barracks, Wizard tower, Gold storage, Elixir and much more. More features can't be availed without updating and for that, you've to hire some builders and again for that you'll need to collect Gems, for more builders your requirements for Gems increases every time with a maximum of five builders. Players need to upgrade their defense for a better protection and for that you need resources, that can be gained from attacking other players through the game's features of fighting. The main resources are gold, elixir and dark elixir. Players can create their clan or can join on to others with a maximum of fifty members for more loot of gold and elixir. The game has gained a lot more positive reviews and high ratings from many critics.
#2. Temple Run
Temple Run is an endless running game designed and programmed by husband-and-wife team Keith Shepherd and Natalia Luckyanova. It's a 3D game developed and published by the Raleigh-based Imangi Studios. In this game, the player controls a guy who embarks on an adventure to seek an ancient and valuable golden idol from a temple in the Gardens of Bomarzo in Italy, with a monkey running behind him to devour him. The game has no end to it until the character falls off the temple to his demise or is eaten by the crazed monkeys. To move the player left or right the player can tilt his device left or right to move the character to either side of the screen to collect coins and/or avoid obstacles. If the player wishes to jump over an object, the screen can be swiped upwards; if the player wishes to slide under an object, the screen can be swiped downwards.The game consists of three types of coins to be found while the character is running: gold, red, and blue. A gold coin will only add one coin to the player's total number of coins. Red coins are worth two coins, while blue coins are worth three. The coins can be used to buy and then upgrade power-ups and/or other characters, to get the highest score.
#3. Pokemon GO
The Pokemon Company, and was initially released in selected countries in July 2016. Pokémon Go is a free-to-play, location-based augmented reality game developed by Niantic for iOS and Android devices with downloaded more than 500 million times worldwide. Pokemon Go was released to mixed reviews, with critics praising the game's concept and the incentive to be more active in the real world while criticizing frequent technical issues apparent at launch. It was credited with popularizing location-based and augmented reality technology, promoting physical activity, and helping local businesses grow by way of increased foot traffic. The game was the result of a collaboration between Niantic and Nintendo, by way of In the game, players use a mobile device's GPS capability to locate, capture, battle, and train virtual creatures, called Pokemon, who appear on the screen as if they were in the same real-world location as the player. The game supports in-app purchases for additional in-game items.
#4. Angry Birds
Angry Birds, the game has two editions regular and special edition both were a tremendous hit with two billion downloads across all platforms. As on 2015, the series’ games have been downloaded more than three billion times collectively, making it the most downloaded freemium game series of all time. Angry Birds is a video game created by Finnish company Rovio Entertainment. The game is packed with a many series which focuses on multi-colored birds who try to save their eggs from green-colored pigs, inspired by crush the castle. The game has been praised for its successful combination of fun gameplay, comical style, and low price and the first main-series sequel, Angry Birds 2, was released on 30 July 2015. Its popularity has led to many spin-offs, versions of Angry Birds being created for PCs and gaming consoles, a market for merchandise featuring its characters, a televised cartoon series, and a feature film. The first series of the game was launched for Apple iOS in December 2009. Later on, it was been open to all platforms of operation systems like Android, Symbian and Windows Phone including video game consoles and PCs.
#5. Asphalt 8: Airborne
Asphalt 8: Airborne is a game developed by a very popular gaming company Gameloft. It is a 3D car racing game, which a part of the series Asphalt. It was released in August 2013 for Windows Phone 8, on 23rd for iOS and Android, January 15, 2014, for BlackBerry 10, and April 5, 2015, for Tizen. It is very similar to that of the series Asphalt 7: Heat, the player has been given with four types of controls to control the car which includes- "Tilt to steer", "Tilt and icons", "On-screen controls", last but not the least "Tap to steer". The games come with a rating system, three stars are awarded for finishing in first place, two for the second, and one for third. The core gameplay is slightly different, however. As the subtitle implies, the focus of Airborne is on jumping, with tracks featuring a lot more ramps than in previous games. The player can also perform flat spins and barrel rolls. All jumps earn nitro boost; the longer the airtime, the more boost earned. Destroying obstacles such as barriers and lamp posts or hitting traffic cars also earns nitrous. Another new feature, which substitutes the "Adrenaline mode" in Asphalt 6 and 7, is the ability to perform a "Perfect Nitro". When the player hits boost, a small red zone appears in the boost bar. If the player hits boost again when the boost meter is in the red zone, the car will accelerate even faster, with the boost lasting until the player runs out of boost, brakes, crashes or hits a ramp.