Well, you’ve probably seen a lot of mobile action games at this point.
However, have you tried to play mobile mech games?
If you have played Mechwarrior or something similar before, then this one is for you!
War Robots is still currently the number one mobile mech game out there, although Mech Battle is about to become a viable rival in the business.
It is know for its momentum-based and quick, flashy gameplays that attract tens of thousands of players from all over the world.
Being supported by XBAWKS HUGE amounts of marketing money and YouTube influencers also helps a lot in keeping this game at the top of the food chain.
Any mobile mech game that comes afterwards is compared to War Robots than anything else; in other words, this game is the yardstick on which other mobile mech titles are compared to.
And all of this can be said of the game while at the same time being extremely divisive due to its aggressive monetization schemes as well as a perceived lack of interaction with the community.
War Robots is a total mashup nowadays. So if you want to survive in the game, just have fun!
BTW, LAST STAND.
Battle of Titans is a game made by the former developers of the first editions of War Robots. WOW. MINDBLOWING.
If only one realizes that there are some problems within the game right now…
This the game that actually resembles the most with traditional mech games, along with additional dynamic movement features.
It is currently one of the most popular mobile mech titles on iOS (Correct me if I am wrong, but their active community is quite big).
Community-wise, it still carries a decent community, has a different monetization scheme, carries some level of engagement with its community members and arguably has a different approach to the creation of mobile mech games, than say, War Robots.
It is now making a slow comeback as it tries to retrace its development plan. Or is it?
Robokrieg is more like a World of Tanks cousin than a mobile mech game, though it implements the balance between speed, firepower, defense and fire rate very carefully.
With that being said, Robokrieg has less players than almost every single title on this list…and its community is totally non-existent.
If only the developers would actually take their time to create their community, but given that they have more profitable titles to focus their time on, it seems that it will never be the case.
EZ GAME EZ LIFE – NO PLAYERS HERE!
The thing that makes it different with War Robots is the ability to be deployed everywhere. While they do follow a rather similar marketing and monetization scheme with WR, it’s still a fun game by all means.
It has an official Facebook page as well as a decent-sized community.
In addition, its drop pods do a good amount of damage, just like in real life!
However, the fantasy-like elements of the game are odd for a mobile mech game…
Still, it’s a good game from an objective perspective.
ONE SHOT, ONE KILL FROM AN INVISIBLE ROBOT BEEP BEEP BEEP
Battle royale with mechs? This is the game for you!
From the creators of Rules of Survival comes an amazing Eastern-style mech game that is actually pleasant to the eye.
The only bad thing is that it’s laggy at the moment – but it’s in the closed beta state right now.
If NetEase markets this game heavily…and succesfully creates this game, then everything else in this list will have a very hard time keeping its players.
Oh, by the way, did I mention that they will support esports features in this game?
JAPANESE ANIMU NUMBAH WAN LEZGO GUNDAM BATTLE ROYALE LAGGY
This one is a neat game; while interactions with the developers are far and few between, this title has seemed to be a good one so far – and would also pose a threat to the older mobile mech titles out there.
With its quicker and high-paced tactical gameplay (as well as proper auto aiming for all its weapons and latency support), Mech Wars offers a different experience from the other mobile mech titles out there.
Community-wise, it has almost zero presence online.
EZ GAME EZ LIFE – I ONLY SAW FIVE HUMAN PLAYERS HERE!
This game by Djinnworks (1.7 million likes on their main page, so it’s an actual giant and not some mid-sized company trying to get into the mobile mech scene) is about to disrupt the mobile mech scene. With developers actively playing and testing the game, as well as a burgeoning, albeit limited community, Mech Battle has the potential to eat through the market share of War Robots once it gets its marketing mojo machine going into full force.
Gameplay is rather balanced, with a plethora of viable builds that can be used. There may be some overpowered builds, but the game is pleasant overall.
Community-wise, they are decent, with an “official” Facebook group as well as an official page for updates.
In addition, they actively implement “quality of life” improvements as well as promote competitive gaming.
It is no exaggeration to say that they are the most progressive mobile mech game right now in the landscape.
ALSO…LASER BEAM! NUKES! JUSTICE LEAGUE! JUMP AND DASH!
What are you waiting for? Ready to go into the mobile mech world? Choose one now!