October was a rather quiet month where we didn’t see a lot of mobile game releases however we still have some pretty cool titles worth checking out. We have put together best new mobile games to play in November 2022, including both paid and free titles available on Android or iOS, or both.
Best Mobile Games of November 2022
1. Marvel Snap
Release Date: 18th October 2022
Marvel Snap was Nuverse’s officially licensed big release in the form of a collectible card game featuring various Marvel characters (the game has over 150 cards) which players must use to form a winning deck. The game is available for free on Android and iOS.
2. Path to Nowhere
Release Date: 21st October
Path to Nowhere is AISNO Games’ real-time strategy tower defense game with role-playing elements set in a Lovecraftian world. The game is free and although it’s a little overdone and cliche in terms of the presentation, it’s still worth a try for what it is.
3. Unhappy Raccoon
Release Date: 7th October
Unhappy Raccoon is a new action combat game, which features a top-down view of things with roguelike elements and a cast of furry heroes players can play as. The game has been developed by X.D. Network and is free.
4. Murder By Choice
Release Date: 18th October
Nordcurrent’s Murder By Choice is a puzzle–adventure title where a journalist takes up the role of a detective in this sinister story. The game features a bunch of mini-games and puzzles that provide an engaging experience along with the story and is available for free.
5. OGame Mobile
Release Date: 4th October
Gameforge’s space MMO, OGame has been around for 20 years now, has now expanded to mobile, and players can now create galactic empires on Android and iOS and join the player base of more than a hundred million people for free.
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