The best thing about free games is that they’re free to play. However, at the same time, the quality can be quite awful too. But something even better than that is that you can depend on other stuff to try them out for you. We have manifested all our energy and stamina in searching the best free to play games for Windows mobile phones. Hence, below are 13 best Windows mobile games you can play for free.
Top 13 Windows Mobile Games
1. Crossy Road
An arcade video game that was released on 20th November, 2014, Crossy Road was developed as well as published by Hipster Whale.
You need to cross a series of roads on a seamlessly endless highway and tackle hurdles that come in the way for as far as possible without dying. Players can choose their own character and can move forward by tapping or swiping the screen in the obvious direction to move the character horizontally.
There are endless amount of obstacles in a fixed path like rivers, trains, and cars. To pass to the next platform without dying, the player needs to time it’s character’s jump perfectly. For instance, the character must cross the river flowing in between utilizing floating logs without falling into the river.
If the player remains idle for too long deciding how to move to the next platform, a bald eagle will kill the character resulting in the game’s end. You earn one point for every forward movement and after every fifty points, a sound effect will be heard. Additionally, there are many coins dispersed across the environment that can be utilized to make the new characters enjoyable.
2. Line Cube Heroes
This is quite a fun puzzle game that has multiple plots infested into it. The objective of this game is to rescue your friends who were kidnapped by the villains. After you rescue them, you need to demolish the enemies’ blocks and build your own fortress at the same time to take shelter and hide from the villains for the rest of your life. All of this can be done while developing some puzzles.
The games are free to play from the Windows Shop, hence, it is a necessity for everyone to have a Windows phone to download this game. Apart from playing against the computer, you can also have fun with your friends when you play the game online.
3. Asphalt 8: Airborne
This is an over the top racing game that is arcade style. The developers of this game have nailed down the basics of an arcade style racing game and if you have experienced the previous Asphalt 7: Heat, you can easily point out the evolutionary changes this game has went through since.
For Windows Phone users this means that the title’s control system will be quite similar to the original game. Some additional features are automatic acceleration, tilt to steer, as well as brakes/turbo require a tap on any side of the screen. This is quite an intuitive and chaotic game when it comes to a smartphone racing game.
The layout of the game is quite similar to the above prerequisite as well. You can earn currency in career mode in the game and use them to buy mods for cars or even buy new cars. A quick race mode is available as well to get some instant action. You can also organize an ad-hoc multiplayer game over the local Wi-Fi with many other handsets.
4. Lara Croft: Relic Run
There’s another 3D endless runner in the Windows Phone industry which goes by the name of Lara Croft: Relic Run. You can run, swing, drive, and swan dive through many ancient locations by just tapping and swiping. As it is a freemium game you can pay to gain powers and better equipment.
For all the nostalgic Lara Croft fans, Lara Croft: Relic Run is the brand new action adventure game. The premise of this game is that some kind off shadowy and gritty conspiracy has taken over the world and you as Lara Croft need to collect clues to unravel ancient relics. You can run, drive, swing, and swan dive your way across many gorgeous and challenging adventures.
5. Dodo Pop
Every Disney game doesn’t demand a licensed character or toy tie-in. however, that is how the company produced the worldwide phenomenon of ‘Where’s My Water?’ it has proved itself again by releasing ‘Dodo Pop’.
It can be quite harmless looking as it is just a colour-matching puzzling game that stars cartoon-like birds. However, there is something quite dangerous about the game. You are supposed to kill rows of similar-colored gumballs that keep on prancing in each area and the game is amazingly seamless in its own way.
6. Modern Combat 5 Blackout
It might be quite far-fetched to imagine that you can play a first-person shooter on a smartphone, however, Gameloft’s Modern Combat 5: Blackout has just made that possible.
There’s riveting campaign action minced into little bits, however, the grandiloquent thing is definitely the online multiplayer shootouts that not only is a tribute to the Call of Duty franchise but also quite fun to play. You must have quite a capable handset to play this one but the online experience is out of this world.
7. Age of Empires: Castle Siege
The vintage Microsoft real-time strategy franchise is finally released on Windows Phone as a simulating affair with multiple combat elements. It can be quite similar to Clash of Clans. Apart from the obvious resemblance (and move away from the source formula), it’s a quite robust historical strategy game designed to spice up the spare moments in your day as you move forward towards your civilization, battle enemies, and spend no real money.
8. FIFA 15 UT
One of the biggest behemoths of console franchise of EA has had a rebranding in 2015 which has reborn in the form of FIFA 15: UT. If you aren’t a big fan of the FIFA franchise, the UT stands for Ultimate Team and is the famous card-swapping and team-building spin off game.
However, is that supposed to be a good thing? Not completely, given that Ultimate Team is now the major attraction of the game. We love UT, however, there are moments when we just require a friendly time without having to work much hard at it. Also, it’s transfixed by continuous opportunities to, upgrade the game by spending cash.
Additionally, the on-pitch action is now better than anything else ever and provided that it is a free experience if you don’t mind jeopardizing your squad a bit, it’s still considered to be the best choice for footie on Windows Phone.
9. Angry Birds Space
The last of the original Angry Birds franchise is finally free on Windows Phone. It is also a great tribute to the older versions of the game and how amazing it was to play them. Space changes the original pull-and-fling design by adding gravitational pull and many other cartoon-like sci-fi elements, and has quite a variety of array of planets and challenges embedded. Just like the other Angry Birds games, this one is free as well.
10. Jetpack Joyride
Unlike the ideal jetpacks, this experimental prototype weapon can spit bullets, lasers, and rainbows. The objective in this game is to keep Barry Steakfries alive by the end of the game.
11. Blitz Brigade
Just like the other Gameloft games, Blitz Brigade isn’t quintessentially original in design, however, it seems and functions a lot like Valve’s goofy Team Fortress 2. However, on Windows Phone, it’s quite possibly the best free option available for multiplayer shootouts. The first-person action is quite seamless and fluid, and even though there are some balance issues with the freemium territory and you need to wait to respawn without paying anything, Blitz Brigade is still quite a lot of fun.
12. Snake Rewind
The ideal Snake mobile game was released on Nokia phones, hence, it’s quite obvious that this sequel – made by the guy who created the first one – is found on Windows handsets. Snake is just like the old classic where you need to send your digital creature out to consume every piece of fruit it can see without hitting a wall or the end of its own body. However, with growing times, you can now undo an unfortunate outcome, as well as relish in-game currency on content as well as perks.
13. Twins Minigame
If you’ve played mobile side-scrollers ever in your life where you had to leap over spikes and other obstacles, the Twins Minigame is quite the same except it shakes up the design somewhat in this one. Your ball here scrolls only upwards, and you need to tap to jump and hold down for an even longer leap. There are two sides that you can change between, depending upon the obstacles as well as rewards waiting for you ahead, and things get very hectic later on when you need to control two balls at once. This is one of the 13 best windows mobile games.
So there you have it! These are the 13 best windows mobile games. Many of them are of amazing graphics and higher resolution than the others. However, we can assure you that none of them will ever bore you.