There is a wide selection of mobile games currently available for all smartphones but not every handset boasts the perfect specification to make the very best of these titles. The Samsung Galaxy Note is regarded by many as the top phone in this area thanks to a powerful dual core processor and a large 5.3 inch screen. We look at some of the best games available for this handset and other mobile devices.
Recently we have seen a succession of great puzzle based games which have tried to follow on from the success achieved by the excellent Angry Birds title which was released in 2010. A game that is very similar to this in terms of game play but still a super game in its own right is Angry Wings. This title proved a hit with the public and other 3.5 million downloads were registered on the Android Marketplace within a few weeks of the game being launched. The title offers some bold and bright graphics which look inviting and the control system is also very easy to master with just a single finger used for most navigation. If puzzle games are your favourite then another great Android title is the very addictive Dillo Hill. The Google Play Store which is where Android games are now available does offer a great selection of these types of game but for a wider selection then Apple are hard to beat. Their App Store holds a host of titles that range from some premium releases such as FIFA 2012 to several independent games that have become real sleeper hits. Recently the trend has been for quiz games that can be played with friends using other devices and two of the very best examples of this style of game are Songpop and Draw Something, two titles that have achieved great success on the iPhone.
Despite offering the biggest selection of games the Apple iPhone cannot match Android devices like the Samsung Galaxy Note in areas such as screen size and processing power. It is for this reason that the Note is regarded by many as the ultimate handset for mobile gaming. A title that shows this model of to its full potential is the excellent Shadowgun. This first person shooter resembles the classic console hit Gears Of War and it boasts several increasingly challenging levels that are packed full of stunning graphics. The action is hard to beat on the 5.3 inch screen offered by the Galaxy Note while the dual core processor easily handles this very demanding title.
When it comes to mobile gaming bigger is normally better and they do not come much bigger or better than the Samsung Galaxy Note. This model is perfect for handling all different genres of games with some of the standout titles being Shadowgun and Angry Wings.