Guys, in short, I got violently ill here last week and as a result I spent most of the time in bed, hugging medicines and a smartphone.

And, perhaps, the two main things that I understood while I was sick.

Firstly, having bronchitis in the summer is bad.

Secondly, smartphones now have enough cool fighting games.

Actually, I will share with you a short list of similar games that I liked below.

The first fighting game for my android smartphone, which was a real revelation for me personally.

The control on the virtual buttons is quite convenient and tries to give you the good old console experience as much as possible. In terms of its dynamics, the game is also as close as possible to fighting games in the spirit of Street fighter or even Tekken.

In addition, the game has pretty nice graphics and even the presence of a small story company, as well as the ability to compete with other players online, which in turn greatly diversifies the gameplay.

In order not to say the same thing a thousand times, just check out the video.

The KoF games have never been my favorite games, but the cultural impact of this fighting game series cannot be underestimated.

So, at the first opportunity, I decided to feel the free version of the legendary game for mobile. And if the previous game was only similar to the legendary Tekken, then I would call KoF All Stars a real spiritual heir to the big series, with excellent graphics and intuitive controls. The King of Fighters All Star features characters from past installments, from The King of Fighters ’94 to The King of Fighters XIII. Also, another big plus of this game can be considered the presence of the Russian language in the game, which will allow you to conveniently go through the plot.

Well, you see, it would be strange if I didn’t mention the most famous and popular fighting game for smartphones at all.

In my understanding, the Shadow Fight series of games came closest to something similar to the atmosphere of Mortal Kombat. For the past week, I have been very happily stuck in the very last part of the Shadow Fight Arena game.

In Shadow Fight Arena, players will need to assemble a team of 3 characters before the battle begins. Each of them has their own abilities, and the combination of these abilities will play an important role. The fight is divided into rounds. So, as a result, we get some kind of cool mixture of the basic mechanics of Mortal Kombat and King of Fighters.

The main difference from its predecessors is synchronous PvP. To create animations, the developers used their own Cascadeur system. In the future, Banzai Games and Nekki are planning to release Shadow Fight Arena on PC and consoles. The game already has its own page on Steam.

In the meantime, you are thinking whether you should try the game, just take a look at this stylish trailer below.

Of course, there are far more than three good games in this genre on smartphones, but I have selected only those that personally sunk into my soul over the past week. Not to mention that they are absolutely free and can be easily downloaded from Google Play and the AppStore.


Shubham, a passionate gaming expert with over a decade of experience in the gaming industry. Shubham has been an avid gamer since he was young, and his love for video games has only grown over the years. He's an expert in all things gaming, from the latest trends and technologies to the most popular games and platforms.

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