The best mobile games for teens can provide an engaging world of entertainment and enrichment. Our reviews cover a wide range of teen interests, curated by stellarspins.
There’s a reason Fortnite is so popular: It’s seriously that fun. It also allows you to play with your friends from around the world, which is certainly a comforting thing to do during this period of self-isolation. Fortnite is free to download (though there are in-app purchases) and is perfect if you like adventure-type games.
Minecraft: Need we say more. Build an entire world using your imagination, all from the comfort of your bed.
- Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp
If you don’t own a Nintendo Switch and can’t play the new Animal Crossing: New Horizons, there’s no need to worry because Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is available to play on your phone. With the game, you’re able to run your own campsite and interact with beloved characters such as Tom Nook and K.K. Slider.
- Disney Jigsaw Puzzles
Doing puzzles is a great way to pass the time, but more often than not, you’re down to the last few pieces and suddenly realize that you’re missing one. Nothing is more annoying that that! But with Disney Jigsaw Puzzles, you’ll literally never miss a piece and still get all the joy that comes with puzzling. There are several variants of this game at machine a sous en ligne France.
- Stardew Valley
Into role-playing games? Stardew Valley might be perfect for you! Characters imagine themselves living in the country side with no cares in the world but farming and roaming. Stardew Valley — which is available for $8 — is like a role-playing version of Harvest Moon for those who can remember the days playing that for hours on end.
- Clash Royale
If you like Clash of Clans, you’ll love Clash Royale. The app — available on iPhone and iPad — is multiplayer and and allows you to duel in multiple different settings. If you’ve ever wanted to live out your Gladiator dreams, now is the time.
- Mario Cart Tour
If you’re in the mood for a classic, Mario Kart Tour is here for you. By yourself or multiplayer, ride alongside your favorite Mario characters and pretend you’re driving fast with the windows down since you likely can’t actually do that right now if you’re staying at home.
There are a plethora of word-centered phone games available out there, and Wordscapes is one of the best. With a 4.9 rating on the app store, it’s no surprise so many people love it. You won’t be able to put down Wordscapes and it’s the perfect thing to play while listening to the new DuaLipa album on repeat in the background. Be the intellectual Dula Peep wants you to be.
- Heads Up
Made popular by Ellen, Heads Up is a go-to game that will help you pass the time with your family while you’re all indoors.
- Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery
Just because Freeform hasn’t scheduled a Harry Potter marathon yet — but like…when is that coming? We need it ASAP, Freeform! — doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy the franchise in game form.