New Mobile Games for December 2019 – 5 Games for Android & iOS
We’re down to our last month of the year, but the games just keep on coming. This month, we have five games coming out (or in some cases, have already come out) that will surely give you something to look forward to this coming Holiday break. These are 5 new mobile games for December 2019 on Android and iOS.
Black Desert Mobile
Black Desert Mobile has been out in the Korean server for a while now, and those who use emulators may have already played the game on their computers. But the MMORPG’s actual release date for the West was on December 11, 2019. The character creation module was made available earlier on November 9, allowing players to spend up to two days just creating their avatars. We all know how much time we take in creating our characters, right?
Black Desert Mobile is a fantastic mobile MMORPG. It ports the PC and console versions of Black Desert Online quite nicely on mobile devices. It also runs really smoothly, or at least for the devices we’ve been using to test the game so far. Read more about how good Black Desert Mobile with our first impressions.
Dragon Eye Online
Don’t let its simple graphics fool you – this game packs a lot of depth. But it does so without compromising its clarity. Dragon Eye Online promises to deliver an authentic “classic modern 2D MMORPG” experience by doing away with unnecessary features present in most MMORPGs nowadays. It harkens to the past, and it even features a player-based economy system. You could join the party via pre-registration, or wait for its full release sometime this month on a lot of different platforms.
Ever wanted to get into EVE Online but have always been intimidated by it? EVE Echoes is the game for you. In this space simulation game, NetEase Games delivers a more graphic, less spreadsheet-intensive game for Android. Don’t be fooled, though. Not because the game is launching on the Google Play Store means that this game will be a walk in the park. It stays true to EVE Online’s design principles, which means that albeit many elements have been simplified for mobile gaming, the same depth and gravitas exists in this mobile spin-off.
Gwent: The Witcher Card Game
We’ve already included Gwent in our October new games roundup, but this one’s for Android devices this time. Although iOS users would have already enjoyed this tactical card game on their iPhones and iPads, Android users should not fret. Gwent could carry over your account across different platforms, so you could pick up from where you left off, regardless of which platform you’ve been using to play the game all this time. Then move to Android to bring the game with you anywhere you go. An exact date hasn’t been announced, but CD Projekt Red aims to have it released before the year ends.
What do you do when you find a phone that you don’t own? What if a famous influencer owned said phone, and you found it right after her mysterious death? Simulacra 2 explores this scenario, and it brings players through a tormenting horror story full of mystery. With a story that unfolds only through your interactions with the lost phone, you’d control how you unravel the mysterious circumstances surrounding the person’s death, and find out all the secrets that the phone has to tell.