Simulation games are a genre of video game that allows you to play a game that is similar to the real world. These games copy various activities that can be performed in real life, either in a more simplified way or in a way that often adds gameplay elements. There are so many of them, that's why we've come together to create this list of the best new mobile simulation games of 2020
Varying from ones that simulate real life in general to more specific ones that allow you to run entertainment parks or create your own videogames yourself. There are so many simulation games, and there have been dozens released this year alone.
These types of games allow you to live out your dreams, try out new jobs, put yourself in charge of other places and just escape for a while, doing something that may not seem so far fetched. Over the last year, there have been a lot of different simulation games being released! While many have built upon previous games, adding new aspects and levels, others have opened up new experiences to help players escape from their current lives.
Let’s get into the best new mobile simulations games of 2020, so that you can explore new experiences!
Driving cars through muddy, dangerous, and sometimes completely covered in water terrains can be super fun. But I am sure not everyone has the vehicles, knowledge, or just the time it would take to learn how to safely drive offroad. Fear not! MadRunner Mobile allows you to drive a variety of vehicles through challenging terrain, sometimes carrying loads and completing tasks. As long as you don’t flip your vehicle, I am sure you’ll do a great job, even without a license.
It’s another Football Manager game, this time called, Football Manager 2021 Mobile. If you are a sports fan, you’ll find yourself having a great time in Football Manager 2021, where you can draft your team and lead them to success! Featuring players from over 60 leagues, you will probably find some players that you actually recognize and want to help bring to the limelight! This version of the game has tactical templates that can allow you to play the game with ease.
A less realistic simulator, Far: Lone Sail has you traveling across an abandoned, desert-like world, trying to keep your vehicle moving forward so that you can get to wherever you are meant to go. You’ll find yourself wandering over hazardous areas, through many obstacles, and you will see the remains of the world along the way. Also, there are no zombies in this, which is a big plus for me!
112 Operator puts you in a position where you can change the world, save people, and make the right decisions. You become an operator for people who are in need of emergency services, commanding around police officers, firefighters and ambulances, so that you can stop disasters and save people. Over time, you will gain more control over the district, answering phone calls, managing the budget for these services, and following an overarching story.
Another not-so-realistic simulator, Evil Hunter Tycoon has you developing, designing and managing a town on the outskirts of deadly badlands - picking which shops and facilities to build, but also managing the actual stock of the stores. You're basically running an entire dungeon-town economy, buying loot from fighters for cash, refining that loot into goods, stocking that goods into stores and selling it to those warriors again. All the while they'll head off to fight greater and greater evils, adding more loot and gold into the entire circuit. That's economics!