There have been lots of new shooters released in 2020, so how better to highlight the best than getting together a list of the best new mobile shooters of 2020.
Shooters have been popular for as long as they have been around. There are, of course, several known shooters that always pop-up, being played by thousands of individuals. Shooters are often games that are also played in esports teams. These games are actually a subgenre of action games, which use guns and weapons to test the player’s spatial awareness, reflexes and speed.
Shooters often have multiplayer modes, but many of them are also single player. When I was a child, my parents were one of those who feel that children should never play with guns, as they aren’t a toy or pretend, so I actually hadn’t played shooters until I was a teenager. Shooter games can often be intense experiences, sometimes are gorey, and can have lots of realistic elements to them, so they do bring in an older crowd some of the time!
Dive onto the list to find our top 5 mobile shooters from the last year.
A more realistic first-person shooter, Badlanders has you fighting your way through a battle royale-like area, attacking other players, and most importantly looting. You are currently in the ruins of a civilization, where everyone is looking for treasure, to use to improve their weapons and create new technology to help them out. Finding this loot is the main thing that makes this game unique - as there is so much to scavenge and use.
Interloper is a space shooter, where you will find yourself controlling a massive ship, flighting the ship in space while destroying enemies, space stations, and space material that is in your way. You can, of course, upgrade your spaceship, add more weapons, and work on your strategy in the game! The missions are wave-based, which have an object that needs to be completed before you can move onto the next.
Respawnables Heroes is an action packed shooter that has multiplayer matches, putting teams of four against each other. You can play as a support hero or as a primary hero, depending on how your team plays. There are lots of abilities and skills for your heroes to play around with, from building big barriers to smashing the ground, causing a shock wave. These heroes are far from real life, allowing you to live as a superhuman!
The first 2D game on this list, Bullet League is an action platformer, where you have a variety of weapons and tools that you can use to battle other players in an arena with. Some of these tools are better for mining materials for building new platforms so you can get up higher, while guns and weapons are much better for battle. The game is really easy to learn and quite fast-paced, so it’s great for dipping in and out of!
Ever want to play a shooter that is completely different from all the others? Well, War Tortoise 2 has you piloting a giant battle tortoise, decked out with a bunch of weapons. You can actively play, guidiling shots towards enemies, or leave the game idle to run on it’s own, allowing your tortoise to wreck the land. There are upgrades, heroes to unlock, and you can even fish if you’d like!