Mobile Game Roundup: Infinite Tanks, Tiny Miners and More

Here's a look at some of the mobile games released this week.

If you’re looking for a new mobile game to play this weekend, there are lots of new options for you to try, including Agatha Christie: The ABC Murders from Microïds and Artefacts Studio. The adventure game is based on the novel by Agatha Christie, and it allows users to become detective Hercule Poirot, on a quest to solve the case of the A.B.C. serial killer.

Next, Disney released Frozen Free Fall: Icy Shot. The level-based puzzle game is similar to Peggle, and it asks users to shoot snowballs at ice formations in the center of the screen.

In addition, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Open Wager Studios released EXTRA Slot Stars this week. The slot machine game allows users to play on slot machines inspired by television show Extra.

Finally, Ubisoft released Face Up: The Selfie Game. The multiplayer quiz game allows users to take selfies as they act out expressions for other players to guess.

If you’re looking for a different game to play, here’s a look at some of the additional mobile games that were released this week.

Infinite Tanks ($4.99 on iOS) – This tank battle game from Atypical Games allows players to customize their tanks in terms of their engines, bodies, tracks, turrets, guns and more. Users can also change each tank’s paint color. As a player changes a tank’s parts, they may also change the tank’s stats. Users begin with a few tank parts, which are represented by collectible cards, and they can collect additional parts as they play. Infinite Tanks includes a single-player mode as well as multiplayer gameplay. The game features six different gameplay maps.

Age of Heroes: Conquest (Free on iOS, Android) – This turn-based role-playing game from 5th Planet Games allows each player to create a team of heroes and defend a kingdom from enemies. Users can recruit more than 45 different heroes for their teams, each with different skills. Users can upgrade their heroes over time, and they can also give them new equipment. In addition to single-player gameplay, Age of Heroes: Conquest includes guilds and player-vs-player events.

Two or More (Free on iOS) – This puzzle game from Idea Creator Games challenges players to clear colorful blocks from the board by drawing lines through two or more touching blocks of the same color. While lines can contain 90 degree turns, they can’t be drawn diagonally. In the game’s classic mode, users are challenged to earn the required number of points in each stage to move on. Elsewhere, the game’s Five Steps mode also challenges players to earn the required number of points in each stage, but users can only draw five lines per stage. Finally, the game’s Flash 60 mode challenges players to earn as many points as possible in 60 seconds.

Banner Saga 2 ($4.99 on iOS, Android) – This strategy role-playing game from Stoic and Versus Evil is the sequel to The Banner Saga. In the game, players will lead their viking clans on a journey, and they must make “leadership decisions” to help their characters survive. The game allows users to compete in turn-based battles, and users can level up their characters’ stats over time. If a user has played The Banner Saga, they can bring their story and choices from the first game into Banner Saga 2. Players also have the option to start from scratch with “pre-set character options.”

numDance (Free on iOS) – This number puzzle game from Pine Entertainment asks users to earn as many points as possible in each game by tapping on number tiles to cause adjacent matching number tiles to merge and form larger numbers. Specifically, on each turn, the player can tap on a tile containing the number one or the number two. When a user taps on a number, the number is cleared from the board, and any adjacent matching number tiles will merge and become the next number. Users have the ability to create chain reactions and clear large sections of the board on each move. After each move, any blank tiles are filled in with the number one or the number two, and players can take another turn. Games end when players run out of valid moves. In addition to this original gameplay mode, users can also try the “Adventure of 2” mode. In this mode, the number one has been removed, and the game board will become larger as players create larger numbers.