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  • welcome to watch Mojo, and today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 mobile fighting games.

  • Thes days.

  • We see a bunch of ads for mobile games that claim to be addictive to play, especially when it comes to fighting games.

  • Luckily, we found enough to make this list.

  • In case you're looking to put up your dukes while you're on the go, let us know if your favorite made the list in the comments below Number 10 Nickelodeon Super Brawl Universe.

  • It can be intimidating to step into the world of fighting games, especially when there are so many different games with their own mechanics and unique rosters.

  • But if you want something that isn't overwhelming and holds a familiar face, then Nickelodeon Super Brawl Universe might be your speed.

  • You can fight with your favorite Nicktoons, new and old, while enjoying a combat system that only requires a couple of swipes and taps.

  • Okay, the presence of loot boxes and character pieces may raise some alarm, but the game is actually fairly lenient on cool downs.

  • Besides, with so many Nicktoons being represented here were more than willing to forgive and forget.

  • Since this title is perfect for casual players.

  • Number nine.

  • King of Fighters All Star.

  • Despite not being as insanely popular as other be established franchises, the King of Fighters has achieved more than enough to stand on its own legs.

  • And it has done so again in the mobile market.

  • Take control of your favorite king of fighters characters and beat the ever loving crap out of anyone who dares to challenge you.

  • Surprisingly, the game runs at a consistent quality without sacrificing the visual fidelity of the previous titles.

  • Of course, that's not the only reason to play King of Fighters.

  • All Star features just about every character who has ever appeared in previous titles.

  • It may not be a traditional entry, but the sizable roster and arcade game play are enough to keep you coming back.

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  • Number eight, Mortal Kombat X Mobile.

  • Okay, no one would be blamed for thinking Nether Realm Studios has just ported an inferior version of MKX to mobile, But don't let that impression to seaview.

  • Mortal Kombat.

  • X Mobile is very much a different game as you'll be assembling trios of your favorite combatants to complete towers, story missions and side challenges, while characters don't have move sets as complex as their consul counterparts.

  • NK X Mobile holds the same level of brutality with each character, special moves and the occasional fatality.

  • If you can't get enough of mortal combat, this is worth your time.

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  • Number seven Power Rangers Legacy Wars Suppose you want a fighting game that's a tad slower, demands fewer movements and emphasizes playing abilities similar to those of a card battle game.

  • In that case, you may find solace in Power Rangers legacy wars to emerge victorious.

  • You're going to need to pick from a small selection of moves in accordance with your meter.

  • Some moments may force you to play a little more defensively and be patient, whereas other times you may be allowed to tag in other characters and unleash devastating combos.

  • The best part.

  • You can recruit Power Rangers characters from all sorts of different Siri's within the IAP, and they're all brimming with detail and color.

  • Plus, it's got street fighter characters, mhm number six prizefighters longing for the days of simple fighting games.

  • You know the kind you'd find on the nes.

  • Yeah, we know what you're looking for and price fighters will scratch that itch know it totally isn't a punch out clone.

  • And even if it was, it would still be a solid title.

  • In addition to basic and fun gameplay, Price fighters allows you to customize your fighter as well as the arena, and the game will reward you with enough currency each match to afford something cool.

  • Don't spend all your coin at once, though, as you'll have to upgrade your boxer stats if you want to test your mettle against stronger opponents.

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  • Number five World Robot Boxing, too.

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  • Sound familiar?

  • While it probably does.

  • If you've seen the 2011 film Real Steel.

  • As this game is set within the film's universe, players can take various robots on in matches while Onley worrying about two basic buttons.

  • A special move button and, of course, movement up here is going forward.

  • Dish out the pain rockem sockem robots style and end every match with a finishing move that's sure to decapitate your foe every single time.

  • It's also amazing how the robots within the game boasts a bit more personality and unique visuals than the films, but that's a discussion for another time if you want a fighting game that lets you mash buttons and look cool doing it.

  • World robot boxing, too, will be more than satisfying.

  • Going to be good power reduction.

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  • Number four Final Fighter.

  • Sure, while it is clearly inspired by other Fighting Game franchises, such a street fighter final Fighter manages to distinguish itself from other titles by sticking to core fighting game mechanics.

  • Nothing too fancy going on here but old fashioned, arcade like brawling.

  • Adding to its unique style and attitude is the diverse cast of characters that may come off as a tad trophy.

  • But it's far from obnoxious, and we even found ourselves a little invested in learning about other characters.

  • Whether you're a casual or hardcore fan, there's plenty of fun to be had in Final Fighter.

  • And yes, we're even giving props to the story mode.

  • Mhm number 3 ft Seas.

  • What a great name.

  • Okay, it isn't every day you come across a mobile game that can be played by two players on the same screen.

  • The same can be said about an incredibly basic yet addictive fighting game like footsies.

  • Two players must try to chicken each other into getting close enough to land a hit, which is easier said than done.

  • Despite only being a three button game, There's more complexity than meets the eye here, as you have always close in on your rival, trick them into attacking first and even possibly skating by with an easy KO.

  • Each match is as tense as the last, and it never gets old.

  • Oh, and you don't have to worry about forking over money.

  • Theme game is free yeah, Number two Dragonball Legends.

  • Given how the Dragon Ball games present themselves in the same extreme end over the top manner as the anime and manga, one would think a phone would just melt trying to run a dragon ball game.

  • On the contrary, Dragonball Legends achieves the same graphical quality as the console titles with detailed, cell shaded graphics.

  • It's worth mentioning that this isn't some half assed adaptation of a pre existing storyline.

  • Things is an original story, with some brand new characters thrown into the mix.

  • In other words, it's a completely different game than any fan will come toe love.

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  • Number one.

  • Skull Girls.

  • It isn't the number one fighting game on the APP store for nothing.

  • When we gave the mobile version of Schoolgirls a World, it was just as insanely fun as its consul NPC counterparts and offered a progression and upgrade system that kept us coming back.

  • Thank you.

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  • You get out with a colorful cast of characters and upgrade their abilities through skill trees and equitable abilities.

  • Each character plays differently, and you can pull off some insane combos with a few taps and swipes.

  • Schoolgirls doesn't overload you with a complicated system, either, as the tutorial only takes a couple of minutes before sending you on your way.

  • Seriously, if you have any interest in fighting games, this is the perfect one to play in the mood for more awesome gaming content.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/10/24
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