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What to play in February: the best mobile games of the month

New “Heroes” and cult strategy from the PC-is this exactly a mobile digest?
February is the favorite month of all men, because they will again get a year’s supply of shaving foam and socks. But for hardcore gamers, February will not be very interesting. But there will be some very interesting projects on mobile devices.

Might and Magic: Royal chess
Platforms: iOS and Android
Release: already available
Price: shareware
Ubisoft doesn’t forget about the legendary Might and Magic series. The Studio has not yet released a worthy successor to “Heroes 3”, preferring experiments with “Royal chess”. This is an unusual mix of two of the most popular genres of recent years-battle royale and auto chess. From the first here is the need to fight with 99 opponents in order to remain the only survivor. And from the second — fast, easy and clear gameplay. Hire your own characters, pump them in between rounds, and watch them sort things out on the battlefield.

Might and Magic: Chess Royale will delight you with familiar units, unique character abilities, and dynamic gameplay.

Why should I take it?
A beautiful, bright project for mobile devices (and PCs, only TS-s, this is a digest for mobile) – for those who really miss Might and Magic.

Cookies Must Die
Platforms: iOS and Android
Release: February 5
Price: shareware
How many crunchy cookies have you eaten in your life? Confess! Don’t worry, I’m not your personal trainer, so you can be honest. A lot? And what if the cookie machine goes a little crazy and wants to take revenge on you for the genocide of confectionery products?

In Cookies Must Die, instead of Skynet from the Terminator, we get something like CookieNet — an evil mechanism that produces dangerous robopechenki. Only a special agent who has various cool gadgets and abilities can cope with them. He will have to overcome the revived cookies and save the world.

Why should I take it?
A very fun, stylish platformer with a lot of enemies and bosses. It’s also free.

Company of Heroes
Platforms: iOS
Release: February 13
Price: 1090 rubles
More and more games of our childhood and youth are being transferred to mobile devices. Feral Studio, professionally porting AAA games for PC and consoles to iOS and Android, made a gift to all fans of strategies and moved Company of Heroes. The adapted version of the iconic military RTS boasts support for many devices, but for the first time will only be available on iOS and iPad tablets. On Android and smartphones, it will work later.

In Company of Heroes, players must manage military units and win world war II. For mobile devices, the developers have adapted the interface and tactical map, as well as made convenient management. Even if you are used to showing huge apm on a PC, don’t worry — you will also be comfortable playing on a tablet.

Why should I take it?
Excellent military strategy. The price is high, but there is a lot of content and fun.

Little Misfortune
Platforms: iOS and Android (link to demo)
Release: February 13
Price: unknown
The Little Misfortune adventure game was warmly received by PC players. The game is about a cute girl named bad Luck, who can’t watch her mom get sad. She decides to leave home to find Eternal Happiness. But not for yourself, but for your beloved mother. Her journey will be accompanied by amazing adventures and encounters with bad monsters. Failure will comment on what is happening with its caustic, at the same time naive phrases.

Why should I take it?
Despite the very simple gameplay, the game turned out to be very soulful, though a little sad.

Rocky Rampage: Wreck ’em up
Platforms: iOS and Android
Release: February 19
Price: shareware
Raise your hand, who wants to be a rock? No one? And if you have a cool hairstyle at the same time? The same thing. In Rocky Rampage, you will take control of a cool champion stone. He has a stylish hairstyle, cool abilities and, of course, an extremely important goal in life — to collect stolen miracle diapers. It sounds crazy, but it’s not boring.

Rocky Rampage-a cartoon platformer about a boulder rushing through a crowd of enemies. The gameplay is designed to delay the player in short sessions and not let him get bored. The stone can be pumped and made even more deadly.

Why should I take it?
A fun game with nice graphics and unassuming gameplay.

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