The Best Retro Games To Try on Your Phone

You’re probably wondering which are the best retro games to try on your phone. Well, you’ve come to the right place! Here is a breakdown of some of our favorite old-school classics which will never go out of style. The popularity of old-school games is at an all-time high and we just can’t get enough of how great they are.

The first game we recommend is Candy Crush. This sweet and simple puzzle game is an easy and fun way to pass the time when you’re waiting for something else. It is also great for those days where it feels like nothing goes right, where you think that if you play just one more round, things will start looking up.

Pac-Man is another classic that never gets old. This arcade maze chase will keep you intrigued as long as you have a few minutes to spare.

Loved by all, Tetris with its addictive puzzle gameplay will keep you going for hours. Here is the round-up of our best-loved mobile retro games.

Let’s take a more detailed look at these and more retro games which delight and entertain!

Candy Crush

When Candy Crush was released in 2012, people were unsure whether it would be the next Angry Birds. They were even less sure when King, the company that created Candy Crush, filed for bankruptcy protection in 2014, but went on to sell the game for billions in 2016.

With 1 billion downloads and over 30 million tweets about the game since its launch, it doesn’t look like Candy Crush will be going anywhere soon.

There are still some who say that there is no point in playing a game where you match up colors, but others disagree, saying that while they may not have many strategies involved, games like these can keep your mind sharp and focused, which some experts say helps prevent dementia later on in life.

Tetris

Tetris is a classic and it is still as trendy as ever. It is addictive and thrilling and keeps you playing until you’ve cleared the board. The Tetris blocks are shapes which can fit together in any order or orientation, so your mind never gets bored. We love this game because there are no limits on how much fun you can have with it.

Tetris

Super Mario Bros

Mario is a classic video game that is still around and popular today. What makes this game so unique? The music and colors! The visuals are a great way to keep your attention while playing the game. Mario takes you on an adventure with his brother Luigi, Princess Peach, and Toad.

It’s up to you, the player, to save them from Bowser, who has captured them in his castle. You will have to collect coins by jumping on enemies or collecting items for points along the way. When I play Mario, I can’t help but feel happy because it takes me back to my childhood  when I would play it over and over again with my little sister at home, while we were supposed to be doing homework!

Pac-Man

Pac-Man is a classic arcade game, and it has been around for decades. I’m sure you’ve played the game before, with its excellent music and colors that make it a fun time. The best part about Pac-Man is that there are so many different versions of it, with new twists on gameplay, like Pac-Attack or Super Mario Bros Vs Pac-Man.

Pac-Man has been around for almost 25 years and continues to be popular today. There are numerous game styles, but they all have the same objective – eat as many dots as possible while avoiding ghosts.

Namco made the original version in Japan. It became very popular with everyone because of its simplicity, making it one of the most famous video games ever created.

The latest version includes multiple characters from other Namco games, multiplayer modes, new power-ups, and achievements that people can earn through their gameplay, and then show off their skills to friends on Xbox Live or PlayStation Network. Pac-Man is an excellent place for people who want something simple.

The Legend of Zelda

The Legend of Zelda

The Legend of Zelda is not an old-school game, but it feels old-fashioned, and probably why we love playing it. It is astonishing how the developers have made the graphics so simple, and you can play for hours without realizing how much time has passed.

One of the great things about The Legend of Zelda that makes it feel classic, is that there are no tutorials or explanations on what to do next, unless you buy a strategy guide (of course). You have to figure things out for yourself, which makes it feel like you’re learning something.

The storyline creates a sense of mystery and adventure as you have to figure out what to do by experimenting with your surroundings. There is also a great feeling of fulfillment when you finally beat one of the bosses after unsuccessfully trying several times. This game also feels retro because the gameplay doesn’t change much from The Legend of Zelda, to Ocarina of Time.

This game has influenced many other games since its release in 1996, including Pokémon, Okami, Animal Crossing: New Leaf, and Bravely Default to name but a few. If you are looking for something new, I highly recommend giving it a try!

Donkey Kong

Donkey Kong is an old-school game with a difference and is as popular today as it was when first released. The game’s original release date was July 1991, and it has since been remade for Wii in 2010, and for Nintendo 3DS in 2015.

You play as Mario, trying to save his girlfriend, Pauline, from Donkey Kong. In this game, Donkey Kong kidnapped Pauline because she refused to give him back the keys he needed to unlock his banana stash, which contained all of his life savings!

Together with this storyline is another subplot: Mario must find enough coins so that he can buy himself new clothes at the end of each level; if you collect one hundred coins he gets to save Pauline and earns a kiss. Simple but effective.