5 Mobile Games That ARENT Unrelentingly Evil

 

#1 Punch Quest 

by RocketCat Games

5 Mobile Games That ARENT Unrelentingly Evil

  • Brilliant hybrid of Beat 'Em Up and Endless Runner gameplay
  • Easy to pick up and start playing on the go
  • Has not tried to copywrite the words "punch" or "wuest" because that would be abhorrent

 

 

#2 Tiny Wings

by Andreas Illinger

5 Mobile Games That ARENT Unrelentingly Evil 

  • Cute bird mascot
  • Relaxing soundtrack
  • Not a single asset stolen from the most popular game series of all-time
  • Was not programmed by an emotionally traumatized vietnamese man who still has no idea whether his success is sincere or a cruel elaborate joke

 

 

 

#3 Mikey Hooks

by BeaverTap Games

5 Mobile Games That ARENT Unrelentingly Evil

  • Responsive touchscreen controls as good as  physical buttons
  • Recaptures the feel of classic platformers in quick portable bursts
  • No manipulative psychological tricks that ensnares player in a nightmare of addiction, sucking time and money like a heinous unfeeling lamprey

 

 

#4 Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective

by Capcom

5 Mobile Games That ARENT Unrelentingly Evil

  • Cult classic adventure game from the creator of "Phoenix Wright"
  • Smooth animation and memorable characters
  • Does not make obnoxious attempts to get you to tweet everything you do in the game like a sad friend who wants more followers
  • It does not filter out bad reviews with underhanded tactics so skeevy that it reeks of gin and axe body spray

 

 

#5 Ridiculous Fishing

by Vlambeer

5 Mobile Games That ARENT Unrelentingly Evil

  • One of a kind graphic style and personality
  • Playing the game does not involve waiting 24 Hours for no reason
  • You get to shoot a narwhal with a Bazooka
  • Does not leave you with a nauseous feeling as the once-glittering promise of the App Store is trampled over by shambling clones and unplayable licensed cash-ins, making you wonder Nintendo actually had the right idea all along