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November is upon us, and as we hunker down for colder weather, we’re diving deeper into some mobile games.
The last handful of weeks has brought about some exciting mobile releases, and the MobileBytesGG team has both picked up some new titles to play.
Now, will we actually stick with any of these for a long amount of time? Who knows. But, for now, we’re enjoying our time with them. Check out our November picks below.
Mobile games we’re playing in November
Juggling multiple mobile games at once can be tough, but here’s what we are currently playing.
If you are interested in the latest mobile game news, releases, and updates, check out our weekly guide here.
Josiah: I’ve been playing Genshin Impact since its launch, and I don’t see that changing anytime soon. Great story, a gorgeous open-world, and fun characters to play. What’s not to love?
Chancelor: A new release, but one with staying power. It’s a fast-paced digital card game with awesome comic-inspired card designs for just about every character you could think of. Gameplay is fast and fresh, and I plan on playing this long-term.
Path to Nowhere
Josiah: I missed the hype train for Arknights and have wanted to dive into an anime-like tower defense for years. PtN has some great character designs and voice-overs, but controls sometimes feel clunky. Time will tell if this game gets dropped or added to the rotation.
Into the Breach – Netflix Studios
Chancelor: A fun turn-based strategy video game in the Netflix Games network. The isometric gameplay, the variety of team choices, and the procedurally-generated conflict make this game fun and challenging. I am not sure how long I will stick with this, but I’m enjoying it for now.
Guardian Tales (Nintendo Switch)
Josiah: Guardian Tales on the Switch has been a fun side game for me. I’m progressing extremely slowly, but enjoying my time with the retro gameplay and story.
Chancelor: If you ever thought you could be a Team Principal and lead your drivers to a World Championship, this is the game for you. I have been playing this on and off for the past year, and when I do pick it up, it never disappoints.
Josiah: Neural Cloud impresses me so far, and it has only been out for a day. The strategy gameplay is solid, and the character designs are fantastic. I could see this becoming a main game for me, absolutely.
November is almost over
We’re deep into November at this point, so it’s doubtful our list will change much at this point.
There have been some solid new releases in November, and we expect we’ll hunker down with most of these games through December.
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