Top 10 Android Games Same as PC Games | 2019 | High Graphics (Offline/Online) [Part 2]

Top 10 Android Games Same as PC Games | 2019 | High Graphics (Offline/Online) [Part 2]

Hey Gamers!!!!! Welcome back to IsItThatGame! Your one-stop destination for the best Android
& iOS games out there! I’m your friend ‘Big Smoke’, and this is
the second part of ‘Top 10 Big Android & iOS games which are just like the PC games! Gone are the days when the best game on mobile
was none other than the 2D food eating Snake, nowadays Android and iOS phones cram a lot
of power on their own and with projects like ‘xCloud’ and ‘Google Stadia’, smartphones
are constantly being pushed to their limits. Today, I’ll walk you through some of the most
graphically enhanced games that can be natively played on smartphones. But before we get going, let me introduce
you to today’s sponsor… ‘RAID: Shadow Legends’!!! I know, You’ve already heard about Raid
everywhere. But there is a great reason for it: Raid is
one of the top 3 ranked RPGs on the Google Play store! And it’s just been nominated as a finalist
for Google Play’s Best of 2019 Users’ Choice award! The game is crazy popular and with almost
15 million downloads in the last six months alone. So what is Raid? It’s an Epic Dark Fantasy done right! A hero collection turn-based game with over
400 champions for you to collect and personally customize. Here, you can Assemble a Team from 16 Heroic
Faction, Explore 1+ Million Champion Builds and Claim your Glory in the PVP Arena. And the best part – It is free to Play! Some extra cool features in the game include
New Champions Every Month and I am talking about an insane 16 champions a month with
a cool ‘progressive reward system’. And what’s fresh? Once you complete the missions you will get
one of the best legendary champions in the game, The Arbiter. The game is growing super fast and you can
clearly notice that in this cool roadmap that they’ve published. You can find me in the game under the nickname
‘IsItThatGame’ and if you are quick enough you can also join my clan. So what are you waiting for? Go to the video description, click on the
special links and you will get 50,000 silver and a free epic champion as part of the “New
Player Program” to start your journey. See you in the game, and now, here we go again! [Retract: Battle Royale] First up on our list we have Retract: Battle
Royale, a high-octane FPS with gorgeous graphics and immersive gameplay. This 802 MB game developed by HooDoo Studios
is currently in Early Access but already looks very promising! There are no pay-to-win mechanics here and
the gameplay is entirely skill-based, so forget about things like auto-aim. Similar to other Battle Royale titles like
PUBG, Retract is a very realistic FPS that requires a lot of practice. Once you do get good at it, however, expect
the game to be very rewarding! [Left to Survive] Next up we have Left to Survive, a zombie-themed
762 MB shooter developed by MY COM. The game pits you against hordes of zombies
in action-packed battles that take place across a sprawling urban landscape. Once you’ve honed your skills against the
undead, it’s time to jump into the real challenge! Left to Survive features intense PvP battles
where you can test your mettle in 1v1 duels or 2v2 team matches. If you’re the cooperative type, you can
instead join forces with other players and fight off the zombies together. [Getting Over It] And next on our list, we have the indie phenomenon
that broke the internet last year with its quirky and punishing gameplay. We’re talking of course about Getting Over
It! If you’ve never heard about this one-man
project developed by Bennett Foddy you’ve been missing out. The basic gist is that you play as a guy stuck
in a pot who has to climb a steep mountain using nothing but a hammer. Sounds weird, I know, but that’s what makes
it so fun! It only weighs 190 MB so go check it out. [Need For Speed: No Limits] Ladies and gentlemen start your engines because
the next game on our list is Need For Speed: No Limits! This popular racing title was developed by
Electronic Arts with the same tried-and-true formula used by its PC counterparts. This game is all about driving fast and customizing
your rides with sweet components provided by top manufacturers like Ferrari, Lamborghini,
and more! No Limits features over 1,000 challenging
races and plenty of maps to keep you busy for a very long time. The game takes up 1.8 GB of space but you’ll
definitely want to make room for this one. [Modern Combat 5] Moving on, we have a very impressive looking
FPS known as Modern Combat 5. The latest installment in the long-running
franchise developed by Gameloft, Modern Combat 5 weighs 1.6 GB and is truly a sight to behold
on mobile. The game features an immersive fast-paced
single-player campaign where you can choose between nine classes, each with its own unique
set of skills. If you’re up for it, you can then challenge
other players in intense online battles and even participate in eSports tournaments for
a chance to win big money! [Limbo] And next up on our list we have one of the
best puzzle-platformers of all time in the form of Playdead’s Limbo. Limbo only takes up 136 MB of space but don’t
let its small size fool you because this little game is an absolute masterpiece. Limbo takes place in a dark and surreal world
where you play as a little boy trying to find his sister. Although the puzzles are absolutely fantastic,
it’s the silhouette graphics and eerie atmosphere that truly set Limbo apart from other puzzle
games. [Gangstar: Vegas] Next up we have Gangstar: Vegas, a 2 GB open-world
action shooter developed by Gameloft. If you watched part one of this series you
might remember that we covered another game in this franchise – Gangstar: New Orleans. Gangstar: Vegas is the prequel to New Orleans
and features very similar, GTA-inspired gameplay. This time around, you take on the role of
Jason Malone, an MMA fighter who must brawl and race his way across the streets of Las
Vegas while fleeing from the Mafia. Do you have what it takes to complete all
80 missions and become a real Gangstar? [Max Payne Mobile] Now join me as we take a trip back in time
to one of my favorite third-person shooters of the early 2000s – Max Payne! Don’t worry about its age, though, because
Max Payne Mobile is a remake of the original that was developed by Rockstar Games specifically
for modern Android and iOS devices. Back in the day, this game popularized the
concept of cinematic storytelling. Max Payne was also one of the first shooters
to use ‘bullet time’ gameplay mechanics inspired by The Matrix. The game takes up a hefty 1.8 GB of storage
but it’s totally worth it! [Dungeon Hunter 5] Next up on our list is a game that needs a
very little introduction because you’ve probably seen ads for it everywhere by now. Dungeon Hunter 5 is a highly complex hack
‘n’ slash RPG developed by Gameloft. This massive 3 GB title features some of the
best graphics currently available on mobile. Customize your character with hundreds of
pieces of gear and wreak havoc on the battlefield with tons of devastating powers. Go at it alone in single-player or team up
with up to 3 friends and explore this dangerous but beautiful world together. [PUBG Mobile] We already talked about a couple of Battle
Royale games in part one of this series and earlier in this episode. But now it’s time to go back to the title
that popularized the genre in the first place. We’re talking of course about PUBG! PUBG Mobile is the quintessential Battle Royale
experience where you start off with nothing but your bare fists and try to make your way
to the top by whatever means necessary. The prize? Prestige, bragging rights, and of course,
that sweet chicken dinner. PUBG Mobile is developed by Tencent and weighs
2.4 GB. So that’s all for today guys, Do let me know
if I missed your favorite game and I’ll pin it as the top comment. To watch 10 more smartphone games, same as
PC games, click the video on the left and don’t forget to press the bell icon after
you subscribe! Hope you enjoyed the video, see you in the
next one. Till then, this is your friend Big Smoke,
Signing Off!!

Comments (32)

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  4. Come on
    Won't you stop doing these great videos!

  5. Ow I'm early now hahaha

  6. i think im gonna get pinned!!!??????

  7. Cant do these videos just yet! Still on a mid grade phone. Cant wait to upgrade so I can cover games at high graphics settings.

  8. I didnt even notice i was early lmao

  9. Mobile legend:
    What is this?

  10. Короче я типо написал что-то крутое но видосы у тебя крутые


  12. I dare You I double dare you to ping me

  13. You provide link, but * the names, so your FBI agent won't have a clue, damn!
    BTW love your videos ?

  14. Well cod mobipe is with a very great graphics which looks like its a pc game

  15. Five dislike from those people who do not have low end devise…

  16. Can you upload a video about Unreal Engine games?

  17. I like your voice dude LMAO

  18. My high master I wish you get 1billion subs your the gretest

  19. Why the thumbnail is super hot tho ?

  20. Big Smoke? Naw you sound like a lil Thomas at max

  21. Hi bik smoke
    How is carl??

  22. ❤️❤️??❤️

  23. Heya its me again, big thanks for considering my opinion about removing "the" before saying a game title, anyway, awesome video!

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