Gaming on mobile has never been better - our smartphones and tablets are now so powerful that the graphics and functionality of mobile games can match the very best on the PC.
You only have to take a look at the latest Call of Duty: Mobile game to see that you can get a desktop FPS experience while on the move.
So whether you are taking your first steps into mobile gaming or you grew up addicted to Snake - here is a selection of some of the best mobile games to play in 2020!
All of the games listed below are available on iOS and Android and all are free to download!
Call of Duty: Mobile
When Call of Duty: Mobile was released in October of last year, it became the biggest mobile game launch ever with over 148 million downloads in its first month.
And it's not hard to see why. The game expertly captures the Call of Duty franchise at it's best — fast-paced, 5v5 CQB with great gun mechanics and well-designed maps.
If you are a fan of the franchise, you will instantly feel at home. You have all the classic CoD Game modes here - Team Deathmatch, Search and Destroy, and Zombies with a few added extras like Battle Royale.
Finding matches is easy using the matchmaking system, and with clan support, fully integrated ranked mode plus mic support, you can take it as hardcore as you want.
There is plenty to get your teeth stuck in to aswell, win matches and gain credits and XP that you can trade-in for new guns, attachments, operators and perks.
Don't have the time to grind? Don't worry. You can fast track the process by purchasing COD points.
Clan support and a ranked mode allow you to grind on your own or with a squad and as you gain credits and XP that you can trade this in for new perks, operators, guns and attachments. And if you don't have time you can fast-track the process by buying COD points.
Those unfamiliar with mobile gaming might wonder how you can play an FPS on a mobile screen, but you would be surprised how quickly you will adapt to the control system.
Two virtual sticks either side of your screen will get you moving with buttons to shoot, crouch, sprint just a touch away. You can also customize it all, and before you know it, you will be running and gunning like the best of them.
Pokémon Masters is the latest Pokémon game to arrive on mobile and if you were disappointed with the lack of battling in Pokémon Go you are in for a treat.
Masters is more of the traditional Pokémon experience - explore the world of Pasio, collect badges by defeating PML leaders in battle, and enter the Pokémon Masters League. There you can pit your wits against the best trainers in the world to be crowned the Pokémon Master Grand Champion.
Along the way, you will team up with familiar faces from the world of Pokémon called 'Sync Pairs' think Brock and Onix and Rosa and Snivey - together you will battle other trainers, level up and unlock more parts of the island.
Combat is in the turn-based style of the Gameboy games. As you battle, your Pokémon gains experience and you can gradually defeat bigger foes.
You can also join up with two other friends in a Co-op to battle enemies, collect more badges and unlock Sync Pairs that can be used in the single-player game.
The game is relatively new having come up last August, but it is continually being updated with new content and if you're a fan of Pokémon it is a must-have!
Old School Runescape
Who hasn't played Runescape at some point in their life? The original browser MMORPG - this game was many peoples first foray into the world of online gaming.
Build up your skills, gain experience, trade, loot, quest and slay dragons all in a massive persistent world with thousands of other players.
And if your worried the game won't be how you remembered it - don't. Old School Runescape is precisely that, a build of the game from 2007 before the game became bloated with unnecessary features.
There have been some changes, mainly the addition of the game modes -Deadman and League - which promote PvP combat and feature accelerated experience rates. Think Runescape on crack, which is perfect for the mobile experience.
It's the biggest game in the world for many reasons, and one of them is you can play it on almost every platform.
It's essentially the same game as its 'bigger' brothers - just not as graphically impressive.
You can sign in to your existing account, access your friends' list, grind your battle pass and play with all the skins you have already unlocked. You can even play put your skills up against PC and controller players - though we only suggest you do this if you are crack at the game.
If you are coming from the console or PC version the controls are easy to get to grips with and QoL additions like visual aids and easy item management, make what could be cumbersome, surprisingly easy.
The game also runs amazingly with the latest patch allowing iPad's to play at 120FPS! A framerate that console players can only dream of.
Check out this video to see how good a top mobile player can be.
The game can be found on the Apple Store, but those on Android will have to download the game directly from the Epic website.