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No Console? No Problem.

Next-gen consoles have arrived, and whilst it’s exciting to see the dawn of a new era of gaming, it can be easy to feel left out if you’ve been unable to get your hands on a new console.

We’ve created a list of free games (with no in-app purchases, or adverts), for mobile gaming. From Stranger Things, to rhythm games, we’ve got you covered. 


Developer: Ultrateam

An ultra-smooth puzzle game that puts your mind to the test! The goal is to get your ball into the larger circle within a certain amount of bounces. 


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Cytoid: A Community Music Game

Developer: TigerHix and Neo

A musical rhythm game, similar to Let’s Dance and Guitar Hero. Players will be put to the test on their speed and accuracy skills whilst jamming out. 

iOS / Android


GameStart Pixel Battle

Developer: Eliphant

If you like 16-bit graphics and old school side-scrolling platformers, then this one is right up your street. Help Alyse discover who has been sabotaging video games to make them impossible to play. 

iOS / Android


Stranger Things: The Game

Developer: Bonus XP Inc.

A fictional adventure game set between season 1 and 2 of the hit Netflix series Stranger Things. 




Developer: Dan Vogt

Race to the finish line in different missions assigned by the computer called Mother. You’ll set off in your very own ship to take on the tasks given. 



Wicked Lair

Developer: Stefan Pratter

In Wicked Lair you become the villain who is in charge of building dungeons with monsters and minions to destroy heroes that try to conquer it. 



OHM A Virtual Science Centre

Developer: Statnett SF

This educational game for kids and adults will teach you about all about energy, using engaging and interactive puzzles. 




Developer: Spoopy Squad

Become a cult member and try to summon the Ancient One in this resource management adventure game. 




Developer: Jean-Francois Geyelin

A game similar to Geometry Wars, PewPew puts you in the front seat and lets you experience a multidirectional shoot-em-up. 




Developer: Martin Magni 

In this casual atmospheric puzzle game, players must help their little robot reach the end of each puzzle, and collect level cards along the way.




Developer: Ludosity

Players will have to bounce to get all the orbs in each of the levels provided, with levels becoming increasingly more challenging as you progress.