Wayward Souls is alright.
So basically, Cheapskate World of Warcraft with Clash of Clans paywalls?I can tell you which isn't a good mobile game, Warriors of Waterdeep.
Its got every kind of bullshit monetization I can think of in a single, convenient package. Seriously its almost like distilled example of what people hate about these games. Its turbo-bullshit on parade.
You want paywalls that technically don't exist but practically do because you can, in theory, grind for two months to get up one tiny rung? Done. You want two types of currency, gold and gems, both you can pay actual cash for? Done. You want random loot drops? Happening man. You want treasure chests that require anywhere from EIGHT TO TWELVE hours to open? That you can pay gems (and therefore real cash) to open faster? Done. If something kills you, you can use gems to get another chance right away to keep playing? Consider it done. Want a VIP monthly subscription option that costs TEN FUCKING DOLLARS A MONTH ON A MOBILE GAME THAT APPARENTLY THINKS IT HOLDS THE SAME SUBSCRIBE-ABLE VALUE AS FUCKING WORLD OF WARCRAFT OR A REAL MMO? One that taunts you at the end of dungeons offering 320 gold coin drops instead of the paultry 12 you earned normally? This game has it all!!
Came here to post this. Ninja Village, Dungeon Village, Game Dev Story, Grand Prix Story and Sushi Spinnery are great. Sadly, Kairosoft has now gone down the monetization path. I stopped following their games a couple of years ago when I got (IIRC) Beastie Bay and it started with the bullshit timers you could pay to skip.KairoSoft is a jap company making really good mobile sims, specifically Mega Mall Story, Game Dev Story, and Dungeon Town Story(?). They're all similar, you have a 16-year span to make shit or build up something, score it taken for leaderboards, then you have unlimited play mode. Mega Mall is particularly satisfying, you place the stores and restaurants but the customers have their own AI, and you hope they spend all their money in certain places you favor. They're all $5 one time purchases, no ads, and really satisfying for multiple playthroughs. The important part though is they're easy to pause and pick back up, whether it's going in and out of waiting rooms or bathrooms, or putting it down for days/weeks at a time. Big Recommend.
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if you don’t mind me asking how far had you gotten in the endless mode, I got to floor 54 and was wonderingCardinal Quest 2 is a fun roguelike. It's not as punishing as NetHack, and really meant to be played in short coffee break amounts of time. Completely free to play, everything you can unlock, you can do so in game.