The options range from traditional fighting games, RPGs, adventure, platforms, and even sports. In this shortlist, we have separated the best ones (in our opinion, of course), check them out:
Best Anime Mobile Games
Bleach Brave Souls
Bleach Brave Souls brings the universe of shinigami Ichigo Kurosaki to the smartphone universe. With graphics in cel shading and chibi (cartoonistic) traits, the player will be able to choose from dozens of characters to relive the battles of the anime.
In addition to experiencing unprecedented adventures that were created exclusively for the game, in a system that mixes elements of action games RPG with fighting games.
The mobile game is currently in its fifth season and should continue to receive updates for a long time, given that the manga created by Tite Kubo will get a new anime in celebration of its 20th anniversary next semester.
Captain Tsubasa (Super Champions): Dream Team
A phenomenon in Brazil in the 1990s, the anime Super Champions showed the trajectory of young Oliver Tsubasa to become the greatest football player in the world. To achieve his goals, the young man ended up going through several teams and even came to play.
Developed by Klab, the same company behind Brave Souls, Dream Team is a game that adapts this saga to the mobile universe, mixing strategy elements with the mechanics of soccer games like Pro Evolution Soccer.
The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross
The animation made in partnership with Netflix about Captain Meliodas, one of the seven deadly sins, was also not left out of smartphones. Grand Cross is an RPG game that recreates the game’s story in a vast universe and turn-based battles.
Yu-GI-Oh! Duel Links
Duel Links is a card game that brings characters such as the Blue-Eyes White Dragon and the legendary Exodia to the mobile universe. The title is developed by Japanese Konami and impresses by its base that adds up to more than three million players around the world.
The game is also praised for having simplified mechanics ideal for those who have never ventured into the genre. Despite this, the lack of balance between free and paid rewards can make the title a bit cloying over time.
One Piece: Bounty Rush
One Piece is probably the most popular anime today. With more than 900 episodes and more than a thousand chapters of the manga, the adventures of the pirate Luffy and his crew have already starred in the countless console and mobile games.
Naruto x Boruto Ninja Voltage
Ninja Voltage is a game that transports players to the Konoha universe, reliving the battles of the anime Naruto and Boruto. Its mechanics are very similar to those of One Piece Bounty Rush (both produced by Bandai).
But it also features unique elements such as the option to summon monsters during battles, as well as a strategy mode in which the player needs to manage supplies. of the village in the role of Hokage.
Dragon Ball Legends
Bandai Namco has gifted fans of the Playstation 2 Dragon Ball Budokai Tenkaichi franchise with a worthy successor in Dragon Ball Heroes. The game recreates the main battles of the Dragon Ball Z and GT anime in a mechanic very similar to that of the consoles, in addition to having a PVP system praised by the community.
The mobile game was also popular for its animations during battles that faithfully recreate remarkable moments for fans of the franchise.
Developed by Chinese DeNA, Slam Dunk is a basketball game inspired by the manga and anime by Takehiko Inoue. Featuring cartoonish graphics and a three-on-three match system very similar to the classic NBA Jam, from Super Nintendo, the game has won the favor of a community that goes beyond anime fans, but also among sports fans in general.
Saint Seiya Awakening: Knights of the Zodiac
Saint Seiya Awakening is a turn-based RPG game that brings to the mobile universe all the emotions of the anime Knights of the Zodiac.
In it, you can recreate all the anime sagas and defend Athena from the twelve houses of the sanctuary to the domains of Hades, in addition to having a PvP mode in which you can challenge your friends by creating your own teams of knights.