10 Best-selling Mobile Games In 2022


Mobile games are the new wave in the gaming industry. They’re accessible, fun, and easy to play anywhere you go. Here are some of the top mobile games you should be playing right now!!!

The top mobile games.

Angry Birds: This game is a classic. It was the first hit app on the App Store and has been downloaded over 1 billion times in total. The birds are angry, they’re trying to destroy Pig City (the setting) by throwing eggs at pigs with slingshots. You get points for hitting your target and bonus points if you kill all of them before time runs out!

Subway Surfers: This game is pretty simple as far as mobile gaming goes—you ride on top of subway trains trying not to fall off by jumping off when given an opportunity—but it’s got some nice graphics and gameplay features like being able to collect coins while riding on top of trains or avoiding obstacles along the track. The game also allows players to compete against each other via leaderboards so there’s always someone else playing too!

Angry Birds

Angry Birds was developed by Rovio and released in 2009. It is a game where you slingshot birds at pigs. It is available for multiple platforms, including Android devices, iOS devices, Windows Phone 8 and Windows 10 PCs. The game has been downloaded over 12 billion times across all of those platforms at one point or another since its release date (the exact number varies depending on what source you’re using).

Subway Surfers

The game Subway Surfers is a classic arcade-style runner. You swipe your screen to avoid obstacles and collect coins at the same time. There are different characters you can buy, each with their own special ability (such as speed or jump height).

The game is available on iOS, Android and Windows Phone devices.

Temple Run

Temple Run is a running game where the player controls an avatar by swiping the screen to turn, and tapping on the screen to jump or slide, while avoiding obstacles. The game was first released on Apple’s App Store in August 2011. Temple Run was developed as an internal project at Imangi Studios before it was published under their independent label, Imangi Interactive. This version of Temple Run has been downloaded more than 100 million times since its release and has been featured in several media outlets including The New York Times and Forbes magazine.[5]

The premise of this title involves running away from pursuers (known as monkeys) who are trying to kill you by jumping over your head as well as through gates that have been set up at various intervals along your path.[6] As you progress through each level, new paths open up for use so that there are multiple ways to complete each level; however if all else fails then there’s always backtracking!

Clash of Clans

Clash of Clans is a free-to-play strategy game developed by Supercell. It was first released in 2012 on iOS and Android, with over 100 million downloads to date. Players construct villages and train troops to protect them from other players’ armies. You’ll need to build up your base as you explore new lands and fight for gold, elixir or resources that are needed to improve your village’s defenses and train new units of soldiers or archers for attack purposes!

Candy Crush Saga

Candy Crush Saga is a puzzle video game developed by King. It was released for Facebook in April 2012, and then as a mobile game in November that same year. The objective of the game is to clear all the colored candies from the board by matching them vertically or horizontally, with special candies worth more points when matched higher up on the screen.

The player has three lives and must complete each level before they are lost; if this happens, they can try again but will not be able to use any special moves they collected during play. The goal is to reach level 120 without losing all three lives so you can unlock new levels but only if you have enough boosters available at any given time.”

Fruit Ninja

Fruit Ninja is a physics-based arcade game for iOS, Android and Windows Phone. The player swipes their finger across the screen to cut flying fruit and other objects.

Fruit Ninja has been downloaded over 100 million times since its release in 2010.

Plants vs. Zombies 2

Plants vs. Zombies 2 is a tower defense video game developed and published by PopCap Games. It was released on August 15, 2013 for iOS and Android devices. The game continues with the story of the original game, but adds new features, including a seed-based growth system for plants (which allows you to plant seeds that bear fruit), a new ability to play as zombie characters and several new levels of difficulty.[1]

In this sequel to the award-winning PC title Plants vs Zombies, you must defend your home from hordes of zombies while planting sunflowers, melon slices and other tasty treats all over your lawn to produce food items that can be used against attacking zombies or converted into healing potions when needed most during gameplay sessions.

Talking Tom Cat 2

Talking Tom Cat 2 is a free game available on iOS and Android. It has been downloaded over 100 million times, making it the most downloaded app in history. The game has also been downloaded by more than 200 countries worldwide!

Hill Climb Racing

Hill Climb Racing is a fun, enjoyable game that’s simple enough for anyone to play and enjoy. The graphics are quite good, with lots of detail in the vehicles and obstacles you encounter on your way up the mountain. The sound effects are also nice—you’ll hear different engine sounds as you go up the hill, which adds some variety to what would otherwise be very repetitive gameplay.

The difficulty level can be adjusted at any time during gameplay; however, I recommend staying around “medium” or “hard” because they’re not too hard (and yet challenging enough) for kids who might like this kind of game but don’t have much experience playing them yet! In addition to being easy enough for beginners but still challenging enough for advanced players like myself…


Pou is a virtual pet game developed by Outfit7. The game was released in 2013 and has been downloaded over 200 million times to date. In Pou, players take care of their own little penguin who lives inside the penguin family’s home on an island. You can feed him, play with him, dress him up and interact with other characters in the game through a side-scrolling platformer style interface that includes everything from raising your own pengun as an egg to taking care of it once hatched into adulthood (and beyond). The game offers two modes: adventure mode where you can explore different islands while collecting food items needed for survival; or multiplayer mode where players compete against each other via local WiFi connection or online leaderboards via Google Play Game Services integration.


Mobile game developers are putting out more and more amazing titles, so it’s tough to keep up with them all. If you have a favorite mobile game and would like us to try it out, feel free to let us know by leaving a comment below!