Top 10 Anime Games For Android & IOS | For Playing In 2022

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We love watching Japanese anime because their characters have unique stories and badass, incredible power. Stories and plot developments that happen over 4 to 5 episodes feel more realistic than in other movies or alternatives.

While playing RPGs (role-playing games), we like to think about being that character once. Fighting through hordes of enemies or blasting off the whole landscape.

We would like to present our top picks of anime games for pc and android and also share our personal experiences with them. For our readers who are into scary stuff, we have written an amazing article on Zombie survival games. You might also what to check it out.

Note: You might not find a few of the listed games on the Google play store, but you will find all these games on Taptap & QooApp. These apps contain nearly every game related to anime in their library.

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1. Genshin impact

Genshin impact
Genshin impact

Many games show us some “out of the universe” advertisements for downloading the games, but we get disappointed every time we download them. Because most of the time, the graphics and mechanics that they promise in the ads were never present in the game, to begin with.

Genshin impact landscape
Landscape

However, that’s not true with Genshin’s impact. The above-demonstrated scenery is true, and better scenes are awaiting you in the game. In terms of physics, the game does an excellent job. Electricity, fire, ice, water, rock, and air react with each other as they would in real life, with a little bit of a gaming element included.

If a bow is shot in the sky, it does fall back. you can check this using a teleporting device or respawn locations. If you just shoot one fire arrow at 80 to 85 degrees in the sky in the direction of any teleportable place and then teleport there, you will notice the arrows falling on the ground instead of disappearing in the air.

Fighting and plots are epic, and places and maps are vast. If you are using your own brain for clearing quests instead of a YouTube guide, then you will enjoy this game in an epic manner.

genshin impact hero

If you are watching guides to solve problems in Genshin Impact, then you are not actually enjoying the game to its upper limit. There is no feeling of accomplishment in that.

Climbing is always fun. Getting above the clouds and looking at the sun rising… it’s just so damn soothing and realistic.

However, be ready for the heat your phone will provide, even if it’s an iPhone. It will feel like a Kawai sun. This game is high on spec and space-demanding. The last time we played this game was when it had only two places unlocked. There are 7 countries to visit.

It can also be played on Windows, iOS, PCs, and PS consoles. There is no doubt that this game will be our No.1 recommendation for quite some time in the top 10 anime games for Android and PC lists.

2. Onmyoji Arena

onmyoji arena
Onnyoji arena

Onmyoji Arena is one of the best anime games out there. Japanese instrumental music, Japanese voice-over, and characters from Japanese gods to anime like Inuyasha and Demon Slayer

onmyoji gang
onmyoji gang

We thoroughly enjoyed the game. Unlike many, this game had good movement flexibility while giving kickass feelings. You command an anime character to fight on a PvP 3-lane map in a 5vs5 battle.

Basically, it’s like league of legends or arena of valor but with anime characters that are balanced more than you can imagine.

onmyoji fam

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3. Black Clover Mobile

Black clover mobile

So Black Clover Mobile game will be huge when it releases later this year. It’s an action-adventure role-playing game in a 3D world with quests and stories to do. The graphics and sound effects are just mind-blowing.

For more in-depth news and update you can read this article article. The game will be very close to the anime series and will be launched at the end of 2022.

4. Tower of Fantasy

Tower of fantasy

Tower of Fantasy takes place in a vividly futuristic, post-apocalyptic world where flying machines, machines, hovercrafts, and demons are commonplace. As with many RPGs, you play the part of an amnesiac wanderer who has just arrived in a tiny town that assists you as you adjust to your surroundings.

Even while the tried-and-true “fish out of water” style has gotten rather trite in recent years, it still works effectively in this instance since you are introduced to the world with your character.

5. Fullmetal Alchemist Mobile

Fullmetal alchemist mobile

You can imagine how much it cost to fully voice the majority of the game. As already said, Brotherhood, a more literal version of the manga, serves as the basis for the game’s plot. However, you may now manage the characters with non-canonical abilities and flashier effects.

Characters have a total of 4 skills, 3 of which are part of their regular repertoire—their standard attacks and two active skills—and 1 of which is their ultimate. It is rather common for some talents to have single targeted or area of effect effects. Friendly fire doesn’t exist.

6. Jujutsu Kaisen Phantom Parade

Jujutsu Kaisen Phantom Parade

Phantom Parade was first revealed in Weekly Shonen Jump #28 in 2021. It was also disclosed on the Twitter Account of the Jujutsu Kaisen anime on June 14, 2021.

According to Weekly Shonen Jump issues #3-4, Phantom Parade will make its debut in 2022.

The game’s opening cinematic, developed by MAPPA and featuring Eve’s theme song “Avant,” was shown on March 7, 2022, as part of the Jujutsu Kaisen: Phantom Parade special program. It also featured three additional personalities from the Fukuoka Jujutsu High branch: Saki and Kaito, two first-year students, and Kensuke, the administrator.

7. Project Fighter(one piece)

Project fighter

Based on “ONE PIECE,” one of the world’s most popular and long-running Shonen series. “Project: Fighter” is its game adaptation. It was built by the original staff of the “Naruto Mobile” studio and was supported by Bandai Namco.

The art is delicate and very well-preserved. Players are able to enjoy the sailing adventure in the original animation simultaneously thanks to a partnership with Unreal Engine 4 research and development, which also improves the visual effect of the game’s combat blows and the quality of the picture.

8. Kimetsu no Yaiba: Keppuu Kengeki Royale Game

Kimetsu no Yaiba: Keppuu Kengeki Royale
Kimetsu no Yaiba: Keppuu Kengeki Royale

Kimetsu no Yaiba: Chifuu Kengeki Royale” or Deamon Slayer Game is an asymmetric survival action game. Players in asymmetric multiplayer games will be divided into Demon Slayer Corps and Demon camps.
“Kimetsu no Yaiba: Chifuu Kengeki Royale” was intended to be published in 2020 by Aniplex and made by Quatro and ASoleil, but owing to the pandemic, the developers put it on hold, and it may now be released in 2022. This title’s official website, as well as Twitter, have both been created.

9. One punch Man World

One punch man world (1)

The action game One-Punch Man: World is based on the anime series “One-Punch Man.” There are several game types in the game, including squad versus monsters and planet exploration. The game both restores and enriches the anime’s portrayed disaster world, pitting heroes and monsters against one another.
Players will be able to play as a range of popular heroes, including Saitama, and will be able to do heroic deeds such as slaying monsters, revitalizing villages, exploring the world, and interpreting their own hero style.

10. My Hero Academia Strongest Hero

my hero academia world: the strongest hero

Fans of the anime series will be able to enlist and play as their preferred MHA heroes, including Deku, the fan favorite, and All Might, the top hero, as well as everyone else. Even though you won’t have access to all of them at once, the mobile game’s gacha system will gradually allow you to complete your collection.

The game’s heavy collectible component is countered by a story-driven progression system that allows you to level up your characters by engaging in combat with villains and completing missions to earn experience and equipment. Combine all of it with a splash of cooperative combat with enemies and bosses and PvP competition with live people.