If you are looking for a new game to play that is similar to SWGOH, you are in the right place. Here are some games that I have played over the years that I think has some similarities that will also allow you to enjoy them as well.
MARVEL Future Fight
If you’re a fan of the Marvel universe, you’re gonna love this one. You get to play as your favorite superheroes and villains, battling through an interdimensional crisis.
The gameplay is straight fire, with a mix of action-packed brawling and RPG-style character progression. You assemble a team of three characters, swapping between them in battle to take down waves of baddies. And let me tell you, seeing Iron Man blast his repulsors while Captain America shield-bashes enemies is a real sight to behold.
The roster of characters is massive, with over 200 heroes and villains to collect. And, the game keeps getting better, with regular updates adding new characters, costumes, and story content. It’s like a never-ending comic book crossover event, and I’m here for it.
The graphics are dope, with detailed character models and special effects that bring the comic book action to life. The voice acting is also on point, with many characters being voiced by the actors from the movies. It’s like playing through a Marvel movie, and it’s awesome.
In short, “Marvel Future Fight” is a must-play for Marvel fans. The action-packed gameplay, massive roster of characters, and faithful presentation make it a real gem. So suit up and join the fight, hero! The fate of the multiverse is in your hands!
Artery Gear: Fusion
This game is called Artery Gear: Fusion from the developers at BiliBili. These guys have made some popular mobile games in the past like Fate/Grand Order and Azur Lane. This mecha game features small mecha girls, known as Artery Gears (or AGs), fighting in an apocalyptic world where humanity is being attacked by puppet-like machines.
The AGs in this game are not just pilots, but they are actual mecha units, which is different from the traditional mecha game setup. It creates a different kind of relationship between the characters. The game has a pity system instead of the gacha system, which guarantees players a 4-star AG in the first round of pulls. All summon points on special banners are carried over to the general banner, so players have to spend resources wisely.
The game also features gift packs and microtransactions, but it is also possible to play for free through the AFK system and story rewards. It’s a unique take on the mecha genre, but it’s up to you if you want to give it a try.
In Epic Seven, you’re the Heir of the Covenant, chosen by the Goddess of Creation, Diche, to take on the ultimate boss, the Archdemon. Diche’s been resetting the world every time the Archdemon destroys it, but she’s getting weaker and weaker, so it’s up to you to gather a squad of elite Heroes and take down the Archdemon for good.
The game’s got a sick anime vibe, with unique aesthetics and characters that are lit AF, with crazy attention to detail. The cinematics are off the chain and make you feel like you’re watching a high-budget anime. Combat’s like other gacha games, with turn-based battles and a Rock-Paper-Scissors element system.
When you’re not fighting, you’re chilling in the tavern, where you can access all the game’s content. As you progress, you can join guilds, enter the arena for PVP, and unlock more content. Epic Seven is fire, with a unique art style that’s straight out of an anime, highly detailed characters and cinematics, and a dope story. Get ready to save the world and become the ultimate Hero!
Here is the lowdown on Dislyte, a JRPG style battler with a modern punk look. The story’s cool, but it’s not really my thing. But, it’s nice that when you skip it, the game gives you a summary of what you missed.
As you progress through the story battles, you’ll collect new party members through a gacha system using a “record player.” The battles use a weapon triangle system, similar to games like Pokémon or Fire Emblem, where characters of different types have strengths and weaknesses against each other. Even though most players will let the battles happen automatically, there’s still a lot of strategy involved in building out your party of 5.
You’ll be able to level up your characters, collect and equip gear sets (called “relics”), increase characters’ max level by sacrificing other characters of the same rarity, upgrade stat distribution between attack/defense/HP, and even check in-game reviews for the characters where other players vote on the best ways to use them.
The in-game character reviews range from pretty funny to disturbing. Beyond the robust system for customizing your party, there are also a ton of different ways to battle beyond the straight path of story mode. You can play through trials that offer branching pathways/rewards, there’s a bounty system with specific requirements to fulfill, a territory defense mode, and there’s even a fun little music rhythm game. Dislyte provides a lot of ways to play, but it does require you to navigate a ton of menu screens. But, in the end, the gameplay is still a grindy JRPG battler.
Overall, Dislyte has a lot of style and flair, so give it a go to see if you like it.
If you’re into monster-collecting RPGs, this game is for you. You play as a summoner, summoning monsters from all over the world to fight for you.
The gameplay is sick, with turn-based battles that let you strategize and watch your monsters deal damage. You’ve got tons of monsters to collect, each with unique abilities and stats. And, as you play, you can level up your monsters, making them even stronger. It’s like building your own dream team of beasts.
The graphics are fresh, with vibrant monster designs and cool special effects. And the game keeps getting better, with new content and events added regularly. It’s like a never-ending monster party, and I’m all in.
One of the best things about Summoners War is the player community. You can join a guild and take on massive boss battles together, or trade monsters with other players. It’s like having your own army of friends, ready to take on the world.
In short, Summoners War is a beast of a game. The monster-collecting, turn-based battles, and huge player community make it a real gem. So get ready to summon your way to the top, summoner! The world of monsters is waiting for you.
MARVEL Strike Force: Squad RPG
Probably the game that is closest to SWGOH in terms of gameplay and art style.
If you are already a huge Marvel fan, then this game should be of interest to you. Much like Dislyte or any gacha game, you will get a ton of free characters early on. There’s a ton of combinations of teams you can use across different game modes. The game keeps expanding the roster regularly so it doesn’t get boring.
Second, the game modes are where Marvel Strike Force shines. Blitz is a great mode where you can play battles against other teams or sim them, and you can use any character in your roster in any order. You can try out new characters, teams, and skills immediately and see how they do against other teams. This is a rare game mode and it’s a ton of fun. The game modes are varied enough that you can pick one or two and excel in it. You can build a roster specifically for Alliance War and be one of the best in your alliance at this mode.
Third, the game is just plain fun and communal. Once you get into an alliance that suits your playstyle, the game becomes even more enjoyable. There’s a lot of fun things to do in the game, and a number of great characters to enhance. The alliance system helps you build a community of players that all work together and share their successes and failures.
Now, I know no game is perfect and Marvel Strike Force has its issues. But overall, the game is a blast to play and I highly recommend it. If you’re looking for a new mobile game to try out, give Marvel Strike Force a shot.