What are the Top 5 Pokemon-Based Mobile Games?

Pokemon is a force to be reckoned with. It’s one of the most popular gaming franchises of all time and has fans all around the world. Mobile didn’t have any Pokemon games until recently and even they aren’t very close to the original concepts of the game. You can enjoy Pokemon in two ways which are the card game and the classic RPG. In the interest of variety, we’ve included both here on this list. Here are the best games like Pokemon for Android! With the recent release of Pokemon Sword and Shield, the franchise’s popularity would have skyrocketed

5. Beastie Bay

Beastie Bay is developed by Kairosoft and it’s one of the more underrated games like Pokemon. This game is a mixture of a monster catching game and a sim so you’ll have quite a bit to do. The simulation side of it will have you building a city, planting crops, and managing all of its resources. You then go out into the wilderness, catch beasts, trade them, and battle them. There is a ton of game here and it should keep you busy for a long time. It’s a freemium game, but most of these are going to be.

4. Bulu Monster

Bulu Monster is a little more in line with what you’d expect games like Pokemon to be like. You’ll be tasked with capturing a variety of creatures and then pitting them against other players. It has 150 creatures that you can capture and level up and a lot of the interaction with other players comes against real people via online PvP. It also boasts a campaign mode, plenty of quests to go on, and you can even play the game offline. You should be able to have a good time with this one for a while, even if it’s a freemium game.

3. EvoCreo

EvoCreo is about as close to a Pokemon clone as you can get. In this jRPG title, you’ll be tasked with collecting your monsters, battling other evokers (trainers), and making your way through the storyline. The developers boast that the campaign will take you about 40 hours and that you’ll have 130 monsters that you can capture and evolve. It also features cross-platform multiplayer and the ability to customize your monsters to suit whatever strategy you cook up. It’s a paid game with in-app purchases, but the in-app purchases are entirely optional.

2. Neo Monsters

Neo Monsters is another fairly decent Pokemon clone. Players in this game will be tasked with exploring six different worlds which the developers boast could take you as long as 60 hours. Each world has its own league that you’ll have to fight through to be the champion and there are also 140 optional missions that you can do online. The mechanics allow you to battle with four creatures at once and have a party of 16 which is pretty awesome. It’s a pay-once game with some in-app purchases that allow you to directly buy monsters if you really want to. Otherwise, it’s one of the more complete games like Pokemon.

1. Pokemon Masters


Pokemon Masters is a single player mobile game from Japanese developer DeNA. It focuses primarily on Pokémon trainers and their relationship with a single Pokémon, rather than collecting and leveling a variety of Pokémon. Check out the overview video above for more details.

Pokemon Masters takes place on the artificial island of Pasio, somewhere in the Pokemon universe. Trainers and their favorite Pokémon from across the world have gathered on the island for the Pokémon Masters League.

Unlike other Pokemon games, Pokémon Masters is all about meeting and befriending other trainers and their Pokémon, called sync pairs. Each sync pair has a single Pokémon, and you’ll need to form a team of three sync pairs to battle your way to the top of the Pokémon Masters League.

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