Gaming has evolved substantially over the years. You aren't relegated to playing a game on just one console or needing a memory card if you want to play it at a friend's house. Now, most games allow you to transfer your progress from one system to another and even play with friends on a different system.

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That goes for mobile games, as well as console and PC titles. There are quite a few mobile titles that have been released on other systems. You can pick up the game right where you left off on your mobile or play against others no matter what system they are using.

8 Hearthstone

Several creatures watch on as two play Hearthstone.

Hearthstone is a free-to-play digital card game by Blizzard. Its cards invoke the lore of the Warcraft series and were originally released on Windows and macOS in 2014, but shortly after that, iOS and Android versions became available.

The turn-based game has you build a deck of 30 cards and choose a hero with a unique power, but you have to play your cards wisely, as you have a select amount of mana to use each turn. May the best player win.

7 Roblox

A prisoner escapes in one of Roblox's most popular games, Jailbreak.

Roblox is a massive game that has games within it. You can find action titles, first-person shooters, roleplaying games, and even collection games all inside of Roblox itself.

The online platform lets users create their own games if they know how to code, and that's what you'll be playing.

It took a while to become a cross-platform mobile title, but you've been able to play it on iOS since 2012 and Android since 2014. In 2015, it became available on Xbox, so now you can play on your phone with PC and Xbox using friends alike.

6 World Of Tanks Blitz

A tank drives across a dirt road in World of Tanks Blitz.

World of Tanks Blitz takes the original World of Tanks formula and speeds it up. If you want to combat with tanks and other vehicles in a fast, practical, and dynamic way, then Blitz is for you.

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This free-to-play game is available through Nintendo Switch, Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android and has millions of players across the world, presenting a PVP shooter with a multitude of maps, vehicles, and strategic possibilities. It is filled with customization from vehicle appearance to the types of guns placed on it.

5 Honkai: Star Rail

The Astral Express crew waves and exits their space train in Honkai: Star Rail.

Honkai: Star Rail is part of the HoYoverse and a roleplaying gacha game that's available on Windows, iOS, and Android. You collect characters and create a team of four to take place in turn-based combat.

With a very similar aesthetic to its sister game, Genshin Impact, you travel across a semi-open world but can explore dungeons and find goodies to improve your collection.

All of this happens in a sci-fi universe where your player character is known as the Trailblazer, and you travel on a space train trying to discover your origins.

4 Among Us

Crewmates sit in the cafeteria while ghosts fly behind them in Among Us.

Among Us is available for just about every prominent system you can think of. You're able to play the social deduction multiplayer phenomenon on Android, iOS, Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation, and Xbox, so that's a lot of availability for the Impostors out there.

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With custom lobbies and fun avatar cosmetics, you jump into one of a few maps set in space. Players are randomly made Crewmates or Impostors.

The Impostors have to kill every crewmate and sabotage the ship, while Crewmates can call meetings to throw a player out into space. Just hope you picked the right one because the Impostors will try to turn you against each other.

3 Genshin Impact

Two Genshin Impact characters stand, holding hands, in a field.

If you've got a PS4, PS5, iOS mobile device, or Android mobile device, you can play Genshin Impact. It features an anime-style environment set in the land of Teyvat, an open world with magical powers to be discovered and controlled, with many bosses for you to challenge and defeat.

The gacha game sees you collect different characters, and you can switch between four at any time, which turns into unique combat situations, as combos can be made by switching out a party member.

2 Pokemon Unite

A trainer with Pikachu on their back walks towards the stadium alongside another trainer and other Pokemon in Pokemon Unite.

Pokemon Unite was originally released for Nintendo Switch but quickly arrived on Android and iOS platforms. The free-to-play MOBA is Pokemon meets League of Legends, with a vast roster of characters, all with different attacks and abilities across varying categories.

During each ten-minute match, the objective is to defeat wild Pokemon, evolve, collect points, and score your points toward the opposing team's goals. There's no in-game scoreboard, so don't give up, and keep fighting and scoring until the timer runs out to see if you are victorious.

1 Teamfight Tactics

Units sit on one side of the board while opposing units stand in the center in Teamfight Tactics.

Teamfight Tactics is a very popular auto battler developed by Riot Games based on Dota Auto Chess and is a spinoff of League of Legends, Riot's most successful title. While it was initially a game mode within League of Legends, it became a standalone game for Android and iOS in 2020 with cross-platform play between mobile and PC.

Eight players create teams to fight each other in a chaotic battle to determine the last player standing, and you must strategically place your units on the battlefield as you'll be randomly matched against different players over time. Collect gold and use it wisely to build a mighty team that will lead you to victory.

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