FIVE MOBILE GAMES THAT ARE ACTUALLY BASED ON POPULAR INDIAN MOVIES
If you’re a fan of Indian movies and a fan of playing mobile games, this is right up your alley. We have narrowed down the top 5 mobile games based on popular Indian movies you love!
Over the years, we have witnessed the evolution of mobile games, to be able to play a game on your phone that has a storyline that you’re familiar with and already love. If that’s not a sign of a progressive game, then I don't know what is. Don’t take my word for it though, keep reading to find out if your favorite Indian movie/game made a list!
1. MSD: World Cricket Bash
MS Dhoni the Movie Game is the official game based on the Bollywood film "Dhoni: The untold story" featuring Sushant Singh Rajput as the leading role. It's a free-to-play relaxed cricket game with mechanics that are easy to learn. It’s part of our fruitful cricket game Cricket Hungama 2016.
That said, this game is centered around the former Indian captain and two-time World Cup-winning captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, played by Sushant. You can pick whether to play a lofted shot or a grounded one and afterward swipe in the direction where you intend to hit the ball. Although the game is based on wicketkeeper-batsman Dhoni, you have good controls for bowling also. This game has modes like stories, challenges, wicketkeeping, and much more!
If you have ever played the popular strategy game clash of clans, Bahubali won't be easy to play as it highlights archer towers to healers and similar highlights in the game. In the realm of Mahishmati, Shivudu falls hopelessly in love with a warrior woman. While attempting to woo her, he finds out about the conflict-ridden past of his family and his actual legacy.
In the game, you are recruited as a Senapati by Mahishmati. You build your military, build defenses, lay traps, and with the special powers of various hero characters, take on the Kalakeyas. From elephants to catapults, you can make use of anything to destroy the enemy’s fortification. You have the choice to fight alone or partner up with a clan.
After the demise of his son, Sultan Ali Khan, a middle-aged wrestler, surrenders and gives up the sport. Years later, he decides to restore his career as he wants the prize money and regain the respect he lost.
Just like the movie, Sultan, played by Salman Khan, is a fighting game. As Sultan, you take on various wrestlers whilst upgrading your strength, health, and defense with each win. In the wake of bundling your energy levels up, you can inflict serious damage on your opponent during a fight with a 'power strike.'
If you’re looking for another wrestling game with a similar basis, “Brothers” is a similar game. Still, instead, it is based on a Hollywood film remake that featured Akshay Kumar and Siddharth Malhotra.
Sholay is an arcade game that is based on the tone of the most iconic Bollywood films ever. This game is enjoyable to play specifically for those that miss playing games such as Contra.
In his game, you play Jai (Amitabh Bachchan) and Viru ('Dharmendra'), and you have to face Sambha, Gabbar, and his army of dacoits. To unlock a new chapter, you have to complete the previous one. Jai and Veeru, two ex-convicts, are recruited by Thakur Baldev Singh, a retired cop, to assist him with capturing Gabbar Singh, an infamous dacoit, who has spread destruction in the town of Ramgarh.
5. Dhoom 3
Based on the movie where Sahir, a circus performer, loots a corrupt bank in Chicago to vindicate his dad's death. Though, his troubles keep on growing when Inspector Jai and Ali suspect him of the theft.
The game is pretty much a racing game where you play as Aamir Khan and try to evade police vehicles and choppers through jam-packed traffic. During the race, you gather phones and use the throttle to ditch the police in pursuit. The powerups in the game are there to help you turn on the nitro to give you an edge. As you win games, you gain new racing suits to customize your racer; superbikes are also unlocked!