Gameloft Classics: 20 Years

4.2
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About this game

Gameloft celebrates its 20th anniversary with this action-packed game. A selection of 30 of our iconic titles and franchises from all times can be played here.

Pop over to "Bubble Bash 2" for tropical match-3 puzzles or over to "Detective Ridley and the Mysterious Enigma". Lock & load for undead extermination in "Zombie Infection" and "Alien Quarantine", or create alliances over the timeless franchises of "N.O.V.A." and "Modern Combat 2".

Seek out love in "Date or Ditch 2" and "Vampire Romance", or play the full life simulators "My Life in New York" and "High School Hook Ups™".

In this collection, "Gameloft Classics: 20 years", there are games for all types of gamers—whether your preferences are puzzle games, run-and-gun games like "Wild West Guns", or real life and love simulators. You can also choose to play different sports and cards games like "Motocross: Trial Extreme", or have a throwback moment with old-school arcade action games.

We have implemented the classic controls from old consoles for touchscreen on mobile, so you can experience the best arcade action from "Hero of Sparta" or "Block Breaker".

The titles in this pack are from multiple game genres, so all types of gamers can find titles that best suit their interests. You can play arcade action adventure games such as "Soul of Darkness" and "Cannon Rats", play entertainment games with the life & love simulator "Fashion Icon”, and pop bubbles in the puzzles from "Diamond Rush" and "Abracadaball".

Features of this game collection pack


The games in "Gameloft Classics: 20 Years" are totally free to play and are part of the celebration of the company’s past 20 years.
This game collection has 30 titles from different franchises, including many of Gameloft’s worldwide best-ranking titles.
The graphics are throwbacks from old-school gaming consoles, but have been adapted for performance on modern mobile devices with touchscreen controls reminiscent of the ones from the old consoles, letting users play with ease.
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Jul 16, 2020

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4.2
142K reviews
Elijah Maisel
May 26, 2022
While some games play a bit odd due to some touch controls, it is still very impressive how some of these in the collection hold up. Being able to play this on an actual control would certainly be an improvement, but otherwise this is a great collection for anyone who was looking to play through the retro age of mobile gaming. It is unfortunate that there weren't any quality of life improvements (that I saw at least) with any of these titles. For instance using dsiWare versions of games.
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Jesse Bettis
May 17, 2020
Love the concept and the execution is mostly great too. My only real problem has to do with the control layout - the D-pad in particular seems a tad too small and there's no way to resize. In general it seems like there's a lot of wasted space there to have such small buttons. Some choice in frame styles or better yet, a full-screen or 2x option would be cool (if NES emulators can do it, why not here) but those are minor gripes.
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Jose Martinez
May 9, 2020
I do remember some of these games but I only downloaded this to see if Zombie Infection was here and it was. I haven't played Zombie Infection since I was like 6 years old, that was like 13 years ago, but I remember beating and enjoying the game. I'm glad I'm able to play the game without having to buy a keyboard phone. However, it would be better if we could have the option to make the screen and the controls bigger and the option to have joystick controls too
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What's new

Minor bug fixes.