5 Relaxing Games for Android and iOS (Part 2)
There are tons of games that you can play on iOS and Android, but what we’re about to share with you right now are games that will relax and calm you down just in case you need something to help put your mind at ease. Here are five relaxing games for your Android or iOS devices.
Note: Check out Part 1 here.
Loner is a casual flight game developed by Kunpo Games. Basically, you fly a plane through moving walls and obstacles, and as you play you learn more about the pilot in the game. It has an excellent soundtrack, and there is no upgrade or progression system which helps you relax.
2. Stellar Fox
Stellar Fox is a puzzle platformer developed by Rawple Studio and follows the tale of a young stellar white fox who got separated from its mother up in the stars by a strong current. You guide the stellar fox through many levels by bridging him paths for the fox to go to the next level. The puzzle does challenge you but quite forgiving on failures, couple that with a beautiful piano soundtrack for you to just chill while playing the game.
3. Daddy Long Legs
Daddy Long Legs is a casual runner game developed by Set Snail. The game’s premise is quite simple: you are a Daddy Long Legs and you tap one leg individually as far as you can, similar to games like QWOP. The game is simply relaxing, with just the sound of crickets at night playing in the background.
4. Opus: The Day We Found Earth
Opus is an adventure game developed by Sigono Inc. In the game, you play as Emmet, a little robot stuck in a spaceship with two people on a mission to find earth and save mankind. Gameplay’s UI is simple and you’d be relaxed by its beautiful soundtrack and charming art style.
5. The Trail: A Frontier Journey
The Frontier is a casual adventure game developed by Kongregate. You play as a traveler and your main goal to reach the town of Eden Falls. Gameplay’s UI is mostly laid back, which is great as it allows you to admire the beautiful, and well-done art in the game. you also gather materials and craft items which you either use to get more items or sell them to other travelers, this game really takes a nice laid back approach to a long adventure.
And there you have it, five games that can help you relax after a long day of work, or when you are down to play something chill. Did we miss anything? Put them in the comments below. We’d like to hear from you!