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The best Call of Duty games for iPhone and iPad

By , on April 10, 2017

With King looking for developers to work on its new Call of Duty game, I thought it was high time to look at the Call of Duty games that are already out on mobile.

And because here at AppSpy we're super fans of content in list form, I've decided that the best way to show you the best CoD games on mobile is with a list. A list that's going to start after the next paragraph.

As usual you can click on the emboldened name of the game to go to the App Store and download it. And if you disagree with any of our choices then chuck them in the comments right down there at the bottom of the page.

Call of Duty: Heroes

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It's Clash of Duty of Heroes With Clans. Build up your own base, people if with gruff and grizzly soldiers, and then try and kill your friends. Or invade their bases, I don't know I wasn't really paying attention.

Anyway, it's not terrible. If you're looking for a Call of Duty game that doesn't really ask that much of you, then it's well worth a look. Just don't expect to be pulling off any super sniping shots or anything like that.

Call of Duty Black Ops Zombies

There are a couple of Zombies games out on mobile, and this one's probably the best of the bunch. It's definitely the newest, which a lot of people seem to think is important in today's day and age.

Anyway, it's an FPS based on the zombie mode that the CoD series started with World at War. Slaughter a bunch of the undead and have a chortle. What could be better?

Read the Pocket Gamer review here

Call of Duty: Strike Team

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This is an interesting mix of a couple of genres. On the one hand you're guiding your team around using a top down perspective. This is the best chunk of the experience, and it's surprisinly deep.

Then there's the more standard FPS bits. Which are fine, if you're into that sort of thing. This is definitely a game that's worth checking out though, so maybe go and do that.

Read the Pocket Gamer review here