Fall Guys is a madcap battle royale race to the finish. Think Takeshi’s Castle but with weird physics and more hilarity and frustration. While there is a mobile version apparently in the works, it hasn’t landed yet. So we thought it’d be a good idea to look at some mobile games that might scratch your Fall Guys itch until it lands.
Some of the games on this list are pretty similar to Fall Guys, where others are more like experiences in a similar vein. That means everything you’re going to find here is a bit silly, a bit frustrating and a lot of fun.
Think we’ve missed anything out? Got your own suggestions you think would fit nicely on this list? Then make sure you let us know in the comments section at the bottom of the article. Before that though, here are what we think are the best games like Fall Guys for mobile.
Fun Run 3
A side-on multiplayer runner that sees you competing to be one of the first three players across the line. There’s a good deal of craziness here and it’s ramped up by the addition of Mario Kart-style special moves. These let you mess up your opponents, but you need to keep an eye out for them flying in your direction too.
It might not have the battle royale-stylings of Fall Guys, but there’s more than enough going on here to leave you with a big smile on your face. Getting across the line in first place feels like a real achievement as well.
This one doesn’t have the racing of Fall Guys, but it’s definitely got the madness. It’s a take on American Football with some of the most ludicrous controls you’re ever likely to experience. In terms of laughs-per-minute, Touchdowners is up there with the best of them.
There’s multiplayer here too, albeit on the same device. There’s still something wonderful about coming out on top, especially when you’re doing it while cackling your head off. In all honesty we could have put any of Colin Lane’s games on this list, because they’re all brilliant and bonkers.
A one-on-one race to the finish with a twist. Instead of just having a generic vehicle, here you need to draw your wheels. That might sound pretty simple, but it’s far from it. Round wheels are all well and good, until you end up in some water or need to clamber up some moving stairs.
Scribble Rider offers some of the madcap joy of Fall Guys but in a much smaller package. Winning the race still feels like an achievement, and figuring out what sort of scribbled wheel is going to give you the best chance of success just adds to the fun.
Run Race 3D
Another multiplayer platformer, this one sees you pegging it through a series of tough levels. There are ropes to swing on, trampolines to bounce off and all manner of wall jumps and changes of direction that you need to master if you want to work your way up the ranking.
It might not have the complexity of the levels in Fall Guys, but there’s still a lot to love here. If you’re looking for a quick-fire blast of entertainment then you could do a lot worse than checking this one out.
Crossy Road? You’re damn right Crossy Road. The game offers same-device multiplayer and features some of the craziest leaping the mobile world has to offer. You need to be smart, you need to be fast and you need to be flexible if you want to win.
Sure, it doesn’t have the bonkers physics and car-crash choke points of Fall Guys, but it’s got the racing down to a tee. We’re pretty sure everyone in the world has played Crossy Road by now, but if you haven’t you should definitely get it downloaded.
The original Badland lets you and up to three other players duke it out in Versus mode. It’s a really interesting take on the platformer, using physics and squishiness to make something pretty darn special.
The sequel also has asynchronous multiplayer events, but there’s something much more entertaining about playing with real people in real time in a real place. If Fall Guys makes you laugh, then Badland is going to make you laugh, weep and occasionally cheer at the top of your lungs.
Totally Reliable Delivery Service
Rather than racing against each other, Totally Reliable Delivery Service’s multiplayer is all about joining together with your friends to try and deliver packages. Try is very much the word here too, because noodly physics and tricky controls are going to make it hilariously difficult.
There’s a big sandbox world for you to play around with. You don’t even have to bother with the deliveries if you don’t want to, instead just taking time to explore and do stupid stuff. It might not be as tightly paced as Fall Guys, but it’s playing around with the same ideas and it’ll make you guffaw an awful lot.
Human: Fall Flat
This one might take a bit more getting used to than Fall Guys, but it offers some massive opportunities for experimental fun. You need to climb, run and throw things around to solve a series of fiendishly difficult puzzles.
You can bring friends or strangers along for the ride too. And if you don’t feel helpful you can spend the whole time making things difficult for them. There’s some wonderful chaos on offer here and you’re going to enjoy every second of it.
It’s golf, but not as we know it. A series of crazy levels, a bunch of players whacking their balls at the same time and some moments of truly rage-inducing frustration combine to make a really special game.
Throw in some special skills, different kinds of obstacles and a super quick play time and you’re left with a brilliant multiplayer experience that, while it might not look at first glance anything like Fall Guys, is actually tickling a lot of the same pleasure points.
A game all about becoming the biggest hole in the world. You suck up small things and they make you grow. Eventually you’re going to be trying to swallow trucks, houses and skyscrapers. And all the while other players are trying to do the same.
Hole.io is the craziest of the .io games on mobile, and it’s that craziness that earns it its place on this list. There’s a whole tonne of bright fun to be had here, and there’s always a nw game or challenge waiting for you.