The Android provides a world class platform for making use of apps and games. Android devices facilitate accessing apps, games and other digital tools and content for users. Due to the immense popularity of Android phones and tablets, the apps available for the platform too have gone up. That’s why more Android games are available either free of cost or for nominal price. There are a bunch of really nice games available for Android phones and tablets, the equivalents of Apple’s iPhones and iPads. In this round-up, we’ll take a glance at some of the best popular games, both free and paid, on Android.
Free Android games
Frozen Bubble: It is a crazy game where the user must launch frozen bubbles into each other. If the users match up at least three of the identical colour, then the bubbles will fall. In contrast to similar games, the user can eliminate different coloured bubbles as long as they hit the equally coloured ones. Frozen Bubble is tougher to clear shots than other different games of this nature because the board itself is longer. The benefit to this outline though, is that the user can have additional shots to fire before the user actually come to an end. In this game, the user has three total lives and once the user loses them all, then the user is in serious trouble. Frozen Bubble is a similar expertise to other like-minded bubble games except that it has cutesy graphics and is a bit more suited especially to youngsters. This doesn’t stop adults from playing though!
Angry Birds: This Android free game is one of the most popular games of the smartphone era. Angry Birds for Android is extremely in style and thousands of gamers round the world like it. The game is very simple, based on physics, with a number of birds in your arsenal, every bird has own particular power: the little blue one turns into three, the yellow one has a speed boost. The game is straightforward and infuriatingly addictive. The users are always just that one degree off on that one bird from getting three stars.
ConnecToo or Connected Two: A brilliantly simple concept Android game. ConnecToo or Connected Two recently switched to an ad-supported model. ConnecToo is a game of logic, quick thinking and perception. The basic goal of the game is to attach every two elements of same colour. Gameplay is simple and tricky to master.
Drop: The goal of this free Android game is to fall down as far as the user can, navigating downwards through endless platforms. The hardcore practiced players can collect additional stars on the means by doing bounce combos. In this game the timing and accuracy is everything. So, do not move too slowly otherwise it’s Game Over!
Trap: This Android game is basically an old-fashioned puzzle game and seriously addictive puzzle. The target of the game is to trap the bouncing balls in as small a section of the user’s screen as possible. The gamers can’t hit any of the balls while drawing the line – three strikes and may be the user declared out. Trap! Despite its ugly appearance, Trap is very addictive. There are three game modes – Training, Normal and Skill – and two life options in this addictive Android game.
Paid Android games
Another World : This paid Android game was earlier popular as Out Of This World and released in 1991. Another World was recreated and ported to Android with better graphics and full touch screen support. It’s a reasonably tough two-dimensional shooter/puzzle game where the users can play a scientist who gets warped into, well, another world. Now, Another World comes with High Definition (HD) graphics. This game’s gesture controls are an interesting idea, eliminate buttons. The main striking feature of this games is it is well-suited for touch controls. Another World has commands like the walk, run, jump, duck and shoot.
Call of Duty: Strike Team is a first person shooter most of the time, but there are scenes and modes where the user can play with the third person camera view. It has spectacular visuals, a campaign mode, a survival mode, and a range of options in terms of game play. The user can play their own way. The user can switch between first person and third person action at almost any time. Call of Duty is customized for the members of the user group with weapons and body armour.
Kingdom Rush: This paid Android game is a tower defence game and one among the best rated and most preferred ones. The original Kingdom Rush was a hit and the next modification, Kingdom Rush Frontiers, is a more enhanced game. This game possesses a bunch of content, an elongated campaign mode, and tough game play.
Minecraft: Minecraft ranked top five best paid Android games in the Google Play Store. That’s why Minecraft is awesome. Minecraft is completely customizable game, the users can build and kill things, even do all kinds of different things. In fact, this Android game has enough creativity.
Riptide GP2 : It was one of the first big releases after the introduction of Google Play Games services. Riptide GP2 is very challenging, and contains immense graphics.
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