Android games are very much popular in these days because most of the users are now shifted from their old phones to the Android platform with good specifications but the problem is that many games on the Android Play Store need to be purchased by the user before download. On Android even if you download & purchase the full game an internet connection is required to play the game.
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Mortal Kombat and Street Fighter are one-on-one combat games have been a great way to pass the time & Shadow Fight is kind of similar to that. Shadow Fight’s two-dimensional art style, with silhouettes instead of characters, adds to its charm. It’s all about the fighting here, not about any frills.
This excellent car game will push your Android phone to the max with its excellent graphics and maneuverability which is very well suited to touch screens. However, beware of bugs – the latest update seems to fix some recurring worries, plus it adds more cars and rewards, for a total of 13 available tracks and over a hundred cars.
Into The Dead:-
Want to get a little scared? Put yourself in a dark room, plug in your headphones and launch ‘Into the Dead’! In this title, the player is immersed in a post-apocalyptic world where the undead rule. There’s only one thing to do, try run as long as you can, but how long will you manage to survive?
Freeze! ‘Escape’ is another animated game to try, but it is more like Limbo than Badland. In this one, the main goal is to reach a portal to escape from danger. The problem is that you have to challenge gravity by tapping the ‘Freeze’ button and rotating the dial. Fun to play, the first phase includes 25 levels with a soundtrack worthy of a great animated movie.
Tank Hero Laser WAR:-
Laser Wars, which revives the concept with up-to-date graphics and a ton of fun.
Smash Hit is one of those original ‘runner games’ that does not leave you yawning. At first glance, it may seem tranquil or peaceful. But, don’t be deceived! You’re hurtling through different dimensions and smashing through a glass at a fast pace. Are you prepared for the challenge? You won’t be able to put down this mesmerizing game.
Inspired by the first two titles of the Fallout franchise, Hardboiled is a little mobile game that brings back the concept of a real Android survival game. Like Fallout, Hardboilder plunges you into the shoes of a man who must defend himself against looters and other bandits. Looting, survival and tough decisions are part of the fun.
Heroes & Castle:-
If looting isn’t your thing, why not become a knight? Heroes and Castles demand skill to counter the hordes of Orcs, Goblins, and Giants trying to get hold of your forts! In this third person game, action-RPG game purists will be served well.
If you love classic puzzlers like Tetris or are a fan of the board game Jenga, Monolithic is a pleasing combination of the two that meets somewhere in the middle. Ultimately, all you need to do is build a tower that’s sturdy enough to survive a mini earthquake at the end of each round.
- Minecraft:-Pocket Edition delivers is a huge open world sandbox for the creation and/or survival.
This game is a bleak 2D platform game, in which you a control a young boy who’s entered a lonely, monochromatic world in search of his sister.