35 of the best Android games (free and paid)

September 12, 2014
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Best Android GamesGaming on Android has been rapidly improving over the last couple of years. Gone are the days where the best of the best are simple puzzle games. Now, there are near-console quality games available on Android that provide more than just a moment of distraction. Those puzzle games have also improved to keep up with the latest trends and graphics. So below are some of the best Android games.

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Angry Birds - best Android gamesAngry Birds (all of them)

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
First is the obligatory hat tip to the first really popular game on Android. With over a billion downloads to date in total and a fairly good rating on the Google Play Store, it’s difficult to find someone who hasn’t played these games. Rovio has more than half a dozen games in the series and they all play pretty much the same way. They have added better graphics, more game play features, and more levels as time goes so the experience has only become more enjoyable. There is also now a racing game, a puzzle game, and an RPG in the mix. Some may say the game series is dated, but you really can’t argue with a billion downloads.
Get it on Google Play
Angry Birds best Android games


Assassin's Creed PIrates best Android gamesAssassin’s Creed Pirates

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
Assassin’s Creed Pirates is a great example of how much Android games have progressed in terms of graphics. This is a beautiful naval adventure game where you must be the captain of your own pirate ship and search out buried treasure. It features very good graphics and a fun story line. In battle, you shoot cannons at other ships by doing that side-by-side thing that gives the game a glimmer of realism. It used to cost money but now it’s free with in app purchases.
Get it on Google Play


Another World - best Android gamesAnother World

[Price: $1.99]
Another World was once called Out Of This World and was originally released in 1991. The game was recreated and ported to Android with better graphics and full touch screen support. It’s a fairly difficult 2D shooter/puzzle game where you play a scientist who gets warped into, well, another world. It’s a great game to have if you’re into retro gaming and will remain a gem on Android just like it was a gem back in 1991.
Get it on Google Play
Another World best Android games


Asphalt 8: Airborne best Android gamesAsphalt 8: Airborne

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
Gameloft really hit a home run with their Asphalt series. They have increasingly good graphics, fun game play, and each new iteration adds more features. The most current is Asphalt 8: Airborne, which includes Google Play Games achievements and a live multiplayer mode. It used to cost money but recently they switched to a Freemium model (Free to play with in-app purchases). Some like it, some don’t, but it’s still a fun game to play.
Get it on Google Play
Asphalt 8 Airborne best Android games


The Bard's Tale best Android gamesThe Bard’s Tale

[Price: $1.99 with in app purchases]
Like other games on this list, The Bard’s Tale is a port of a much older game. The original Bard’s Tale was released in 1985 and was considered a cult classic. The port is an amazing reproduction that includes updated graphics and optimizations so it can be enjoyed on Android. This witty RPG boasts around 20-30 hours of game play and for an Android game that’s really good. It’s received honors by a number of gaming blogs for being good. There are also two options, a standard definition and high definition package (selectable when you open the app) so if you have the extra space, you can play a better looking game.
Get it on Google Play
Bard's Tale the best Android games


call of duty strike best Android gamesCall of Duty: Strike Team

[Price: $6.99 with in app purchases]
Call of Duty: Strike Team is actually one of the newer games on the list and it’s pretty good. It’s a first person shooter most of the time, but there are scenes and modes where you can play with the third person camera view. Included with Call of Duty: Strike Team is impressive visuals, a campaign mode, a survival mode, and a variety of features in terms of game play. It is a bit pricy like some of the other games on the list but you do get what you pay for. Unfortunately, the only real thing lacking is device support and the developers promise that’s coming soon.
Get it on Google Play
call of duty strike team best Android games


candy crush sagas best Android gamesCandy Crush Saga

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
Candy Crush Saga isn’t the most complicated game out there, but a whole bunch of people seem to love it. It’s a simple puzzle game that gets progressively harder but there is a very strong social component that will either have you loving the interaction or hating the constant requests on Facebook. It does boast 400 levels so there is more than enough content to keep you and the hundred million other players going for a long time.
Get it on Google Play
candy crush saga best Android games


clash of clans best Android gamesClash of Clans

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
Clash of Clans is one of many MMO-RTS games but it is by far one of the best. In this real time strategy, you play as a clan chief who must build up your village to defend it from raiders. Raiders are, consequently, other real people who play the game and you can raid their villages too. There are clans you can join so you can play with others and over the last year they’ve integrated clan wars so you can fight other clans. If you like strategy games and social gaming, this will be perfect for you.
Get it on Google Play
clash of clans best Android games


CSR Racing - best Android gamesCSR Racing

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
CSR Racing is actually more of a sim game than an actual racer. You play as a racer trying to make it to the top by performing drag races against gangs of riders. It’s a fairly simple premise and the game itself is pretty simple once you get the hang of it. That said, there is a lot of content, better than average graphics, and beating this game will take some time for most people. There is also an online component where people race against others to win rare cars and in-game currency.
Get it on Google Play
CSR Racing - best Android games


cut the rope - best Android gamesCut the Rope

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
In this cutesy puzzle game, you must hack ropes and use various obstacles and powers to feed an adorable little green monster some candy. It sounds simple enough right? Well, after the first dozen levels or so it can get quite complicated but it never seems to lose its original charm. This game has received a plethora of awards and when it comes to puzzle games, it does stand out from the competition. There are also multiple installments of Cut the Rope so you can keep playing even after you’ve been this one.
Get it on Google Play
cut the rope - best Android games


Duet best Android gamesDuet

[Price: Free / $3.00]
Duet is a newer Android puzzle game that is minimalist in terms of graphics but huge in terms of difficulty and fun. It’s accompanied by an amazing atmospheric soundtrack which really helps you immerse yourself in this game. The free version comes with the core game and for $3.00 (as an in app purchase), you can unlock all of the extras. In terms of Android games, it won’t win any awards for graphics, but literally everything else is top notch.
Get it on Google Play


best Android games - emulatorsEmulators

[Price: Varies]
One of the best ways to game on Android is to play games that we loved as kids. This can be accomplished with emulators. A couple of years ago, emulators were buggy, barely usable apps that let the very fortunate play their favorite games at full speed. These days, emulators are much more polished and very usable for just about everyone. Using them, you can play your favorite games from the SNES, PlayStation, N64, NES, Game Boy Advance, and other consoles. There is no one app here as each console has its own emulator, so we recommend you check out our best emulator apps for Android list to see the best ones! Do note, this is the only way to play classics like Legend of Zelda or Pokemon on Android.
best Android games - emulators


Dead Trigger 2 best Android gamesDead Trigger 2

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
The original Dead Trigger was a big deal. It was one of the best zombie games out there and one of the best shooters. In a world where both of those genres are dramatically over-saturated, being the best in those areas is a high compliment. Dead Trigger 2 came out and it was head and shoulders above its predecessor. It has great graphics, a much more competent story mode, and a lot more unlockable content. It is free, but it does have in-app purchases, which some people apparently despite but thankfully you don’t need to buy anything to have fun.
Get it on Google Play
best Android games dead trigger 2


FIFA 14 best Android gamesFIFA 14

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
Even though the sport hasn’t really caught on in the US, football (soccer) is a wildly popular sport pretty much everywhere else. When it comes to soccer, FIFA 14 is the best that you can do. It has decent graphics, easy game play, and a lot of content. l6,000 players from 600 teams in 33 countries, to be exact. Like many, this is a Freemium game so you can pick it up for free. There’s not much else to it. If you like soccer, this is the best.
Get it on Google Play
FIFA 14 best Android games


Final Fantasy best Android gamesFinal Fantasy (all of them)

[Price: Varies]
If any game studio has taken advantage of the retro gaming trend on Android, it’s Square Enix. They have been working tirelessly to bring all of their old Final Fantasy games to Android. This includes Final Fantasy 1 through Final Fantasy 6 (so far) along with the sequel to Final Fantasy 4, Chrono Trigger, and an original Final Fantasy in Final Fantasy Dimensions. If you like Final Fantasy, any one of these games is worth your time. Hit the button to see Square Enix’s entire game library. Beware, they are a tad expensive.
Get it on Google Play
Final Fantasy best Android games


Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas best Android gamesGrand Theft Auto (all of them)

[Price: Varies]
Rockstar has been pretty avid about moving many of their older Grand Theft Auto games over to mobile. Their latest release, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas was a huge hit for Android games enthusiasts and you can see our review in the video below. They’re not overly expensive and don’t have in app purchases. If you like GTA, you can play revisit the good old days on mobile. Do beware because Grand Theft Auto games either work really well on a device or they barely work at all. How well it works will depend on your device.
Get it on Google Play


jetpack joyride best Android gamesJetpack Joyride

[Price: Free]
In this action/arcade game, you play as Barry who breaks into a secret laboratory and appropriates a jet pack. This is a 2D side-scroller where you must use your jet pack to avoid obstacles while constantly moving forward. There are a variety of vehicles and power ups to help you along. The graphics are cartoon-y but that’s not necessarily a bad thing and the game play is genuinely fun and addictive. Also, it’s free.
Get it on Google Play
jetpack joyride best Android games


Kingdom Rush Frontiers best Android gamesKingdom Rush Frontiers

[Price: $1.99 with in app purchases]
Kingdom Rush is a budding game franchise that people have really grabbed a hold of. It is a tower defense game and one of the highest rated, most popular ones out there. The original Kingdom Rush was a hit and the next iteration, Kingdom Rush Frontiers, is even better. It has a lot of content, a long campaign mode, and challenging game play. It’s deceptively addictive and if you’re into tower defense games, you probably won’t be able to play just one round.
Get it on Google Play
kingdrom rush frontiers best Android games


leo's fortune best Android gamesLeo’s Fortune

[Price: $4.99]
Leo’s Fortune was demoed at Google I/O and instantly became one of the most anticipated Android games of all time. Since its release, it’s garnered a ridiculous 4.7 rating in the Google Play Store. It features great graphics, easy controls, a fun little story line, and it all comes packaged in an easy-to-swallow $4.99. It’s easily the best 2D platformer out right now and it even supports Google Play Games services. Check it out!
Get it on Google Play


Madden 25 best Android gamesMadden NFL 25

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
Sports games on Android haven’t quite taken off like other genres have. At least not yet. That doesn’t mean that there aren’t good sports games out there and Madden NFL 25 is one of them. It’s one of the very few Android games that even has every team. It also has decent graphics, good game play, and a decent amount of content. If you like American football, this is that game you should try out. It is a Freemium game, so there is that. Otherwise, it’s really good.
Get it on Google Play
Madden NFL 25 best Android games


Minecraft best Android gamesMinecraft Pocket Edition

[Price: $6.99]
Minecraft was already a popular game before it showed up on Android and it’s gotten more popular since. It’s been in the top 5 best paid Android games in the Google Play Store for well over a year now. There’s a reason and it’s because Minecraft is awesome. In this completely customizable game, you build tings, mine things, kill things, and do all sorts of other things. With enough creativity, the sky is the limit. It’s a tad pricier than many others on this list but millions believe it’s worth every penny and that includes us.
Get it on Google Play
Minecraft Pocket Edition best Android games


Modern Combat 4 Zero Hour best Android gamesModern Combat 4: Zero Hour and Modern Combat 5: Blackout

[Price: $6.99]
Modern Combat has a huge following and is one of the best first person shooter franchises in all of Android. Modern Combat 5 came out earlier this year to mostly favorable reviews and Modern Combat 4 remains a popular and highly rated option for mobile shooters. Both of them are the same price and neither of them have in app purchases which is good. Modern Combat 5 also comes with improved graphics, online multiplayer, and some more awesome stuff over Modern Combat 4. However, there are still people who prefer the older one so we included both. Click the button below to get Modern Combat 5: Blackout and click here to get Modern Combat 4.
Get it on Google Play
Modern Combat 4 Zero Hour best Android games


monument valley best Android gamesMonument Valley

[Price: $3.99]
Monument Valley is a masterpiece. It uses a bunch of geometrical illusions that you must navigate to get to the end of every level. The way these levels fit, turn, flip, and move together to create these new shapes is really something impressive. That makes Monument Valley one of the must have Android games. There is also a kind of story line but it’s not overly deep about a princess. It’s fun and it’s inexpensive. It also has cloud saves so you can play on multiple devices.
Get it on Google Play


Osmos HD best Android gamesOsmos HD

[Price: $2.99]
Osmos HD is a deceptively awesome game. When you just look at it, you see you control a little mote that must absorb smaller motes to become larger and, thus, absorb larger motes. In reality, this incredibly challenging brain teaser is both beautiful and fun. With the ambient music and variable speed game play (determined by user), you can literally spend an hour on a single level before you beat it and enjoy every minute of it. It’s a truly unique gaming experience and one you shouldn’t miss.
Get it on Google Play
Osmos HD best Android games


plants vs zombies 2 best Android gamesPlants vs Zombies 1 and 2

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
Plants vs Zombies 2 was one of the most hyped Android games to come out this year and is just as popular as its predecessor. The premise of this game is simple. You grow plants to stop the zombie invasion. The graphics won’t compete for the best but that doesn’t affect the game’s easy mechanics and addictive content. It is a time waster, like Angry Birds, so don’t expect miracles there. If you have five minutes to kill, there are few better games to kill it with than Plants vs Zombies 2.
Get it on Google Play
plants vs zombies 2 best Android games


quizup best android gamesQuizUp

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
QuizUp is the last quiz game that should ever be released on Android. It features thousands of questions in dozens of subjects to keep you entertained. It is frequently updated with new questions and categories which allows it to stay fresh. In each category, you can play over and over to increase your score in that category. It’s exclusively online multiplayer so you’ll always be facing a real person. The design is top notch and colorful and it’s free to play! That makes it one of the essential Android games if you’re a trivia enthusiast.
Get it on Google Play


Riptide GP2 best Android gamesRiptide GP2

[Price: $2.99 with in app purchases]
Riptide GP2 was one of the first big releases following the Google Play Games services release. As such it has achievements, online multiplayer, and cloud saves. It also happens to be one of the best racing Android games period. It is challenging, it has great graphics, and it’s a fairly unique premise for a racing game. We’ve long touted how this is one of our favorite games around the newsroom and it definitely deserves to be on this list.
Get it on Google Play
Riptide GP2 best Android games


The Room best Android gamesThe Room 1 and 2

[Price: $0.99 and $2.99 respectively]
The Room is a challenging puzzle game that’s a little different than the other puzzle games on the list. You move around a giant box and have to find secrets in its architecture that let you unlock things. As you unlock things, you learn more about the box. This game has really nice graphics but the game play is a little shorter. If you don’t mind the $2 price tag, this is a great game to pick up and spend an afternoon or two playing through. The Room 2 was released earlier this year to stellar reviews and pretty much everyone agrees it’s just as good or better than The Room in every way. You should check out both of them.
Get it on Google Play
The Room best Android games


The Sims FreePlay best Android gamesThe Sims FreePlay

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
Many people didn’t even know there was a Sims game available for Android, but there definitely is. It’s called The Sims FreePlay and as the name implies, you can play the game for free. If you’ve played any Sims game before, you know how this game works. You essentially play God in the life of a person you create. This game centers around teenagers rather than full adults, but the basic things that makes the Sims great is there.
Get it on Google Play
The Sims FreePlay best Android games


smash hit best android gamesSmash Hit

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
Smash Hit is an infinite runner style game that adds a bit of class to the genre. The muted colors, sharp graphics, atmospheric music, and smooth game play add a level of sophistication you just don’t get in other infinite runner titles. It’s one of the cleanest looking Android games available and it’s free with in app purchases. Some people have had trouble getting premium features unlocked but the core game is part of the free package so you can at least play through without paying for it.
Get it on Google Play


Sonic the Hedgehog 2 best Android gamesSonic the Hedgehog (all of them)

[Price: Varies]
Much like Square Enix, Sega has worked very hard to bring as many of their Sonic the Hedgehog offerings to Android as humanly possible. You can pick up the original Sonic and Sonic 2 games on Android which have been adapted for touch screen controls. There are also a handful of native Android games available. One such example is Sonic Dash which is an infinite runner. Sonic and Sonic 2 alone were enough to make this list based on their iconic value alone but if you click the button, you’ll be taken to Sega’s developer page on the Google Play Store to see all of their Android game offerings featuring Sonic.
Get it on Google Play


Temple Run best Android gamesTemple Run 1 and 2

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
Temple Run was one of the original popular Android games and pretty much everyone knows how it works. You run forever trying to avoid obstacles, collect items, and otherwise keep running forward. The series has two games, Temple Run 1 and 2, along with a metric ton of offshoots that borrow the same game mechanics. It’s iconic, even if the game type is fairly simple and the graphics are fairly basic. Also, both games are free!
Get it on Google Play
Temple Run 2 best Android games


World of Goo best Android gamesWorld of Goo

[Price: $4.99]
World of Goo is the last puzzle game on our list and it’s also one of the best. In this game you must build a structure that reaches a pipe to suck up the excess goo. In order to get the max score, you must use as few moves as possible so the pipe sucks up the most possible goo. It’s fun and genuinely thought provoking. It also offers a number of fun activities to play outside of the main game like the freestyle build mode. It also has Google Play Games achievements. That’s a home run.
Get it on Google Play
World of Goo best Android games


zombie highway best Android gamesZombie Highway

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
Zombie Highway is a long time favorite here at Android Authority and, of course, we believe it belongs on a list like this. Much like Temple Run, Zombie Highway is based around moving forward infinitely. You must avoid obstacles and fend off zombies to see how far you can drive. You can remove zombies by scraping them off on the obstacles and with unlockable guns. For such a simple game, you’ll be heavily engaged pretty much the whole time you play it. Also, it’s now free and it used to be worth $.99. So now is the best time to pick it up.
Get it on Google Play
zombie highway best Android games


Wrap up

If you’ve made it all the down here, thanks for reading! If we missed any awesome Android games and you want to tell us about them then please leave a comment below!

Comments

  • Jayfeather787

    I think the best racing game is Need for Speed Most Wanted.

    • Bone

      Real Racing 3. 200 hours but not a single dime spent, realistic graphics, incredibly responsive handling and perfectly challenging difficulty. What it says: it’s real racing.

      But let’s not make it a fanboy war: how about naming Type:Rider, a gorgeous and intuitive platformer with the best audiovisual design of any game I’ve played on a mobile.

      https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bulkypix.typerider&hl=en

      • Jayfeather787

        I just tried out real racing 3, and you are right. It is absolutely amazing in terms of reality and handling, but I still like NFS because you don’t have to repair cars.

    • Balraj

      Played it several times
      I only wish it had a cop mode

    • shogun656

      Im with you there. No racing game has beaten NFS: Most Wanted yet on the play store

      • Jayfeather787

        Thank you!

    • Saffa

      exactly, I also love the game.
      I got from http://www.apk4.org

  • Luis Felipe Bustillo Velasquez

    hey and where is zombie Evil???

    • AndroidBoss

      Zombie games are boring except for Dead Trigger.

  • AndroidBoss

    Emulator games are awesome. I’m playing Pokemon Fire Red at the moment.

    • serabi

      Pokemon White 2 here. DraStic cheats allows me to get Pikachu on my team (yay), along with fire starter across generation, Charmander, Tepig, Cyndaquil (lol).

      Pokemon game is fun if you able to get ALL 600+ pokemon to date in a single game.

    • MasterMuffin

      Play Silver/SoulSilver next. It’s the best there is, I hope after Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire they’ll make another Pokemon game with 16 gyms!

      • AndroidBoss

        I played Emerald and Firered, then installed a GBA Emulator and played Crystal (it was awesome brought back lots of memories). Then I installed Drastic and played Heartgold, Black, and Black 2. It was a very nice experience. Its been like 5 months since I played them lol. Was thinking of reinstalling drastic and playing Platinum but changed my mind. I wish we would get a 3DS emulator (if possible). I’d play X/Y and the new ones!

        • MasterMuffin

          Yes yes yes 3DS emulator! Sadly it’ll take a long time before it gets hacked and the first (laggy) emulator will be for PC

  • Micajah McCuen

    Minecraft is my favorite game! It features local-server multiplayer.

  • Avnish Raghoonundun

    Into the Dead is a great time killer for me. Killing zombies with a variety of weapons and trying to beat my high score is just what I need during my morning transit.

    • JosephHindy

      Popularity (best includes commercial appeal), rating (higher rating = less bugs), game types (they’re not all going to be puzzle games), and plenty of other things went into this. Also keep in mind that it’s going to be expanded repeatedly.

      • Avnish Raghoonundun

        Did you miss the comment you meant to reply to? I never criticized the list, just added a game I enjoy in case someone wants to check it out….9 months ago.

        • JosephHindy

          I did miss the comment. That’s my bad lol.

  • Reezo

    Real Racing 3?

  • Tuấn Ankh

    I love Asphalt 8. Smashing all other cars and flying way up in the air are so much fun. My Lambor Urus also looks gorgeous. xD

  • troll

    Please try Star Warfare: Alien Invasion! It’s epic!

  • A Googler

    just dont upgrade 100 Crypts if you have previously installed it ,it ads some nasty pop ups on ! ,Osmos & Contre Jour are my favs.

  • oyunbozan

    didnt read the rest after i see candy crush

    • JosephHindy

      Just because you don’t like it doesn’t mean it isn’t any good. Over a hundred million people play it and like it so it has to be doing something right.

  • ezio233

    where is amazing alex

  • Azeem

    Mine is GTA 3 10th Anniversary and Emulators.

  • Data

    I’m not a huge gamer but I really like the original Dead Trigger and Tank Hero. Also, Angry Birds is the most overhyped game ever.

    • m

      agreed :)

  • Aceey

    i would say this is a “personal” top 26 games for android. :) we all have different choices of games but maybe they did base this top picks on game ratings(?)

  • Nathan Buffington

    I have at least half and this list is right on the money. I just love the great devs out there big and small making great games!

  • David

    Dead trigger 2 is THE most amazing game I have ever played on Android… Can’t believe it’s free. Angry birds, candy crush saga, clash of clans are overrated. Despicable Me: minion rush and sonic dash are the best running games. Plants vs zombies 2 was nice too. Minecraft PE isn’t bad either.

  • kosovar

    Candy Crush is good but I like something more simple and clean like Tiles Break

  • fran

    Try Bugs vs Birds on play store

  • Aaron Myers

    Asphalt 8: Airborne is the best, followed by mine craft PE and Sonic 4 Episode 2.

  • Rajvir Singh

    I can’t take any games list seriously that contains Candy crush saga and Angry birds..

    • JosephHindy

      You can’t take a best games list seriously when it has two game franchses that have (a combined total of) 1.5 billion downloads between them?

      People love those games which means they’re doing something right. I don’t like them either, but I respect the size of the crowd that they draw.

      • Rajvir Singh

        I know how popular they are mate but we are talking about BEST games not MOST POPULAR. Might as well through Flapoy bird and Swing copters in there if only popularity counts..

        • JosephHindy

          That’s one perspective. There’s a second perspective. If a billion and a half people have played this games, how bad could they possibly be? Flappy Bird didn’t have that many and Swing Copters certainly didn’t have that many.

          But you look at the user ratings. These games get 4.5, 4.4, etc ratings. When you have a billion and a half downloads and your rating is that good, you’ve done something very, very right. It’s easy to make a few people happy but it’s very difficult to make a billion people happy. These games made a billion people happy. They deserve to be here :)

  • Fabian Taveras

    My absolute favorite android game is dead trigger 2 it’s a great game and easily the best zombie shooter

  • Cheryl

    Where is Plague Inc.
    Also Osmos HD is best played on a big screen.

  • Armandazo

    Am I really the only one that enjoyed the Rayman games on Android?

    • JosephHindy

      I didn’t even know there were Rayman games on Android…links?

  • Paul

    Badland and Terraria are both great games.

  • Pablo Elizondo

    Fifa14 = Must have, waiting for fifa15

  • David Guija Alcaraz

    No Real Racing 3? I can’t believe… Best and most complete racing game. What a bad list.

    • apolloa

      Yeah but RR3 is a TOTAL rip off also! I have played a LOT of the game but I don’t have half the cars yet, and it has got to the point where you need to endlessly grind away for days and days and days to get anywhere in the game, the grinding is needed to earn the cash. As for the gold forget it. Unless you’re prepared to spend a fortune in the game, then you’ll never complete it.

      Great racing sim, possibly the best on the Play store? Possibly yes.
      Total tip off purely designed to maximise EA’s and FireMonkey’s profits? Absolutely.

  • Alex Ohannes

    I feel that you should have mentioned that (unlike its predecessor) Dead Trigger 2 requires an internet connection to play.

  • TDN

    You forgot several great games, such as, pretty much anything from Kairosoft, esp, Game Dev Story, both Naught games, Zombie Gunship, Plague Inc, ChuChu Rocket, and the Noodlecake games.

  • Rahul Nebhnani

    try yesterday by bulkypix
    good stuff

  • David Ferguson

    Seriously, no Ingress? Innovative, immersive and addictive!

  • Leong Zhi

    Brave Frontier

  • Follower

    Hitman Go
    One of the best games ever.

  • Stephen Sisco

    Bloons TD 5 is easily my favorite tower defense game. Great graphics, simple, and has TONS of maps to play on. And there’s different difficulty levels, so you’re not shoved into a nearly impossible game (*cough* PvZ 2 *cough*)

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  • Buka Android

    I like CSR Racing :D
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  • William

    No Terraria? the newly added hardmode makes it much more interesting. Also minecraft’s new update is a massive one.

  • Mr.Frank

    I didn’t quite get your criteria but, for a game Death Rally, Road Warrior, Lyne and Samurai Vengeance II are pretty good ones even if they didn’t cross a million/billion votes

    Death Rally – https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.remedy.DeathRallyFREE
    Road Warrior – https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mobjoy.roadwarrior
    Lyne – https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.thomasbowker.lynerelease
    Samurai Vengeance – https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.thomasbowker.lynerelease

  • https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bb.nerdbird&hl=en jagrut khiroya

    i Think So You should add the adventures game Nerd Bird

    Via : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bb.nerdbird&hl=en

  • Ash

    Wild blood, nova 3 near orbit, virtua tennis, gt racing 2, dark knight, thor the dark world, batman arkham city,