Simulation games are popular the world over. They let people take control of a situation and run with it in the way that they want to and a lot of people garner enjoyment out of a platform that lets... them do that. Believe it or not, Android actually has quite a few simulation games available and many of them are pretty good. Here are our choices for the best ones!Farmville 2: Country Escape...
An animated franchise so funny, ingenious and always fresh like The Simpsons needed an equally as fun Android game ten Emmy Awards ago, but instead all we ever got from Homer& co. was trivia games. And some unofficial dumb puzzlers. And let’s not forget wallpapers.
World at Arms is a free to play “ground-breaking” social game and, you guessed it, you’ll be asked to defend the USA in a war against an evil alliance of highly trained forces known as the KRA (way to be politically correct, Gameloft).
International Snooker Pro is, as the name might suggest, a snooker simulation. The game, developed by Tick Tock Games, is a bigger, better version of International Snooker, promising to bring “all cue gaming” to new levels. International Snooker Pro includes a career mode which takes you through 15 tournaments in 14 locations, as well as enhanced visuals and audio.
Gameloft has just released a title that at least partially seems to fit the bill, though it’s not a full-fledged RTS game, but rather one that combines strategy with simulation. Kingdoms & Lords is available for free over on Google Play starting today, and, based on its “storyline” and trailer, it seems like something worth a shot.
As you can tell from its name, Candy Island – The Sweet Shop will certainly bring you sweet treats when you play it on your Android device.
When you launch the game, you’ll... be taken to Candy Island in a peaceful enchanted world that is inhabited by little green creatures, called Beanies, who run a candy farm. They provide sweet treats to the host of animal inhabitants on...