celebrity games
With multimedia being the key to success these days, a number of celebrity, TV show, music, and movie personalities have taken to the mobile platform to release games of their own. These celebrity games can vary greatly in style and game play which makes them fun to look at, if nothing else. Virtually none of them have achieved the success of Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, but they’re still worth playing for some people. Here are the best celebrity games for Android right now.

Alien: Blackout

Price: $4.99

Alien: Blackout is an arcade mobile game similar to the Five Nights at Freddy’s series. Players guard a position and keep the aliens from getting to them. There are various strategies and your decisions change the course of the game. The game includes seven levels and it works in the Amanda Ripley story. It runs for $4.99 with no in-app purchases or advertisements.

Disney Crossy Road

Price: Free to play

Why wouldn’t we include a game that features almost every Disney protagonist ever? Disney Crossy Road is a Disney-made off-shoot of Crossy Road. It’s a lot like Frogger. You cross rivers, roads, etc without hitting obstacles. In the Disney variant, you can unlock over 100 Disney characters and most of them have their own unique soundtrack and level theming. It’s kid friendly, simple to play, free to download, and a good way to waste a few minutes. It’s also vastly better than most celebrity games that feature Disney characters.

Harry Potter: Wizards Unite

Price: Free to play

Harry Potter: Wizards Unite is an AR game that takes place in the real world. It features a ton of Harry Potter characters from the books and movies and game mechanics similar to Pokemon Go. Players leave the house, collect Traces of magic around the world, and cast spells at the Foundables. It’s a great way to get out of the house and you no doubt know the cast already.

Injustice 1 and 2

Price: Free to play

Injustice 1 and 2 are entertaining tap fighter games. They feature a variety of superheroes from the DC Comics universe along with cameo appearances from many other popular characters. Hey, superheroes are celebrities these days, right? In any case, the game has a bunch of playable characters, simple controls, and a bunch of stuff to do. It’s not as in-depth as a classic arcade fighter. However, it’s fun enough to kill a few minutes and not feel bad doing it. Both games are freemium and that’s easily the worst thing about them. Just don’t expect too much here. It is a very simple game with some really nice graphics.

Nonstop Chuck Norris

Price: Free to play

Nonstop Chuck Norris is a spin-off of the popular game Nonstop Knight. You play as Chuck Norris. Your goal is to beat up a bunch of bad guys. You’ll have special moves to choose from along with equipment upgrades, stat boosts, and more. The objective is to go as long as possible before you’re defeated. The mechanics are simple. Chuck Norris moves around on his own. That means you just have to focus on fighting. It’s a freemium game like most celebrity games, but it’s a great little time waster.

Office Space: Idle Profits

Price: Free to play

Office Space: Idle Profits is a bit of fan service for fans of the movie. It features a variety of scenes and references from the movie. It’s an idle game. That means it basically plays itself. You can make it go faster by tapping frequently on the screen. Additionally, there are rare items to win, hundreds of upgrades and achievements, and more. It’s a freemium game, although buying stuff doesn’t really matter in this one. The ads are also a little bit annoying. Otherwise, it’s a fun little time waster.

Pocket Mortys

Price: Free to play

Pocket Mortys is a game that features characters from the cult hit show Rick and Morty. It plays like a Pokemon game. You play as Rick. Your job is to collect and battle various Mortys against other Ricks. There are 70 different Mortys to collect and a full story to play through that is rife with Rick and Morty’s unique, dark humor. It’s not a terribly long game. However, updates have helped add to the game’s longevity. It’s fun and it’s definitely different from most celebrity games.

The Simpsons: Tapped Out

Price: Free to play

The Simpsons: Tapped Out is one of the first really big and popular celebrity games. The premise is that Homer finally blows up Springfield. Your job is to rebuild it from scratch. It features tons of references to the show and you can even interact in ways consistent with the series (making Apu work long shifts, for instance). There is a metric ton of content to devour and it’s still getting new stuff in 2019. It’s large enough to keep one busy for months at least.

Tony Hawk’s Skate Jam

Price: Free to play

Tony Hawk’s Skate Jam is a skateboard game with the most popular skateboarder of all time. It plays very similar to the Skateboard Party series and it’s even by the same developers. Thus, those who played one will no doubt know how the other handles. The game includes various tournaments and a career mode for players. Additionally, there are some character customization elements, a bunch of tricks to master, and more. The free to play strategy is a little aggressive with this one, but the mechanics are solid at least.

The Walking Dead No Man’s Land

Price: Free to play

There are a bunch of The Walking Dead games and you can pretty much slot any of them into this list. After all, people love that show. In any case, we went with No Man’s Land because it still gets consistent updates and most players seem to enjoy it. It’s a free to play mobile gacha game with RPG elements. Players collect their favorite characters from the show and rank them up. There are also PvP game modes along with a story line quest. It’s decent, but you have other options as well.

If we missed any of the best celebrity games for Android, tell us about them in the comments!

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