Top Ten Android Games

1. Pokemon go


Pokémon Go is a free-to-play location-based augmented reality mobile game developed by Niantic and published by The Pokémon Company as part of the Pokémon franchise. It was released worldwide in July 2016 for iOS and Android devices.

The game allows players to capture, battle, and train virtual creatures, called Pokémon, who appear throughout the real world. It makes use of GPS and the camera of compatible devices. Although the game is free-to-play, it supports in-app purchases of additional gameplay items. An optional companion Bluetooth wearable device, the Pokémon Go Plus, is planned for future release and will alert users when Pokémon are nearby.

The game quickly became one of the most used smart device apps after launching, surpassing the previous record held by Candy Crush Saga in the United States. Pokemon Go was a boon to the stock value of Nintendo, which owns a part of The Pokémon Company. It was praised by some medical professionals for potentially improving the mental and physical health of players, but attracted some controversy due to reports of causing accidents and being a public nuisance at some locations.

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2. Candy Crush Saga

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Candy Crush Saga is a match-three puzzle video game released by King on April 12, 2012, for Facebook, other versions for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and Windows 10 followed. It is a variation on their browser game Candy Crush.

Candy Crush Saga is completely free to play but some in-game items such as extra moves or lives will require payment.

Join Tiffi and Mr. Toffee on their sweet adventure through the Candy Kingdom. Travel through magical lands, visiting wondrous places and meeting deliciously kookie characters! Switch and match your way through hundreds of levels in this delicious puzzle adventure. The sweetest game just keeps getting sweeter!

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3. Assassin’s Creed Identity

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Assassin’s Creed Identity is an action-adventure video game developed by Ubisoft Blue Byte and published by Ubisoft. It is the second mobile-exclusive game in the Assassin’s Creed series to be released after Assassin’s Creed Pirates, and the first on mobile to incorporate the third-person urban traversal-style gameplay as seen in the main console titles. It was initially soft-launched in 2014 as a free-to-play game for New Zealand and Australian App Stores. The game was released worldwide for $4 99 on iOS on 25 February 2016. The Android version released on 18th May, 2016 along with a new DLC worth $4.99 which will be available for both platforms.

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4. Clash of Clans


Clash of Clans is a freemium mobile MMO strategy video game developed and published by Supercell. The game was released for iOS platforms on 2 August, 2012, and on Google Play for Android on 7 October, 2013.

PLEASE NOTE! Clash of Clans is free to download and play, however some game items can also be purchased for real money. If you do not want to use this feature, please set up password protection for purchases in the settings of your Google Play Store app.

From rage-­filled Barbarians with glorious mustaches to pyromaniac wizards, raise your own army and lead your clan to victory! Build your village to fend off raiders, battle against millions of players worldwide, and forge a powerful clan with others to destroy enemy clans.

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5. Asphalt 8: Airborne


Asphalt 8: Airborne is a 2013 racing video game, developed and published by Gameloft as part of the Asphalt series. It was released on August 22, 2013 for iOS and Android, November 13 for Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8, and January 15, 2014 for BlackBerry 10.

Gameplay is similar to that of Asphalt 7: Heat, with the player given four control options; “Tilt to steer” (auto-acceleration with movement controlled by tilting the device), “Tilt and icons” (manual acceleration via an on-screen icon, with movement controlled by tilting the device), “On-screen controls” (auto-acceleration with movement controlled by an on-screen virtual steering-wheel), “Tap to steer” (auto-acceleration, with movement controlled by touching the side of the screen), and a traditional WASD keyboard scheme for Windows 8/Windows 10 devices.

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6. Sudoku


You can find hundreds of Sudoku puzzles from Google Play store. Then what is so special in this particular game? Obviously, the unconventional method they used in the classic puzzle to make it interactive.

Here you can play Sudoku game with coins, utilities, objectives, in-app purchases etc in a simple and user friendly canvas. This make the player to spent more time for this brain game without boring. With the support of official Google leaderboard, you can challenge your friends in circle.

This Sudoku game has 12 levels from very easy to the hardest. You cannot go to the hardest puzzles simply after installation. You can go to the higher levels only by collecting enough coins, to unlock the levels.

Unlike the other Sudoku puzzles available in the Play store, this game doesn’t use a limited set of puzzles. The well designed Sudoku game engine, dynamically generates the puzzles of different levels so that you can get unlimited number of games to solve.

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7. Doodle Army 2 : Mini Militia


Doodle Army 2 : Mini Militia Experience intense multiplayer combat with up to 6 players online or 12 using local wi-fi. Train with the Sarge and sharpen your skills in offline Training and Survival modes. You too can enjoy the thrills of spewing hot lead and making swiss cheese of your opponents! Hear the whiz of bullets flying past your face as you tumble for cover.

Features explosive online and local multiplayer warfare! Intuitive dual stick shooting controls. Open world maps utilizing rocket boots for extended vertical flight. Zoom control, melee attacks and dual wield ability with modern and futuristic heavy duty weapons and grenades. Play team based battles in this fun cartoon themed cross between Soldat and Halo.

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8. Subway Surfers


Subway Surfers is a Temple Run-style game where you have to escape from a railway inspector angry with you for spraying graffiti over the station.

The objective of Subway Surfers is very simple. You automatically dart up the screen along the train tracks, and must avoid all the obstacles in your path, such as trains, buffers and carts.

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9. Lost Journey

lostjourneyLost Journey” is a puzzle game of space exploration.

An angel of heaven comes to Jennifer in the form of a butterfly. This plane of existence mirrors the serene world she left behind, but there are secrets – memories – hidden here. As Jennifer collects the shards of her memories, she confronts many trials, but the happy memories and her strength of spirit solidify her resolve, spurring her onward. With her guide at her side, Jennifer sifts through time and space, reverses gravity, and does the otherwise impossible to find her happiness and her way back to heaven. Jennifer will uncover the truth; she will reach the end of her Lost Journey.

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10. Turbo Racer – Bike Racing


Turbo Racer is a 3D motor Speed City Bike Off Road racing game. It has quite realistic graphics and sound effects such as the roar of the vehicles speed away, the sound of motorbike’s engine, and the squeal of tires. Smash your way to collect boosts to clear a destructive path through traffic!. Drive your bike in the endless highway city roads overtaking the traffic, adding boosters to complete the mission. Dominate the highways in Turbo Racer 3D riding the best motorbikes.

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2 thoughts on “Top Ten Android Games

  • June 1, 2016 at 12:16 pm

    good post

  • June 15, 2016 at 12:00 pm

    Great Post

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