While it is true that iOS had a better game selection for a long time, Android game developers have been busy and are catching up. Google Play has been populated with thousands of titles in all genres and there are plenty to choose from for every player.
The trouble is choosing the right one and not being forced to siphon through dozens of titles until you find what you are looking for. This is where Internet reviews come in play, and we have decided to compile a list of best android games currently on the market. Read on to check out our selection and hopefully, you will find something for yourself.
Oceanhorn is similar to the Legends of Zelda, so if you are a fan of it, you will probably like Oceanhorn as well. The graphics are excellent, and it has a great narrative to lead you through the story. Even the soundtrack is enjoyable. Al in all, a well-rounded game worth checking out.
Monster Hunter Stories
Monster Hunter World has been a huge success on consoles, and the developers have decided to create a mobile version as well, in order to capitalize on that success. The basic premise is the same in both releases, as you travel around the world and hunt monsters. The game is a bit expensive, with a $20 price tag, but there are no in-game purchases, which does justify the price.
Real Racing 3
One of the best racing games on mobile platforms Real Racing is in its third iteration. The car models are excellent, and the tracks closely resemble their real-world counterparts. This title supports a cross-platform multiplayer, meaning there is always someone online you can race against.
Drop form the plane, land on an island, grab some weapons and equipment and duke it out with other 99 players trying to be the last survivor in PUBG Mobile. The game is similar to the original version and offers the same kind of excitement. If FPS is your thing, then this one is for you.
Near Orbit Vanguard Alliance may have granted you your retirement, but the fate has a different take on the matter. You are called once more into the action onboard Colonial Pride Frigate to prevent aliens from annihilating humankind. Sounds familiar? Well, if you have ever played Halo, then yes, it is quite similar, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing, as far as gaming goes.
Into the Dead 2
The sequel of the original Into the Dead follows the same pattern, kill as many zombies as you can before they get you. Not much for advance strategy and tactics, the game is based on some old-fashion shooting with more and more powerful weapons as you advance through the maps.
Life is Strange: Before the Storm
Another sequel, Life is Strange: Before the Storm picks off where the original game left. You play a different character, but the story is perfectly set up by the first release.
You can’t have a list of best Android games without mentioning Pokémon Go, which took the world by the storm when it came out. The players were so engrossed into gameplay that they wandered into traffic or into rivers and lakes, in an effort to catch them all. Some countries even contemplated banning it, in fear for public safety.
The fans of the Fallout series finally have something to play on their phones. The game goes back to the roots, as you try to build a shelter for your people that will protect them from the raiders and radroaches.
Plants vs Zombies 2
The legendary game got a sequel, and it is as fun as the original title. Plan your garden carefully in order to stop the zombie invasion from destroying it. There are new types of plants for your defense, but also several new zombies, with unique skills.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2018
Finally, something for sports fans. Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 is a well-known title among the football fans, and its mobile version is also very popular. Not only it is a lot of fun to play, but it is also free.