5 Top Andrioid Games You Won’t Want To Put Down
Despite the fact that the ‘free-to-play market has lately taken some bit of a beating because some gamers have started falling out of love with the use of in-app payments, the mobile gaming world remain an exciting one.
It does not matter whether you need games that will only last a length similar to a commune’s or maybe want to get lost in a whole hub of GTA, where you will practically spend hours making cash out of murder and mowing down pedestrians; all such games are available here for your android device.
Here is a full list of top five Android games that you will not be tempted to put down.
In the mid-nineties, there was a smash graphic adventure named Myst that was released back then. This game tasked the players with roaming small islands while at the same time interacting with certain objects to find solutions to regular obtuse puzzles. These puzzles would then propel the player to the next Myst’s strange back-story.
From mid-1990 to 2017, time has indeed marched on, but realMyst developed by Cyan, Inc., and SunSoft, particularly for the Android is nonetheless worthy of some attention. The slideshow movement style used in the first Myst has been changed into an adventure of free roaming, and therefore modernizing a game that still has a classic touch to give it much vigorous touch screen navigation.
And while too much backtracking is evident in the game, the puzzling that included in the game much rewarding especially to those who are thoughtful and patient.
This is the best android game for anyone who is interested in exploring every cranny and nook within a set of imaginative small worlds.
This game cost about $6.99, which translates to AU$8.99 and 6.99 pounds. It was published by Ubisoft.
Causality, while in stills, appears like a run of the mill type of puzzler that can be dismissed easily. But this game is a terrifically clever Android game that just plays around with time travel, and maybe your head.
The aim of this amazing game by Loju is to take every spaceman to an exit that perfectly matches their helmet’s color. They run automatically run, and so you use arrow tiles to offer guidance to them, but at the same time deals with the switches, hazards, and switches.
Matters, however, are complicated by the use of portals, which flings the spaceman through time so that they can be able to help themselves.
Casualty allows you to experiment, moving forth and back through time to a point where can easily get a solution to any problem you might have.
This great game only costs $1.99, which is 1.99 pounds and AUS$3.29. It was first released on Steam then later, iOS App Store.
Traps n’ Gemstones
While harking back to some old side-on platform games, this great game begins by dumping an Indiana Jones wannabe into a huge pyramid that is full of spiders, mummies, and traps. He has to figure out how to get away with the bling, reveal all the secrets before he finally escapes.
Traps n’ Gemstones, developed by Donut Games, is keen to let the player explore. You will get an opportunity of working your way deeper in the pyramid so that you can get items to help you open new places.
This Android game will hurl you back to good old gaming halcyon days, and it must be liked by the new crop of gamers.
You have to be more of a hardcore player; you get killed and begin from where you left off.
This game published on 23rd July 2014 would cost you 3.99 pounds, which is about US$4.99 or AUS$4.99.
This is one of the finest arcade adventures that is currently available on mobile. Think of this; you wake up to get a letter from your dad who has left. What follows next is to get questy, start exploring the Uncharted Seas islands, as you chat with people you meet around. In the process, you have to stab wild animals, uncover secrets and doing all you can to ensure that you aren’t killed.
Oceanhorn, developed by Cornfox & Bros comes with a free chapter, where you will test how the game works. This is one of the best Android games that are currently available in the market. It will cost you $5.49/AUS$6.99, and 4.99 pounds.
Atomic Pinball Collection
The tables in the Atomic Pinball Collection really bring a real feeling of a pinball game. It includes Masks of Glory and the Revenge of the Rob-O-Bot.
The game costs US$2.52/AUS$3.12/2.06 Pounds per table. But the good news is that you can freely download the whole game and only pa when you attain a million points on the table.
It comes from the Graphic & Physics gurus at Color Monkey and Nena.