Are you looking for the best mobile games on Android devices to install on your mobile phone? You came to the right place. In this article, we will discuss the best mobile games ever released for the Android operating system. Without further ado, let’s start:

  1. Call of Duty: Mobile

Call of Duty: Mobile is a free to play mobile game that has taken the world by storm. Riding the popularity of battle royale games, the features a 100 player battle royale, as well as normal PvP between two teams like CS:GO. You will find an amazing quantity of things to accomplish and collect in this game. While game is free to download and play, it features the ability to pay for cosmetics. The game is still riddled with a number of bugs, however that is normal since the game was just released.

  1. Minecraft

Minecraft, the famous computer game has come into Android devices, and it is still a great game. It is a game that is popular worldwide, and it is suitable for any age. In case you have not played this game before, let us describe it for you. Minecraft leaves you within a massive, procedurally generated world in which you will mine materials, create anything you like, take down enemies, and do anything you want to do. You will find a survival game mode in which you will have to mine resources as well as food items so that you can survive. The game also features a creative game mode that provides you with unlimited resources. Regular updates have included a lot of fresh content as well as mechanics. The video game is definitely equal with its Windows, Xbox and PS4 brethren in terms of features. You can even play multiplayer with other people playing on other devices, and even supports cross play with PC players. The game has a price tag of $6.99, and it also features micro transactions for skins and other customization options.

  1. 4 in a row: Connect 4 Multiplayer

4 in a row: Connect 4 Multiplayer brings the classic board game into the mobile space. Relieve this classic connect four game that you enjoyed back in your childhood, now packed with new features. The game have player vs player online capability, and in case you don’t have any online friends at the moment to play, you can also play with the AI. Lastly, there is a local multiplayer feature, in which two players will take turns playing in a single device. 

  1. The Room: Old Sins

If you enjoy silent hill esque puzzles, with the creepiness maintained, then this game is a $5 well spent. It is the 4th game in “The Room” series and tells the story of a couple disappearing from the Waldegrave Manor. There is an in depth doll house within the attic that acts as a difficult and interesting puzzle box. 

The game is really difficult even if you already played the 3 other games in the series since there are new mechanics present, and sometimes it is hard to solve puzzles if the atmosphere gets too scary.

The Room: Old Sins is a great game with scary music and features a story with a twisting plot that will leave you scared but wanting for more.

  1. Madden NFL Mobile Football 

If you want an official NFL game on your mobile phone, Madden NFL Mobile Football is your best bet. Create your own team and manage them to victory, using real world players licensed from NFL. The game controls are really uncomplicated, so you can pick it up and you will be playing like an expert. With regards to graphics, this game is probably as real as it can get on a mobile device. It comes with actual rosters from NFL, and even includes retired players. When it comes to features, this game has plenty but is still missing some features from the console version. An internet connection is required to play the game, and there are micro transactions that will allow you to skip the grindy nature of the game.

  1. Shadowgun Legends

If you want to play a shooter video game that also incorporates some RPG elements, this game is a great pick up. It features a central hub system, complete with stores to buy supplies, characters who provides quests, and other things. Missions can be done to gain more equipment, level up and rank up on the leaderboards.

The battle system is great, there are a respectable number of personalization being offered, and it’s also possible to accept cooperative mode quests to play with other gamers or test out your skill in live PvP game modes. 

  1. Real Racing 3

This game is quite old, but its graphics still hold up even today. The cars in Real Racing 3 are authentic recreations of real-world cars, and it also features authentically recreated racing tracks from all over the world. This game includes cars from luxury car manufacturers such as Mercedes-Benz, Ferrari, Ford, Lamborghini, Aston Martin and more. You will be able to race on tracks such as Hockenheimring, Silverstone, as well as Le Mans. With a great number of activities to get into, PvP multiplayer, and plenty of personalization choices, Real Racing 3 is a great racing game to play. The genuine visuals are amazing, however, the game features advertisements and is inclined so that the player will be tempted to spend more to progress and buy better cars.

  1. Stardew Valley

If you enjoy the core gameplay of farming simulator games such as Harvest Moon, this game is a steal at just $8. It has similar features to the said franchise, being able to grow crops, care for animals and get married. There are also mining elements, fishing activities, and monster combat. There are also more features being added with every update, and there is no payment required to get the new additions, so the initial $8 is a one-time payment and there are no micro transactions.

Janice
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