list of Top 25 Free Android Games So Far is Jetpack Joyride Halfbrick’s follow up to the successful Fruit Ninja brings forth the beauty of mayhem and destruction into an intuitive run-and-gunadventure. Control Barry Steakfries as he escapes his way out of a scientific laboratory for stealing a Jetpack. Get on a wild ride of your lifetime with its insane variety of jetpacks, vehicles, mechs and weapons to discover. Show your ludicrous dodging skills with the highest score you can ever collect. It’s a test of reflexes and only you can make that possible. It has a PlayScore of 24: Clash Royale Enter the arena in Supercell’s latest IP. This time, let go of your base-building efforts and dive into the card-collecting game that screams of glory and honor.
Not to be mistaken as Clash of Clans, this is a completely different game in terms of mechanics. Players collect battle cards along the way and fight players via real-time combat. Clash Royale is filled with possibilities and the devs are continually improving its core gameplay. It’s deep, strategic and brings out the tactician in you. It has a PlayScore of 23: Super Awesome Quest Fight hordes of the undead, slay the most nefarious of beasts, and set on a grand adventure with your three heroes in this RPG adventure with a unique token-flipping battle system.
The game features two playable characters to choose from: Be a Paladin or a Valkyrie. Customize your character, craft the damndest of weapons and loot as much treasure as you can because this quest is not just awesome, it’s super awesome. It has a PlayScore of 22: Arcane Legends: MMO Action RPG It’s not everyday that you see an MMORPG on mobile platforms. This game proves that no matter how small you are, you can still bring out the big weapons. Arcade Legends takes you to a whole new online world. Play with other people, fight monsters in its hack and slash combat, pet pets and be the most powerful warrior you can be. It has three classes to choose from and a wide range of activities to experience.
However limited the game may be, it’s still a fantastic MMORPG experience on mobile. It has a PlayScore of 21: Asphalt 8: Airborne When it comes to mobile racing, you can never forget Asphalt 8. It’s the frontrunner of racing games on both iOS and Android. It’s known for realistic graphics, multiplayer and over 150 licensed cars! Could you imagine that for a mobile game? Wait… wait.. There’s more. It’s also packed with more than 400 racing events, 1000-plus car mastery challenges and a thousand more decal options! So rev up those engines and experience mobile racing at its finest. It has a PlayScore of 20: Bushido Bear I swear, the title is as adorable as the game itself.
Control a cute little bear with the skills of a hundred ninja. Wield two of your powerful katanas and defend your hometown against pesky demon invaders. The game has multiple characters to unlock with different abilities. So, slice and dice these waves of endless demons and show your might as a true ninja warrior. It has a PlayScore of 19: Dead Trigger 2 Satisfy the urge to shoot zombies in the face in this sequel to the successful Dead Trigger game. This time, the world is totally infected. Travel to multiple environments while carrying out the deadliest weapons to slay the undead. Customize your stuff in your hideout, feel the graphics and be a Professional Zombie Killer. The game gets better in every patch and it has a storyline that continues to evolve. If your itchy trigger finger needs some scratching, pick this game right now. It has a PlayScore of 18: Badland Similar to PlayDead’s LIMBO, Badland takes the form of platforming adventure to an imaginative scale. This award-winning game lets you take control of a cute forest dweller a gloomy world filled with creative puzzles, powered with physics-based gameplay.
Engage in its over 100 single player levels. If that’s not enough for you, the game has co-op, multiplayer, a level editor, and more! It has a PlayScore of 17: Lost In Harmony Now this is a very different kind of runner game, or a rhythm game? Well, it’s a bit of both, actually. Tap and play in this sweet game with so much vibrant weight in its music, visuals and charm. Enjoy the game’s music with songs from famous artists including Wycleaf Jean, Godspeed Vivix and Onoken. Players can also create their own levels and share it with friends for good fun. It has a PlayScore of 16: Hearthstone Pull up a chair because Blizzard’s take on card-games puts you into the fireplace with a beer in hand and lots and lots of exposure from its Warcraft Universe. Choose from a wide variety of classes and over a thousand cards. Create your own deck, prepare the best strategies and fight against other players in real time. Blizzard continuously supports the game with more cards, expansions and balance updates. It has a PlayScore of 15: My Singing Monsters This is the perfect game for those who want to create their own music with a bit of weirdness in it.
It’s a rhythm game with a vast social feature for creative people… and for those who just want to make catchy tunes. Collect and nurture over 100 adorable monsters with unique tones and try to make your own original music to share with your friends. Or just simply do a cover with your monsters in it. Give it a try! It has a PlayScore of 14: Mekorama Developers who create a game and hand it out to everyone for free are a godsend. Mekorama is a simple puzzle solver that lets you control a lone robot on his quest to find home. I told you, simple. It is filled with over 50 dioramas, each with their own distinct atmosphere and puzzle mechanic. Not to mention the game also features collectible cards with more levels. And if you want to create your own world, you can build one.
All this for a free game? Nice. It has a PlayScore of 13: Plants vs. Zombies 2: It’s About Time! Popcap returns with its popular tower-defense game. This time with a brand new element: Time! The war continues with Crazy Dave and Dr. Zomboss as they travel to different time periods to prove their strength. The introduction of Power Plants and Seed Packets was the game changer in this sequel. Not to mention the addition of more plants and zombies. Buckle up and get ready to soak in hours and hours of zombie killing fun… all for that delicious piece of taco. It has a PlayScore of 12: Alphabear Spry Fox loves bears, huh? The developers from our previously-mentioned game Bushido Bear has another release.
It doesn’t let you kill enemy demons with your ninja sword. Instead, it enhances your vocabulary skills. Spell the most powerful words you can find and help these cute little bears grow and grow and grow until you reach that high score. Power up these creatures and aim for a higher rank on the leaderboards. It has a PlayScore of 11: Burrito Bison: Launcha Libre Originally a flash game from Kongregate, this has been ported to mobile because… well, it’s awesome! Your favorite luchador is back with all new friends such as El Pollo and Pineapple Spank. Together, these brave warriors jump, slide, hop, smack and soar through the skies to get rid of alien gummies. Fasten your wrestling belt because once you let it go, prepare to launch.
Be sure you upgrade and strengthen your smacking abilities as these gummies don’t go easy on ya. It has a PlayScore of 10: Smile INC. If you’re a fan of Roman Atwood’s vlogs then you’re in for a treat. Get a dose of the Smile Family in this fun runner game set inside a vicious company. It’s either you get hired, or you get fired. Survive obstacles, traps and the terrors of capitalism with over 50 missions and tons of playable characters to choose from. Mystery Boxes will reward players with loot and HATS, and use special abilities to survive this blue collar hell. It has a PlayScore of 9: Alto’s Adventure This game is your sweet escape. From the rush of urban life to the chilling breeze of the Alpine Mountains. Take a slide into this beautiful snowboarding game breathing with minimalist atmosphere, good music and a responsive physics-based gameplay. There are over 180 goals to reach in its procedurally-generated levels. The game is simple, but it’s difficult to master. Players can play against friends. Challenge them to see who’s the raddest of them all. It has a PlayScore of 8: LONEWOLF (17+) This is, by far, the most immersive sniper game to hit the mobile.
It’s fluid, it’s clean, and it makes you feel like an actual hitman. I mean, not really. But it has its moments when you feel the pressure of finishing a contract. Over 5 hours of main story and 30-plus missions, all with hand drawn cutscenes. What’s not to love about this game? Not to mention its wide variety of weapons to take down your targets for goooood. It has a PlayScore of 7: Dan The Man Halfbrick Studios reignites the fires of old-school brawler in this fun-tastic game.
As the game’s tagline implies, “Rid the world of evil, one punch at a time.” The village lies in peril and an evil organization is destroying it. Follow Dan and his girlfriend, Josie, in 12 action-packed stages, filled with more punching, kicking, slapping and jumping. For added challenge, test your mettle with Survival and Battle Mode for endless waves of punishingly-good fun. It has a PlayScore of 6: Cytus There’s something very cool about this rhythm game, it’s a creative blend of hand drawn visuals and more than 200 songs choices. It’s the finest rhythm game to ever hit the mobile market with genres that include Pop, Jazz, Trance and Hardcore. The strong beats and pulsating rhythm is powered by its seamless active-scan line system If you want it more challenging, there are 9 difficulty levels to toggle. It has a PlayScore of 5: Blades Of Brim From the creators of Subway Surfers comes another runner that breathes of epicness.
Wall run, jump, slash and roll in an endless runner adventure with your very own character. In a world invaded by Goons, it’s up to you to rip them into shreds with your massive blades cool abilities, powerful pets and lightning-fast reflexes. Gain the highest score and utilize its combo system for a slick and fast experience. It has a PlayScore of 4: Clash Of Clans Strengthen your village; find a clan and battle with players from all around the world; take their trophies in Supercell’s award winning multiplayer game. Critics consider this as a big leap towards the future of Mobile Gaming. Pillage Goblin villages, and use army of giants, wizards, skeletons and more in a quest of domination. But be careful, villages need protecting too! So maximize loot, gold, elixirs and gems to create the most impenetrable defense they’ve ever seen. It has a PlayScore 3: Blendoku 2 A game that’s a mix of Sudoku and Colors. Mainly, it’s a game all about colors. Test your color-crafting skills in this clever colorful game. Boy, that’s a lot of colors.
It comes with over 500 levels to finish! In this sequel, multiplayer is introduced making your journey into the game less solitary. New features include a Painting Mode, a Zoom feature and much, much more. For the colorblind, don’t worry! This game has designed its own unique option just for you! It has a PlayScore of 2: Kingdom Rush Originally a browser game, everyone’s favorite tower defense game rushes to Mobile in such glorious form.
This award winning game has spanned multiple sequels and prequels but none could ever topple this entry’s defense. Ironhide Game Studios has created a TD game that gets increasingly difficult along the way but it still packs a worthy challenge. Face hordes of unique monsters and react as fast as you can to build the most unstoppable defense ever. Upgrade your towers, plan accordingly and never, ever, ever, leave one monster behind. If everything goes south, you can always summon Heroes and unlock more insane abilities at your disposal. Meteors coming from the sky? You got it. It has a PlayScore of 1: And the best of the 25 Free Android Games so far is Cut The Rope: Magic Take Om Nom into a magical adventure in ZeptoLab’s adorable entry to the Cut The Rope series. This time, the quest to feed this creature its favorite type of candy grows difficult.
And the game’s exciting new features add more variety. Transform Om Nom into six different creatures to solve its over 160 plus puzzles and complicated boss fights. The game has over 960 million downloads and it’s considered as the most successful Cut The Rope Game to date. It has a PlayScore of .