Top 10 Free Games Exclusive to Android
The rising number of Android phone users has encouraged developers and programmers alike, to make games on the Android system. This only means one thing, MORE FREE GAMES! A recent press release indicated that Android now has more free apps than the Apple’s iOS system. But that doesn’t mean that all free things are good. Here, the top free games exclusive to Android is compiled for you. Luckily, there are a lot of gems to find in the pool of free games for your Android phone. Start enjoying your phone by reading the list below:
Developer: LeTang Inc.
This old-school type of shoot-em-up game has the sort of graphics that will take you down memory lane. Programmed with the new generation intuitive touch and drag controls, playing old-school the modern way has never been this fun and it works flawlessly. Best of all, this game is free of any hidden charges unlike many games on the market today. This game is 100% free.
Developer: Lupis Labs Software
A typical tower-defense game that fits right in your pocket. This game presents above-average visuals and allows you to acquire new weaponry through upgrades. Mix up your strategy so you won’t get stuck with inadequate defenses later in the game.
Developer: Psym Mobile
Dig your way through mines to find gems, metals, and ores. Put your finds up for sale to upgrade your tools and dig your way deeper into the mines. This game promises every play-through to be unique as every level is randomly generated, which only means that every game is different!
A game that showcases the accelerometer in your Android device to help you find your way around the labyrinth and light up various symbols in each stage. As you progress, more and more obstacles like the “hole of death” will arise as you try to clear the levels before time runs out.
Developer: Fight Game Interactive
Fallen Realms strips the typical role playing game down to its plain essentials, making both battles and movement into turn-based setups that involves only a single tap to command. Anyone familiar with dungeon crawling games like the early Final Fantasy installments will feel right at home with this game.
Developer: Camel Games
In Little Empire, your friends can aid you build your kingdom but at the same time, backstab you if you leave your wealth unguarded. To avoid pals from backstabbing you, you need to build your kingdom’s fortifications by mining for resources. Combat is fun and fresh – you deploy units, make formations, and cast magic spells to defeat the baddies.
Play as Roy Tate, a lazy trainee at the local research lab, and immerse yourself in an unknown world filled with puzzles, traps, and monsters! Collect all of the spheres in each level to open the portal that will progress you to the next challenge and eventually lead your way home. Rotate the entire world that surrounds you to accomplish your objectives.
Developer: Kairosoft Co., Ltd
In the realm of role playing games, would-be heroes splurge plenty of money in local villages. In Dungeon Village, you’ll craw yourself into that flourishing market, and make a town designed for monster-hunting adventure types. That means that building barracks, opening weapon and armor shops, and even helping out your fellow heroes. You’ll act like the mayor of your town.
Developer: Doptrix Software
Doptrix resembles the classic game Tetris, where you assemble blocks of different shapes on a cramped grid. But there’s a twist – you’ll be able to flip and rotate the board before dropping your blocks. It’s a slower, more analytical Tetris.
An archery shooting game dedicated for the Android game players. Fight for integrity by breaking the law! Use the easy touch controls to aim and shoot your weapon. Press down the tap command to pull your bow back, the longer you hold the tap command, the more power your shot will possess.