With so many great games for Android phones to choose from on the Google Play Store, how do you decide which Android apps to download? If you’re like us, you know that downloads can be regrettable, but don’t worry – it’s a thing of the past with our pick list of the best Android games available.
Most are free, some cost a few bucks, great to play online with friends when you can not meet in person – but all of these will keep you entertained at home or when you come out. Most of these games require internet connectivity, but we have also collected some of the best Android games to play offline.
The Play Store has a wide variety of games, so we aim to pick a mix of good categories, including first-person shooters, role-playing games (RPGs), platform players, racing games, puzzlers, strategy games, and more.
At least one game on this list should be suitable for everyone. If you’ve been looking for the best iPhone games, we’ve got them too – but if you’ve been gaming on an Android tablet or Android phone, you’ll find something to enjoy here.
- Garena Free Fire — World Series – GOOGLE PLAY
- Call of Duty: Mobile – GOOGLE PLAY
- Among Us – GOOGLE PLAY
- Sky: Children of the Light – GOOGLE PLAY
- Grid Autosport ($10) – GOOGLE PLAY
- Gorogoa ($5) – GOOGLE PLAY
- The Wanderer – GOOGLE PLAY
- Inked ($4) – GOOGLE PLAY
- Letterpress – GOOGLE PLAY
- Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition – GOOGLE PLAY
- Crash Bandicoot: On the Run – GOOGLE PLAY
- Donut County ($5) – GOOGLE PLAY
- Five Nights at Freddy’s ($3) – GOOGLE PLAY
- CarX Drift Racing 2 – GOOGLE PLAY
- Gwent: The Witcher Card Game – GOOGLE PLAY
- The Room: Old Sins ($5) – GOOGLE PLAY
- Brawl Stars – GOOGLE PLAY
- Genshin Impact – GOOGLE PLAY
- Brawlhalla- GOOGLE PLAY
- Castlevania: Symphony of the Night ($3) – GOOGLE PLAY
- Battle Chasers: Nightwar ($10) – GOOGLE PLAY
- One-Punch Man: Road to Hero 2.0 – GOOGLE PLAY
- Tiny Room Stories: Town Mystery – GOOGLE PLAY
- SimpleMMO – GOOGLE PLAY
You might not be blown away by the words “farming RPG” but bear with us — this little game is surprisingly charming and immersive. From its cutesy pixel art to its vast range of activities and mini-games, Stardew Valley is a game you can really get lost in for a while.
Meet new interesting characters, raise animals and crops, tame your overgrown fields, and tackle terrifying monsters that threaten your town. Pick this up and you’ll soon be recommending it to all your friends.