Five Games Every Android Phone Owner Should Play
Even if some of the Android phone owners are not gamers and haven’t bought their devices for that particular reasons, the fact is that Android is one of the best mobile platforms for games. There are some games that even non-gamers would like to play, at least to pass time if not for the fun of it.
These are some of the best mobile games ever launched, so you should definitely try them. Most of them even have trial versions, which means that you don’t have to buy them if it turns out that you don’t like them. So let’s take a look at the five games that every Android phone owner should play.
Angry Birds is one of the most popular games worldwide, simply because it’s so fun to play and it doesn’t require too many skills. This isn’t to say that it’s easy, just easier than other, more complex games out there. The Star Wars II mode for Angry Birds is the first version in this series, and has some very interesting features such as the well known light-saber and Force, as well as character-swapping gameplay feature that makes things more complex. Angry Birds and Star Wars fans should both try this game on their Android phone.
EA’s best selling Need for Speed series has a very fast-paced Android phone version with Need for Speed Most Wanted. You can expect only the best from this game, even if you are not a race simulation fan. From graphics to gameplay, you will get the feeling that things move with the speed of light. Great way to spend your free time.
The Temple Run series already has a lot of fans out there, but the second installment in this series
surely caught everyone’s attention. Not necessarily because it’s gameplay would have been improved – no improvements can be made on a game as simple as this one without turning it into a whole other thing – but because it’s graphics are now much more polished and stunning. So Android phone users should make sure that you at least try the trial version and check this game out.
Android phone users that are looking for games they can play for hours on their device will not like Super Hexagon. It’s one of the most simplistic games ever made, but it’s so difficult to play that most users will hit game over in a matter of seconds. The idea behind it is that you have to dodge lines that come at you at the beat of an old video game music. These lines come so fast that even experienced user die after a couple of minutes at most. But it’s fun to try it anyway.
It’s hard to spot the differences between this Android phone Modern Combat version and any other console shooter out there. From the incredible graphics to the cool gameplay, everything looks as smooth as it should. Gamers will definitely love this game.