5 Games That Are Awesome To Play On A Large Screen Android Tablet

Author Administrator 4.11.2014. | 19:51

What are you looking for when choosing the right game? Surely, there are a number of games that are interchangeable between your phone and tablet. And yet, playing a game on your tablet implies a bigger commitment. You expect high resolution, fine detail, impressive graphics, higher complexity of plot and an overall big screen awesomeness.

Below are 5 Android tablet games that seem to hit the spot.

Anomaly Two

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Anomaly two is an exciting story told through spectacular graphics and expert strategy thrills. Blinding explosions, deserted wastelands and flashes of bright light are your loyal companions in this tower-offence game with multi-player options. So get your tablet ready and play away!

The Sims Free Play

Sims Free Play

The Sims game series do not need introduction. Just as before, the game is focused on house-building, job hunting and relationships. Why the big screen? Because in Sims’ case, the devil is truly in the details, which are humorous, fun and are major entertaining components. This Android game, although free of explosive graphics, is a great choice for a tablet screen. 

Dead Trigger 2

Dead Trigger 2

 

Fan of the Walking Dead? Then you can imagine the morbid pleasures of shooting down the undead on the big screen. Dead Trigger 2 is a first person zombie shooter with great graphics, allowing you to fully experience all the bloody slaughter.

 Doodle Jump

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Doodle Jump is a simple game, where you have to jump from platform to platform and do your best to avoid falling. The uncomplex plot does not make it any less enjoyable or addictive. The game works great on a big screen, as it requires a high level of precision. A big set of various themes is also fun to explore on a bigger scale.

Kami

 

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After all the shooting, jumping and creating mayhem, you may want to relax in style. Kami does just that. It’s an origami puzzle game, where you have to fold coloured paper into shapes to the calming sounds of Japanese music. It’s quite daunting too, as you’ll have to do it in the fewest number of moves possible. But overall, Kami encourages a peaceful mind and does so with colourful graphics and soothing soundtracks.

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Author Administrator 4.11.2014. | 19:51
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