9 Cool Android Games To Install On The Best Smart Watches

Author Dragan Berak 13.8.2016. | 14:12

The best smart watches are capable enough to run a number of nifty games. A nifty smart watch is the perfect tool to pound away a couple of minutes of spare time – and can be a surprisingly creative tool for some unique games out there.

So without further ado, here are 9 of the best games you should install on your cool smart watch – each offering something fun and interesting for you to do:

2048 – one of the first games you should install on the best smart watch you own. Merging tiles with the same numbers together to double their value, eventually building up to 2048, is the perfect time-waster when you have nothing to do and just want to zone out.

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Math It! – want to sharpen your math skills a bit while killing time? Math It! does this by presenting an answer to a mathematical question. Tap green if you think the answer right, tap red if you think it’s wrong – simple but brain-tickling fun.

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Ball Escape– Android Wear – this version is optimized for the screens of the best smart watches in the market, and tasks you with containing a ball within the confines of your watch. Tap the edges to block off the increasingly agitated ball, and you’ll have a blast trying to keep the excitable little bugger contained within.

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Guns ‘n’ Glory Heroes – this nifty tower defense game is a solid title with RPG elements tossed in for good measure. It boils down the genre so that you protect your hero using a one-tap format instead of a multi-tap format – making it work wonderfully well with the best smart watches in the market.

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Papercraft – this game is a cool action title to go with your useful smart watch. The paper aesthetic coupled with a sci-fi theme set in space, and you have a triangle spaceship blasting away at paper-crafted baddies while dodging all the attacks. A perfect time-sink when you have a few minutes to spare.

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Lifeline 2 – feeling up for a text-based adventure on your top smart watch? Lifeline 2 and its sequel, Lifeline: Silent Night, have versions optimized for smart watches – giving off a ‘choose-your-own-adventure’ vibe with the convenience of a smart watch’s miniscule screen.

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Tilt – this is one nifty game that makes you use both your mobile phone and your smart watch in tandem with one another. You point your phone’s camera at your watch, creating a platform on your watch where you balance your phone to make sure the ball stays on the platform. A pretty creative use for the best smart watches in the market!

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Tennis Racketeering – this is another game that pairs your mobile phone with your smart watch. You hold your phone with one hand and wear your watch on the other to serve as the invisible racket. The two devices will communicate with one another to determine how you hit the ball, how hard you the ball and at what direction the ball will fly in. Pretty interesting if you have a little elbow room to spare!

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Ingress – want to explore your home town or a new city while playing a trippy location-based game? Install Ingress on your quality smart watch, and you’ll be tasked with hacking and maintaining “portals” in nearby real-world locations. A cool free-to-play location-based title for the best smart watches and the best smartphones in the market!

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Author Dragan Berak 13.8.2016. | 14:12
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