Google Android’s ability to cater to all segments of society with a slew of high-end to affordable handset range in the Indian market is commendable. This has seen a rise in the number of Android users. So, if you’ve just picked a new Android device then here’s the list of games you need to load it with. For all novice users, here’s the list of Top 10 Android Games.
Temple Run - Free
This game keeps you on your toes (literally). This addictive games needs you to run and pace your way with the stolen idol from the temple. You will have to jump and slide your way against obstacles and run away from chasing monkeys. On the way collect coins and buy power-ups. This free game is a sheer test of reflexes, and believe us it’s damn addictive.
Run Dude Run
Angry Birds - Free
You may not be oblivious to this game and its popularity on platforms and boost given by merchandising is prominent. Without the need for any anger management, the game has been flying its way to newer versions and themes to keep users glued. From the Angry Birds, Angry Birds Rio, extending to Angry Birds Seasons, they’ve winged into the space in the latest highly addiction version.
Angry Birds Seasons – Free
This version of the game shows birds celebrating various seasons from Halloween to the Chinese New Year. It has over 260 levels and regular free updates.
Angry Birds Space – Free, Rs.50.82
Taking the birds into the space as definitely Sky is no longer the limit for these birds, the game has upped its challenging and creativity level as you try to shoot birds under zero gravity. There are some new attributes and this game is surely no disappointment, just like the rest of the Angry Birds clan.
Some anger management please
Fruit Ninja – Free, Rs.63.60
No one would have imagined slicing fruits could be more addictive and fun-filled. This game is delight on larger screens, and could keep your fingers glued to the screen for hours. Simply get into the shoes of a ninja, and go on a fruit squashing mission with the sword. You can unlock new swords and choose from different gameplay modes like Classic, Zen and Arcade. This fruit slicing game is available as freemium as well as premium.
Cut The Rope - Free, Rs.50.75
This game is about a cute monster Om Nom, and your job is to feed him. Going by the name, you need swipe across the screen to cut the rope so that the candy falls right into the monster’s mouth. Alongside, the player has to collect stars and avoid obstacles. It is available as a freemium as well as premium game. The latest version of the game is called Cut The Rope: Experiments.
Cut The Rope: Experiments – Free, Rs.101.50
Here the base of the game is maintained, while it has been spruced up with newer levels, colourful settings, newer gameplay elements and characters. When we say new characters, we don’t mean the game bids good-bye to Om Nom. It has a new storyline and also new social integration.
Where’s My Water? – Free, Rs.50.82
You can take time off feeding monsters and guiding birds, with the next game in our list wherein a loving alligator named Swampy relies on you for a shower. This physics-based puzzler is challenging where you need to be clever and keep algae, toxic ooze, triggers and traps at bay. With an array of gaming levels, engaging game play and a sensational soundtrack, it offers a fun-filled casual mobile gaming experience. Apart from the free version, you can go ahead and lay your hands on the paid version too.
Time for a shower
Asphalt 6: Adrenaline - Rs.50.82
This adrenaline-pumping racing game clearly states, ‘Race the world. Feel the adrenaline.’ If you are a racing fan then this game is a must-have on your Android device. This arcade game has been designed for racing fans, to go zooming on their mobile handsets like never before, choosing from a vast range of cars and bikes including Ferrari and Lamborghini. Take the game online and race with your friends in the local multiplayer mode. The player will be driving against tough opponents in 11 different leagues and 55 events.
Osmos HD – Free, Rs.153.48
This game takes you to the Darwanian world with two gameplay modes - Odyssey and Arcade. The former brings a 27-level guided tour through the Osmos Blobiverse, while latter mode allows playing any level type at the user’s choice of difficulty (72 levels total). This is also a physics-based game, wherein you absorb smaller organisms to grow and stay away from larger predators as you may get absorbed. With stellar graphics and engaging gameplay, it dishes out awesomeness in all eight distinct level types. The demo version serves out very little, but you find the game engaging enough and the paid version has been made available with a plethora of features.
Struggle to live
Dungeon Village – Rs.253.59
This simulation game from Kairosoft games, rather the best game from the developer so far, is a simulation, even with its not-so-good graphics. The game involves building the tiny fancy town and nurturing it. Interestingly, you aren’t a hero here, but the person in charge of the heroes. Now, that sounds fun and different. We found this RPG simply engaging, despite the fact that it leaves a spacious room for improvement and a steep price.
GTA III – Rs.256.13
‘Bringing to life the dark and seedy underworld of Liberty City,’ the Grand Theft Auto III brings its diverse open world on the Android mobile gaming platform. The ruthless and dark world of crime with stellar voice, darkly comic storyline and a good soundtrack mark the highlights of the game. It offers custom controls, engaging gaming, and a gameplay completely optimized for touch screens. Unfortunately, users would need to spend some moolah over this mobile game.
On a jumping spree
Doodle Jump – Rs.50.82
Jump your way across your mobile screens with this insanely addictive game. Users have to simply jump across using jet-packs, springs and more. As you go on the jumping spree, just avoid the bad boys and also blast off the baddies. After receiving accolades on the iOS platform, the game was released for Android. There is also the Doodle Jump Christmas season, both these versions are paid though.
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Published Date: Apr 16, 2012 04:28 pm | Updated Date: Apr 16, 2012 04:28 pm