Here is a compiled list of the best Android games to help you navigate the Google Play Store’s oodles of titles. Both kind of games are available on the board, free as well as free with in-app purchases. That means games with in-app purchases can still be enjoyed without spending anything, and there is even the occasional game out there that is totally free – no strings attached.
Let’s checkout the best free Android games to play on your device so far in 2015.
1. The Simpsons Tapped Out
The Simpsons:Tapped Out is a freemium mobile game for iOS and Android, based on the American animated series The Simpsons developed by Electronic Arts. It gives the opportunity to create one’s personal Springfield, along with trademark Simpsons humor, makes it hard to resist. It’s less “doh”, and more “woo hoo.”
2. Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft
Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft is an online collectible card game developed by Blizzard Entertainment. The Layers of thoughtful strategy, timing, and mind games create a game that’s both accessible and has plenty of depth.
Threes! is a terrific Android puzzler. It’s compelling, with a central mechanic that’s effortless to pick up. The game contains sufficient hidden depth, though, to keep you opening it up again and again, to try and eke out a slightly higher score is all that makes it even more addictive. It also has more variants like-2048!
4. Asphalt 8:Airborne
Asphalt 8 is nothing less than the greatest racing game ever made, it was released by Gameloft. You can play Asphalt in various modes including World Series, a local Wi-Fi, a quick race, or the Career mode. This is the most fun you can have with an arcade racer on Android. But make sure you’ve got relatively decent hardware and a spare 1.5 GB of space.
5. Clash of Clans
Clash of Clans is a freemium mobile MMO strategy video game developed and published by Supercell. It has well-defined rules and supply of resources early in the game that let’s players get comfortable before it gets harder. It has a constant drip feed of new strategies that come in as you level up. So Enjoy it for free!
6. Assassin’s Creed Pirates
The main gameplay loop in Pirates involves exploring an area, winning ship battles and races to earn various forms of loot, and then spending it to upgrade your character, crew, and ship. As a snack of swashing, sterling sea shanty ship-on-ship violence, it’s worth a look.
7. Plants vs Zombies
Plants vs. Zombies series is developed by PopCap Games and published by Electronic Arts. One of the few must-have Android games, Plants vs. Zombies is probably the best “defence” game for the platform. In short its very fun, hilarious and addictive strategy peashooter game!
It’s a love-frustation kinda game at the same time but it’s equally addictive. It needs real concentration and trains your brain in a way. Each level gets harder and its like opening up a new chapter. You just want to beat the game!
Naught is a side-scroller gravity-based game, which lets you alter gravity, so that you can move through it black and white colored landscapes. If you love a good challenge, and are looking for a different concept, then you must download Naught onto your Android device. So have fun and Happy Gaming Gamers.
Visually, Vector is a treat. Character models are actually rendered in 3D, giving the game tremendously smooth animation. This free-running platformer relies on expert timing to slide under-obstacles, leap into the air, and wall jump, all the while being chased by a hunter displaying same athletic qualities. So,it’s definitely worth a try.
Enjoy the list!