Top 5 Gaming Apps on Android
Gaming came all the way from huge wooden cabinets enclosing a screen and then the portable consoles which took huge cartridges. As for today, we have nothing like that to worry about because gaming is literally being carried out on any mobile device we can lay our hands on. When it comes to android, games are being created everyday and there isn’t a single platform where we can have a comprehensive review for all games that currently exist on the Playstore but our short review should do for all those who are looking to find something for themselves during free time or bathroom trips.
The Banner Saga
The game is a strategically challenging one with a whole lot of twists and turns. Its great for those who like to test their decision making. It initially came on the PC but it soon got very renowned and made its way to the Playstore. Although it comes with a hefty price tag but for someone who would like to make their free time more pleasurable then this could be one way of doing it. There’s a sequel for it too but if you aren’t into it yet then this one should do.
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The game is based on the original idea of World of Warcraft and what’s highly surprising is that the game is a collectable card game. Hearthstone, for years has been coming with unpredictable variations for a relatively simple game. One can very easily be addicted to a game of this kind. The best thing about it happens to be the unique addition of collectable cards which is something very rare for strategic games.
The Battle of Polytopia
Though there are countless other games in the strategy genre but most happen to be just okay. As for the Battle of Polytopia, it is particularly enjoyable and just like many others, it is highly addicting. One can never stop once they start playing and the fact that it’s free makes it a top choice. The thing about the turns in this game is that it gets users highly sucked into the game so one can never be bored playing or have had enough.
After the success of Clash of Clans, the Clash Royale combines a number of features from Dota 2, Tower Defence and Deck Building. The final product happens to be a pleasurable addictive experience which can most importantly be managed single handedly. The game is free but like many others it comes with a number of in-app purchases. For a strategy based game, the Clash Royale takes a place very reasonably among the top few.
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Regardless of the number of haters one person can possibly have but I would still rate this somewhere up there because it is just another version of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas but on your mobile phone. The GTA received quite some popularity when it came on older gaming platforms and now the newer version on the Playstore is just as addictive and popular.