As Android phones have increased in popularity, the number of apps available for the platform has rocketed.It can be difficult to spot the stuff that’s worth your bandwidth to download, let alone genuinely great games.we have compiled a list of Five excellent free games for Android devices that you’ll definitely want on your home screen.With a great range of games but top five listed below.
The amazingly popular iOS game moved to Android recently, earning over two million downloads during its first weekend of availability.
The Android version is free, unlike the apple release, with maker Rovio opting to stick a few adverts on it rather than charge an upfront fee. You can enjoy by using the unique powers of the Angry Birds to destroy the greedy pigs’ fortresses as the survival of the Angry Birds is at stake. Dish out revenge on the greedy pigs who stole their eggs.Angry Birds features challenging physics-based game play and hours of replay value. Each of the 300 levels requires logic, skill, and force to solve.
Frozen bubble is a interesting game, which is based around the ancient and many-times-copied concept of firing gems up a screen to make little groups of similarly coloured clusters. That’s what you do. You’ve probably done it a million times before, so if it’s your thing get this downloaded.
Replica Island is an extremely polished platform game that pulls off the shock result of being very playable on an Android trackball. The heavy momentum of the character means you’re only switching direction with the ball or d-pad, letting you whizz about the levels with ease. Then there’s jumping, bottom-bouncing, collecting and all the other usual platform formalities.
In Gem Miner you are a sort of mole character that likes to dig things out of the ground. But that’s not important. The game itself has you micro-managing the raw materials you find, upgrading your digging powers and buying bigger and better tools and maps. Looks great, plays well on Android’s limited button array. Go on, suck the very life out of the planet.
Once you’re successfully rewired your brain’s 25 years of playing Tetris in a certain way with certain buttons and got used to tapping the screen to rotate your blocks.It hinges on how much you enjoy placing things with your phone’s trackball or pad. If you’re good at it, it’s a superb tetris clone. Let’s hope it doesn’t get sued out of existence.