Best Android games 2018: The best Edition

If you’re looking for the Best Android games 2018: The best free-to-play and Paid-to-play available in the Google Play Store, you’ve come to the right place.

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Whether you have an android or ios, and whether you like to play in five-minute bursts or four-hour marathons, there’s something for you here. You’ll find some of the best games to play in 2018

Here are our top picks for Android games in 2018

1 : Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile– Free

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) Mobile,the online survival game, has become a huge hit worldwide. In case that you have been living under a rock, this battle royale game was first released on PC and became so popular, that it was later released for Xbox. Earlier this year, thanks to millions of users playing the game, the mobile was released for Android and iOS. And people have looked far and wide for trciks and tips to win that Chicken Dinner.

However, the user base of the mobile game was limited to those with high-end devices, whose processors were Snapdragon 600 and up. This left out a large number of of players that use phones with processors in the Snapdragon 400 range, or lower end Mediatek processors.

Tencent Games realised that this majority was unable to play the game lag-free on their mobile devices, as they couldn’t support its high graphics demands. To overcome this issue and to reach out to a larger customer base Tencent has now released PUBG Mobile LITE for Android.

PUBG mobile listed in top of  best android games 2018 !

2: Clash Royale – Free

Clash Royale is a video game developed and published by (supercell)The game combines elements from collectable card games tower defence, and Multiplayer Battle Arena The game was released globally on March 2, 2016.Clash Royalereached $1 billion in revenue in less than a year on the market and listed as best android games of 2017, Best android game of 2018

3: Infinity OPS – Free

A multiplayer FPS in a sci-fi setting!
The event of the game take place in the distant future, when humanity has surpassed the limits of technological development and the world has descended into the chaos of interplanetary warfare!
Player will face team PvP combat as classes like Recruit, Saboteur, Tank, and Assault! Each of the classes has its own features and abilities.

3: Rules of Survival – Free

Rules of Survival is a free-to-play, multiplayer online battle royale game developed and published by NetEase Games. It claims to have more than 150 million players registered worldwide. Rules of survival availabe on pc and android both !

4: Mr Gun – Free

Mr Gun is a brand new mobile game created by Ketchapp. Like all their games, this one is extremely addictive despite its deceptively simple concept!

5: Major Mayhem 2 – Free

Guns, grenades, free and fun shooting action! Download free, the world’s greatest mobile action arcade cover shooting game and now play completely offline with no internet!

Major Mayhem 2 is fast, fun, action packed, visually stunning and easy to play. Aim and shoot massive guns in a shooting game jam-packed with missions full of enemies and entertainment. Best of all It’s free to play! Save the free world and your love life from the forces of evil!

6: Stranger Things: The Game – Free

The official game for Stranger Things from Netflix and BonusXP!

Stranger Things are afoot again in Hawkins, Indiana. Join Hopper and the kids on a new, action-packed adventure!

7: MIRIAM: The Escape– Free

In Miriam you will go on an adventure inside a girl’s strange dreams.
Stages of black and white, light and silhouette are waiting to be challenged by you.

Miriam is one of the best arcade games/adventure games available on mobile.

8: Marvel Strike Force – Free

MARVEL Strike is a turn-based RPG where players take on the life of any of their favorite major Marvel superheroes. Recruit fellow Marvel classics like Spider-Man, Thor, Captain America or Doctor Strange; or join up with evil forces like Crossbones, Loki, Venom or Kingpin (among others).

9: Asphalt Street Storm – Free

Get faster and more furious than ever before with the latest addition to the Asphalt street-racing series. In Street Storm, drivers can get revved up for a spot of illegal street racing, chicaning around the world’s most stunning cities, from Paris to New York to Hong Kong. Each instalment of the Asphalt series is essentially an improvement on the version that came before, and they have been released at fairly regular intervals since the dawn of smartphone gaming.

There’s a new Asphalt on the way in 2018, called Asphalt 9: Legends – trailers and gameplay footage are out there, but there’s no exact release date yet. Keep playing Street Storm, but remember that an even better Asphalt is on its way to an App Store near you!

Best paid Android games Latest 2018

1: Death Road to Canada– £8.99

t’s a perfect blend of old-school arcade gaming and self-aware silliness, with skeletons toting miniguns and bearded men hurling cars; over 500 enemy zombies can swarm the player at any one time, so there’s never a dull moment.

There’s a whole host of running gags, the wacky dialogue options being most reminiscent of early Fallout games, and because there are multiple choices at so many stages of the game (which also change depending on the members in your team) it has infinite replay value. Death Road to Canada is probably best experienced on full screen with Android TV and a Bluetooth Android gamepad, but it’s just as much stress-busting fun to play on a crowded train full of fellow zombies. Sorry, we meant commuters.

2: The Franz Kafka Videogame – £3.49

The Franz Kafka Videogame is a puzzle-centric adventure game developed by the prolific Daedalic Entertainment, based on the absurdist writings of Austrian-Czech author Franz Kafka (in case you hadn’t guess from the title).

This game is as creative as it is strange, taking you through a bizarre series of interactions with talking ducks, exotic femme fatales, and crazed head waiters. The puzzles vary in difficulty but none are too difficult – experienced puzzlers will crack the game in a single evening. The real appeal of the game, and why it’s worth paying for, is its rich art design and immersive soundscapes. It’s such a fun, well-developed game world that you don’t mind repeating puzzles to spend more time there.

3: Hitman Sniper – £0.79

This is the definitive ‘Grassy Knoll Simulator’ for Android. Set in the cutthroat universe of the Hitman game series, Hitman Sniper places you in the shoes of Agent 47, the deadliest marksman ever born. Across a range of missions and locations, you’ll scope out targets and, well, snipe them.

In the head, usually. It’s amazing how many variations you can perform of the simple assassination, from ‘lure kills’, to ‘accident kills’ and ‘body disposal’ shots. Add to that a plethora of unlockable superhuman sniping abilities and weapons upgrades, and it’s a relentlessly entertaining sniping game.

As if the main missions weren’t enough for a mere £0.79, the Death Valley Expansion guarantees you your money’s worth. Shoot wave after wave of the living dead to protect ‘Random Car Guy’ in this frantically paced and challenging zombie mode. Check out the tongue in cheek trailer below.

4: Framed 2 – £4.49

Perhaps the least-known Android game on the list, Framed 2 is the second game in this fascinating noir-mystery-thriller-puzzler series from Loveshack games. The follow-up to the multi-award-winning Framed, Framed 2 acts as a prequel to the original story. Gameplay is unusualtosay the least, but it’s also exceptionally clever and gorgeously realised.

Action plays out in a predetermined comic-style animation, sort of like a cartoon, but the order of the frames must be rearranged in order to progress. Swap the panels to alter the outcome, and solve the puzzle to survive. It’s like a living, breathing graphic novel, with a delightfully noirish dark jazz soundtrack accompaniment.

5: Minecraft – £6.99

Formerly known as Minecraft: Pocket Edition, this Android app lets you mine and craft to your heart’s content, wherever you may be. Nearly eight years after its release, the digi-LEGO megaverse of Minecraft remains a worldwide phenomenon.

For a while, it wasn’t possible to get the full craftian experience on mobile, but the app version of the insanely popular 3D building game has seen steady improvements, with heightened graphics and faster loading times. And following the Better Together update, it’s better than ever.

6: Goat Simulator – £4.99

Hear us out on this one. Goat Simulator is more than a game: it is the cutting-edge in goat-simulator technology. For a mere five pounds, you too can know what it is like to be a goat with the capacity to destroy the environment around you at whim.

No, it’s not a serious game, and no, it’s not a realistic game. This is no Flight Simulator. This is no-holds-barred, bleating, head-ramming carnage. Goat Simulator Free is, well, free to download, but we recommend purchasing the full game for the maximum ruminant experience.

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