Super Mario Run Mario’s coming to clean up the clogged pipes of the Android, and collecting a few coins along the way. In another side scrolling adventure, brave the obstacles of the Mushroom Kingdom, and save the Princess once again. Jump over turtles, decimate mushrooms, slide down flags, and beat Bowser–all with a single tap of your screen. Explore the maps and keep a lookout for colored coins. Compete with your friends for the fastest times, and scour the maps for the hidden treasures. You can even build kingdoms for your little Toads. While there’s not a lot of content, it has plenty of replay value. With Mario doing his own stunts, you might think this is easy. But collecting all those coins is a challenge you can’t resist. This iconic plumber’s making sure you keep coming back for more. And he’s brought his charming green brother with him! It has a PlayScore of 7.65.
Justice League Action Run Jump in the do-gooding fun and help the Justice League beat DC’s villains in this lawful running game. Unlike other runners, you’ll have three characters to control. Choose your trio of heroes and alternate between their unique abilities to clean up the city’s criminal vermin. Fly around Superman’s Metropolis, dash through the streets of Gotham. You can unlock boss fights after every chapter where you work together to capture Joker, defeat Lex Luthor, or take down Darkseid. They say crime doesn’t pay, but crime fighting surely does. Earn coins after every run to receive justice packages filled with exciting prizes. Unlock new heroes, gain awesome powerups, and upgrade your gear. It’s a wild DC-filled ride, with short clips, character facts, comic books, and costumes! It has a PlayScore of 7.67.
Power Rangers: Legacy Wars Just in time for the newly released movie, this fighting game from Saban’s Power Rangers pits you in unrelenting clones of Power Rangers created by the evil Rita Repulsa. She has infected the Morphin Grid with her mischievous spells and it’s up to you to defeat her. Battle players in real-time as you unleash your powerful morphin powers to these pesky clones. Prove to them that you’re the best among the rest with your heroes in a slick 3v3 action across the franchises’ unique locations. Not just a game, this is a good love letter for the fans since they can unlock the old Power Rangers characters to fight for them in an armor-clad skirmish. Featuring console-like visuals, it goes to say that it really is a mobile fighting game with scale.
The Escapists Make penance for your crimes against society, and immerse yourself in the hard-knock monotony of prison life. But don’t get too used to it. In this sandbox pixel strategy, your job is to find your way out, and it’s not gonna be easy. Each prison you land in will have varying degrees of security. Keep your eye out for possible loopholes, and jump on every opportunity. With guards keeping a lookout on your every move, you’ll have to avoid any suspicious activities. Give them your best behaviour by attending roll calls and taking on various jobs. You can search for potentially useful items by rummaging through drawers and buying off of inmates. Craft them to create objects to aid in your escape. But make sure to hide them or risk losing them in the shakedowns. Follow the prison rules, make lots of friends, and don’t stand out. It has a PlayScore of 7.97.
Rabbids Crazy Rush Ubisoft’s rabid yet adorable critters from their Rayman universe returns in a Runner Game. These Rabbids jump, run, and slide various obstacles just to collect pepper cans for their moon-balloon! Sounds crazy, but the game is highly addictive! Similar to Temple Run and Minion Rush, this game lets you take control of Rabbids as they collect objects along a never ending road. Instead of power-ups, these Rabbids have a secret up their sleeve. Ride unique vehicles to maximize the potential of your run and amass the biggest score on the leaderboards! Aside from that, win big prizes with its daily rewards to customize your favorite Rabbid from top to bottom. Play with your friends and compete with them in full Rabbid to Rabbid action.
Rival Gears Racing Another Android racing game that aims to compete with the rest of the Mobile racers. This time, go toe to toe with players from around the world in a frenetic high speed glory. Set wages and go on a high-stakes competition with the others. Just like any other racing game, choose from a wide variety of amazing cars. All packed with shining headlights, neat decals and a monster engine. Own the streets and create your own Pro-team to dominate the rest of these wannabees. Upgrade and customize your baby boy for that sweet intimidating look. It’s up to you if Microtransactions won’t stop you. It’s a rivalry of hyper-kinetic proportions.
Bit City From the makers of Tiny Towers, this idle game will let you build dozens of cities bit by nimble bit. It’s similar to Egg, Inc., but with less clicking and a lot more building. Complete the stages by reaching the required number of citizens. Create residences, unlock cars, and watch your population grow. It mixes in elements of strategy as you devise plans to maximize profits with your limited number of lots. Upgrade your structures, add better cars, and soon enough you’ll have a bustling metropolis with high-rises, villas, and fancy cars. At least until the next city, where you’ll have a whole new canvas to build upon. Go on prestige mode and redo your progress with an exponential growth. It’s an addicting process of creation and destruction, and it has a PlayScore of 8.20.
After The End: Forsaken Destiny According to them, it’s a game that tests your mental fortitude in every moving pixel. Solve dynamic puzzles in a world devoid of life. Unearth the secrets to a civilization lost in time and witness the parallel story between a father and his son. The game lets you manipulate the world with a swipe of a finger. The game takes you to ancient ruins and tombs. Turn levers, locate secret rooms and watch mechanical wonders move in rhythmic beauty. Collect relics of the past and rebuild the statues honored by your ancestors. It’s a mysterious journey across time, and it leaves a wonderful memory to the players who piece everything from beginning to end.
FZ9: Timeshift On a mission to take down a terrorist organization, this soldier’s got a few tricks up his sleeve. Those rebels won’t know what hit them, with his years of military experience and his extraordinary ability to freeze time. That’s right. It’s bullet time. Accompany Mak in his quest to annihilate the AS in their deep story mode with over 30 missions to complete. Time stops when you stop moving, so take a few moments to observe the terrain and plan out your attack before you jump into action. Shoot at enemies, dodge their bullets, and watch them go down without a fight. You can also compete with other players in PvP, test your skills in weekly challenges, or scavenge for resources in Cycle missions. Collect weapons, upgrade equipment, and sink your hours into this strategic shooter. Time may be stopping, but the fun keeps on going.
Crash of Cars Here’s something to satisfy your hunger for destruction. Enter its multiplayer battlefield full of vehicular predators in a struggle to collect the most crowns and destroy the opposition. Pick up some choice powerups, make use of the terrain, and do whatever it takes to keep your advantage or you might just end up as fodder for big bosses. There’s no second chances in this arena as every death will drop you out of the competition. Luckily, you can pick up a few coins from the ashes of your failed attempts. Earn enough of them, and you can score some new cars, fresh from the arcade vending machine. There’s over 30 cars to unlock ranging from the epic to the legendary. Customize them with some choice skins, and show them off to your equally destructive friends. Crash, burn, and then live to crash again.
Mushroom 11 This award-winning game excels at the puzzle-platforming experience. Use the power of destruction to manipulate an oozing green fungus in a cathartic blend of industry and game design. Use your fingers to slowly wipe this living organism while successfully leading them to cramped locations, or worse, moving objects. It’s well-received due to its impressive take on platforming, clever story and a memorable boss fights. (Yeah, the game has boss fights too.) It’s unique and it offers a fluid and sublime gameplay experience. Thinking outside the box helps, and it’s rewarding as hell. Some critics even stated that this game ‘reshapes’ puzzle-platformers. It was released on 2015 on the PC, MAC, Linux and iPhone. It’s time for Android to spread the love.
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