Top 10 Best Android Games of 2014
Whatoplay presents the Top 10 Android Games of 2014 This video game ranking is based on a 1 to 10 scoring system called playscore. It aggregates, averages, and combines all the ratings given by trusted critics and gamers. Number 10 is Five Nights at Freddy’s 2. The first game was a viral hit and this new version offers some improvements over it. Not much…but enough to keep the scare going! No more doors! Instead, you wear a mask to avoid getting killed. The animatronics still creeps me out! And the jump scares are as effective as ever! A playscore of 9 out of 10. In the 9th place is Hitman GO. Take out enemies, one-by-one, using your tools of trade: disguise, distraction, stealth and guns! The trial-and-error gameplay can be frustrating at times. Still…the game stays true to the series offering enough challenges to keep me playing. And I love its diorama-like visuals! It receives a playscore of 9.0. Ranked number 8 is Thomas Was Alone. Take control of various rectangles — each with its own personality and ability — and guide them to clear various levels.
It’s a pretty simple platformer with spikes, traps and some physics puzzles thrown around…what makes it stands out are: its interesting characters, excellent voice overs, and beautiful soundtrack. A playscore of 9.0. 7th in the ranking is VVVVVV Your friends have been mysteriously transported to different…weird places! Rescue them all! It’s a difficult platformer you will die again and again. Good thing there are a lot of save checkpoints. And there are no locked doors — you’re free to explore anywhere you want! Catchy music and cute old-school visuals! It has a playscore of 9.1. Number 6 is Dragon Quest VIII.
An evil jester has put your beloved kingdom in chaos. Defeat him and restore peace! Even without the voice acting & orchestra music of the original PS2 game, it still is one epic adventure. The story is engaging The graphics smooth on my Nexus 10. and the touch controls work surprisingly well! A playscore of 9.1. In the 5th place is Threes! Swipe up, down, left and right to merge adjacent tiles with the same number…and rack up as much points as you can! This is a simple, yet addictive, puzzle game. A charming little game best played in short bursts.
Plus, the animations are cute! Threes! holds a playscore of 9.1. Fourth is Traps n’ Gemstones. Play as a dashing archaeologist and explore the hidden depths of an ancient pyramid and capture the mysterious looter. It’s one of the few games I thoroughly enjoy! This is an awesome adventure game with excellent map design filled with surprises. You’ll find lost relics, secret chambers, gemstones, snakes, bats and more! Trap n’ Gemstones holds a playscore of 9.2. Number 3 is Monument Valley. Guide the Princess as she find her way to the top of each level. It’s not as difficult as other Android puzzles…but…WOW! This is one good-looking game! The animations are smooth, with beautifully-designed levels complete with illusions and wonders! It has a playscore of 9.3. Second on the ranking is Kingdom Rush Origins. This is the third game of the award-winning tower defense series! As expected, it delivers!…with impressive gameplay and a lot of new additions: New heroes, troops, towers and enemies! And more than 70 achievements to unlock! It’s an awesome game and I think it’s the finest of all three Kingdom Rush games.
A playscore of 9.4. And the best Android game of 2014 is The Room Two. This amazing brain teaser improves on every aspect of the first game: The setting is now bigger and looks eerily good! The puzzles are well-crafted and very challenging. And, it’s far more gripping than the original Room game! It’s the highest-rated Android game with a playscore of 9.5. To recap, here are the Top 10 Android Games of 2014. Whatoplay. Bringing a better scoring standard for video games.
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