Top 10 Best Android Sports Games

10. Opening our list of the Top 10 Android Sports games is Punch Club If you want to live out a tale of vengeance and redemption that’s worthy of a classic 80’s flick, then this sports management simulation is right up your alley. Complete with the trademark arcade aesthetics of videogame vintages, it does a great job of stirring out our nostalgic senses while giving out a rewarding boxing experience. Avenge the death of your father, join the boxing league, and discover the identity of your dad’s killer. Despite the simplistic plot, it’s as detailed as it can be, letting you customize strength, agility, and stamina–all while maintaining other lesser attributes and searching for your dad. Bask in the colorfully detailed world, and enjoy the sweet pop references sprinkled in every location. Already released on Steam, this android port gives you the exact same game for a fraction of the price, with the added bonus of portability. While some may have criticized its poor optimization, it’s still a knockout success.

It receives a PlayScore of 8.21. 9. Snowboarding The Fourth Phase While Travis Rice’ most recent venture into snowboarding film wasn’t as universally loved as his previous attempts, their videogame tie-in seemed to enjoy much success even after their debut. Considered as one of–if not the best–snowboarding game out there. It captures the thrill of the ride, pitting you against the mountain itself, performing tricks for yourself and the enthusiastic photographers. Combining the successes of the console with simplicity of mobile gaming, The Fourth Phase packs simple and interactive controls. Fly through the snow-capped mountains and perform death-defying exhibitions with easy swipes and clicks. Tying in with the feature film, the game also boasts stunning cinematic shots of your descent. Perform the best tricks, experiment with different angles, and ride your way to fame. With a handful of locations, cool gears, and exciting competitions, you’ll find enjoyment in every second of the game. It’s snowboarding gaming at its peak! It receives a PlayScore of 8.21. 8. Uppercup Football Since this isn’t mainly a sport simulation list, it’s time that we visit the wackier side of sports games.

Uppercup football brings you the joys of football, with a quirky twist. Pass the ball around the field, tackle the opposing team, and score as many balls as you can. With a collection of pigskins, bombs, and more–this is definitely not your everyday football game. Instead of dribbling the ball around the field, you remain stationary as you decide who to pass to with a spinning arrow. Pass the to the ball to the right person with the right amount of power, and you’ll be scoring goals like there’s no tomorrow.

But with new locations and a variety of conditions, from pinballs to minefields, you just never know what to expect. With their pixel style, quirky designs, and responsive controls, they managed to create one of the most enjoyable ball games on the market. Chaotic and dangerously addicting. It receives a PlayScore of 8.26. 7. Baseball Superstars 2013 Not the most recent Gamevil game, but it looks like they hit the home run when Baseball Superstars released in 2013. Learning a lot from their Baseball debut, they’ve culminated the best of the favorite american pastime and topped it off with adorable anime artstyle, well-implemented RPG mechanics, and eye-popping full HD.

Pick your favorite baseball position, and rise through the ranks of baseball superstardom as pitcher and batter. With two different game modes, you can choose your own specialty within your team. Whether you wanna score hundreds of home runs, or get the fastest throws in history, there’s always room for you. Conquer quests and missions, improve your skills in training, or customize your character’s appearance. With no paywalls standing between you and the halls of fame, 2013’s Baseball Superstar is still the best there is. While there’s still annoying ads, and a few awful translations, it’s nothing we can’t forgive. It receives a PlayScore of 8.27. 6. Super Stickman Golf 2 Before the raving success of the mountain-skiing Alto’s, and their recent hit, Flipping Legends, Noodlecake Studios was busy proving to the world that mobile golfing doesn’t have to be boring.

Whether you like the sport or not, they’re making sure you have a wonderful time trying. It improves on the already enjoyable original with a whole collection of new dynamic courses, power-ups, and achievements that will keep you coming back for more. Practice your putting skills in their strange world of portals, zero gravity, and traditional greens and dunes. Take a relaxing stroll in their single player holes, aim for the better scores in turn-based multiplayer, or duke it out with friends in their fun race mode. Along with the new courses is a bunch of hats you can wear around each course to personalize your putting experience.

Become the life of the party with clown hats, pirate hats, and so much more. It has a PlayScore of 8.28. 5. Rival Stars Basketball Coming from the football TCG hit, Flick Kick Football Legends, PikPok has brought the world another sports TCG. Except instead of goals, you’ll be scoring hoops with their lineup of talented young superstars. Collect all the strongest cards, create your very own team, and shoot some exciting finishers with a flick of your screen. While these aren’t your usual A-list roster, that shouldn’t stop you from claiming championship trophy. Each of your players will each have a number that corresponds to their defensive and offensive rating. You can’t always get the super cards on the first try, so improve your chances by sacrificing your weaker cards to create stronger cards with better ratings. Put the most powerful ones forward and achieve the highest scores in every game. Take yourself to the court with their high quality graphics and gorgeous cel-shaded art-style. Criticized for their repetitive and limited gameplay, it’s still a friendly game for videogame and basketball newbies. it receives a PlayScore of 8.29.

4. Basketball Stars Miniclip’s flagship basketball game shows that you don’t need years of practice to practice the art of the bucket. Dive into the world of street basketball and compete for the most shots against players from around the world. In their fast-paced real-time battles, you’ll be stealing, blocking, and shooting–all with the power of a single finger. Stretch your fingers and enjoy the sweet thrills of street basketball with thre different game modes. Learn the ropes in the single player training mode, or head to the multiplayer arenas in Shooting Race and Attacker-Defender. Master the art of accuracy for shooting races, to gain bonuses and get the highest scores in a limited amount of time.

Or try your hand at Attacker-Defender to partake in an intense 1v1 battle, blocking shots and stealing balls in a race to the 10th point. It’s as straightforward a basketball game could ever get. Get your head in the game! It has a PlayScore of 8.3. 3. FIFA 14 Mobile games are at least expected to lag a bit compared to their console counterparts. The same could be said for 2013’s FIFA game. Lacking the celebrated Ignite Engine that upgraded graphics and gameplay for the PS4 and Xbox Ones of the world, FIFA 14 mobile looked like a revitalized PSP version of the game. But, that didn’t really matter, as it offered one of the most satisfying football simulations on the mobile, from then till now. The FIFA Ultimate Team mode which debuted in FIFA 10, makes a stunning return in this iteration. Trade in your spares and collect the most players to become the manager of your dream team. With their skills and yours, you’ll be able to compete for the cup in offline and online tournaments.

With over 16 thousand players and 69 different stadiums covered, this was mobile FIFA at its zenith. While it might not show up in your country’s PlayStore, it’s still available for download in alternative sites. It has a PlayScore of 8.46. 2. Table Tennis Touch If you think you’ve seen the best of mobile table tennis games, then you haven’t seen our 2nd entry. With its tactile controls, charming graphics, interesting challenges, and faithful adaptation of the sport–it’s no surprise that’s it’s been hailed by hundreds as the definitive table tennis game on the stores right now. The game has three different game modes for you to enjoy, along with strangers across the globe. Progress through the table tennis hierarchies in their fiery career mode, with hundreds of tournaments and leagues to conquer. Or waste an hour or four against a collection of 13 minigames, and challenge friends and strangers to a casual game in multiplayer. With so many choices, and all with realistic physics and graphics, this beautiful game will keep pulling you in time and time again.

While it might suck that this game isn’t free, it has more than enough features to guarantee you’ll be happy with what you paid for. You’ll never go wrong with this polished gem. It has a PlayScore of 8.49. Here are the runners-up before we reveal the number one: Golf Clash. This real-time 1v1 multiplayer is perfect for when you want to quench that competitive thirst on the greens. It’s free-to-play with, of course, in-app purchases. It has a PlayScore of 8.17. Ace Fishing: Wild Catch. Marketed as the “ultimate 3D fishing adventure”… reel in the biggest catch of your virtual life in awesome 3D visuals, global leaderboard, and more. It’s among the top fishing games on the Google Play Store. A PlayScore of 8.14. Snowboard Party 2. Aim for that perfect score in various modes ranging freestyle, which is all about tricks to the speedy time attack challenges. Plus tons of ways to customize your outfit and boards. A Playscore of TAP SPORTS BASEBALL 2016. Build your own team of your favorite major league players, pick your plays and compete in online tournaments against gamers from around the world.

Best played on the tablet. A PlayScore of 8.11. Ketchapp Winter Sports. This arcade sport game comes with 4 different challenges: snowboard flip, ski jump, ice skating and snowboard slide. On the arcade aspect of it, collect gems, upgrades and unlock new gears. It has a PlayScore of 8.1. 1. And the best Sports game on the Android is Ridiculous Fishing – A Tale of Redemption Before you ask, by dictionary definition, fishing is most definitely a sport. Especially when you take this arcade fishing experience into consideration. Exactly like their title suggests, it moves fishing away from its usual tranquility to make room for a more frenzied and over the top gameplay.

Dip your rod into the deep abyss, aid them to a gentle surfacing, AND THEN SHOOT THEM ALL LIKE THE MANIAC YOU ARE. It’s fishing—with guns! And chainsaws, and so much more. It can’t get anymore ridiculous than that. While it’s reportedly been cloned by another hack and slash fishing game, the Ridiculous team has stood tall above it all. With its impressive artstyle, addicting gameplay, and expansive progression system, it’s managed to become both the best in ridiculous fishing and the best Android Sports game so far. It has a PlayScore of 8.74..

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