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Favourite android game

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Sure. But due to spammers no links here.

This is a link free thread.

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Best Android Games

Dots (free)
Proving the notion that simpler is better on mobile, Dots is stupidly, almost patronisingly simple, with players just drawing lines between coloured dots. Link them up and, as coloured things tend to do in games, they disappear, So more fall in. And it carries on like this, getting more and more compulsive as you chase bigger and better dot combos.

The Simpsons Tapped Out (free)
EA's game based on the inhabitants of Springfield is surprising in a few ways. It's free, which is quite the thing, plus, although what many would deride as a 'freemium' game, it's more than possible to keep it going in the background, pottering away, slowly unlocking all of its content for free. Free-to-play done right, for once.

Angry Birds Space (free)
Developer Rovio has done quite a lot of aggressive whoring of the Angry Birds franchise, but this space-based fork of the simplistic physics game series is really worth a try. For one, it introduces some new play concepts, with the planet-based levels requiring different tactics, plus the puzzles generally need a bit more of a thoughtful approach than the chuck-it-and-see of the originals.

Badland (free)
Has a bit of an 'indie' vibe about it this one, with Badland offering a weird, dark and gloomy world, in which you fly about in control of a... blob thing. Your blob gets bigger and smaller, splits into loads of mini clones, and generally baffles you about what might lie around the next corner. We like a bit of a surprise, and this is full of them.

Crazy Taxi City Rush (free)
Crazy Taxi City Rush is another free game in which you need to put "free" in big quote marks, as it's packed to bursting with subsequent in-app purchases to unlock features, buy customisations and, in a particularly shameless move, buy petrol for your taxi to continue playing after more than a handful of failed runs. Still, endure the cash-grab and it's a pretty game, one that uses a new, simple, swipe-based control system to allow it all to work surprisingly well on a touchscreen.

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Plants vs Zombies

Plants vs Zombies my favorite game. I can play on PC now.)))

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Fish Fights

I think I have to say Fish Fights by Mofin Games. Such a unique gameplay experience.

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mine and Plants vs Zombies.

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Post was last edited on October 31, 2015 9:23 AM PDT

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re:Favourite android game

Personally I prefer some mini indie games, like that "Jumpster" , it seems quite fun.

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My Favourite

Dots and Angry Birds Space are my favourite android games.

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Flow Free


I used to play Flow Free. It's a puzzle game application. I like the concept of connecting the color nodes and fill the entire grid without intersecting. Also the feature of every levels such as bridges.

I enjoy hanging around in this game. How about you?

Have a nice day!

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