1. Angry Birds Space
One of the most popular free android games till date. The game is free to download with new levels, new birds, new powers, and a whole galaxy to explore, the sky is no longer the limit.
2. Temple Run
Temple run one of the popular game in iOS is now moved to Android recently. The Android version is free to download. Collect the coin from the temple and being chased by demonic monkeys. So what are you waiting for download the game from the play store and test your skills.
3. Gun & Blood
As the name says, the game is fully loaded with action. In the game you are the member of strike forces, who has to destroy anything blocked on your way. The game has many levels with lots of weapons like desert eagle, UMP, AK-47 to Barrett.
4. Snow Rider
Another popular free android game for bike lovers. The game is not a speed game, this is a skill game. Run the bike in snow island and show your riding skills and clear all the level to gain more points.
5. Unicorn Dash
Its a simple action free android game with lots of fun. With good graphics and sound selection, not very much easy but very much enjoyable. In the game you have to help unicorn to run faster and help him to running faster to obtain higher score.
6. Racing Moto
Game for bike lover, Racing Moto is a fast paced racing game. You have to control your bike in traffic and Keep accelerating the bike so you can get more score and perks.
7. Pool Master Pro
One of the most popular Pool game in Android market and it’s totally free to download. Download the game on your device and show your pool skills. You can play the game in Single player mode or challenge the computer to play a match with you.
9. Drag Racing
One of the best car racing game for android users, the game has lots of levels, lots of cars and lots of new feature. So pickup one of you favorite racing car and show your driving skill on the racing track.
10. Fruit Ninja Free
Fruit Ninja is a juicy action game with squishy, splatty and satisfying fruit carnage! Become the ultimate bringer of sweet, tasty destruction with every slash. The game has the three packed gameplay modes – Classic, Zen and the new Arcade, featuring powerups including Freeze, Frenzy and Double Score!
Other Free Popular Android Games
1. Robo Defense
Robo Defense is the ultimate portable tower defense experience. Featuring open maps, upgradeable towers, stat upgrades, achievements, and nice graphics. The free version features 1 map with 11 difficulty levels.
2. HOMERUN BATTLE 3D FREE
Capture screen area by trapping moving balls inside walls.
The popular Sudoku game is here, solve the new Sudoku puzzles here.
5. Brain Genius Deluxe
6. Cestos Full
8. Action Potato
10. Alchemy Classic
Arcade & Action
Temple Run (Free)
Temple Run has finally come to Android, but it’s been on iOS since 2011. The gist of the game is pretty simple. You have clearly trespassed on ancient ruins where you don’t belong and are now fleeing from a bunch of evil monkey creatures. To survive, you must swipe up, down, left, or right, and tilt your device to dodge obstacles and collect coins. The key to this game is its simplicity and tight controls. When you swipe down to slide, you instinctively know just how far you’ll go. The precision controls have made it a hit and definitely worth checking out.
This is the first RPG we’ve recommended, but it’s really only half an RPG. While most RPGs have you roam around an overworld and talk to NPCs between battles, Battleheart gets right down to the action. You go from battle to battle, leveling up, purchasing upgrades, and changing your team as you go. It sounds less fun than a traditional RPG, but Mika is on to something. With a real-time touch battle system that is simple enough for anyone to learn, Battleheart manages to keep battles fresh and interesting. It doesn’t skimp either. The game has casters, healers, tanks, and most basic classes you’d expect from a game of its kind. There are a healthy number of upgrades and weaponry available and the fun, flashy art style definitely helps as well.
Air Attack HD Part 1 (Free)
Air Attack may be the best looking Android game yet. It’s a top-down arcade shooter in the style of Space Invaders and a thousand other arcade games, though it does have a moving background. The controls are simple, letting you move your finger around the screen to dodge enemy fighters and destroy them. This isn’t an innovative game, but it’s incredibly polished, delivering some solid action. Downloading the game is kind of strange. It comes in three parts on the Market. You can get Part 1 for free, but if you do that, you’ll have to buy Part 2 for $2. However, you can also download the full game (it takes up some space), for $3. Check it out!
NinJump comes to us from the iPhone App Store and is a new entry in a genre that was pioneered on mobile phones. Entirely based on timing, the game only needs a single button. You play as a ninja who must fight off killer squirrels, throwing stars, and exploding bombs.
Here’s how it works: You can’t fly, but you can run straight up buildings. Your goal is to get to the top of a high rise apartment complex. Unfortunately, this is the most dangerous apartment complex we’ve ever seen. Like the classic mobile games NOM and Super Sketcher, your character is always running. By tapping the screen you hop from one building to the other (left to right). You must avoid running or crashing into obstacles and your only weapon is your sword as you jump from side to side. Points are awarded if you destroy things in mid-air.
Like many current Android games, NinJump is not a wholly original concept, but it is well-executed and free. It’s a good way to kill five minutes. Check it out.
Fruit Ninja ($1.24)
Fruit Ninja has been out a while, but we never leave it alone for too long. The game is simple: fruit flies into the air and you must slice it before it falls. You do this by swiping across it with your finger. If it sounds too simple or boring, don’t knock it till you try it. Fruit Ninja has become a staple on almost every casual games platform, from the iPhone to the Xbox Live Arcade. It’s a high score game like Tetris, where you play until the game gets so difficult that you die. And it’s a good one.
(Similar games: Slice It!)
The Android world is still scarce on famous games, so we sometimes have to put up with ripoffs. Defender is a defend-the-castle game that’s been done a hundred times, but simple games like these never get old, especially if they come with a bit of polish. Robots are attacking your castle and you have to tap on them to shoot ‘em with your giant ballista. The addition of spells and mana is a nice touch, allowing you to take out a group of robots at once when things get tough. Best, it looks good on tablets and phones.
Tank Hero (Free)
Ever play the tank game in Nintendo’s Wii Play collection? It’s pretty addictive, and so is Tank Hero. Your goal is to destroy the other tanks. It’s simple and fun. Some tanks are faster, some shoot missiles, some drop mines, and some are just plain crafty. The controls take a minute to get used to, but work very well. Using your left thumb, you steer the tank like a D-Pad. To fire, you simply tap on the screen in the general direction you’d like to fire in. The graphics are gorgeous, especially for a free Android game and it plays without a hitch on older devices as well (we played on a Motorola Droid).
(Similar games: BattleTanks)
Brain & Puzzle
Hambo (Free, sort of)
Hambo looks like an action shoot-em-up, but it’s a puzzle game at heart. You play as Hambo, a pig that has two huge pistols and looks like Rambo. Your mission is to use your limited bullets to kill all of the enemy pigs around you, but like Angry Birds, every new level provides a unique challenge. You’ll quickly find yourself shooting bullets off walls and blowing up floors to get all the pigs, and that’s only the beginning. This is one of the most fun little puzzlers around and has some real-time elements as well. The only annoying thing about it are the upsells. It’s a free game, but until you cough up a buck o’ five to really buy the “full game,” you won’t stop being harrassed after every level or two. We think it’s worth the $1.05.
Cut the Rope ($1.02)
Cut the Rope is, hands down, the best puzzle game we’ve played since Angry Birds. It will never reach the heights of popularity that Rovio has, but it’s certainly just as fun. Following the winning formula of combining universally cute graphics with an addictive puzzle element, Cut the Rope has you attempting to collect stars as you feed the hungry baby monster “Om Nom” some candy. You do this by selectively cutting ropes with a swipe of your finger. The concept isn’t the winner here, it’s the level design. Even as Cut the Rope’s near endless number of levels get more difficult, the game always makes it incredibly easy to retry and never puts a time limit on you. This makes the game a somewhat stress-free experience, even compared to Birds and other games that give you unlimited lives. Because of its no pressure approach, we found ourselves striving for higher scores as much as we were trying to beat the levels. Give this one a buy. You won’t be disappointed.
Angry Birds Space (Free)
Just when you thought Angry Birds had left the nest, Rovio brings it back. Angry Birds Space is the first true sequel to Birds and comes packed with classic bird-slinging action, but entirely new types of puzzles. The space setting allows the game to toy with gravity and planets. Now, birds fly in whatever direction the gravity goes, adding a whole new dynamic. Since each planet has its own gravity field (like a halo around the planet), you can make birds spin around planets and fly in all sorts of directions. Read our full Angry Birds Space review.
Toki Tori ($2.99)
Toki Tori is a puzzler in the vein of Mario vs Donkey Kong with a little Blinx: The Timesweeper mixed in for good measure. Haven’t played either of those games? Well, that’s okay. Here’s what you need to know: you’re a hatched chicken and you need to save your trapped friends. In your way are a host of mean creatures and dangerous obstacles! Fortunately, you’re no ordinary chicken…guy. You’re a chicken…guy with telepathic powers and guns.
Toki Tori looks and controls much better than most current Android games, likely because of its iOS origins. You can blame its price on the iPhone too. However, if you have three bucks to spend, you’ll find few games as thought out and put together as Toki Tori.
It may be a Bejeweled clone, but it’s the best one on Android. Jewellust is addictive, no way around it. Simply tap colored jewels to line them up in a row. When three or more are in a line, they vanish and more jewels fall. Those looking for a great match-three puzzler, or a simple game almost anyone will enjoy, this one is for you.
Marble Blast! (Free)
A few years back, casual games like Zuma and Luxor dominated the mobile space. Today, their footprint has faded, but the gameplay style doesn’t seem to be going anywhere. There are a lot of Match -three color games on the Google Play store, and a ton that take after Zuma, where balls rotate around a track, but Marble Blast! is our current favorite. It looks sharp on smartphones and tablets and has better animations, sound, and music than others. You won’t see any surprises, as this is hardly an original game, but for those of you who haven’t tried Zuma or Luxor, this is the same damn game, and it’s free.