There are a wide variety of Android Games to choose from. Some people would love to play FPS games, some arcade games and the genre list goes on. Here we have handpicked best 5 Android Games that most of the gamers would love to try their hands on!

1. Call Of Duty Mobile

One of the best games out there on mobile devices, Call of Duty Mobile was one which gained popularity very quickly. Call of Duty is a first-person shooter with a substantial team-based component. Call of Duty has had a lot of success over the years in the PC and console genre (games like Modern Warfare 2 and Black Ops are  all time classics), and Activision had brought out the classic game int the mobile gaming realm. Cod Mobile has all of the core CoD features and components that you would expect including fast-paced multiplayer, zombies, and battle royale.

2. Legends of Runeterra

All of Blizzard’s games are known for their simplicity and streamlined design for anyone to pick up the gameplay easily. The Legends of Runeterra also delivers in all the aspects without any disappointment. Matches of Legends of Runeterra are turn-based, one-versus-one battle with either side trying to reduce their opponent’s HP to zero by deploying champions, minions and spells against them. If you’ve played different trading card games like Hearthstone or Magic: The Gathering, then the spells and minions play in the same way that you would expect it to play out. 24 champions, a bunch of cards, and you can invite friends to duel with you. This is what the game comprises of that keeps you hooked.

3. Levelhead

In the Levelhead Android game, you play as a delivery robot who must retrive and deposit packages from alien worlds. All the levels are a two step process. Usually most of the games involve you reaching the exit to clear a level. In Levelhead, the game requires you to find an object and bring it back to the start. This is what makes the players hooked to the game so much. The game is somewhat similar to Mario. As in, you are expected to run and jump on enemies in a 2 D space. But what makes Levelhead stand out from Mario is that as you progress you will realize that the game opens up a plethora of opportunities to carry on with the game.

4. Minecraft

Well, this game does not need any introduction. Almost everyone must have at least heard about Minecraft. It is a game that is suitable for all the ages. If you have never played Minecraft, this is what the game is about. You live in a giant world where you build stuff up, mine stuff and beat up bad guys. No limitations, you can pretty much do anything that you want. The game includes a survival mode where you have t mine your own resources and food. The creative mode gives you unlimited access to everything. You can play on servers with Minecraft players around the globe. The mobile version is not bad when you compare it with it’s console and desktop counterparts, so no disappointment in those aspects as well. There are in app purchases available but just like other games the purchases are only necessary if you want items such as new skins, etc.

5. Pokemon Go

I would not let augmented reality out of this for sure. This game came about in 2016 and created a massive wave across the globe because of one main reason : augmented reality being incorporated. It is similar to Ingress where you walk around, catch Pokemons and complete side missions. You can also battle for gyms which would be chosen areas around your locality. The new updates include the AR Camera mode and new Pokemons. The experience that gamers enjoy is what makes Pokemon go one of the best Android games.

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