What is your favorite game on Android?


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neoadorable

Just noticed this thread...sorry.

 

Shadowrun Returns is really good on Android tablet, runs very well on my 2012 Note 10.1 (though admittedly it's not a demanding game). Highly recommended for the price! (it's like $3.99 now i believe).

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thedakshunt

More of a games since the games are playing are more than one.

  • Plants Vs. Zombies 2
  • Don't tap the White Tile
  • Engkanto Wars (Exclusively in Philippine Market)
  • Rebuild
  • Spelltorn (Beta Version)
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neo1911

Monument Valley.

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Bamsebjørn

I can't believe Benji Bananas wasn't mentioned yet. Terrific game!

Also, I really enjoy Ski Safari, but DirtyLarry already mentioned that game.

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Knife Party

humble bundle? 

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Max Norris

Don't usually do much gaming on Android, but been playing Shadowrun Returns on my tablet, fairly decent-ish RPG, very similar to the PC version. Difficult on a phone however due to the size.. runs on my HTC One but you need a microscope to read the text.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.harebrainedschemes.shadowrun

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Nick H.

Today, after installing a new custom ROM, I was finally able to play Breach and Clear. If you enjoy games like XCom or Frozen Synapse and want to play on the go, check this game out. The controls can be a bit tricky - two fingers rotates the camera but can also be used to zoom in and out, and sometimes it gets a bit confused about what you're trying to do - but aside from that I'm having a blast.

Also on my list would be Godville (my friends don't understand why I enjoy it so much, but I find it quite funny), Into the Dead, Freeciv (think of the Civilization games), and the ClassicBoy emulator and ScummVM (for Curse of Monkey Island and Day of the Tentacle.)

With all that said though, I don't play many games on my phone. I think that's why I enjoy Godville as much as I do, you don't really do anything to progress; it just happens for you. But now that Breach and Clear works on my phone, I think I'll be doing a bit more gaming over the next week or so.

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Hum

I have not found one yet.

 

They all get monotonous.

 

I have a 'jewel type' game -- but you just have to blast 3 or more connected jewels, and you have to go at some mindless pace to get high scores.

 

Not very enjoyable.

 

Thanks for the suggestions.

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Intersect

It used to be Family guy the quest for stuff, Playing free and have never once spent any cash on it. now it no longer works under any of the emulators.

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Kreuger

I don't play much on my phone. What I do have is Candy Crush, Euchre 3D and Zynga Texas Holdem.

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123456789A

Don't play too many phone games but I hear Touchwiz is pretty fun.

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bolt20

fav mobile games on android: candy crush, subway surfer, crusaders quest, CoC, pocket tales, mmm fingers and FF

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lovelyfreecountry

lots of mobile games and apps in my phone after i switch to android. Im happy i can still play my COC account from my previous IOS phone. 

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Daedroth

These are the games that I have installed on my phone, and in order that I play them most frequently:

  • Candy Crush Soda Saga
  • Tiny Tower
  • Pocket Planes
  • Cat Match
  • Candy Crush
  • Two Dots
  • Super Sudoku
  • Move
  • Logo Quiz
  • Apple Bin
  • My Old Boy! (for Pokemon GBA port)
  • Doodle Jump
  • Angry Birds
  • Bejeweled Blitz
  • Clash of Clans
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MikeM97

Shadowgun [ adapted to Adreno 200 GPU version , for QVGA Displays ]

Samurai II : Vengeance 

Shadow Fight 2 

Dead Trigger

Angry Birds

Fruit Ninja

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what

Does not Commute is a pretty cool game.

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PGHammer

Not necessarily in order:

 

Total Domination: Reborn (both iOS and Android)

Game of War: Fire Age (both iOS and Android)

Bejeweled HD (Android)

Bejeweled Blitz (iOS and Android)

Candy Crush Saga (iOS and Android)

Candy Crush Soda Saga (iOS and Android)

 

Compatibility Note: ALL the Android titles ARE compatible with BlueStacks.

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TheFlyingCow

+1 Does not commute! Actually i'm playing walking dead: the game. i think there's more than one walking dead's version but what i'm playing is really cool. even if you don't watch the serie, maybe you'll watch after playing this game!

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cork1958
On 6/10/2013 at 8:49 AM, Nick H. said:

I've just checked my phone, and I have 20 games there. I can't remember the last time I touched any of them. I even downloaded Carmageddon when it was free, but I haven't even opened it. :laugh:

I haven't ever so much as glanced at what games are on my phone and probably never will. 

 

I know a few people who are all into that Carmageddon though.

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I've got a few on my phone, but rarely play them...Candy Crush when I'm really bored...got Lego Jurassic World on it for my daughter...What I do play a lot of (on Bluestacks on the PC) is SimCity Build It...

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