Mobile gaming has come a long ways over the past few years. From console-quality graphics to extremely addictive arcade-style fun that’s easy to play and waste a few minutes. There are tons of addicting Android games available, and everyone likes something different. That said, here’s our list detailing 10 or so of the most addictive Android games available in 2016.
Whether you play simply to waste a little time, or are addicted to some of the most popular games on the planet like Clash of Clans, Candy Crush Saga or Temple Run, we have those along with some unique new ones below.
The most addictive Android games are the ones you can pickup and play in seconds and are easy to play, yet hard to get a high score. Or those that take hours and hours (or years) to try and complete. All of which are extremely fun but can also be frustrating.
Again, everyone has their own preference, and what may be extremely fun to others isn’t remotely appealing to someone else. As a result we’ve gathered some simple yet addictive games, some frustratingly hard ones, or casual games that users play for months and months on end.
There’s a little of something for everyone here. Whether you want to play for a few minutes waiting for the bus, or check on a village or plants multiple times a day for months on end and grow an empire. There are far too many excellent games to list, but below are 10, as well as some honorary mentions that are also worth checking out.
Of course everyone has probably played or seen Angry Birds, Temple Run, or Candy Crush, so we’ll be leaving those out today. Instead, these are other games that are equally (or more addictive) and just as fun. Most of these were released in 2015, but are still the best options here in early 2016. Get ready to blow through your smartphone battery playing some of the games below. Let’s get started.
1 / 10
Our list of the 10 most addictive games are in no particular order, and all of them are worth trying if you're looking for something new.
Crossy Roads is a spin-off and new generation of the popular game Frogger. It doesn't have cutting edge graphics, but it's extremely addicting, frustrating, and a joy to play. Users will play as a pixelated Chicken trying to cross roads, rivers, and other things.
It's fun, easy to play on a moments notice, and very addicting. The graphics are old school, and the concent is too. It's one that worked. That said, it has Google Games cloud backup to save progress, works on Android TV, and is just an all around amusing game.