We’re big fans of gaming and with the thousands of Apps in the Google Play Store, it can often be hard to find those great titles that can give you hours of fun. That’s why we’ve trawled the Google Play Store to bring the top games for your Android device.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
Anyone who had a PS2 remembers GTA: San Andreas, and it was the biggest attempt to give freedom to the player in the open world. Rockstar have managed to bring the award winning title in all its glory to your Android device, and the experience is fantastic. Compatible with most Bluetooth controllers, you’re able to play the title just as you could back in the day. The graphics are somewhat to be desired compared to modern titles, but keeping in mind the age of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, the experience more than makes up for it.
One of the first cross-platform multiplayer games to come to the store was SHADOWGUN: DeadZone which brought intense shooting on some great looking maps with console-like graphics. Built on the freemium model, progress can be achieved by playing rounds and ranking up, but can be accelerated using in-app purchases. With easy to use controls and great graphics, SHADOWGUN: DeadZone is a great multiplayer game.
Think of DEAD TRIGGER 2 as Dead Island on your Android device; made by the same developer as SHADOWGUN, you can expect the same great gameplay, shooting fun, and addictiveness. If you like Zombie killing, then why not give this game a go to take that Zombie Killing addiction on the move with you on your Android device.
If you enjoy arcade racing games then you’ll love Asphalt 8: Airborne, with fantastic graphics, multiplayer, and 47 high performance cars to chose from, you’ll find yourself putting hours of fun into this game. Race in 9 different settings, such as Venice, French Guiana, Iceland, and the Nevada Desert, across 8 seasons and 180 race events. Bundle in some great barrel rolls and you’ve got Asphalt 8 that will be sure to find a permanent place on your homescreen.
A game that simply needs no introduction. What happens when you combine deadly plants with the half-dead? An addictive game that will have you trying to defeat hordes of zombies with your plant army. Taking what worked so well in the first Plants vs Zombies, the sequel adds more plants, more powerups, and more zombies to add to what we knew and loved with the original game.