5 Best Android Games of This Month
Android gaming is a pretty great option for anyone who doesn’t have enough time or just wants to play a game on anywhere they go. Not everyone can afford a premium Gaming Pc nor Playstation and Xbox that’s when mobile gaming comes handy too.
It is getting better and better each year it passes and is so compact and is useful for other things like calling, browsing and lot of other stuff (unlike those gaming consoles which you have to carry them where you go just for playing some games. There are a bunch of really awesome games available for both Android and Tablets including the IOS too.
However, sometimes it’s impossible for the users to choose the best one’ which is why we here at the crackor squad would like to pick up the top 5 Android games.
1) Leo’s Fortune
Developed by 1337 & Senri LLC, Leo’s Fortune is a video game available on almost every gaming platform. It is about Leo who is in search of a thief who had stolen his golds. The user has to guide Leo through 2.5-dimensional platform levels. There are currently 24 + bonus levels, divided into 5 chapters. The concept behind Leo’s Fortune was to make a platform gaming like the classic platformers of the late ’80s and early ’90s.
2) Dead Trigger
Dead Trigger is a first-person shooter, survival zombie themed game. it was released in on June 2012 for iOS and Android os and was paid app for both of the platforms but later it was switched to a free-to-play model supported by in-app purchases due to high piracy. Set in a world where thousands of humans have turned into a Zombie because of an unknown plague. According to the developer, the game was pirated at an unbelievable rate that they had to make it free.
3) The Room Two
Developed by a British based game developer, The Room Two is a three-dimensional puzzle game and was first developed for the IOS in 2013 and is the sequel of “The Room”. The player has to solve a series of puzzles and collecting mechanisms and clues to complete a level.
The haunting soundtrack and dynamic sound effects create a soundscape that makes it more exciting to play. The game was nominated for two BAFTAs – British Game and Handheld devices and was praised largely by the reviewers.
4) Asphalt 8: Airborne
Asphalt 8: Airbone is a Racing game developed by the most popular game developer, Gameloft. Released in the year 2013, Asphalt 8: Airbone is available right now in every portable gaming device. The April 2015 update added support for the Apple watch and The October 2015 update added support for the Apple TV.
It was the first game in the Asphalt series to use the game center for achievements instead of their own Gameloft Live. it also features an online player mode where the user can be played both locally via Wi-Fi, and globally via the internet. There’s also a Multi-player league where players compete against each other in online multiplayer races to win exclusive rewards.
5) Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour
This is my personal favorite game on Android. Even the successor of Modern Combat 4 lacks in several different places. I highly recommend anyone who likes one shooter games to try this out. So let’s start, Gameloft is again on our list because of its another massive popularity as well because of the awesome game. Yes, we’re talking about the modern combat 4: Zero Hour. It was released in the year 2012 and is available on almost every gaming platform.
The gameplay is similar to the previous three parts and there’s a Multi-player gaming option where the player has to choose whether they want to play in a team battle or Capture the flag. The game was mostly praised because of it’s graphics but was criticized because of it’s similarities with the Call of Duty.