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Top 10 Android Games for 2017

Top 10 Android Games for 2017

Are you looking for the best Android games for 2017? If so you have several options so it can be tough to find the best games of the year. The good news is that some mobile titles are top-notch game including the following ones:

1. Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions
Geometry Wars as series does have a big fanbase. It has been dubbed as one best indie games ever developed. This game continues tradition by launching 3D maps built from different shapes, which makes the game more difficult. The game also includes 100 levels, a dozen battle moes, and is played on several 3D grids. Tehre’s also super abilities and tons of HD/colorful explosions.

There’s the issue that the price is $10, which could be a problem for some fans. However, it’s also important to note that the game doesn’t include any in-app purchases. This is certainly a plus if you don’t want to spend a lot of money after originally buying the game.

2. Rockstar Games titles
The prices of these titles vary. Some fo the Rockstar Games are ports while others are built for mobile. Port titles include “Grand Theft Auto III,” “San Andreas, and “Vice City.” There’s also the adventure game “Bully” that’s based on a school student. Rockstar has created several fun-filled open-world games.

3. Minecraft: Pocket Edition

This $7 game includes in-app purchases. “Minecraft” has become one of the most popular franchises throughout the world among gamers of all ages. The game”Minecraft” let you in a digital world where you must mine and build objects, fight bad guys, and have fun doing whatever you want.

The game also includes a survival mode that let yous mine your resources and food. There’s also what is called creative mode. It provides you an unlimited supply of everything. A new feature of the mobile version includes updates that provide new content.

“Minecraft: Pocket Edition” has become one fo the most popular Android games of all time. You can also make in-app buys but they’re usually for customization items such as skin packs. This is a plus for kids playing the game as you won’t have to worry about them racking up a big credit card bill while playing the “Minecraft” game.

4.Word Cookies

This Amazing puzzle game was created by Bitmango, which is a small company that has created many famous games for android and ios. Some od them are Fruits Mafia, Roll the Ball, Words Crush: hidden words etc.
The goal in this game is to find hidden words thant can be formed using some given letters.
There are also some sites that can help you find all the answers for word cookies if you are stuck at any level in this game.

5. Crashland
This $5 game was released last year and has become one fo the all-time best Android games ever developed. The game involves an intergalactic trucker who crashes on a planet. The goal of players is to find out what’s happening, construct a base, collect/build different items. Another goal is to save the world from an evil plot.

“Crashland” is like an RPG game for character development and several items that can be collected and built. The game includes other features including the ability to eauto-srt your inventory. This game provides a lot of fon and includes several hours of content.

Another of the top features of the game is that you won’t have to deal with in-app purchases. Those can be tough to deal with even if the price of the game is low. Most of us don’t want to deal with buying extra stuff after purchasing the game.

6. Square Enix games
“squareEnix” is one of the few major developers that has been building mobile games since the beginning. They also have launched some of the top Android games available. For example, RPG fans an enjoy remakes of “Final Fantasy” titles, “Dragon Quest” games, and others.

The company also has several quality puzzle games including “Tomb Raider” and “Lara Croft Go.” There are also quality RPGs and shooters. If you’re a fan of freemium games there are several options including “Final Fantasy” titles. All of these titles give you a wide selection to select from.

7. Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft
This is a free game that includes in-app purchases. “hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft” was first released in 2014. Since then it’s remained one fo the top Android games of all time. The concept of the game is similar to games such as “Pokemon” since players are required to collect cards, construct decks, and then battle the other players using the decks.

There are some offline features of the game but it’s mostly online. You can also use battle.net to save in the cloud. That allows you to play the game using your mobile device or PC more easily. If you’re looking for a fresh game keep in mind that this title includes expansions that are rolled out often. That helps to keep the game new.

8. Riptide GP series
This $3 game is a GP game and one of the best racers for Android devices. “Ridetide GP Renegade” makes players a racer who’s been caught participating in an illegal street race. Then, you’ll have to try to get to the top again.

This game includes basic controls, excellent graphics, and a boost system to get an edvantage. The best part of the game is you need to only pay once. You won’t have to worry about in-app purchases and ads. Keep in mind that “Riptide GP2” has opt-in in-app purchases.

9. Pokemon Go
This game based on the famous Nintendo chacters is free and includes in-app purchases. “Pokemon Go” was launched in July 2016 and quickly became one of the all-time most popular Android games. The augmented reality (AR) game requires players to walk around the real world to find and catch Pokemon, fight in battles for Gyms, and go to Pokestops to stock up on various items.

“Pokemon Go” beat all sorts of mobile records in a short time. The game has had some servier problems and the developer is constantly working with various mechanics. Meanwhile, “Pokemon Go” is still an excellent game. Future updates for the game will change the mechanics, add more Pokemon, and provide other features to improve the game.

10. Rollercoaster Tycoon
This is one old-school PC game. One key feature is that it’s a simulation game that doesn’t include in-app purchases. The goal is to build amusement parks. Yo must design the park, construct rollercoasters, open shops, and find ways to keep your customers happy.

When you purchase the game you get the base game and “Rollercoaster Tycoon 2.” You can also get DLC packs through in-app purchases.

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