Best Games for Android Free
A smartphone game is like your favorite dish; You need to do this all the time. At least 5 Android games are installed on an average smartphone, but for game enthusiasts, the number may exceed a dozen.
Tencent’s PUBG Mobile has become the world’s highest-grossing smartphone game, defending Arena’s Veer. PUBG mobile revenue increased 652 percent year-over-year to $ 496 million for the period, according to a latest data from Sensor Tower. The company also launched a lighter version of the same – PUBG Mobile Lite. It is the toned-down version of PUBG Mobile which hit the Indian market in July this year. PUBG Mobile Lite has a small map made for 60 players, meaning fast paced games that last 10 minutes while still being a traditional PUBG style game.
Zombie Assault: Sniper
Zombie Assault Sniper is the third version, it has better graphics. This game is truly a testimony to your skills as a sniper. The game is about a virus that has spread around the city like wildfire and people are turning into zombies. Those who dare to struggle against such viruses and organisms hide themselves in markets, warehouses or any other safe place and are waiting to be rescued. Your mission is to kill all those zombies. You have to upgrade your skills and weapons by purchasing ammo, grenades, while Med0Kit will activate you when you are running out of your life. Choose your mission and enjoy shooting zombies to save people. To get more money, you can go for daily tasks to earn 2000 points.
Mortal Kombat X
Mortal Kombat X is one of the best fighting games on the mobile platform. While Tekken and Injustice 2 are also terrible, their mobile versions may not replicate the same experience they offer on the console. Mortal Kombat X remains an exception in this regard. The iconic character, over-the-top moves and brutal murders all fall in Mortal Combat X in a visually stunning look. There is plenty of gore and bloody violence, all captured in surprising detail, something that is a signature element of the franchise. You can engage in a 3V3 fight with three fighters on your side and create a roster of different characters, challenge other players at Online Bloodfest, and get help from allies during a fight.
Another very popular name, Fortnite, is everywhere now, about every platform. With the mobile version, you can play on any platform including Android, and you can also play against players on different platforms including PC and console players. There is no support for a physical controller, which makes it somewhat more challenging to play, and to be fair, this version is not as polished as PC and console games. However, it is still Fortnite, and it is a great game to try and get lost in a few hours.