Android Games

Games for Android Devices

Four in a Row

Four in a Row is a modern version of the classic game. Published by Optime Software, the game will have you tapping tokens on a grid in an attempt to fill a row with four of them. It looks very simple and it is easy to learn, but winning is another matter, which makes it a very addictive game.

Where’s My Water? Free

Where’s My Water from Disney is an exciting physics based puzzle game. Your objective is to route water for an alligator named Swampy. The game is notable not just because Swampy is Disney’s first original character for mobile phones, but because it’s really good. Swampy the alligator hates being dirty, so you need to give him regular baths, but it’s easier said than done.

Epic Raiders

Epic Raiders is one of the most exciting RPG arena games for the Android. Published by Gamevil Inc, it allows players to create groups of fantasy figures and battle monsters in stunning 2D. The easy game controls, catchy music and sharp and cute graphics make it stand out from other RPG games in the market.

Hambo

Hambo is one fun action game for the iOS and Android. In this game from Miniclip you play a pig named Hambo and your goal is to blast your way through various levels and find your buddy. Unlike similar games, your weapons here are extremely varied, adding a different twist to the genre.

Subway Surfers

Subway Surfers is one of the more exciting runner / action games for the iOS and Android. With its smooth graphics and simple controls, you'll have no problems picking up the game and having a blast. Created by Kibo, the premise is very simple; run as fast as you can and avoid the cops. It's simple all right and a lot of fun.

Checkers Free

The game of checkers has been around for a long time, and made their way into desktops laptops and smartphones. Checkers Free from Optime Software is one of the best looking ones for the iPhone yet. The design is simple and clean, something that has become a trademark of the company. Controls are intuitive; tap a piece to select and tap to where you want to put it. The game has an undo button in case you move in the wrong area. The options menu allows you to turn the sound effects on or off, use forced jumps or not and many others.

Stickman Snowboarder Free

Stickman Snowboarder Free comes from Turbo Chilli, the same team that gave you Stickman Skater and Stickman BMX. This action / sports / adventure game has all the features that made the first two hits, and adds a whole lot more. The objective is simple: you just jump, grab, slide, spin and grind to victory. Use your snowboard to fly around ski slopes in various cities and terrains. The game is very easy to learn, but it takes a lot to master it. That’s one of the reasons why Stickman is such a hit.

Brightwood Adventures

If a cute game is on your list, then Brightwood Adventures is just the thing for you. This little treat is definitely something that will keep the younger folks in the house, busy for a while, giving you some well deserved break. The game was created by Kiwi Inc, a developer that really garnered impressive download figures with their previous game, Monster Park.

Tiny Tower

Tiny Tower is one of the most popular games for the iPhone, and understandably so. For one thing, it is very simple to learn; you build a tower and maintain it. Only minimal skills are required. Every time you play the game, you’ll progress. But there’s more to this game from Nimblebit of course. Your goal is to provide work for the Bitizens (the tower’s residents). It is like a virtual ant farm. You start with one tower and a lobby. If you go through the tutorial, you will be able to create your first floor and the production floor.