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10 best Android games of 2017

10 best Android games of 2017

Android Games

Playing with Android cell phone is really awesome the reason being that you can find some wonderful game apps at the Google Play Store. Also with Samsung android tablets big screen the games interface and animation just are superb. Here find the 15 best Android games of 2017 that you will really love to enjoy on your Androids. But do remember these games may not be free and require some in app purchases.

1. Crashland– $4.99


Crashland was released in 2016 is the best Android games ever made. It features an intergalactic trucker that ends up crash landed on an alien planet. You need to find out what’s going on, build yourself a base, collect various items and craft them, and save the world from a nefarious plot. It has an RPG element for character development, loads of items that you can collect and craft, and the game makes itself easier by doing things like auto-sorting your inventory. You will have fun for hours here. Also there are no in-app purchases to get in the way.

2. Fallout Shelter– Free with in-app purchases

Fall out

Fallout Shelter was released in 2015 and in this game you must build a fallout shelter (roll credits), populate it with people, and then manage everything so that it runs well. You’ll have to send dwellers out into the wastelands for supplies and fend off bad guys trying to kill everybody. You can make babies, create entire communities, and all kinds of stuff. It has substantial depth and it’s a game you can easily play for months before you even realize it has in-app purchases.

3. Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions– $9.99

Geometry Wars

The Geometry Wars series has been consistently described as one of the most enjoyable indie games ever made. Geometry Wars 3 continues that proud tradition by introducing 3D maps constructed out of various shapes to make the game more challenging. It features 100 levels, 12 battle modes, and it’s all played over 15 3D grids. As per the norm, you’ll have super abilities and all of the HD, colorful explosions that your brain can handle. $9.99 may seem pricey for a game app, but there are also no in-app purchases.

4. Hearthstone Heroes of Warcraft– Free with in-app purchases


Hearthstone Heroes of Warcraft is one of the best Android games similar to games like Pokemon where you collect cards, build decks, and the duel other players using those decks. There are some offline components but the game is pretty much always online. You can also engage with cloud saving via battle.net which will allow you to play the game on your laptop or cell phone interchangeably.

5. Minecraft: Pocket Edition– $6.99


Minecraft is a popular game all around the world for people of all ages. For those who have never played, Minecraft puts you in a giant world where you mine stuff, build stuff, beat up bad guys, and do pretty much whatever you want. There is a survival mode where you must mine your own resources and food along with a creative mode that gives you unlimited everything. It’s a mainstay when it comes to Android games and it also has no in-app purchases.

6. Pokemon Go– Free with in-app purchases


Pokemon Go exploded onto the cell phone gaming scene in July 2016 and immediately became of the best Android games ever. It’s an augmented reality game similar to Ingress where you walk around the real world, catch Pokemon, battle for Gyms, and hit up Pokestops to restock on items.

As you walk around a neighborhood, your smartphone will vibrate when there’s a Pokémon nearby. Certain Pokémon appear near their native environment—look for Water-type Pokémon by lakes and oceans. Visit PokéStops, found at interesting places like museums, art installations, historical markers, and monuments, to stock up on Poké Balls and helpful items.  As you level up, you’ll be able to catch more-powerful Pokémon to complete your Pokédex. You can add to your collection by hatching Pokémon Eggs based on the distances you walk. Help your Pokémon evolve by catching many of the same kind. As your Charmander evolves to Charmeleon and then Charizard, you can battle together to defeat a Gym and assign your Pokémon to defend it against all comers.

7. Riptide GP series– $2.99


The Riptide GP games are perhaps the best racers available in all of Android gaming. The latest title is Riptide GP Renegade. In this one, you’ll play as a racer who loses their credentials after getting caught in an illegal street race. You’ll battle your way back to the top from there. The game features good graphics, simple controls, fun tricks, and a boost system to help you gain an edge.

Perhaps the best part about Renegade is that it’s a pay-once game so there are no ads and no in-app purchases to screw things up. In fact, all three games in the series so far have been pay-once, although Riptide GP2 does have optional in-app purchases if you want to max out your stuff faster which you can do yourself with a bit of grinding.

8. The Room series– $4.99

Room Series

The latest game in The Room series is just as big of a hit as its predecessors and they remain among the best Android games. For those who have never played the game before, The Room is a beautifully done puzzle game that involves a number of unique objects in a room that you must solve to unlock their secrets. You progress from room to room to find even more unique objects and solve their puzzles until you win the game. The third one includes cloud saving, multiple profiles, alternate endings, and the same beautiful puzzles and graphics that drove people to play the first two titles. There are also no in-app purchases.

9. This War of Mine– $14.99

This war of mine

This War of Mine is a survival game, you lead a crew of civilians in a city torn apart by war. You’re tasked with making difficult decisions that have heart wrenching results with survival being the key. It comes with good graphics, plenty of content, and a hefty price tag with no in-app purchases. It’s one of the deeper Android games that can really get the emotions going.

10. Unkilled– Free with in-app purchases


Unkilled is the latest zombie shooter from Madfinger Games, the same developers that brought us such Android games as Dead Trigger 2 and Shadowngun. In fact, unkilled has replaced Dead Trigger 2 as the best zombie shooter on Android right now. It features great graphics, over 300 missions to complete with boss fights, various weapons and things to unlock and upgrade, online PvP mode, and the graphics get even better if you’re using a Tegra X1 device. You will love this  freemium game when played on your Android cell phone.
You can download all these wonderful game apps from Google Play Store and enjoy.