48 Best Free Games for Android (2022)

The best free games for Android turn your phone or tablet into a portal to incredible digital worlds. During these times, we know that we are spending more and more time on our smartphones, especially as they are our main tool for keeping in touch with friends and family. But there will also be times in the coming months when you just want to curl up on the couch and relax with one of the best Android games. That's where this list comes in.

The Google Play Store is home to many games, but there are an increasing number of games that are truly worth your time. If you know where to look, you'll find satisfying puzzles, platformers, and RPGs that can easily consume 100 hours of your time. We've sifted through them all to come up with this list of gems.

The problem is sorting out the many Play Store titles to find the most compelling games. And while many of the best Android games are free, you'll find some titles that require a payment to download. You may wonder if a particular paid game is worth it.

Don't worry: we've gathered the best of the best in one place, covering many different categories. Whether you want to spend hours on an RPG, play something with friends, or put your strategy skills to the test, we offer the best Android games we've seen.

Here are the 48 best free Android games you can play right now.

48. FIFA

Definitely the most popular football game for Android. FIFA Mobile has excellent graphics, flawless gameplay, great artificial intelligence and more content than any other game of its kind. FIFA has offline campaign, online leagues, PvP (player vs player), over 550 teams, multiple modes and much more.

Download FIFA here

47Hitman Sniper

  • Genre: Shooter

Eliminate targets with sniper rifles and rifles of many other models, completing risky missions around the world with the legendary Agent 47. It is important to find out who is the right target, or they will not complete the mission. There are over 150 missions in 10 different contracts. Compare your score with other players around the world.

Download Hitman Sniper here

46. Marvel Future Fight

  • Genre: Action

Fight against villains with the mighty Marvel superheroes. In this action-packed RPG, you can use the powers of Thor, Spider-Man, Black Widow, Captain America and more. Create your own team of superheroes and face other teams against real players while fulfilling different missions and unlocking secret content.

Download Marvel Future Fight here!

45. Candy Crush Saga Series

  • Genre: Strategy

Candy Crush Saga is the biggest hit of the match-3 genre ever made and one of the most successful games in history. With its addictive visuals and sound effects, the game has thousands and thousands of stages distributed among the various titles in the series. While the first stages are easy, over time you'll find yourself taking weeks to get past a single stage. Patience and attention are mandatory virtues in this series!

The 4 Candy Crush series games:

  • Candy crush saga
  • Candy Crush Soda Saga
  • Candy Crush Jelly Saga
  • Candy Crush Friends Saga

44. Injustice 2

  • Genre: Fight

Injustice 2 is a fighting game that brings together several characters from the DC universe. In all, there are more than 30 playable characters such as Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Joker, Flash, Bane and many other famous ones. The game's graphics are console-worthy and the gameplay leaves nothing to be desired. In addition to the versus mode, the game has a very interesting story and a well-crafted progress system in which you will spend time until you unlock all the characters and their upgrades. Undoubtedly a great game for both multiplayer and single-player.

Download Injustice 2 here!

43. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

  • Genre: Sandbox

One of Rockstar's great phenomena, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas continues with everything in its mobile version. With great graphics and gameplay faithful to the PC and console versions, the game is a delight for fans of the franchise who want to keep the action in the palm of their hand.

Download GTA San Andreas here

42. Saint Seiya Awakening

  • Genre: Strategy

Saint Seiya Awakening is a turn-based action and strategy game based on the famous Knights of the Zodiac series. The game faithfully follows the story of several arcs of the drawing and is perfect for those who are fans of the anime. Here you have access to dozens and dozens of playable characters, each with their own characteristics that help you build your team the way you want.

In addition to the action and strategy, the game is extremely attractive for those who like collecting games, as you will undoubtedly want to unlock all your favorite knights.

Download Saint Seiya Awakening here

41. Minecraft

  • Genre: Social Game

Minecraft is a hit even on cell phones. The phenomenon inspired the creation of numerous similar titles, becoming almost a new genre of games. In its Pocket version, Minecraft basically maintains all the features of the original version, with only a smaller world and a lower amount of resources.

Minecraft Pocket Edition is a game for all audiences, appealing to younger players with its LEGO similarities, as well as older players who want to create complex worlds.

Download Minecraft here

40. Pixel Dungeon

  • Genre: Roguelite

Pixel Dungeon looks like a roguelike pure and simple, but once you're a few floors into its underground dungeons, you'll unlock just how deep and complex a game is. The premise is straightforward: as a warrior, mage, rogue, or hunter, your goal is to dig deep into the earth to find an amulet, looking for stairs on every floor you find. You'll defeat ghouls and mice, open chests, buy items from stores, cast spells, find hidden doors, and face a boss once every five floors. But as you experiment, you will constantly discover new and unexpected mechanics. You can find seeds, for example, that you can turn into trap-like plants. You can jump into chasms to reach lower floors, at the cost of health. If you catch fire from using an unidentified item, finding water will put out the fire.

With each new run, your items and potions are reset and many start with unidentified properties. This can be good – healing or invisibility – or bad, like vertigo or paralysis. You can spot them with rare scrolls, or if you're feeling brave, you can just try them on and hope for the best. These risk-reward tradeoffs are what makes Pixel Dungeon so compelling. Do you steal an enemy's corpse in search of treasure and risk turning it into a powerful ghost? Do you try to open that chest, which might actually be a monster in disguise? If you can get past the difficulty and accept the fact that there's a lot of luck at stake, you'll find that Pixel Dungeon is one of the more involved roguelikes. Yes, you can play on PC, but mobile is your original spiritual home.

Download Pixel Dungeon here

39. Dota Underlords

  • Genre: Autochess

We've resisted putting an autochess game on this list until now, but it's become so popular that we can't resist anymore. All games in the genre follow roughly the same structure: you buy heroes from a random starting pool, place them in an 8v8 grid, and watch them face off against your opponents. It's not as simple as it sounds, and compiling the best round-to-round team takes a lot of tactics. Dota Underlords is the most polished game of its kind, thanks to the fact that it's made by Valve, the developers of Dota 2, so expect brilliant visuals and a (relatively) streamlined UI.

It's still in early access, so expect balance errors, but Valve is regularly updating it and improving over time. It's therefore the ideal path for the genre, and if you can't get enough of it, you can branch out to Auto Chess, another viable option.

Download Dota Underlords here

38.Another Eden

  • Genre: RPG

Finally: a complete JRPG that doesn't throw microtransactions in your face. Another Eden was written by Masato Kato of the famous Chrono Trigger, and is essentially a spiritual successor to that 1995 SNES classic, with a long story involving a boy traveling through time to save the world. Kato and fellow creator Yasunori Mitsuda, the composer of Chrono Trigger, wanted it to feel like a traditional JRPG without the trappings of mobile games, and it shows: free-to-play distractions never get in the way of your narrative or accessible turn-based combat.

If you want to level up your characters to the max and expand your party, then you'll end up grinding a lot or paying real money. But it's entirely possible to beat the game – and experience the story – with just free characters, and your party naturally expands over time. Exploration in four directions is simple, but it adapts to the mobile interface and you will never feel frustrated. Plus, it's free, so why not give it a try?

Download Another Eden here

37. UnCiv

  • Genre: Strategy

A completely free open source recreation of one of the greatest strategy games ever made – Civilization 5 – without a single ad. What's the trick? Well, it doesn't look as good as the real thing: it's a low-detail recreation of the Civ 5 Strategic Vision, meaning no fancy unit models or pretty landscapes. The UI is a little sticky too, but that's a small price to pay for such a great game.

It offers everything you need to guide a new civilization from birth to glory, whether by force or peace. Civ 5 is one of the best in the long-running series because of how many ways you can architect your rise to power (we prefer diplomacy to the sword), along with many unique factions, leaders, and units. This is your chance to play for free and on the go. Do not miss this opportunity.

Download Unciv here

36. Simon Tatham’s Puzzles

  • Genre : Puzzle

If the only games you want on your phone are easy-to-understand puzzles to play whenever you have a spare minute, then Simon Tatham Puzzles is pretty much the only app you need. It's a completely free collection of 39 different games, from Sudoku to Signpost, where you line up arrows to aim for a goal. Each puzzle is generated on demand and you can set the size of its grids and its difficulty, effectively creating an infinite number of puzzles to play with.

We love its simplicity, the controls always work and you can even use NFC to send a puzzle to your friend's phone. Drop your crossword and take this.

Download Simon Tatham Puzzles Here

35. Call of Duty: Mobile

  • Genre : First person shooter

A complete Call of Duty multiplayer game with flexible controls and a huge number of modes. The maps are pulled from the franchise's biggest hits - Nuketown is back, baby - and Battle Royale is consistently fun, with helicopters to fly and plenty of airdrops to lay claim to.

The touchscreen capture works surprisingly well, and after an hour you'll be hitting headshots with no problem. The online connection is always good and there are always enough players online to fill the lobbies. When one round ends, the next one starts almost instantly, and the only reason to give up is to attach the new scope you've unlocked to your marksman.

Download Call of Duty: Mobile here

34.PUBG Mobile

  • Genre: Battle Royale

Affordable Fortnite is the king of Android's battle royale, but PUBG isn't far behind. It's a more realistic and slower take on the genre, and the mobile version manages to pack almost all the features of the PC original into its touchscreen.

The UI looks messy, the paid loot pages can feel oppressive and you'll find the occasional bug, but you'll forget about all that once you manage to get a headshot from 120 meters, responsible for the bullet drop. Longer turn times and the large map allow you to think more tactically about your loot and positioning, while the need for patience makes winning – at least for us – more satisfying than in Fortnite. Check out the strategies for PUBG.

Download PUBG Mobile here

33. Hoplite

  • Genre: Strategy

A wonderfully addictive roguelike with a design as spartan as its main character: as a warrior in armor, you must clear hexagon-based maps to reach the stairs, which will take you deeper and deeper into a demon-infested world. It's turn-based and your moveset is small but powerful: you can jump, throw your spear, or stab enemies, and each is triggered by a set set of events (to stab an enemy, you must stand beside them and then move to an adjacent tile, for example). Enemies, from mages to archers, have their own moveset with set rules, and it's your job to figure out how they interact and plot the best part of it.

It's therefore part puzzle game, part turn-based strategy and part rogue RPG – on each randomly generated floor you can upgrade your character, eventually adding new abilities. It's a delicious combination, and the ease of understanding makes it fun to ruminate through each turn, figuring out which move is the most efficient. It reminds us, in that way, of Into The Breach, and that's high praise indeed.

Download Hoplite here

32. Plants vs. Zombies

  • Genre: Tower Defense

It spawned endless sequels, clones, and even a series of first-person shooters, but the original PopCap game is tower defense at its purest. If you've been in an undead-proof vault for the past ten years, then you might not be aware that the zombie apocalypse is upon us, and there's nothing to defend us from its gnashing teeth and gaping wounds except... . Yes, flowers and vegetables are our last hope. What starts as a barricade in Peashooters and Sunflowers' front yard slowly becomes an impenetrable force guarded by giant Wall-nuts. Flora's turrets hurl flaming projectiles and melons rip the heads off their staggering foes. The undead don't stand a chance.

Recently, the game has been watered down by ads and microtransactions, which is a shame, and the reason it's not at the top of the list - but it's still worth a try.

Download Plants Vs Zombies here

31. Pocket City

  • Genre: Yes

A flexible city builder that is powerful enough to let you build the city of your dreams, but still easy to pick up and understand. Touch controls are simple and intuitive and never overwhelm you with unnecessary icons and menus, just presenting you with what you need to know at any given time. Buildings and services unlock quickly, so you always have a new toy to play with, and once you get a picture in your mind of what you want to build, it's dangerously hard to get rid of. It's like the mobile version of Sim City that EA never gave us.

Download Pocket City here


  • Genre: Battle Royale

You might think of console and PC as Fortnite's natural homes, but millions of people play it on mobile: every time you log in, you're immediately confronted with 99 other players, all of whom want to kill you. The controls aren't as smooth as a controller or a mouse, but you can still be precise and before long, you'll be putting up walls and stairs with a tap. The on-screen sound cues, which indicate the direction of nearby footsteps, are a masterstroke and should be in every touchscreen shooter.

This is definitely a game that favors high-end phones, but it's free to see how well it plays on your device. It might take a while for you to get a real win when you're still getting used to the controls, but when you finally do, when you finally outmaneuver your opponent into that tense 1v1 finale, it will all be worth it.

Download Fortnite here

29. Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp

  • Genre: Yes

It's not the full Animal Crossing Switch game we've been waiting for, but Pocket Camp is genuinely enjoyable fun. Fishing, bug hunting, fruit picking and even designing your own van are relaxing ways to pass the time until the next big release, and dividing each activity into its own space is a good option for short touchscreen gaming sessions.

Everything is gentle, there are no constant reminders to invest your real money in a Nook-related loan, and you can even visit your friends' campsites. Log in every day, experiment a little, and expand your camp until it eventually feels like a virtual home away from home.

Download Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp here

28. Pokémon Go

  • Genre: AR adventure

Our childhood fantasy has come true, Pokémon Go places the little creatures all over the real world and asks you to catch them all. It has evolved, so to speak, a lot since its initial release, and you can find five generations of Pokemon just walking out the front door. Time of day and weather affect what 'mon spawns, and gym battles, raids, TM upgrades, and special evolution items offer something new to try every day. Being a Pokémon master is the best excuse you'll find to go to the stores.

Download Pokemon Go here

27. Alphabear: Words Across Time

  • Genre : Puzzles

Alphabear was an adorable puzzle game about placing tiles on a board to form words, opening up new space for your bear army to occupy. The letters gradually revealed themselves, and the sooner you used them in a word, the higher your score. Its bears were cute and its mechanics deceptively clever. The sequel, Alphabear: Words Across Time, is more of the same – albeit with a few new features that make it better than the original.

In addition to stats and bonuses, each bear now has a temperament, be it happy or grumpy. Using bears with the same temperament gives you bonuses, adding an extra layer of strategy. You can even send them to the Bear School to level up as a group, and new customization options will let you dress them up in wonderful outfits.

The backgrounds of each frame stand out more than before, and it even has a new built-in dictionary to teach you the meaning of each word. If you liked Alphabear, you'll love Words Across Time – but newbies will enjoy it too.

Download Alphabear here

26. Triple Town

  • Genre: Puzzle

Clearly, there's something about the number three that makes for brilliant mobile games (see Three! Above). In Triple Town, three grasses make a bush, three bushes make a tree, three trees make a hut, three huts make a red house, and so on. With careful planning, you can create bustling cities on your tiny, colorful maps. As you build, you'll have to avoid bears – three bears are a nightmare – and some even dress up as ninjas. They look cute, but they could mean curtains for your town. Keep building.

Download Triple Town here

25. Alto's Odyssey

  • Genre: endless runner

Alto's Adventure was the best endless runner on Android – until the sequel came along. The Odyssey swaps Alto's snowboard for a sandboard and sends him flying over dunes and canyons, performing jumps, tricks and grinds as you pick up speed.

The scenery is stunning, and the weather changes from perfect sunshine to flashes of lightning as you pass temples and deserted city skylines. It's all set to a soothing flute soundtrack that keeps you relaxed even when you crash, and procedurally generated levels make every run feel new. Whether you've played the original or not, this is a must-play game.

Download Alto's Odyssey here

24. Harvest Town

  • Genre: RPG

Harvest Town has already completed a year of launch, but it is also a title that follows among the main free mobile games. being very similar to Stardew Valley, allows the game to have its own farm and need to manage different situations. For management fans, this is a good free title.

Download Harvest Town here

23. Among us

  • Genre: Social Game

Its insane popularity may be waning, but Among Us remains a fun game that has the potential to ruin friendships. It's a game of deception. Anywhere, five to 10 players gather and perform tasks in space. There is an imposter among you though – sometimes some of them).

The regular crew members must survive the imposter, who tries to kill everyone. A good imposter turns the team against each other, blaming himself. It's usually a fun time.

Download Among Us here

22. Triple Agent

  • Genre: Social Game

Like Among Us, the Triple Agent deals with deception. There will be two teams, with one of them tasked with making the other team fend for itself. Be careful not to get sidetracked or tricked, as this could have consequences for your team.

The game is played on a single device with rules explained as you play. It's yet another awesome party game that brings people together by pitting them against each other.

Download Triple Agent here

21. Who Can’t Draw

  • Genre: Social Game

Who Can't Draw is like a modern version of Pictionary, but for your Android phone. The first person is given a word and does their best to draw it, before passing the device to the next player. That person has 15 seconds to copy the drawing and pass it on.

The last person tries to guess what the original word was based on the most recent drawing. It's actually a lot of fun for group get-togethers looking to play one of the best Android games.

Download Who Can't Draw Here

20. Transmission

  • Genre: Puzzle

Transmission is a calming game about networking. It can be quite difficult and complex, but it's also a lot of fun and quite tiring. Transmission puzzles allow you to create different networks of varying complexity.

While simplistic, the art style is beautiful, and you'll love the logic puzzles that Transmission throws at you. It's also completely free with no ads or in-app purchases, earning its spot on the list of best Android games.

Download Transmission here

19. Grimvalor

  • Genre: Platform

Grimvalor is part platformer, part RPG. It's a game about time, whether you're dodging or attacking. It's a pretty interesting game and a lot of fun to play, although some might find the final bosses challenging and/or frustrating.

Still, it's hard not to like Grimvalor, which slowly increases its challenge over the course of the game. There are some sharp difficulty spikes, but with enough tenacity, you'll be able to overcome them. The developers let you try the first Act for free before purchasing the rest of the game.

Download Grimvalor here

18. Oddmar

  • Genre: Platform

Oddmar is a beautiful platformer about a Viking exiled on a quest. It is a beautiful game with a beautiful artistic design and excellent gameplay. Oddmar offers unique enemies, obstacles, and little puzzles to overcome, but you'll likely be very distracted by the way this game looks.

Another great thing about Oddmar is the controls, which are designed extremely well. In fact, you may find that you don't miss having a controller to play with, because the on-screen controls are so good. Like Grimvalor, you get the first piece of Oddmar for free with a paid unlock after that if/when you fall in love with him.

Download Oddmar here

17 Genshin Impact

  • Genre: RPG

Genshin Impact remains one of the most popular games in the world, and for good reason. Despite some obscure gacha mechanics and monetization, the game is a nice twist on the formula of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. You have a huge open world to explore and there's a lot to do.

You'll need to take advantage of elemental combat and the character group system to have the best time in Genshin Impact. It is quite an addictive game that supports cross save with the PC version.

Download Genshin Impact here

16. Denying Reincarnation

  • Genre: RPG

Nier Reincarnation introduces gacha mechanics to Yoko Taro's series that focuses existential fear. It's about a girl trapped in the Cage, lost in the infinite vastness to atone for her sins. You'll encounter a ghost-like character along the way who calls herself Mama, who guides the girl through the Cage.

Nier Reincarnation is a strange game, as one might expect from Yoko Taro. The gameplay itself is command-based, where you issue commands for your characters to battle. There is an automatic mode for anyone who wants it. As a gacha title, Nier Reincarnation falls into the same pitfalls as other games in the genre, but it's a beautiful experience that shouldn't be missed.

Download NieR Re[in]carnation here

15. Vampire: The Masquerade – Night Road

  • Genre: RPG

Going very old-school, Vampire: The Masquerade – Night Road is a text-based RPG set in the World of Darkness. You play as a vampire messenger while being pushed into things far beyond your pay tier. The story is well written and your choices have a bearing on the outcome of the game.

Overall the writing is great, especially if you like the World of Darkness or vampires in general. There is a lot of freedom for the player and you can create a character that really suits you (with two additional clans available as DLC).

Download Vampire: The Masquerade – Night Road here

14. Gwent

  • Genre: Cards

Gwent is a spin-off of the popular The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt minigame. It's a deck builder very similar to Hearthstone, but set in the Witcher universe. You'll see characters you know and love from books and games too.

The player with the most points at the end of the round wins. Each card has a point value, but your opponent will be building his strength while attacking yours. It's a careful strategy game.

Download Gwent here

13. Hearthstone

  • Genre: Cards

Hearthstone doesn't need to be presented as the king of card games on Android. If you love the Warcraft universe, this is the strategy game for you, as Blizzard has created an addictive and rewarding experience.

One of the best things about Hearthstone is how accessible it is, while also having an incredibly high skill ceiling. Some people put hours into this game and it's easy to see why.

Download Hearthstone here

12. Legends of Runeterra

  • Genre: Cards

Legends of Runeterra completes the trifecta of the main deck builders on Android, but this one takes place in the League of Legends universe. It works much the same as Hearthstone, just with its own spin.

That said, Legends of Runeterra is a nice break from Hearthstone, but you won't have to relearn a whole new game.

Download Legends of Runeterra here

11.Asphalt 9: Legends

  • Genre: Race

Asphalt is a long-running and often mobile favorite racing series. The series pushes the envelope for both good and bad, and the ninth iteration, Legends, is no different.

You'll get the chance to drive some beautifully rendered supercars as you race to become a street legend. Overall, Asphalt 9 is a great racing game held back only by its monetization tactics.

Download Asphalt 9: Legends here

10. Data Wing

  • Genre: Race

Data Wing takes obvious inspirations from the movie Tron. It's an amazing game about transporting data from one location to another. The story is useful, the soundtrack is good and the controls are on point.

This is a great game for fans of retro waves. The Data Wing is completely free, and while you can finish it quickly, you'll probably want to go back and do it again.

Download Data Wing here

9. Mario Kart Tour

  • Genre: Race

Mario Kart Tour is a toned down version of the fan-favorite Mario Kart franchise (even more so than Mario Kart 8 Deluxe). The classic DNA is still here, made just for mobile devices.

While it might leave you wanting a more authentic Mario Kart experience, Tour is a fun little racing game for people who don't necessarily want the high-octane action you'll find in the other options on our list of best Android games.

Download Mario Kart Tour here

8. Riptide GP: Renegade

  • Genre: Race

Riptide is another long-running series, but this one involves speedboats (or water jets, to be more precise). Renegade is the same action many people grew up with, just on your phone. The story isn't too bad, with the game feeling like the equivalent of illegal street racing, just on the water.

Riptide GP: Renegade is a great game for the asking price, with a lot to do. It also supports multiplayer, both online and local split-screen.

Download Riptide GP: Renegade here

7. eFootball PES 2022

  • Genre: Football

Konami's eFootball PES is a football game with tight controls, solid gameplay and rewarding results. It is an effort by Konami to break into esports as it features an excellent competitive online mode.

The game's complexity adapts to your own play style. If you are a football fan, this might be the one for you.

Download eFootball PES 2022 here

6. Crash Bandicoot: On the Run!

  • Genre: Platform

The most famous marsupial in games also appears on our list! Launched in 2022, Crash's endless runner delivers lot of fun to fans of the character. Counting on outstanding features of the franchise and featuring characters already known by the public, Crash Bandicoot: On the Run! is certainly one of the most free mobile games interesting this year.

Download Crash Bandicoot: On the Run! on here

5. Critical Ops

  • Genre: Shooter

Critical Ops is among the newest generation of first-person shooter games and is one of the best. In this title, you will fight terrorists in a variety of urban levels or you can play as a terrorist if you want. It has a strong online multiplayer community where you can also play with your friends. It's still a work in progress, but it seems to hit all the right marks and is updated frequently. The only downside is that it doesn't have the player population of most popular shooters like PUBG, Fortnite or Call of Duty: Mobile.

Download Critical Ops here

4. Final Fantasy Brave Exvius

  • Genre: gacha

Final Fantasy Brave Exvius is perhaps the best Final Fantasy-themed freemium game out there. It features tons of elements from the original games, including real cities and dungeon explorations, hidden treasures, secret dungeons, and tons of lore. The game is simple to learn, but you need to think critically to beat tough bosses and opponents.

You are often rewarded for logging in to additional daily missions, missions and activities and help keep the game up to date. This is as good as it gets to be played for free. Square Enix released a spiritual successor, War of the Visions: FFBE in early 2020, and is an evolving strategy role-playing game that takes place in the same universe. You can find some other great gachas, including Square Enix's newest game, Romancing SaGa Re; universe

Download Final Fantasy Brave Exvius here

3. Clash of Clans

  • Genre: Strategy

Clash of Clans is one of the most popular mobile strategy games, and for good reason. Strategic gameplay allows players to build defenses, create a clan and engage in epic battles. Think Age of Empires or Civilization, optimized for mobile devices.

It's a PVP-only game, which means you play against other players (and an internet or cellular connection is required to play). There are millions of players and an interactive clan system to interact with. Players can join active clans or create their own clans and invite friends to join. You can even forge alliances with other teams and go to war with rivals. For those who like the competitive PVP environment, this is one of the best free strategy games for Android.

Clash of Clans has been criticized as a pay-to-win game due to the wide variety of in-app purchases that can affect gameplay. While these updates aren't necessary to enjoy the game, they can definitely give players an edge, so consider downloading something else if this style of play isn't for you.

On the other hand, SuperCell, the game's developer, puts substantial resources into the game's continuous update, regularly adding new features and game modes. Clash of Clans is evolving since the initial release of Android in 2022.

Download Clash of Clans here


  • Genre: Social Game

Roblox is one of the most popular games in the world right now. It's a sandbox game with a ton of content to play with. The game is old-fashioned by mobile gaming standards, but the ever-increasing amount of things to do keeps it relevant to this day.

Players can play things that other players create or create themselves. The mobile app has full cross-platform support with the other versions of the game and includes a chat function. Downloadable content is occasionally NSFW, so be sure to monitor your kids if you let them play. Here are some other great sandbox games too. You can also check out our list of the best Roblox games.

Download Roblox Here

1. Free Fire Battleground

Genre: Battle Royale

Certainly the most famous, played and popular Battle Royale for mobile devices with a good multiplayer challenge. In the game you will have to jump on an island with 50 other players. Playing alone, duo or in a team with 4 people, you have to win each battle and your task is to survive until the end.

You can use cool weapons like sniper rifles, automatic rifles, vehicles and more while communicating in real-time with your team.

Download Free Fire Battlegrounds here

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