6 Best Android Games of 2016

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There are games become available in conjunction with the desires of the user to ease away your d work stress and also ensure boredom does not set in. The year is still young and tons of new games can be anticipated. The games that are currently available for Android are exciting and will keep you focused on your phone’s screen – don’t be surprised if you can’t put these games down.

Dead Effect 2

Dead Effect 2

Dead Effect 2 derived its title from two other games –Mass Effect and Dead Space – Dead Effect 2 is yet another Android-supported game that has you killing mutants in a space station full of zombies while you try to solve mysteries in order to survive. You can customize the game movement controls. Best of all, it is free to play this FPS (FPS = First person shooter).

Get it on Google Play | Free

Rayman Adventures

Rayman Adventures

Rayman Adventures was first released for PlayStation. This is yet another auto-runner and side-scrolling game, which is now available for the Android. You can change the running direction, and there are various types of levels that range from triumphing enemies to collecting items. With Raymond Adventures you need timing that is highly accurate to jump over obstacles and avoid your enemies in order to clear the level.

Rayman Adventures is a free that in addition offers you discreet in-app purchases. This game is built on the well known formula of both Rayman Fiesta Run and Rayman Jungle Run. This high res game has flawlessly designed backgrounds, cartoon-like animations, and excellent navigation that makes it utterly awesome.

Get it on Google Play | Free

Downwell

Downwell

Initially Downwell was released for iOS and PC, but is now available for the Android. The game involves falling through the narrow screen while continuously blasting foes and you obtain items as you proceed. When you finalize a stage you get to chose from an excellent selection of perks that will help you to sail through the next level. Each level gets more difficult as you have a limited number of lives that you use when you undergo damage.

It is packed with limited Gunboots that you can replenish as well as ZX Spectrum-style graphics, there are specific controls in Downwell and enemies that are well-designed requiring continuous decision making in terms of strategy, risk and reward against them.

Get it on Google Play | $3

Cut the Rope: Magic

Cut the Rope: Magic

The Cut the Rope classic mobile title offer another sequel Cut the Rope: Magic. With the right timing and the right order following you are required to convey a rope-held candy piece into the mouth of Om Nom’s, who is the hungry critter, by cutting the supporting ropes. The game gets increasingly hard based on all of the challenges and ideally it makes you the player feel smart.

Get it on Google Play | Free

Color Switch

Color Switch

This just might be the most popular title on the Android game list. In Color Switch the player needs to avoid hitting moving destructions. This is done when you tap the screen to bounce the ball upwards. There are four different colors for the obstruction and the ball passes through the same color obstruction. Color Switch sounds hard in theory, however, pretty simple and definitely captivating.

Get it on Google Play | Free

Call of Champions

Call of Champions

Call of Champions is a MOBA (multiplayer online battle arena) game that is comprised of mechanics like item shops, lanes, and minions. There are three teams and the player, who is the hero, is from one of two teams and participates in a tactical clash that lasts 5-minutes. The heroes have various abilities that must be tactfully employed to bring down an enemy. Best of all the game is free-to-play.

Call of Champions borrows effective artistic and mechanical trends from the League of Legends, and rates as a first class MOBA. Developed by Spacetime Games, the game relies on balance and it also requires a powerful Android device to handle it.

Some of these games were available for the Android late last year, and are certainly still worth playing on your Android device. If you have an Android device, check out the Play Store for the many games you can play that can provide endless fun.

 Get it on Google Play | Free

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