While many are content playing 8-bit games on their smartphones and tablets, others would like to take full benefit of what their HD display can handle, and therefore they want to play games with impressive graphics. Here are 4 of the best HD games for Android that will impress you.
#1 Real Racing 3
Some criticize Real Racing 3 because it requires so many in-app purchases in order to be able to progress through it. However, at the end of the day, this is by far one of the most graphically impressive games available on Android. Be prepared, because this is a big app at over 1 GB. Be sure to check out the awesome offline mode. Real Racing 3 is free and has no ads. It requires Android 4.0 or higher.
#2 Dead Trigger 2
This is the second part of Dead Trigger for Android, a very popular HD zombie-slaying game. Dead Trigger 2 requires high-performance hardware, and when played on a HD display, you’ll enjoy a graphics experience like nothing you’ve had before. Even if you don’t really like point-and-shoot games, you’ll want to try this out just so you can admire the graphics. When installing this app, you need to be aware that it’s 465 MB in size. Dead Trigger 2 is free with no ads. It does require you to be connected to the internet. It includes in-app purchases, and you must have Android 4.0 or higher.
#3 Wild Blood
This HD fantasy game has impressive graphics, and it borrows many elements from the Knights of the Round Table and the legend of King Arthur, and puts them into the Wild Blood action game. The narrative is pretty basic, what matters here is the dazzling imagery. This game was created using the Unreal Engine, and it is superior to showcase Android visually. It has a low price of US $6.99, with no ads, and includes in-app purchases. It requires an internet connection and Android 2.3 or higher.
#4 Walking War Robots
The name might be silly, but Walking War Robots provides an excellent blend of graphics and gameplay in the Android mech genre. You can jump into the online arena as a digital war robot and enjoy blowing up adversarial machinery. It functions as a 6 vs 6 team game with the goal of eradicating the other mechs and/or having more flags when the time expires. There isn’t much of a downside to this game except for the lack of maps. It has only three maps, which doesn’t give the player too much variety. Walking War Robots is free with no ads and includes in-app purchases. It requires an internet connection and Android 4.1 and higher.