Top Games on Google Play Store

Google Play Store is full of great Android games, making it really tough deciding what to play. Well, here’s a list of top 10 Google Play Store games to make it easier for all those enthusiasts who are looking to play the best Android games. Most of them are free, some are not, but all of them will give an entertaining experience on the go.

Note: The titles mentioned here are not in any order of preference.


Price: $12

If you’ve never heard of or played Tropico before, it’s basically a construction and management simulator that lets you take on the role of El Presidente whose main goal is to remain in power in the Caribbean islands. You decide which approach to take, either rule as a ruthless military dictator or create a tourist haven or lead your people through a glorious industrial revolution that raises living standards for all. This unique mix of building sim and political strategy has got even more exiting with the arrival of a redesigned Tropico title. Get the keys to power with one simple payment of $12, no in-app purchases or ads, and you can play it offline.

Stardew Valley

Price: $12

A farming RPG may not sound like fun, but Stardew Valley will whisk you away to an intriguing, absorbing rural world full of exciting characters and strange new challenges. In addition to your agricultural responsibilities such as tending to your crops and raising livestock, you can juggle a romance and family too. Also, beyond the quiet village life, you can spend endless hours beach combing and exploring caves for rare materials and other goodies, but watch out for monsters. Packed with a variety of activities and mini games, the scale of this charming title is incredible, the pixel art is undeniably cute, and you can play gently at your own pace.

Dragon Ball Legends

Price: Free

Dragon Ball Legends is one of the best mobile game based on the manga and anime franchise we’ve seen yet. The game is so much fun, that it’ll turn even non-Dragon Ball fans into Dragon Ball fans. It sees you fight through a series of different levels, collecting abilities and characters along the way. Also, Legends adopts a portrait aspect, which makes it easy to play on the road.

Real Racing 3

Price: Free

If you want to burn some rubber in a wide range of meticulously detailed cars from top manufacturers on an impressive lineup of officially licensed tracks with 39 circuits at 17 real-world locations, then this sim racer is for you. With innumerable events to enter, cross-platform multiplayer, and lots of customization options, Real Racing 3 is one of the best racing games around.

PUBG Mobile

Price: Free

Skydive down to the island of Erangel, loot abandoned buildings, gather up resources, and kill, kill, kill until there’s only one person left standing out of the total 99. The first time you drop onto a map and see all of the Erangel Island sprawled out before you in real-time, on your mobile, is a surreal experience. Controls are inevitably a little awkward until you get used to them, but this is a tense shooter that will suck you right in. It also has other modes such as payload mode, zombie modes and so forth.

Into the Dead 2

Price: Free

Some years after the original’s debut, Into the Dead 2 is finally here and one can easily say its even better. In this pretty fun, well-made auto-run survival game, you’ll experience the zombie apocalypse as you race through maps to save your family. Along the way, you’ll pick up powerful weapons and do whatever it takes to put the undead down.

Harry Potter: Wizards Unite

Price: Free

Only a few years after the groundbreaking game Pokemon Go, Niantic is back with another location-based augmented reality game. Inspired by the Wizarding World and the Harry Potter franchise, in Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, puts magic in the hands of players worldwide. In this game you’ll discover new spells, move between stops, and protect the wizarding world from potential calamity. Safe to say, if you enjoyed Pokemon Go and are into Harry Potter, than you should definitely go for this game.

The Eyes of Ara

Price: $5

A mixture between Myst and The Room, The Eyes of Ara is a stunning puzzle adventure set in a gorgeous 3D environment, in which you explore a beautiful world, solve elaborate puzzles, unlock different rooms, and more. Originally released for PC, the game was is now available on mobile too and at $5, i think it’s a great deal for every puzzle game lover out there.

Pokémon Masters

Price: Free

Set on the island of Pasio, Pokémon Masters is a solid mobile release, and perhaps one of the most well-realized Pokémon game for mobile till now. The game sees you battling trainers, improving your Pokémon, and more. You can even play other trainers online and in the game.

Call of Duty: Mobile

Price: Free

Call of Duty finally comes to mobile with a game deliberately designed for touchscreen firefights. If you love your shooter action, then this one’s definitely for you. It comes without any cost, features a bunch of multiplayer modes (such as Battle Royale, 5v5 team deathmatch and so forth) and you’ll find some familiar classic maps and characters from other Call of Duty games including Black Ops and Modern Warfare. You can customize loadouts, get ranked, win prizes, and more. But more important than all of that is the fast, frenetic, satisfying gameplay and the thrilling 3D graphics and sound which combine to make this the best mobile shooter around right now.

Bottom Line:

This is just the tip of the iceberg; there are numerous more great mobile games on the Google Play Store. So, what are you waiting for get over to the Google Play Store now and start downloading.

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