Here is a list of the five of some of the best games on the Android market, along with a review of the game and what it brings to the screen for the gamers. Enjoy and make sure to take full advantage of what the Android market has to offer.
A fun and challenging jawbreaker game, Bebbled features Online, Freestyle and Campaign modes that allow for maximum play-time. You try to beat the preset score by matching like-colored orbs together. The more orbs matched together at once, the bigger the score. A fun twist to the game is the flip feature, which allows you to flip your phone in hopes of giving yourself a better scoring opportunity. The graphics are simple orbs on a customizable background. It is an addictive game that will keep the gamer striving for the next level.
Considered one of the hardest puzzle games for the Android, Red Stone tests your logic and problem-solving skills by giving you the challenge of moving the big red brick to the opening at the other end of the puzzle. You must manipulate and move the other pieces around the red brick to make room for it until you reach the other side. Although it seems simple, as you move from level to level, the thought needed increases exponentially. It has decent graphics, but it is a simple game, so great graphics aren’t needed. Can be very addictive but the challenge that comes along can be exhilarating.
With all of the Sudoku games on the Android market, it’s hard to find one that truly stands above the others. OpenSudoku does that in more than one way. It gives the gamer a clean, neat interface that allows for the lowest amount of distraction. It also allows gamers the ability to download 400 puzzles along with the 90 puzzles that come with the game. The simplicity and cleanliness of the game makes it so outstanding. It’s definitely the best Sudoku game available.
Robo Defense Free
By far the best, free tower defense game for the Android, Robo Defense Free is a great game with plenty of options and ways to play that keep the gamer from getting bored. The gamer can upgrade towers and place specific towers all over the map in, allowing for maximum strategy. Comes with eleven different levels of difficulty, whether you’re just in it for fun or whether you’re looking for a challenge. The graphics are solid, but could be better. Although it is only a trial version, the addictiveness and overall quality of the game makes the $3 full version well worth the buy.
Paper Toss is probably one of the simplest games on the Android platform. The objective of the game is to aim the paper ball towards the trashcan and throw it in. However, the task isn’t always as easy as it seems. With a few different levels and a fan with varying powers that blows the paper in a certain direction, what seems simple can take time and practice to perfect. Paper Toss has good graphics with interesting backgrounds that keep the game from getting dull. It’s a very addictive game that works great as a time waster.