Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Top 10 best games For Android 2018

Top 10 best games for Android 

Top 10 best games For Android 2018


Gaming Is The best way to entertain your self. But the Main Thing Is that, If the game has good graphics, good control and And good user experience then we  Can enjoy the gaming.  here Is the List of the top 10 android games of 2018 

 1  Clash of Clans

(Price: Free with in-app purchases)

I know this one was the obvious choice but let’s face it, we all love this game!

Clash of Clans is an RPG where you get to build the strongest of villages with defenses and armies including special units called Heroes.

Launched back in 2012 this game has witnessed constant and solid updates keeping its users hooked & never feels boring even after so many years.

Multiplayer battles are really good and you can even socialize with your friends & clan members.

What’s Good: Large variety of troops, infinite multiplayer matches and regular updates with a responsive UI.

What's Bad: In-App purchases can pit you against players with paid upgrades making it unfair at times.

 2  Dead Trigger 2

(Price: Free with in-app purchases)


If you love FPS and haven’t played this game then stop reading this right away and put the game on download first in the background.

Dead Trigger 2 is one of the highly acclaimekd FPS games on smartphones ever with an immersive gameplay and rich graphics.

Shooting zombies and making your way through never felt any gorier, I mean better!

What’s Good: Seamless gameplay, nice variety of weapons and enemies. Doesn’t get boring

what's Bad: Not easy to play on small screen devices.

 3  Asphalt Xtreme and Asphalt 8: Airborne

(Price: Free with in-app purchases)


Coming from the house of Gameloft these two are the tried and tested veterans of the racing genre on Android phones with the latter being a classic.

While Airborne offers nearly 100 cars and customization options to race across the streets of various land masses, Asphalt Xtreme takes the whole thing for off-roading with 35 vehicles and counting and five game modes!

Multiplayer options are smooth and the game can run on almost every decent device on the market today.

What ’s good: Rich games the ay, large variety of vehicles and game modes.

Whats Bad: Drains battery real quick and can cause lags in budget devices.

 4  Pokemon GO

(Price: Free with in-app purchases)



The game that caught the world by storm including the stock market to be honest, the game was downloaded over 500 million times in the first two months of its launch itself!
Launched in 2016 the game is an augmented reality UI based game where you roam around the real world catching Pokemon, battling for Gyms, and hitting up Pokestops to restock on items all with the help of your GPS so an active internet connection is a must. 

What more? You sure can lose weight by traversing so much everyday while reliving the old days in an attempt to personify the motto of ‘Gotta Catch’am All 

What’s Good: Brings the classic back to life, infinite playtime and makes one explore new places

Whats Bad: Needs an active internet connection all the time.

 5  Modern Combat 5

(Price: Free with in-app purchases)


Modern Combat 5 is as real as it gets to real life battlefield tactical strike scenarios juiced into a mobile game.

The missions and players are real world locations and human beings keeping everything as real as possible.

Graphics are sharp and don’t put unnecessary load on your phone making it easy to run on for almost all the phones out there.

With multiplayer squad vs squad matches and a fast paced solo campaign this will definitely be loved by CS: GO players

What’s Good: Moderate game size with a comprehensive gameplay experience. Isn’t too heavy on the phone hardware

Whats bad: None to be true

 6  Marvel Contest of Champions

(Price: Free with in-app purchases)


Superheroes incoming! Getting updates and characters on a frequent basis Marvel Contest of Champions is your destination to pit friends against friends and foes against foes in a limitless combination of one on one battles.

Detailed graphics, interactive gameplay & an underlying storyline told in form of chapters constituting of one on one battles is a plus point for this offering.

What’s Good: Good list of characters that keep updating occasionally.

Whats bad: Controls are a bit tricky and need to get used to

 7  Vainglory

(Price: Free with in-app purchases)


If MOBA games are your style then you can’t give Vainglory a miss!

Arguably the best MOBA game on Android till date the game features a MOBA gameplay where you fight your way through a mystical world using your skills and superpowers to ultimately fight a boss and save the day.

Playing in a team of four with three co-players being bot run you can pit against bots or even real players in multiplayer mode. More than two dozen characters to unlock & no freemium ware restrictions make this game a must-have.

What’s good: Excellent graphics and can utilize Tegra engine. Controls are extremely responsive even during complex battle scenes.

Whats bad: None to be true



 8  FIFA  Football

(Price: Free with in-app purchases)


Bringing the heat of the game to your precious smartphones the FIFA Mobile Football is a condensed version of the desktop version & the developers have done a fantastic job at reducing the size of this game at just under 100MB without affecting the gameplay even by a bit!

Single and multiplayer matches with a team of your choice and composition is a key feature.

Graphics are good and you can play the game for hours at a stretch thanks to its fluidic control system. A game must have for a football lover.

What’s Good: Small game size and rich list of players with a neat gameplay experience.

The Down Bad: Graphics could’ve been a bit better with a slight increase in size

 9  NOVA 3

(Price: Free with in-app purchases)


Gameloft brings the best in the line graphics to your tablets and smartphones in form of N.O.V.A 3, an action-packed shooter for your mobile phone or tablet where you play the role of an army man who comes back to our planet just to find out that it is invaded by aliens.

This is an unwelcoming sign for him, and as you would expect, this leads to a wide range of missions and intense gameplay moments that you need to overcome in order to find out the truth and save our planet.

You even get to use vehicles and mounted weapons to top everything up. In short, it’s like a miniature version of Crysis games on PC.

What’s Good: Impeccable gameplay with distinctive features that no other FPS has to offer on the market today.

Whats bad: Controls need a little getting used to and the game might not run on every smartphone.

 10  Riptide GP Series

(Price: $2.99)

A fast-paced, spine-chilling, tidal wave conquering game putting you in the role of a high profile racer who loses his reputation and ranking after getting caught & now returns back to action in a quest to be the very best once again, sounds familiar isn’t it!

A once pay and forget game with no in-app purchases makes it a lucrative offering for those who like fast-paced action.

Racing across water bodies on a high-end water scooter while performing mid-air acrobatics/stunts to earn extra points is something that will get you rocking up to your seat for sure. You can even go multiplayer and race against up to 8 players at once.

What’s Hot: Doesn’t lag even on budget level devices and the controls are quite responsive to the pace of the game.

The Down Side: Fewer customization options for the player and vehicles. Some upgrades can be really tough to earn especially the top ones.


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