The 10 Best Android Games to Play on Your Mobile Phone

The 10 Best Android Games to Play on Your Mobile Phone

Whether you’re waiting in line at the bank or riding the subway to work, there are times when you just want to get your mind off of things and play a fun game. Playing these games on your mobile phone is an easy way to do that, whether you’re on Android or iPhone devices (or both!). The following list of the best Android games includes casual puzzle games, strategy games, first-person shooters, and more! You won’t be able to put any of these down once you start playing them! So what are you waiting for? Download them now!

1) Not Hotdog
There are plenty of fun mobile games out there, but how do you find them? The Google Play Store has a ton of options, but it’s hard to know what will be good without checking user reviews and ratings. Don’t let random app purchases affect your sanity! Find out which mobile games you should download from trusted sources. Here are some of our favorites: [Mobile Game Title] Description: [Use description from app store] Platforms: [platforms on which game is available] Price: [cost in dollars or foreign currency/ freemium or paid with in-app purchases] Rating: [rating given by users in stars] Author Review: [your own review of app].

2) Unroll Me
If you’re always looking for a good time, roll up your sleeves and get ready for Unroll Me. This colorful game is all about moving a ball along a track and earning points by passing through rollers, jumps, and holes. You can also play other players from around the world. It’s simple and fun – just be sure not to lose your patience!

3) Jetpack Joyride
One of my favorite games of all time, from my one of my favorite developers, is called Jetpack Joyride. In it, you play as a character named Barry Steakfries who must survive in a futuristic dystopian city that was destroyed by robots. While Steakfries doesn’t have any real powers (beyond being able to fly), he does get two things: A jetpack and an assortment of random weapons. You run around each level avoiding robotic enemies and collecting coins, while shooting at anything that moves with your awesome arsenal. If you can avoid getting hit long enough, you can even upgrade your armor and weapons to make yourself more durable or powerful—it’s just like earning experience points in other games!

4) 9 Innings: 2013 Pro Baseball
The most realistic baseball game ever made is now out for Android! One of 2012’s top selling and highest-rated games is back with expanded rosters, better graphics, and new game modes. The next-gen MLB experience features sharp player models, vastly improved stadiums and ballparks, animations and cut scenes that bring your favorite players to life like never before. Now you can field a team from all 30 MLB teams, as well as real minor league squads from each organization. Want more? 9 Innings: 2013 Pro Baseball also includes a 16-game World Series competition complete with season standings.

5) Hill Climb Racing 2
Hill Climb Racing 2 is a much better option than I thought it would be. While fun, I’m not sure it compares to other popular mobile games like Clash of Clans or Candy Crush Saga. Hill Climb Racing 2 features lots of different vehicles and tons of tracks (40 total) which will keep you busy for hours. With lots of upgrades and customizations available, there are also plenty of reasons to come back for more after completing all challenges.

6) Doodle Jump
When it comes to mobile gaming, it’s tough not to include Temple Run 2. The original was such a hit that they made a sequel, and while there are some technical improvements (like better graphics), we can assure you that you won’t mind playing through all of them. This game is insanely fun, challenging and addicting (in a good way). Plus, what more could you want out of a mobile game than running away from crazy monkeys?

7) Temple Run 2
Temple Run is an exhilarating 3D game that requires fast reflexes and a lot of focus. Players must run through forests, temples, and cities while dodging obstacles—and occasionally jumping or sliding over them. It’s similar to Super Mario Brothers in that players can jump on platforms as they run through levels. If you enjoy running games, you’ll love Temple Run 2.

8) Where’s My Water? 2
Disney’s latest take on its popular Where’s My Water? series of mobile games is a lot like its predecessors, with a few new challenges that make it all the more entertaining. This time around, Swampy (the alligator star of previous Where’s My Water? iterations) has to get water to an in-ground pool. As with previous versions, you have control over various environmental factors that are in play, as well as obstacles (this time mostly wildlife) that stand in your way. Of course, you also have help from various objects and tools that can be unlocked along your path. Given Disney’s history with mobile titles, it should come as no surprise that Where’s My Water?

9) Traffic Rider
Traffic Rider has been around for a while, but it only came onto our radar earlier in 2017. This game was released a few years ago and became popular enough that it’s now being used as a platform to introduce new characters and expand its universe—something we aren’t seeing from many other mobile games right now. As you may have guessed, Traffic Rider is all about driving… in massive traffic jams. That’s what we love about mobile games—you can whip out your phone whenever you have a few minutes of downtime, play for five or ten minutes, and then put it away again when you need to get back to work.

10) Running Fred
This is a fairly straightforward endless running game—the object of which is to run, run and then maybe just run some more. As far as endless runners go, Running Fred doesn’t exactly stand out with its graphics or playability, but it does have a certain charm (we find ourselves rooting for ol’ Fred) and it’s one of those games that will help pass time quickly. And if you really like endless runners with an aesthetic leaning toward cuteness, there are plenty more from which to choose. Just steer clear of Crossy Road , please—that game is so cute we can barely stand it! This makes us want to squeeze our eyes shut until it stops being so darned adorable!