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    let’s talk about which are the best android games can play on the phone.games can divide into 11 sections.1 Action and adventure games 2 Racing games 3 First-person games 4 Role-playing games 5 Arcade 6 Platformers 7 Sim and sandbox games 8 Endless runners 9 Puzzle and word games 10 Strategy games 11 Sports games.lets find out games in these sections.ypu can find these games on google play

    1 action and adventure games
    *Oceanhorn’
    best Android games Oceanhorn

    If you’re a Legend of Zelda fan, then Oceanhorn might be the game for you. The popular title features a solid narrative and terrific visuals, along with a captivating soundtrack. It’s pretty easy to play, too.

    * World of Warships Blitz’

    If you’re a fan of MMO games, then World of Warships Blitz might be a good choice. In the game, you’ll test your skills on the seas as you take on other battleships, cruisers, destroyers, and aircraft carriers.

    *‘Injustice 2’
    Best android games Injustice 2

    Fight as your favorite DC superheroes in the second iteration of this popular game which features better fighting dynamics, new moves, and many new characters to play as. The game even has an engrossing storyline, set in a future where Batman and his team are fighting against another group of heroes attempting to restore the Superman regime — then a new threat emerges.

    2 racing games
    *‘Real Racing 3’
    If you want to burn some rubber in a wide range of meticulously re-created cars on an impressive lineup of real tracks from around the globe, then this is the game for you. With countless events to enter, cross-platform multiplayer, and lots of customization options, this is one of the best racing games around

    *Motorsport Manager Mobile 2’ ($4)
    Motorsport Manager Mobile 2

    If you’ve ever dreamed of building your own racing team, then this in-depth sim is for you. Research and develop upgrades for your cars, hire and fire engineers and drivers, and formulate winning strategies to take pole position across three championships

    3 First-person games
    * ‘PUBG Mobile’
    PUBG Mobile

    Skydive down to Erangel Island, scavenge what you can, and kill, kill, kill. You’ll take on 99 other people with the same idea, but there can be only one victor. Controls are inevitably a little awkward until you get used to them and there is just one map, but this is a tense shooter that will suck you right in.

    *‘N.O.V.A. Legacy’
    NOVA Legacy

    As a grizzled, retired Near Orbit Vanguard Alliance soldier you must investigate the Colonial Pride Frigate and take on an alien force that threatens to destroy humankind. This sci-fi shooter series is as close as you’ll get to Halo on an Android phone. You can also play online in 8-person multiplayer matches.

    * Into the Dead 2’
    The original Into the Dead game was pure zombie-killing fun and the follow-up is even better. In this action-packed 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 those zombies down.

    4 Role-playing games
    * ‘Eternium’
    Hack and slash your way through armies of demons, zombies, and other nasties as you amass a king-sized bag of loot in this well-crafted action RPG that reminds us of Diablo. While there are in-app purchases, the developers have a refreshing free to play philosophy which means you don’t have to shell out any real cash to complete the game.

    *‘Pokémon Go’
    Pokémon Go, the spiritual successor to Ingress, uses the camera on a player’s smartphone to create a Pokémon-themed alternate reality experience, one where players see various Pokémon appear in the world through the camera lens. Players can capture these Pokémon and use them to take over gyms, which are found at various landmarks throughout the world.

    5 Arcade
    * R-Type’ ($2
    This side-scrolling shooter is an arcade classic from the late ’80s. It challenges you to pilot a small spacecraft to victory over the Bydo alien empire across eight levels, each with its own special boss waiting to blast you to oblivion. You’ll need some serious shooting skills and all the power-ups you can get if you expect to make it through this classic, but completely unforgiving shooter. If you like, then check out R-Type II as well.

    *‘Pac-Man
    Some games stand the test of time better than others. Classic arcade game Pac-Man is still giving gamers a run for their money nearly four decades after its release. The Android Pac-Man app stays true to the original format while adding a few new levels to keep things fresh.

    6 Platformers
    * Sonic the Hedgehog’ ($0-$3)
    Sonic the Hedgehog is a true classic, one Sega has finally brought to smartphones with the Sega Forever collection. If you weren’t already aware, the game sees you racing through a series of levels as the titular character, collecting rings and defeating enemies as you do.

    * Badland’
    This is a compelling fusion of gorgeous artwork, accessible gameplay, and clever design. You have to guide your hedgehog-like creatures through a deadly forest teeming with life and machines.

    7 Sim and sandbox games
    *‘Minecraft — Pocket Edition’ ($7)
    The phenomenon known as Minecraft made an incredibly successful jump to smartphones, giving fans of the franchise the ability to mine, explore, and build their way to 8-bit glory anywhere

    * Project Highrise’ ($4)
    If you have fond memories of Sim Tower but crave a skyscraper sim with even more depth, then you need Project Highrise in your life. This is the best skyscraper simulation you’ll find. There’s a choice of sandbox and campaign modes in this faithful port. Can you build a successful tower, attract plenty of tenants, and keep them happy? We recommend a big screen phone or tablet for this game

    8 Endless runners
    * Super Mario Run’
    Mario fans will love the new and exciting runner from Nintendo, which brings many of the classic elements of the original Mario games into a slightly different take on the title through Super Mario Run. The game, which was originally available only on iOS but finally made its way to Android, marks what is arguably the beginning of Nintendo’s push into mobile, and it’s a great first attempt

    * ‘Alto’s Adventure’
    Alto’s Adventure was only recently added to the Google Play Store, but it’s an absolutely stunning design that’s addictive, and easy to play, too. It’s been getting rave reviews for its beautiful visuals, and even watching videos of others playing the game is mesmerizing — though playing it is even more so.

    9 Puzzle and word games
    * ‘Vandals’ ($4)
    If you enjoyed Hitman Go, then this turn-based puzzler should right be up your street. Sneak through various cities to outsmart the cops and tag the best spots with your own graffiti. You’ll even get a wee history of street art as you progress.

    * Florence’ ($3)
    Climb aboard an emotional rollercoaster with Florence and play through a series of vignettes in this brief, interactive storybook which captures the excitement of a budding romance. Beautifully crafted and unlike most Android games, this gentle puzzler from the designer of Monument Valley is unique.

    10 Strategy games
    * Fallout Shelter’
    Even if you’re not a Fallout fan, this addictive sim is one of the best Android games around. Tunnel into the earth and build a vault to provide for your dwellers. Can you keep them alive in the face of raiders, radroaches, and other threats?

    * Plants vs. Zombies 2’
    Carefully construct your garden of doom to take down the onslaught of zombies before one of them eats your brains. Set across several themed worlds, this game looks and plays great.

    * ‘Clash of Clans’
    Build up your settlement, plan your defenses, raise an army, and guide your tribe to victory against nasty goblins or other clan leaders. It’s a good combination of slow planning and quick chaotic battels

    11 Sports games
    * ‘Pro Evolution Soccer 2018’
    Pro Evolution Soccer has long been a staple among soccer fans, and for good reason. While the game has traditionally been played on the PlayStation and PC, in recent years it’s been available on mobile as well — with great results. The game is free, too, though if you do pay money you may be able to get extra players.

    * Hockey Nations 18’
    The Winter Olympics may be over, but that doesn’t mean that the ice hockey has to end. Hockey Nations was made as a kind of promotion for the Winter Olympics and allows you to play as one of 40 North American teams, 27 Russian League Teams, 19 international teams, or two all-star teams. Safe to say, if you’re into ice hockey, this might be the game for you

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