Top Android Games

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These are the best of the best free Android games!

We’ve got the absolute best free Android games here that play great on the big and small screen alike. Whether you just picked up a new Android device or just looking for a cheap way to kill time, you’re in luck!

It’s worth keeping in mind that just about all of these free games employ in-app purchases of some kind or another. We know there are plenty of players out there that would willingly pay up front for a quality title, and for you we have a few other round-ups of the best Android games.

Still, there are plenty of good free games out there worth trying. We’re trying to avoid “lite” games, since you won’t get a lot of replay value by only having the first couple of levels and being pestered to upgrade (pay) for the rest. That said, if the freemium model is a dealbreaker, this probably isn’t the round-up for you. Developers gotta eat.

Don’t be shy to sing out in the comments with your favorite free games for Android. Without further ado, here’s the list of our top ten free Android games.

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Trivia Crack is where you can see just how much knowledge you’ve crammed into your noggin’. Players test their brains in categorized duels against their friends and randoms online, with the added benefit of being able to use power-ups to get around questions. Go head-to-head with and you can win one of their unlocked characters, but if you lose, they get one of yours.

In-app purchases can buy you coins for power-ups, or get extra lives to avoid the wait timers. The active community is constantly submitting new questions and translating existing ones, so you’ll never be lacking for fresh content.

Be sure to try out too; it’s a bit lighter on the in-app purchases. If you fancy yourself a know-it-all, Trivia Crack is the testing ground.

Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft

Hearthstone is a fantastic free turn-based card game for Android. Players summon creature cards and cast spell cards based on the familiar fantasy Warcraft universe in an attempt to defeat a rival hero. Every one of the nine characters available has their own unique special ability as well as a sizable batch of collectible and craftable cards.

Casual online games, ranked matches, and grueling Arena games appeal to varying levels of difficulty. In-app purchases provide access to the Arena or to buy new packs of cards, though both can be acquired with coins earned by completing daily quests.

Keep in mind that for the time being, Hearthstone is a tablet game, though . As far as free card games for Android go, Hearthstone has quickly become a classic.

The premise of Crossy Road is very simple: you have to get the chicken to cross the road so he can get to the other side. The catch is that there is no other side, and you’re just dodging traffic, speeding trains, torrential rapids, and hungry eagles for as long as possible before meeting an inevitable and grisly demise.

Single taps move your blocky character forward, and swipes can move them left or right. Old school gamers will sense plenty of familiarity with Frogger. You collect coins in the process which can buy random new toons to embark on this quest of ultimate futility. If there’s one character in particular you want to get, they’re available individually through in-app purchases.



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