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Best Top 10 Addictive Android Games you need know


Dong Nguyen, how many of you guys know this name? He is the developer of that 2013 massive hit addictive game FLAPPY BIRD, which earned him $50,000 a day from in-app advertisements as well as sales. Later was removed from both Apple’s App Store and Google Play by its creator on February 10, 2014, due to guilt over what he considered to be its addictive nature and overuse.

Sometimes the simplest games are the best. They’re easy to play, yet they can be insanely addictive and provide hours upon hours of gameplay enjoyment. That’s the reason, the trend didn’t stop with Flappy bird, developers took it as one inspiring story and starting building apps esp. games. The number of Game apps are increasing day by day but which one is the best time killer. Here in this post I’m listing out those top 10 games which I found to be most addictive and are worth checking out.

Best Top 10 Addictive Android Games you need know

1. Four Letters

How many four letter words can you think of? No, this isn’t some crass joke. It’s the concept of Prodigy Design’s new word game, Four Letters. Four Letters assigns players the deceptively simple task of rearranging four random characters into a word. It may seem easy at first, but coming up with all 2,465 possible combinations may present a bit of a challenge.

Get it on : Google Play

2. Pako – car chase

When you boot up Pako – Car Chase Simulator, there is one thing that is guaranteed – you will die. Lots. There’s a grace period of about 20 to 30 deaths before you’ll even really understand what’s going on. It’s a sadistically hard and random experience: a combination that crashes together to elicit the feeling of a genuine car chase. You’ll dodge one obstacle, only to be blindsided by another.

Get it on : Google Play

3. Swinging Stupendo

Swinging Stupendo puts you in the role of a high-flying acrobat. You’ll have to hold on the screen while you keep your onscreen daredevil airborne. There’s a cool rhythm you’ll have to key into as you swing through the skies and avoid getting shocked. This one’s pretty challenging, but you’ll eventually have a ton of fun with it after repeated playthroughs. Make your character look stupendous and nab the best score possible.

Get it on : Google Play

4. That Level Again

A small logic game where all levels are the same but ways to win are not.
You are in the room with spikes, platform, a button and a door. Seems easy, doesnt it?• 64 non-unique levels
• 64 unique ways to win
• And anew immortal hero that rises from the dead
• Easter eggs

Get it on : Google Play

5. UltraFlow

ULTRAFLOW is a minimalistic puzzle game that tests your agility and smoothness. Do you have what it takes to complete these simple looking puzzles? Be warned — it’s trickier than you think. If you enjoyed games like Primitives and Jump, then you will like what Ultraflow has to offer.

Get it on : Google Play

6. Electro Rush

Electro Rush pays homage to one of the simplest games on the planet, Pong, but amps things up by serving you a helping of the same back and forth action in 3D with a new Tron-like style. Electro Rush doesn’t just put the concept of Pong in a 3D environment though. It adds in completely new elements we could have only dreamed of having in Pong growing up, which is part of what makes Electro Rush something worth considering.

Get it on : Google Play

7. Vocabulary Builder

Build your vocabulary with Magoosh’s free vocabulary game for your Android phone or tablet. Quiz yourself every day to learn the 1200 most important words! This app gives you free access to all of Magoosh’s general, GRE, SAT, and TOEFL vocab quizzes. Sign in with a Magoosh account (or create a new one) to save your progress to the web. You can continue your practice online at http://gre.magoosh.com/builder/vocabulary.

Get it on : Google Play

8. Skyward

Skyward is a “twitch” or one-tap game that puts your reflexes and patience to the test. The game looks like it comes from the mind of M.C. Escher and it you can’t help but compare the style to Monument Valley. As soon as you tap the game and the disc starts spinning, you realize it isn’t a casual puzzler in any way, shape or form.

The goal of Ketchapp’s Skyward is to simply get as far as you can without biting the dust.

Get it on : Google Play

9. Checkpoint Champion

Put your driving skills to the ultimate test in a series of fiendish 10-second challenges! You’ll need technique and tenacity as you hit and weave through checkpoints on road, dirt, water, grass and mud! Choose between grip and speed as you drift between obstacles, spin around hairpin turns and turbo your way to victory.

Get it on : Google Play

10. Two Dots

Joining the vast selection of exceptional Android puzzle games is TwoDots, the follow-up to Dots, one of last years smartest and hugely addictive puzzle games. Similar to the original title, which has racked up over 20 million downloads, the object of TwoDots is to connect dots of matching colors horizontally or vertically, and also like its predecessor, the best way to clear the level is to find squares of corresponding colors out of the game board in front of you.

Get it on : Google Play

More interesting games Do not crashZigZagSmoveTrivia Crack, PSYCH, Bonza Word Puzzle and Crossy Road.

If you guys know any games that isn’t listed over here and worth being part of the list then please share it with your fellow Android users using the below comment section.

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