Gaming on mobile has been enhanced at a greater rate than any technology that took place before it did.

Android mobile games have hit new heights every year. With the release of Android Nougat, and it only stands to get better and better as time goes by. It won’t be long before mobile introduces some even more spectacular titles than we are introduced with today!

Without further delay, here are the impressive Android games available. These are the best of the best Android games, so the list won’t revamp all that often unless something excellent comes along.

Here are they;

  1. Call of Duty: Mobile
  2. Evoland 1 and 2
  3. GRID Autosport
  4. Levelhead
  5. PUBG Mobile and Fortnite

Call of Duty: Mobile

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The game has both – a normal FPS online PvP mode with a 100-player battle royale gaming blasts. That puts it in a rare area where it battle royale like PUBG Mobile, but also standard FPS PvP like Modern Combat or Critical Ops. There is an astonishing amount of stuff to explore.

It is a free game to play, but most of the in-game purchases are cosmetic stuff.

Evoland 1 and 2

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Evoland 1 and 2 – Two of the most unique Android games. They both use a number of game mechanics to play. That comprises RPG, top-down shooter, classic fighter, trading card, platformer mechanics, and puzzle. The games pay ode to the proverbial school days of the gaming era. Each switch in mechanics also converts the graphics to match that part of the gaming better. It’s really a distinct experience. Both games also provide hardware controller support, no ads, no in-app purchases, lots of story to play. These are definitely impressive.

GRID Autosport

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Launched in 2019 and instantly became one of the best racing games for Android platforms. The GRID Autosport hits almost all of the check boxes. A premium game with no advertising or no in-app purchases.

The game also boasts excellent graphics and controls hardware controller support, tons of content to play-tons of cars to unlock, and a mixture of racing variations. 

It’s one of the best racing experiences in the Play Store.

Levelhead

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A new platformer from Butterscotch Shenanigans, a similar developer of Crashlands makers. It has 90 levels, satisfying controls, and some excellent humor pinch. However, this one sets itself different from others with its superb custom level building.

Players can form levels and upload them to the game—other players.

Finally, the game is cross-platform with cloud savers. It includes all of the bases for a mobile platformer aspect. 

It comes free with Google Play Pass if you utilize that.

PUBG Mobile and Fortnite

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This game has hit the ground running since the releases. It already has over ten million downloads and nearly a million user reviews till date and more counting!

Thankfully, it’s a very competent mobile FPS attribute. It has decent graphics, simple, effective controls, and a simple arena.

Basically, 100 people drop off from a plane onto an island and dukes it out until only one is left standing in the arena. The island is littered with weapons, gear, and vehicles along with a mechanic that lowers the play area over time to keep matches from lasting for a longer time.

PUBG Mobile Lite is a lighter kind of the game with fewer players per match and lower graphical settings. It’s only available for some devices, though. Fortnite is another excellent option, and it’s in the Play Store now.

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