Anriod Mobile Phone Gaming has been now improving day by day at a far greater rate than any other technology that came before it. Now Every year Android mobile games seems to hit new heights . With the release of Android Nougat and Vulkan API, it only stands to get better and better over time. People Like to play games on andriod mobile phones . there are many good and impressive games available in andriod mobile phones to play! so Without further delay, here is the list of some best andriod games 2018 or 10 best new Android games july 2018.
Westworld is a new city-builder sim with elements of the popular TV show. You build your own Westworld with its own hosts. There are over 170 collectible characters, a strategy element like most sims, and some other game features. The main premise is to match the appropriate guests with the appropriate hosts. If we’re being honest, it’s a bit of a cash grab for the show. Mobile RPGs do this all the time with anime so it’s nothing we haven’t seen before. However, fans of the show may enjoy the city building experience for a while before the freemium elements kick in. It’s good, but not great.
Price: Free / $1.99
Super Monkey Ball: Sakura Edition is the latest SEGA Forever game. It’s a port of the popular Super Monkey Ball game on GameCube. The game features 125 levels through six worlds. Additionally, you get four mini-games, simple mechanics, and local multiplayer with up to four other players. SEGA made some graphical changes, but otherwise the game is mostly the same as its previous releases. It’s also free with advertising. You can pay $1.99 one time to remove the ads. It’s a good retro game with some nostalgic value. The advertising is a little awful, though, so we recommend just forking out the $1.99 for the full game.
Minesweeper Genius is a slightly different take on the popular PC classic. You play on various game boards. The left and top margins show you how many mines are on the board. Otherwise, the game plays exactly like the PC version. Levels are randomly generated. The mixture of classic Minesweeper with Sudoku adds a little more skill to the proceedings. It also features Google Play Games achievements and cloud saves. This is by no means a deep game. However, it’s an excellent time waster w
ith a cheap price tag and some nostalgic value.
Goosebumps HorrorTown is a new city-builder sim with a Goosebumps theme. Your goal is to build and manage a town full of scary stuff from the Goosebumps franchise. It includes over 100 playable characters, tons of nostalgic value, and more. The game has a few bugs here and there. However, there is nothing too serious. Honestly, this is a bit of a cash grab for the Goosebumps franchise. Still, most people seem to enjoy it for at least a little while until that freemium grind kicks in.
Price: $4.99 with in-app purchases
Bloons TD 6 is the latest game in the popular tower defense franchise. It plays similarly to previous games in the series. Bad guys walk along a path and you blow them up before they reach the end. The game in cludes 19 towers, upgradeable heroes, tons of upgrades, offline support, new content not in previous games, and some additional stuff. This is easily one of the best tower defense releases of the year. Fans of the genre should consider grabbing this one.
AXE.IO is a new, online multiplayer hack-and-slash game. That was a mouthful. Anyway, this game throws you into an arena with a bunch of other players. Your goal is to kill dragons and opponents to win. The game gifts you throwing axes as you slay opponents. Additionally, there’s a berserker mode, 16 playable characters, leaderboards, and more. The game suffers from some truly unbearable lag on occasion. However, we expect fixes for issues like that as development continues. It’s otherwise not bad for a throwaway online combat game.
Price: $9.99 ($5.99 on sale)
Evoland 2 is the latest game in the popular, quirky franchise. This one incorporates a variety of different game styles in an ode to older video games. That includes traditional 2D fighter, top-down shooter, action-adventure, hack-and-slash, RPG, and it even includes a trading card mechanic. The graphics change as you play from retro to pseudo-modern. Additionally, the game has no in-app purchases or advertisements. This is actually a pretty good game. It’s on sale for $5.99 at the time of this writing. The usual price is $9.99.
Might & Magic: Elemental Guardians is a rare, new strategy RPG. It plays a lot like popular mobile RPGs such as Summoner Wars. You build a team, fight monsters, and use things like elements and equipment to give yourself an edge. You can build and customize your own hero and choose a house of magic. However, everything else is a pure character collection experience. Like Goosebumps, it’s a bit a of a cash grab for the popular PC RPG franchise. However, also like Goosebumps, people seem to like it until the freemium elements kick in.
Minesweeper Genius is a slightly different take on the popular PC classic. You play on various game boards. The left and top margins show you how many mines are on the board. Otherwise, the game plays exactly like the PC version. Levels are randomly generated. The mixture of classic Minesweeper with Sudoku adds a little more skill to the proceedings. It also features Google Play Games achievements and cloud saves. This is by no means a deep game. However, it’s an excellent time waster with a cheap price tag and some nostalgic value.
Silly Walks is a simple little runner. You run through a variety of obstacles and that’s about it really. Each obstacle works slightly differently and gets more challenging as the game goes. The mechanics are simple and include swiping to make your character move. However, the game is not overly deep. Some other game features include a variety of playable characters, boss levels, and a racing mode. It’s a time waster through and through. That’s not necessarily a bad thing by any stretch.