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April 10, 2013

5 Android Games You May Want To Try

There are lots of Android games out there that you may have already heard about again and again, such as Dead Trigger, Angry Birds, Cut The Rope, Asphalt and the like as they come from very successful developers & titles. We just thought of sharing with you 5 games we never get tired of, or something we just discovered, so read on to find them out.

Into The Dead

Into The Dead is an endless running game, but it’s not like Temple Run nor Zombie Tsunami. It’s a first-person game where you run across various environments infested with zombies, and along the way you can arm yourself with power-ups and more.

into the dead

Just recently they updated it to work well with tablets, and the interface doesn’t feel rushed and cheap unlike other apps. You can download it here for free.

Duck Retro Hunt

Remember that game, Duck Hunt? Well, they put that into a 3D environment now and more. You basically shoot flying ducks, and it gets harder to shoot them down along the way.

retro

You can bring the gaming experience to your own world as it will make use of your device’s gyroscope & camera through augmented reality mode. You can get it here for free, or you can get it ads-free here for Php47.83.

Vector

vector

PARKOUR! Here’s a free-running game where you try to escape from a totalitarian world. The silhouettes create a minimalist effect and the soundtrack plus the story can get quite capturing – literally. Someone tries to chase after you and of course, you shouldn’t be captured.

You can download it here for free.

Music Hero

We used to be so engrossed with games like Tap Tap Revenge… until songs got so costly to play with. Music Hero is just like that with a little less and a little more. You can add your own music into the game and the notes it creates for it really synchronize with the beat.

music hero

What’s gone here is multiplayer mode, and we’re hoping that someone can make that a reality sooner or later. You can get the game here for free as well.

Shadowgun: Deadzone

Shadowgun: Deadzone is a third person shooter online game. It doesn’t end, and it doesn’t get boring as the game is online-based, and you get to play with different players all the time, even with your friends.

shadowgun

The game has been out for quite some time now, and the reason my love sparked for it once again is because of the 2.0 update which brought new maps and weapons. There are two modes in which you can play – Zone Control and Deathmatch.

If you’re in, you can go download it here for free.

So that’s about it. If there are anymore great Android games you’d like to share, feel free to pitch it down in the comments for everyone to see.

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24 Responses to “5 Android Games You May Want To Try”

  1. edisson
    Twitter: aidsseason
    says:

    I have music hero. It’s nice but lags sometimes.

  2. Brixton Lao says:

    oh Vector <3

  3. IC DeaDPiPoL says:

    trying out Dragon Ball Z Tap Battle but pretty scary to play on a device without gorilla glass >_<

  4. Asd says:

    Isa lang ang gusto namin Freking, ang mawala ka dito sa site na to. Parasite! Hahahahaha

    • S says:

      Do not feed the troll.

    • Asd says:

      Then feed me instead freking nerd! Hahaha :)))

    • secretnone says:

      MAS MAGALING KA PALA EH, EH DI MAGSUBMIT KA NG ARTICLE, SIGURADUHIN MO LANG NA MAS MAGANDA ANG ISUSULAT MO KAY FRECKING AH

      DAHIL KUNG HINDI, ANG TAWAG SAYO AY ISANG MALAKING

      BOBO! TANGA!

    • Asd says:

      May sinabi ba kong mas magaling ako? Now, who’s bobo and tanga freking?
      Hindi ako nagmamagaling kaya wala akong balak magsubmit ng article bob.

    • kim jong jong uy says:

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      BURN!

    • Lol says:

      Dre laki ng problema mo, wag mo na lang basahin kung ayaw mo. Putak ka ng putak para kang bakla! Haha

  5. Edan says:

    For me, Vector is the best game for Android users :D

  6. thecorrescode says:

    I just hope that this is your own lists. If yes, a big congratulations. In the future, sana mga hindi repost article gawin mo.

  7. justpassingby says:

    Them comments are Frekking hilarious. >.<

  8. lololololol says:

    yehey article mo uli! :D popcorn mode uli! :D

  9. BernarDroid says:

    kalimutan mo ung Dead Trigger

  10. secretnone says:

    I love Vector although the UI of the menu lags!. In fact, it’s comparable to Temple Run (perhaps even better).

    BTW, don’t mind the bitch-trolls around. I DOUBT THEY CAN WRITE BETTER THAN YOU DO, or even generate news worth reading.

    God bless!

  11. Vern says:

    I’m playing Heroes of Order & Chaos, Order & Chaos Duels and Samurai vs Zombie 2.

  12. RJ de Leon says:

    5 stars for Vector.

    Going for 3 stars in record time — almost gives me a runner’s high, and I feel nearly as exhausted as the game character after finishing every level.

  13. Ex-Alodian Knight says:

    I had Music Hero. It was fun playing J-pop songs on my droid.

    Other than that, thanks for the suggestions.
    I like the list, but I’d rather stick to Tilt Arena and K-Pet Girl 2?Pocket Girl EMILY

  14. Noose says:

    Hi,

    Bakit ndi daw compatible phone ko sa Into the Dead na game? :(

    thank you!

  15. Abed M.
    Twitter: iamogen
    says:

    Played Into The Dead and Shadowgun already. :)

  16. Medyopinoy says:

    Guys try niyo Cytus, its 10x better than Music hero/tap tap revenge/rock star.
    punch hero – boxing game
    benji bananas – fun physics game
    manuganu – not your ordinary running game,superb graphics
    Plague Inc – the best strategy game, mapapaisip ka talaga

  17. arscariosus says:

    SG: Deadzone!!! Yeah! Filipino players add me my user id is arscariosus :D

    Scribblenauts Remix for Android is fun as well :)

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