5 Android Games You May Want To Try #2
In this next set, we’re not going to push you the usual games like Candy Crush or 2Fuse. We have another set of games you might want to try on your Android device, so read on & find them out.
Last month, we had shared a similar, which includes Into The Dead, Shadowgun: Deadzone & more (you can find it here if you missed it). So if you’re quite low on entertainment, here’s the next batch.
Calling all strategists! Plague Inc. puts you in the place of a microorganism – and your goal is to infect everyone in the world before they find the cure for you. You’re going to have to kill everyone, and you will also have the capabilities to mutate symptoms and turn to viruses & bio-weapons.
You can get the game for free, but there are in-app purchases. Nevertheless, you can check it out here.
Looking to scare your pants off? Eyes – the horror game is here. It basically puts you in a similar environment to Slender, where you collect items and make your way through doors while being chased by a ghost of some sort. Sure, the chaser can use some improvement, but the atmosphere is really chilling for a mobile game.
My anti-virus took note of it however since it has permission to place ads on the notification bar and create icons on the home screen. Check this out for free here.
Doptrix goes around for free as well here. The game adds a twist to Tetris as it is inverted, and if you love puzzle games, this one is for you. Imagine tetris – and make the pieces fall upwards; in addition, the environment rotates. It’s a good twist we have to say – that is, if your brain can take it.
We just never seem to get sick of zombies, do we? You might have seen Zombie Highway in the Play Store already since it’s a little frontpage, but anyway, it’s worth the look.
The game is free (download here), and it will allow you, as the title suggests, to drive around in a world infested with zombies. Obviously, your goal is to survive and the gameplay will probably keep you going as it is different from other zombie games.
Aaaand to top it all off, here’s Punch Hero. Graphics may not be the best of its class and it may look like it was drawn out of the Wii console, but it’s a good way to release all of that stress inside you. You can add faces to your characters too, which in my opinion is a great feature considering there are some people we just want to punch in the face.
You can download the game here for free.
So there you have it. Are there still any games you want others to know about? Leave it in the comments section; after all, summer is ending in less than a month, so better make the best out of it!
And one last thing; if you are indeed out there on the beach or some other summer destination and you have a camera running Android 4.2, take a Photosphere and use this app Photosphere Live Wallpaper for free. It works amazingly well and is on its class of its own. Download that here.