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Best Casual Games for Android and iOS

Sometimes the best kind of games are the ones you can just pull out of your pocket and play on your lunch break at work, pass the time in class, or any other boring situations you are in.

This list of casual go-around games is easy to play and won’t require you to be an expert on a massive adventure story. Because at times, we just want to play a game that’s so good and will just give us instantaneous fun.

1. Stack
Stack is an extremely addictive yet relaxing game with good graphics and simple gameplay. You just have to stack up the blocks as high as you can to score and earn gems which you could use to buy different style of colorful blocks.


Download: AndroidiOS

2. Color Switch
Color Switch is like the Flappy Bird game that came out of nowhere and ranked No.1 for the past couple of weeks. It is a simple game that will test your skill at moving a ball through color-coded obstacles. It also has a funky music background and colorful 2D graphics. The desktop version of this game is also now available.

color switch

Download: AndroidiOS

3. Crossy Road
Crossy Road is a game that has been described as endless Frogger. The goal is just to get as far as possible across the roads, rivers, grass and train tracks without dying while your character is wearing different mascots like chicken, koala or bunny . Controls are also simple, tap to advance and swipe to turn opposite directions.


Download: AndroidiOS

4. slither.io
Slither.io is an addictive arcade game with a mix of the classic snake concept in where you need to grow as much as you can while taking out a few snakes of your own to increase your stats. The game supports additional players for you to battle with and also available across different platforms including PCs. Remember how simple the mission is:  defeat other snakes and be the biggest snake in the competition.


Download: Android, iOS

5. Duet
Duet is a hypnotic  game with entrancing visuals and outstanding soundtrack by Melbourne composer and Gotye multi-instrumentalist, Tim Shiel.  Players must navigate two orbiting spheres with simple two touch control – left or right thumb to spin, and pass an increasingly complex maze of falling obstacles.


Download: AndroidiOS

6. Dumb Ways to Die 2
Dumb Ways to Die 2 is the sequel to one of the most unlikely hits in the history of mobile games. It offers a whole new set of dumb characters that have gathered to take part in a newer and bigger set of challenges. The game contains mini puzzles which will test your quickness while you are in a mission to save little creatures from killing themselves.

dumb ways

Download: AndroidiOS

7. Daddy Long Legs
Daddy Long Legs is all about taking control over a little, sneaky and hairy creature. The goal of Daddy Long Legs is very simple, walk as far as you can. You just need to put one leg in front of the other and try not to fall. This game is one of the most frustrating games I ever played, so be warned!

long legs

Download: AndroidiOS

8. Smash Hit
Smash hit is a  game where you will break various glass objects meeting on your way with.  The gameplay is also quite compelling. You just have to tap to launch balls that break the glass to clear your path while approaching various glass barriers.

smash hit

Download: AndroidiOS

9. Agar.io
Agar.io is the sequel of the game slither.io which is also included on the top of our list. This game is also fun and addicting in which you have to eat or be eaten while you strive to dominate the colorful world of cells.  These cell avatars start small but grow each time they devour pellets and other player cells. This creates a competitive nature where players strive to become the biggest cell while avoiding being swallowed by the competition.


Download: AndroidiOS

10. aa
aa is a minimalist game which deals with 600 levels of figuring out how to attach the little ball to the big ball.  Timing is key in this game, but so is speed. You have to tap to move the dot into the circle, but you have to avoid running dots into other dots or you’ll lose.


Download: AndroidiOS


What’s your favorite casual game? Tell us more about it on the comment section below.

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This article was written by Heland Ortega, Junior Contributor of YugaTech. He is a graduate of Information Technology and Multimedia Arts at FEU Institute of Technology in where he is also now working as a full-time faculty. You can follow him at @helandortega.

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  1. Avatar for JPlusO2 JPlusO2 says:

    Stack is so addictive!

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