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My list of the best android games for 2015.

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 29, 2015 12:32 am    Post subject: My list of the best android games for 2015. Reply with quote

This list is my own impression and opinion however,
anyone is free to comment or make a suggestion.

1.) Vain Glory


Price: Free with in-game purchases

Ever wanted to play DOTA/LOL on your android device? Vain Glory is the answer!
A 3V3 competitive online Moba game it has a single lane and a jungle area below, why I like this game so much is that it is more focused on ganking and clashes even early in the game instead of farming and racing to get better gear.
The downside of this game is that it’s pretty large requiring 2GB of space and a fairly powerful device I play it on my Nexus 7 and LG G Pro 2 with no issues.

2.) King of fighters 98


Price: 2.99$ ( I got mine from the SNK Humble Bundle Sale.)

Street fighter was a disappointment since it was not a direct port of the PS3 but a dumbed down version but this classic fighting game is a direct emulation of the arcade version the boss team from the PS2 version is missing but everything else is there.

The game works well with Bluetooth controllers as well I use and 8bitdo control pad, well I don’t really know if this should count since it was originally an arcade/console game but I like playing it on my devices when I travel.

Feel free to add me my ID is: thecraponahat

3.) Game of Dice


Price: Free with in-game purchases

This game is probably the newest in the list it’s a card game/RPG/board game, quite hard to explain but to put it simply it’s a short version of monopoly but on steroids!
Monopoly matches can take hours, don’t get me wrong I love Monopoly but I am also an adult that has a regular job and with less time to spend (me and other people I know) this game just scratches that itch!

There is also a ranking system, unique characters (to what would be board game pieces) you level up your character and dices it’s really something you should try it because if I were to write about it I would need a whole topic for it alone.
The down side is there is no direct chat during play just a lot of taunting, well Heartstone did away with chat too…

My ID in this game is: Laughingman I am active in pinging (you get bonus stuff by sending a ping to your list of friends after every few hours)

4.) World of Tanks Blitz


Price: Free with in-game purchases

This game suffers the love/hate syndrome I love this game I just love tanks I build plastic models but I hate it when the team does not work together, I love it when the team works together!

I hate the grind! I love tanks (cry) if you love tanks get the game.

It’s a team vs team tank battle similar to the PC version except smaller and matches play out faster.

The downside is that there is also premium ammunition in this game which means it will be pay to win in later games when you have the heaviest tier of tanks

(but I love tanks!!)

5.) Pocket Mine 2


Price: Free with in-game purchases

I downloaded this game on a whim originally because I saw it as a new title when I browsed the store but I got hooked once I started playing it,
so basically you dig and try to reach the bottom of the stage using your pick with has limited strikes.

You get cash for digging out ores there are chests that contain cards or artifacts, each area has around 5 stages I do not know exactly how many areas there are
I am in the 10th and each of the areas has a unique character which you will control.

The downside is that the characters are all in-game purchases while you can earn free gems it’s a grind to do so but you can also just save up and buy them since you can earn gems in-game.

Feel free to recommend a game for Android which you think I should check out I don't have an IOS device so no apple please and I don't plan on buying overpriced crap.
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