Top 5 Challenging Gaming Apps for Android (New Games - Part 2)
By Pavithra Rathinavel | May 9, 2014 1:27 PM EST
Here is a list of five challenging Android Apps compiled by Droid-Life that are extremely addictive and guarantees fun. Oodles of gaming apps got released in the past couple of months and mobile gaming on Android has never been better. The list consists of free as well as premium apps that are sure to take your gaming interest to a whole new level.
A Google Android figurine sits on the welcome desk as employee Tracy McNeilly smiles at the new Google office in Toronto, November 13, 2012.
The Walking Dead: Season One
The Walking Dead gaming app was officially launched in April of this year to positive reviews from users. This game has a whopping 4.5 user ratings in Google Play Store.
As per the game, the character Lee is on his way to jail for an alleged murder; however, the fate has another plan for him and he is stuck in the middle of a zombie apocalypse. Therefore Lee must protect himself and a new character (little girl). The unique selling point: The game gives the player the ability to choose to be a good guy or a bad guy.
'The Walking Dead: Season One' is available as a free download. Click here to download this addictive and interesting gaming app. Even though the first season is free, the additional seasons are priced at $4.99 each. Nevertheless, the players can opt for a season pass for $14.99 that gives access to the five following seasons and a special episode called "400 Days."
Don't Tap The White Tile
This is easily one of the surprisingly interesting games; the user is given the choice of different 'modes' to choose from. But the 'Classic mode' seems to attract lots of traction, in which the player races the clock to see how fast he/she can tap all the available black tiles without tapping white tiles and in the process, making it to the top level.
Although the game sounds simple, it is quite hard to nail the tiles which require complete hand and eye coordination.
'Don't Tap The White Tile' is available as a free download. Click here to download this addictive and interesting gaming app. Also note, this game enjoys a whopping 4.5 user ratings in Google Play Store.
This iOS hot-favorite gaming app has finally made its way to Android. The game expects the player to control a ball as it descends down a tough road. Even though the game sounds easy, it is rather tough and controlling the ball for longer time is quite a task.
This spectacular game comes with a price tag of $1.99. Click here to download this gaming app. Also note, this game enjoys a 4.2 user ratings in Google Play Store.
EPOCH 2 is a sequel to the original EPOCH game and it is available for Android users in Google Play Store. As per the game, EPOCH is a robot which is expected to protect a princess. But the robot does not know the whereabouts of the princess and in the meantime, there is a war between two robot armies happening in the back ground. As Droid-Life puts it, "It's a real pain, but completely worth the journey to find her." The Android users interested in epic 'robot carnage' should not miss this app.
This game costs $4.99 on Google Play Store. Click here to download this mind-blowing and addictive gaming app. This game enjoys a 4.3 user ratings in Google Play Store.
XCOM: Enemy Unknown
This is one of the epic gaming apps ever and considered as a major release in App Store. This game enjoys a humongous 4.6 user ratings in Google Play Store. The game expects the player to be the commander of an elite military force called XCOM. According to the game plan, aliens are going to invade the planet and the player (i.e. the commander) is expected to build military posts, plan battles, and lead troops in the battle.
The unique selling point: In addition to killing aliens, the player must deliberate and discover the technology used by Aliens to use the same against them. A totally challenging gaming app and it is worth every penny.
This game costs $9.99 on Google Play Store. Click here to download this painfully challenging gaming app. This is easily the best game out of the five mentioned in this post.
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