In our list of the best free Android games, we look at the some of the Play Store's most impressive free-to-play titles across a number of genres.
It's challenging, it's nerve-wracking, and it's perfectly suited to smartphones.
Subterfuge is a strategy title where each game takes place over the course of a week.
You are charged with taking control of the ocean using a fleet of submarines: the more outposts and factories you control, the more submarines you can generate, which means more firepower to seize further outposts.
It's a familiar setup, but because the events take place in real time there is a constant threat that opponents could be sending submarines toward your bases even while you sleep.
The game makes it across to Android after a successful run on i OS, and if there's a better developer name than Super Evil Megacorp, we'd love to know what it is.
It may not be wholly original or game-changing, but Dead Effect 2 brings the polish and shine of console first player shooters to Android.Wander around a space station that's riddled with the undead and test your problem-solving skills as you try valiantly to survive.What really makes this game worthy of inclusion on our list is the graphics. If your device is up to the challenge, there's no way you won't be impressed the visuals that Dead Effect 2 has on offer.It's a race to see which player can generate enough 'Neptunium' (one of the game's resources) first and, to succeed, your diplomacy skills and interactions with other players are as important as your tactical prowess. Clash Royale comes from the creators of the ever-popular Clash of Clans, and it's sure to steal more hours from your life.It plays something like a cross between a MOBA and a tower-defense title, and it's a highly addictive concept.In Clash Royale, you take part in one-on-one battles with other players from around the world.