The best free games on Android for phone and tablet
What’s better than a free game? Except when it’s just terrible and wastes your precious time to download it.
Sure, it will not cost you anything, but that doesn’t mean it’s OK to just mess around with terrible games that are free because the developer can’t make you pay anything for it in good conscience.
Much of this is thanks to the construction of Sky Dancer’s world, which comprises tiny chunks of land hanging in the air in a manner that rocks usually don’t have. As you hurl yourself off the edge of one, you must quickly maneuver to land on a platform below.
Battling gravity and inertia is funny, especially when the game speeds up and you know the slightest miscalculation will result in you meeting a splattery end on the desert floor.
We’re in Mario-style platforming territory with , although you imagine the entire production quaffed a ton of sugar first. The Phantom World is a lurid, dim place, full of deadly traps, bling, and plenty of mystery. (A good trick when playing: never believe any wall is actually solid.)
Retina-searing art style aside, the game feels like a slam-dunk for any fan of classic platformers. Level design is smart, rewarding repeat play, there are varied modes, and the controls can be resized and shifted about if the defaults require banana thumbs on your device.
It is a bit ad-infested at times, but not to the point momentum is knocked. All in all, Super Phantom Cat is loads of leapy furry fun. It will surely bring you a good time that you can hardly find at other games.
Pinball infused with the DNA of an against-the-clock endless runner sounds like an odd combination – but it works. In ’s neon world – featuring a fantastic electro soundtrack – a massive table stretches far into the distance. Within: dozens of miniature tables comprising flippers, ramps, and more than a few traps.
The basic aim at every turn is to keep moving forward to the next mini-table – and quickly. Accurate ramp shots are key, and so mastering the game’s physics and the layout of its various stages is essential.
For advocates, this is a fresh take on pinball that works brilliantly in mobile form. And for newcomers, PinOut is freed from the frequently arcane rules of pinball, but loses none of its frenetic excitement.