Top 11+ Best Android Games to Play During Lockdown

 1. The Horus Heresy: Legions – TCG card battle game Legions brings together the iconic space marines from Warhammer 40K universe for a strategy card game where you choose your leaders and wage war against the Emperor. It features a full-length single-player campaign and as well as a PvP and it receives a play score of 8.37

2. Splash Cars Sometimes all you need is a splash of color. This game uses cars in a wholly different way. It’s not about speed. It’s all about navigating through the obstacles that stand in the way of you bringing color to their blank, gray cities. It also gets a score of 8.37

3. Major Mayhem 2 This sequel brings to Major Mayhem brings us more side-scrolling action, letting us return to the American Dream of shooting down evil villains with guns and grenades.

There are 50 hand-crafted levels and a whole load of fun bosses, earning it a score of 8.38

4. Godzilla Defense Force If you’re a fan of Godzilla on the big screen, you can bring the lore around in your pockets with NEXON’s strategy game. Defeat the series mighty Kaiju, keep their skills and buffs for the next battle, and let them fight once more. It’s waves and waves of engaging faceoffs,all for a score of 8.39.

5. Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links Great for fans of the popular card series. Start out a brand new story with some of their most iconic characters and immerse in a world complete with the voices we knew and loved. Take the journey to the top in story mode,or show off your skills in PvP battles. It has a play score of 8.4

You can download Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links MOD APK from this link and enjoy your digital collectible card game journey with all the unlocked features.

6. SHADOWGUN LEGENDS – FPS PvP and Coop ShootingGame Not too far ahead is a game of REAL-TIME action. One of the Android’s Top 10 Games in 2018, Madfinger Games futuristic shooter nails function and form. Back then it brought a new level in mobile shooting, with great graphics, and enthralling action within its immersive campaign and PvPs.

7. Clash Royale Many of you already know this and have probably never stopped playing it since. Converting their addictive COC energy into medieval 1v1 card strategies, SUPERCELL became the poster boy for yet another mobile format. It gets a play score of 8.41.

8. Burger Shop 2 A sequel to GoBit Games’ casual cooking game sees you rising in the ranks of the restaurant world. Expand the horizons of your humble fast food empire, keep the hearts of your loyal customers, and open up new leads about the failures of your last venture. We get another play score of 8.41.

9. Legend of Solgard Still in the same play-score ballpark, a mobile RPG from the creators of Candy and the BubbleWitch Saga. Using the same match-three puzzle formula they’re known for, this adds a layer of epic to the mix with their lineup of awesome heroes, built with the same quality and polish we expect.

10. Dawn of Titans If military tactics is your thing, NaturalMotion has some top tier content for you. Dominate massive titans, build your kingdom and lead your troops to victory. It’s been around since 2016, and there might be some greedy monetization to worry about. But with a playscore of 8.42, most don’t seem to mind.

11. Heart’s Medicine Time to Heal Capturing the feel of Grey’s Anatomy with time management and hospital duty, it tells a captivating love story in the confines of the hospital halls. It’s available on the browser, but this one great for a portable option. You’ll have to pay for all of the stories tho. It has a playscore of 8.43

12. Egg, Inc. Discover the secrets of the universe, one egg at a time. This one’s basically an idle clicker like any other: manage a poultry farm with clicks and upgrades and go from one plain egg to the technological future in no time. Plus, it’s fun to see chickens running around.

13. Asphalt 9: Legends Everything’s fair game on the mobile. Within one percentile score, you can go from idle clicker to graphically advanced racers. Gameloft might not have the best reputation when it comes to microtransactions, but when it comes to delicious mobile racing, AsphaltLegends is still the one to beat. A play score of 8.44.

14. AFK Arena Lilith Game’s venture into gacha RPGs gave us the world of Esperia, complete with heroes with unique abilities and styled in their signature cartoon visuals. The serious grind of gacha gaming is still there, but since it plays more like an idle game, you can sit back and relax as your heroes do all the work. It earns a score of 8.44

15. Archero Pretty much a combination of arcade, bullet hell and roguelike, Archero has addictiveness down to a science. That is, if you got the competence and luck to make it through their seemingly endless waves of monsters. But with simple drag and release controls,going for that next round and another is an easy feat.

16. Rodeo Stampede – Sky Zoo Safari If you want the frogger formula, but with a lot more action, this game from Yodo1 games is a great choice. Not only do you get to hop from one animal to the next in a great stampede, but you’ll also get to round up all your favorite wild animals into your very zoo for profit. It’s casual fun for a score of 8.45

17. Redungeon Crawl into Nitrome’s retro pixel dungeons for endless arcade action. The studio has never once failed us on the aesthetics, but Redungeon also offers more in terms of hardcore gameplay and complex traps. Also, with an array of characters to unlock, each with game-changing skills of their, stepping into their dungeons is always a great time-killing affair.

18. Polyforge Soothing, aesthetically pleasing, and overall charming, it’s just the kind of break you need from all the action and explosion. But you’ll have to savor those moments of calm, because Polyforge actually gets hard quick. Time your taps to hit each corner of the given shape, and prepare for all the complexities ahead. A minimalist time sink with a score of 8.45

19. CSR Racing 2 For the feel of Gran Turismo on the mobile, we have this. This drag racer set a new standard for smartphones, taking us to cities and iconic locations with jaw-dropping realism. And if graphics don’t impress you, their lineup supercars just might. Get Ferraris and Lamborghinis into your garage and tune to your heart’s content.

20. The Frostrune Get lost in the world of Old Norse mythology in this point and click adventure from GrimnirMedia. Depicting isolating and lonely world through 2D illustrations, this unique adventure shows its ingenuity through puzzles and Old Norsedialog. It has a play score of 8.47

21. Dead Venture: Zombie Survival Probably one of the flashiest where zombie games are concerned. Turning the usually dark genre on its head, we get a taste of zombie killing through vehicular voxel action in three thrilling game modes. Breeze through their 8 story mode chapters, race against time in Time Trial Mode, or put the pedal to the metal in the endless survival mode.

22. CATS: Crash Arena Turbo Stars The makers of the adorable Cut The Rope series gets on another level of adorable, this timewith felines building robots. Be a master engineer and build the most powerfulmachine in the arena. How they do it without opposable thumbs is any body’s guess. It has a playscore of 8.49

23. Skullgirls One of the best-known names in the fighting game business is now a free-to-play title on mobile. Known for their elemental fighters and ArtDeco style, smartphone skull girls is streamlined and optimized for the platform, bringing in their tactical choices along with gorgeous graphics and fight assist features.

24. Cube Escape: The CaveDeep into Rusty Lake is a lingering mystery that’s been the subject of many of their escape games. In this ninth chapter to their series, step inside the cave and witness a harrowing story in this point and click adventure game with a score of 8.49

25. Brave Nine – Tactical RPG Another gacha game that’s packed with the anime artstyle that a lot of us. Brave Nine might just have everything youneed, with a cute story, an addictive battle system, and a format that makes it relativelyeasy on the wallet. Earning it a playscore of 8.5

26. Mekorama The mobile is a great platform for videogame developers to experiment with various forms of gameplay mechanics. Mekorama puts that to the test. This award-winning puzzle game lets you assume control of a tiny robot making his way home. Its impressive presentation of 3D dioramas gives players enough room for creativity with its ‘make your own level’ feature. A playscore of 8.53

27. King Crusher – Rogue like GameAnkama’s little roguelike adventure swings his way to the mobile. Oddly childlike in presentation, the game is all about a Kingslayer in an endless quest to rid the world of monarchs. Assemble a team of assassins and let the medieval espionage handle the rest

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