Google Play Store contains hundreds and thousands of games from different genres and there is one for everyone. But since there are so many of them, it can get difficult to sort out the best ones.
To make things easier for you, we’ve compiled a list of the best games you should check out this month.
The list contains game titles which have been a success on PC as well as those based on popular movies and actors.
Here are the seven best Android games you should give a try this month.
Nonstop Chuck Norris
As the name suggests, Nonstop Chuck Norris is a game based on the on-screen antics and legend of Hollywood superstar — Chuck Norris.
The game developers have rightly said, ‘Everything is a weapon when you’re Chuck Norris’.
Expect a lot of action in this game as you battle out infinite villains as Chuck Norris in the endeavour to save multiple universes.
The game is free to play with some in-app purchases, which can be turned off easily and it runs without an internet connection.
Age of Empires: Castle Siege
My personal favourite in this list, Age of Empires: Castle Siege is the mobile version of one of the most popular strategy games ever.
This game title was awaited by a lot many and Microsoft has finally brought the acclaimed strategy game to handheld devices.
The game is set in the medieval era and like the PC edition, you can choose from several civilisations, train troops, defend your city and fight battles while researching new techniques.
Transformers: Forged to Fight
Transformers: Forged to Fight is based on the popular Transformers movie franchise and players get to control their favourite Autobots, Decepticons, Predacons and Maximals in the game.
The action-fighting RPG game lets you play as Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Megatron, Soundwave and several other Transformers as you fight out other players.
You can even team up with your friends to battle in global events, set up defences to protect your base and raid enemy bases with your allies.
The game requires an active internet connection to play.
Baahubali: The Game (Official)
Baahubali: The Game is based on the popular Indian movie — Baahubali — which has garnered an insane response from the audience and the recently released second part of the movie is fast rising the chart of top grossing movies from India.
It’s a strategy game wherein you need to build up your defences in order to ascertain that your fort doesn’t fall to enemy attacks.
Train your troops, defend your fort, attack the enemies with heroes such as Baahubali, Kattappa and more.
You can also battle other players, make clans with friends to battle other clans worldwide.
CATS: Crash Arena Turbo Stars
CATS: Crash Arena Turbo Stars is another fighting game on the list which needs players to assemble their war machine with collected parts, design it and then battle other players.
You’ll need to design, craft and upgrade your battle robot to come fight other players in PvP action.
Enter your battle-ready bot into the World Championship and battle hundreds of other customised robots to become the ultimate champion.
Power Rangers: Legacy Wars
Power Rangers: Legacy Wars is based on the popular franchise which goes by the same name. Players will need to defeat Rita Repulsa who has cloned Power Rangers and making them fight for her.
Defeat Rita and save the Morphin Grid. You can also engage in real-time PvP battles against players globally in famous locations from the movie and TV show.
Players will have 40+ warriors to choose from — both Rangers and villains from the Power Rangers multiverse in this high graphic game.
Chicken Scream is a platformer game, but an unusual one. The chicken needs to keep walking to complete the level and jump in order to avoid falling down.
The unusual part is that you’re going to control the chicken using your voice. You’ll have to talk or sing to make the chicken walk and scream to make it jump — beware of the obstacles.
Yes, you read that right. There is no tapping involved while playing this game, which is controlled solely by your voice.
Let us know how you like these games and if we missed out your favourite, share it with us in the comments below.