A cool new month calls for even a cooler list of Android games. The September list includes a cool first person shooting (FPS) game, an awesome entertaining bounce game, and adventures of a little red Kraken.
Without, further ado, let’s get started.
Few games can surpass the legacy of Heihachi Mishima and Tekken. As you might know, Tekken is a fighting video game where you have to hand-pick a character and engage in hand-to-hand combat with your opponent.
Sadly, Tekken isn’t available in the Google Play Store yet, but you can use ApkPure to get this game by following the below-mentioned steps.
Step 1: Get ApkPure
Download Apk Pure store on your device and search for Tekken
Step 2: Download the Main Player
Now just tap on Download button and wait for the installation to finish. Just make sure installation from Unknown sources is enabled.
Once that’s done, you can either uninstall APK Pure or keep it on your phone.See Also: 5 Impressive Media Apps for Android That aren’t Available on Google’s Play Store
2. Kraken Land : Platformer Adventures
If you love adventure games, here’s a new game to add to your list. Kraken Land: Platformer Adventures follows the adventure of a small red Kraken in its bid to destroy its enemies.
The controls of this game are super fine and provide up to 60 fps for smooth gameplay (provided that the phone supports it).
Other than that, the game has a slew of interesting levels (including, nitro) with its fair share of coins and rewards thrown in.
3. Voletarium: Sky Explorers
Voletarium: Sky Explorers is the adventure of two brothers — Emily and Lawrence — in their attempt to become sky explorers. As you’d expect, you’d have to design and build different flying machines while experimenting with various parts and techniques.
The game is a tad slow initially, but once you get the hang, it’ll get you hooked.
4. Titanfall: Assault
Titanfall: Assault is a real-time strategical game (RTS) involving towering titans and pilots in the Frontier battlefield. The gameplay is fast paced and the mission objective is simple — lead your team to victory.
Beyond that, the game involves dozens of cards which provide powerful support.See Also: Top 7 Offline Shooting Games for Android
5. Leap On
Leap On is a fun non-stop arcade game where you have to follow a tiny white blob as it goes about its leaping sprees.
The blob is attached to a center surrounded by white shapes and your only objective is to hurl towards these shapes while grabbing exciting power-ups in between. Simple enough, right?
6. Virtua Tennis Challenge
Love tennis but no time to play it in the real world? Let the Virtua Tennis Challenge fill the void. Here, you can compete against fifty different players from around the world in various stadiums.
And not only does the game has its share of clay and grass courts, you can also opt for multiplayer games or go on a world tour (provided you have the necessary funds to enter the championship).Also See: 5 Sega Classics Released for iOS and Android: Retro Comeback
7. World War Heroes: WW2 Online FPS
Well, the name pretty much says it all. The World War Heroes is a first person shooting (FPS) game with excellent graphics and awesome gameplay.
It boasts of an arsenal of weapons, including guns, rockets, grenades, rockets and body armors and around 5 maps in your bid to better your tactics and discover your enemy’s weak spots.
8. A Planet of Mine
If you are a Guardians of the Galaxy Fan, you might recall that Ego (Starlord’s father) had a unique passion (apart from obsessing over power) — the passion to build his planet into a beautiful and resourceful place.
Well, if you want to be Ego, albeit, for a short time, you can try your hands on the A Planet of Mine game.
A Planet of Mine is an engaging game combining a slew of strategy — exploration, mining, and innovation.
It includes an innovative stellar system generator built for distributing resources, species, and planets to help in your run in building a self-sustaining planet.
Game Away, Folks!
The weekend is almost upon us and don’t let it go in vain instead bask in these simple and easy-to-play games. These are our top picks for casual games in Android for the month of September 2017. What’s yours?
Last updated on 03 February, 2022
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