As much fun as it is to play these awesome games, one can't use them as a quick break during work or study hours. In such moments, the following Android games come in handy.
Over the last few days, we have played some new and free Android games that were released on Google Play Store and, needless to say, they are exhilarating.
To share this experience with you, we have rounded up a few of these new and free Android apps that you should certainly play this December.
1. Shadow Fight 3
The first on our list of Android games for December is Shadow Fight 3, the third successor to the Shadow Fight League. The Shadow Fight series is one of the most popular game series on Google Play Store with over 100 million downloads.
This game sports some amazing graphics. As you might already know, it's an RPG game where you need to be the best fighter by beating powerful adversaries. Rest of the details? We'd let you find them out when you play this incredible game.
2. The Tower Assassin's Creed
I love Ketchapp Games for their simple and stunning effects that make it hard to put the phone down. The first Ketchapp game, which I played almost three years ago, was so addictive.
The Tower Assassin's Creed is one such addictive title released by the Ketchapp Games. Built to celebrate the tenth anniversary of Assassin's Creed, in this game, you'd need to jump around and build a tower at the same time. The moment the Assassin breaches the top layer, the game ends.
The moment the Assassin breaches the top layer, the game ends.
So, the thumb rule is simple — build fast and build smart.
3. Drag & Dodge
Speaking of new, free and addictive Android games, we have Drag & Dodge. As suggestive of its name, it's a single touch arcade game, where you'd have to survive the longest.
The bright neon colors offer an extra edge to this game. While it's a free Android game, you can make it get rid of the in-app ads by paying Rs 80, which roughly converts to $1.24.
4. Stranger Things: The Game
There's hardly a Netflix user who is not a hard-core Stranger Things fan. This Netflix Original brings the 80's nostalgia back with its superb mix of conspiracy theory, sci-fi action, and horror.
Banking on its success as a web series, Netflix has launched Stranger Things: The Game.
Staying true to the original storyline, this action adventure game is where you'd have to explore Hawkins, Mirkwood Forest, Hawkins Lab, and other mysterious places and solve exciting puzzles along the way.
5. INK: Endless Ascend
Remember NinJump, the fast-paced endless runner game? If I recollect correctly, in Ninjump, you'd have to climb on top a tower while defending yourself against evil ninjas, bird strikes, and exploding cannonballs.
INK: Endless Ascend is based on a similar storyline where, instead of a cute little ninja, your avatar is that of a little blob of black ink. Yes, you heard it right.
The blob of ink rushes at a lightning speed, giving a stiff competition to your reflexes.
The controls are easy. All you've to do is tap on the screen to make the blob jump across to the other side while you protect it against spikes. Sounds simple, right?
After a couple of minutes into the game, the blob of ink becomes supercharged and just rushes at a lightning speed through the building wall, giving a stiff competition to your reflexes.
If you ask me, it's a great game to test your reflexes and the synchronization of your mind and hands.
6. South Park: Phone Destroyer™
South Park: Phone Destroyer is the byproduct when the South Park Digital Studios teams up with Ubisoft. The popular TV show producers released this awesome game last month.
Prepare to battle on your phone in this epic free-to-play, card-based mobile game and, as expected, it has a horde of characters.
What's more? It lets you choose between solo and multiplayer battles. As mentioned earlier, the battles are fought with cards. What's interesting is that this game allows you to customize your South Park character the way you want.
7. Sniper Strike: Special Ops
Only three-weeks-old at the time of writing, the Sniper Strike: Special Ops is a high-quality Android Sniper game that has taken the Play Store by storm.
This FPS game offers a whole lot of co-ops as you join the Strike Force to target your enemies and upgrade your weapons with the points you collect. As obvious, you'd need to buy nozzles or bullets as you climb the levels.
Game On, Folks!
Do let us know in comments which one of these games will you play first? I am currently hooked on INK: Endless Ascend as it's fun and engaging.
While you are at it, also check out Animal Crossing, the famous game by Nintendo. You'd certainly like its gameplay as well.