July 2022 has brought a slew of great new Android games to the marketplace, and if you’re a gamer with an Android device, then you’ll likely want to play all of them as soon as possible. If you’re looking for the best Android games available right now (July 2022), look no further! We’ve found 10 of the most entertaining and addictive Android games currently on the market, so check them out!
1) Modern Combat 5: Blackout
The first game up on our list of android games is a first-person shooter from Gameloft. This title is set within a fictionalized version of present-day Earth and allows players to fight it out against each other in both online multiplayer and offline survival modes. The app offers more than just standard single-player/multiplayer game modes, as well as special mission types that can be purchased for real money. Overall, Modern Combat 5: Blackout is a great choice for both newbies and veterans looking for something fresh and exciting on their android devices.
2) Minecraft (The Best Games for Android)
Minecraft is both a great game and an excellent tool for learning how to program. Many players create mods of their own, adding new items, objects, or locations. And despite its sandbox nature—there are no specific goals—Minecraft can be quite fun; there’s even a survival mode where players must mine resources and build shelters before nightfall. Beyond just being entertaining, Minecraft can be educational: it offers infinite possibilities and lets you approach challenges creatively from different angles.
3) Horizon Chase (The Best Games for Android)
This game is a throwback to classic racing games. It has an old-school feel and looks like it came right out of a PS2 title, which is precisely what I loved about it. In addition, I was also a fan of its soundtrack, as it was fast-paced and exciting. The game includes several different modes that all cater to different audiences. If you’re tired of all those samey racers that take themselves too seriously, Horizon Chase – World Tour will put some fun back into your gaming experience.
4) The Witness (The Best Games for Android)
The Witness starts out slowly. It feels like a walking simulator with beautiful scenery, but that isn’t what it is at all. As you make your way through puzzles in The Witness, an intriguing story unravels—as well as a bigger picture of what’s going on. This game contains hundreds of different puzzles that each require careful thought and attention to detail (no peeking online!), and while some may be frustrating at first, they never get boring or repetitive. If you need something new and challenging, The Witness will be right up your alley—and it’ll keep you busy for hours upon hours.
5) Grand Theft Auto IV
The game’s open-world map was about twice as large as that of Grand Theft Auto III. Set within Liberty City, which bears resemblance to New York City, GTA IV features a multiplayer mode. Players can complete various missions—linear scenarios with set objectives—online through Internet-enabled consoles or PCs. In addition, they can freely roam and cause havoc around Liberty City (and select areas of Blaine County). Like other games in its series, GTA IV is composed of elements from driving games and third-person shooters. The ability to use a cellphone to organize and take part in game sessions is an added feature for Grand Theft Auto IV.
6) Alto’s Odyssey
Alto’s Odyssey is one of those games that can almost immediately capture your attention. Though it doesn’t offer anything spectacular from a gameplay perspective, its bold visuals, soothing music, and clever level design ensure you won’t put it down once you start playing. It’s an endless runner set in a beautiful desert, but it takes a lot more than standard genre mechanics to keep your attention. While Alto’s Odyssey doesn’t do anything new mechanically speaking, its bright graphics, excellent soundtrack, and near-perfect level design easily make it one of the best Android games out there right now.
7) Where’s My Water? 2
Disney and Pixar have enjoyed a long-standing partnership, but now, it’s time for a new adventure: meet Swampy. In Disney’s smash hit sequel Where’s My Water 2, Swampy is back for more wild adventures under the city streets of New Orleans where he lives with all his animal friends from Story Land. Like its predecessor, Where’s My Water 2 is visually stunning with colorful graphics and immersive animations that bring Story Land to life like never before. Where’s My Water? 2 also features fun physics-based gameplay as players help Swampy battle The Unflushables through puzzles filled with dynamic water mechanics. Dive in!
8) Slayaway Camp
Slayaway Camp is one of those simple yet addictive puzzlers that doesn’t really do anything new. You simply slide blocks around a grid, trying to create a path for your character (or something like that—it’s been a while since I played). It sounds straightforward, but you have to combine multiple types of blocks and quickly change directions on-the-fly. And, if you don’t watch out, a bad turn or two will end up costing you dearly. This game started out as an iOS exclusive—on release it was only available for iPhones and iPads—but it has recently made its way over to Android devices. If you can handle some gruesome violence with your puzzles, then I highly recommend Slayaway Camp.
9) PUBG MOBILE
Android’s biggest game is, unsurprisingly, also its most popular. It’s a battle royale shooter that pits 100 players against each other on an island as they all fight for survival. This one-time mobile-exclusive has become a major PC hit over time and is still growing. With great visuals and an exciting playstyle, PUBG Mobile is sure to be around for years to come. You can pick it up on Google Play here.
10) Diablo Immortal
At long last, Blizzard has announced its first mobile game, Diablo Immortal. Like Pokemon Go but with demons and loot, it’s a surprisingly fun experience that combines Diablo III’s and-slash gameplay with Pokémon Go’s camera controls. (There are even rare monsters!) Just keep an eye on your data usage: many fans have been disappointed with Blizzard’s decision to let partners serve ads through their games. As if microtransactions weren’t enough!
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