Android games have become a huge part of any Android Smartphone owners relaxation time. Being easy to access and discard, Android games are available in all the usual genres and theres some exciting stuff out there this week. We’ve picked a few we think you should not overlook when searching for your next time killer.
Football Manager Handheld 2012The first big one (and it is a major flagship title coming to Android) is Football Manager Handheld 2012. This little beauty is great fun, and has a few tweaks that show real intelligence behind the scenes. You get the chance to manage any club in 12 countries, which leaves you with a massive choice of clubs to run, from the lowly to the outright champions. This means that you get a lot for your money when you consider you are playing a management game on a phone.
We mentioned the intelligence earlier, and this is where the interesting part comes. Rather than do a straight port of a game that you might find on a computer or a console, this version of the game addresses the shorter nature of Android games without loosing any of the features you would expect. You can of course take on a whole career on the game, and spend hours trying to get to the top of whatever league you are in. But this version also offers a challenge option, where you can play much shorter scenarios perfectly suited to the daily commute. In short, Graphics are sharp and clear, and the UI is perfect too. A great game, which retails at £6.99.
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Dark LegendsNext up we have Dark Legends, a completely free to play MMORPG (Massively Multiplayer Online Roleplaying Game). This one has incredible graphics and a great sense of fun attached to it. You get to play vampires with this, and build up your experience in a wickedly exciting 3D environment while at the same time building up relations with other vampires so that you can form allegiances that allow you to win more battles and generally rise to the top of the vampire tree.
We love this game because it is absolutely free, and that it also has a nice front end. There is plenty of eye candy here, and if like to get stuck into a deep role playing Android games, this is one for you.
Frisbee ForeverFrisbee Forever is a new game that is free and has a unique twist in that not only do you get to play Frisbee on your Android phone, you get to do it in the clearest HD 3D graphics we have ever seen for a game of this type. The landscapes you get to throw the thing through are gorgeous and thrilling, and you get a real sense of the developers putting hours into a game that they love. There is plenty of challenge here, and it is particularly suited for youngsters too.
The Moron Test 2The final game on our list is The Moron Test 2, which retails at £0.69. This little beauty allows you to have fun trying out simple puzzles, like brain training but more fun. The graphics are great, and you can play it with your friends too, with some real ‘no-brainer’ tests proving quite hard to master under pressure. A real gem, and definitely worth the small price for the hours of fun you are going to have.
Thats it for this weeks look at Android games, if you can think of any games we should cover in the future please let us know.
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