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The best free Android games 2018
The best free games for Android smartphones and tablets
What’s better than a free game? Pretty much nothing. Except when it’s terrible and you’ve wasted time on downloading and playing it. Fortunately, there are loads of fantastic free games for Android – and we list the very best here.
Whether you’re into word games, endless runners, platformers or puzzles, there’s something here for you.
Click through to the next pages to see each category or read on below for our pick of the week. And check back weekly for our latest pick.
Free Android game of the week: Flipflop Solitaire
Flipflop Solitaire is at its core spider solitaire. The aim is to remove every card from the table. Cards can be built on the tableau in rank, and in-suit sequences can be moved between columns – but Flipflop shakes things up by messing with the rules.
First, it’s primarily designed for smartphones, and you get just five columns of cards. This is trickier than the standard spider layout, and so the game allows you to stack cards in both directions – enabling dizzying sequences like 9876787654543. You only have to stop stacking when you run out of space.
These changes might seem paltry, but they have the effect of making almost every hand technically possible to win. Throw in endless undos and this transforms Flipflop from yet another throwaway card game into a deviously clever mobile puzzler.
The best free racing games for Android
Our favorite free Android 3D, retro, 2D and on-rails racers.
Disc Drivin’ 2
Disc Drivin’ 2 is the turn-based driving game which was presumably created when someone reimagined shuffleboard as Mario Kart and shoved that strange concoction online for web-based multiplayer contests.
The concept of a turn-based racer is bonkers and it shouldn’t work, but it really does. As you flick your little disc about tracks suspended in space, the tension ramps up as you home in on your opponent. You will learn to master shortcuts, zip past hazards, and also how to make best use of bonus powers afforded to your little disc.
It’s absurd to think that one of the best mobile racers on Android is about flicking a coin around a race track, but there we have it. Miss this one at your peril.
Asphalt 9: Legends
Asphalt 9: Legends, like its predecessors, is a decidedly nitro-happy, larger-than-life take on arcade racing. It has you belt along at insane speeds, regularly soaring into the air, your car spinning and pinwheeling in a manner that’d have your car insurance company angrily tear up your policy documents.
This racer also differentiates itself by streamlining controls to the point you needn’t steer. The car moves on rails, with you swiping between lanes, and timing actions like boosts and drifts. That might sound reductive, but this doesn’t detract from the racing feel, it gives you a keen sense of focus on timing, and there’s a manual option if you really want that.
Being an Asphalt game, there’s some grind, but this is offset by you being immersed in the most outlandish and eye-dazzling arcade racing on Android.
Asphalt Xtreme: Rally Racing
Asphalt Xtreme: Rally Racing takes Asphalt off-road. It ditches its collection of sports cars and larger-than-life city circuits for jeeps and trucks – and an awful lot of mud, dirt, rocks, and grime.
Another thing there’s an awful lot of is freemium mechanics. As is seemingly law for an Asphalt game, exciting racing is sadly gunked up by all manner of timers and IAP gates. But put that aside and you’ll find Xtreme an entertainingly daft addition to the series.
Blasting through deserts, canyons and jungles, with your off-roader soaring into the air in a manner that’s almost certainly not covered by insurance, never really gets old. And although the basics – loads of nitro; floaty physics; crazy tracks – might be familiar, the new environments alone make this one worth a download.
Carmageddon is a blast from the past of PC gaming. It masquerades as a racer, but often feels like you’re hunting prey – albeit while encased in a suit of speeding metal.
The game’s freeform ‘arenas’ are networks of roads in a dystopian future. People and cows blithely amble about while deranged drivers smash each other to pieces. Victories come by way of completing laps, wrecking all your opponents, or mowing down every living thing in the vicinity.
In the 1990s, this was shocking to the point of Carmageddon being banned in some countries. Today, the lo-fi violence seems quaint. But the game’s tongue-in-cheek humor survives, sitting nicely alongside bouncy physics, madcap sort-of-racing, and deranged cops attempting to crush you into oblivion should you cross their path.
Asphalt 8: Airborne
Asphalt 8: Airborne is a high-octane racer that gave a cursory glance towards realism. It then decided against bothering with such a trifling issue, and decided it’d much prefer you to pelt along at insane speeds under the power of glorious nitro, which frequently sends your car soaring into the air.
Not one for the simulation crowd, then, but this racer is perfect for everyone else. The larger-than-life branched courses – hyper-real takes on real-world locations – are madcap and exciting. Rather than doing laps around a boring circuit surrounded by gravel traps, you blast through rocket launch sites, and blaze through volcanos.
There are downsides – cynical IAPs and timers abound, welding a massive comedy tailfin to this otherwise sleek racer’s stylings. But for dizzying speed, mid-air barrel rolls, and loads of laughs, this racer is tough to beat.
Sonic Forces: Speed Battle
Sonic Forces: Speed Battle reimagines Sonic The Hedgehog as an into-the-screen lane-based auto-runner. Which probably sounds a lot like Sonic Dash – but here, you battle it out against online opposition.
With trap-laden courses and pick-ups you can regularly grab as you belt along, Speed Battle has hints of Mario Kart about it. Races are packed with tense moments as you unleash a fireball, in the hope of taking out a distant leader, or have the checkered flag in sight, but know your opponents are only fractions of a second behind.
There is some grind – chests with timers; multiple currencies; glacially slow leveling up. But Speed Battle puts a colorful, entertaining spin on auto-runners that’s fun even if you keep your wallet firmly closed.
Data Wing has the appearance of a minimal top-down racer, but it’s far, far more than that. That’s not to say the racing bit isn’t great — because it is. You guide your little triangular ship around neon courses, scooting across boost pads, and scraping track edges for a bit of extra speed.
But there’s something else going on here – an underlying narrative where you discover you’re, in fact, ferrying bits of data about, all under the eye of an artificially intelligent Mother. Initially, all seems well, but it soon becomes clear Mother has some electrons loose, not least when you start getting glimpses of a world beyond the silicon.
With perfect touch controls, varied racing levels, a few hours of story, and plenty of replay value, Data Wing would be a bargain for a few dollarpounds. For free, it’s absurdly generous.
One Tap Rally
This game does for racing what auto-runners do for platform games. One Tap Rally is controlled with a single finger, pressing on the screen to accelerate and releasing to brake, while your car steers automatically. The aim is to not hit the sides of the track, because that slows you down.
Win and you move up the rankings, then playing a tougher, faster opponent. In a neat touch, said opponents are recordings of real-world attempts by other players, ranked by time.
In essence, this is a digital take on slot-racing, then, without the slots. But the mix of speed and strategy, along with a decent range of tracks, makes you forget about the simplistic controls. If anything, they become a boon, shifting the focus to learning track layouts and razor-sharp timing. Top stuff.
If you’re of the opinion gaming takes itself a tad too seriously at times, Maximum Car is a perfect antidote. This amusingly over-the-top racer has you barrel along winding roads, blowing up rival racers, and driving like a maniac.
Smash the same kind of car up enough across multiple races and you can buy it in the shop, using coins acquired by terrorizing other road users.
It all feels a bit like someone stripped down Burnout, added a slice of OutRun, and shoved the lot through a Lego-like visual filter.
Along with a brainless commentator (“I’ve got a reading age of six!”) growling at regular intervals as you use your ice cream van to smash an unfortunate convertible to smithereens, this all makes for a suitably silly and entertaining blast of speed that’s great in small doses.
In the world of Splash Cars, it appears everyone’s a miserable grump apart from you. Their world is dull and grey, but your magical vehicle brings colour to anything it goes near. The police aren’t happy about this and aim to bring your hue-based shenanigans to a close, by ramming your car into oblivion. There’s also the tiny snag of a petrol tank that runs dry alarmingly quickly.
Splash Cars therefore becomes a fun game of fleeing from the fuzz, zooming past buildings by a hair’s breadth, grabbing petrol and coins carelessly left lying about, and trying to hit an amount-painted target before the timer runs out. Succeed and you go on to bigger and better locations, with increasingly powerful cars.
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Best free Android games of 2018
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Some of the best things in life are free, and by applying a little discretion, we can certainly apply this to Android games. There are a whole ton of free games on the Play Store clamoring for your attention, and it can be hard to pick out the best ones at a glance. Luckily for you, we’ve taken on the long, hard job of testing the most promising for you.
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Just because a game is free, doesn’t mean it has to be poor quality. These top free Android games won’t cost a single cent, though many will show ads or offer in-app purchases for extra goodies.
We’ve selected 15 of the best free games that can provide hours of enjoyment even without in-app purchases being taken into account, to enjoy without any strain on your wallet.
Sword of Xolan
Sword of Xolan is a sword and sorcery platformer with lovely pixel art, well-implemented touch controls and a whole lot of heart. The story is fairly lightweight, with our hero out to fight for justice and save the world from evil. But the game itself doesn’t lack for depth.
Controlling the titular Xolan and his sword, you must jump and slash through a variety of levels filled with tropes that 90s gamers will be very familiar with. Monsters, spikes, pits and smashable containers full of power-ups. But old-school doesn’t mean boring, and one of the joys of Sword of Xolan is the satisfaction of outsmarting a variety of enemies that come at you with different movement patterns or attack routines. Naturally there are boss fights that are bigger, badder and trickier than the mooks.
Sword of Xolan shines due to excellent level design, with secrets, enemies, traps and jumps all feeling meticulously placed. My only gripe would be a lack of difficulty progression, as the game doesn’t start out easy and then get harder, it basically has the same level of challenge (which is pretty tricky) throughout. Though it’s possible to pick up power-up cards as you play through the game, these are basically random bonuses with minimal impact.
Difficulty aside, Sword of Xolan is a delight and quite addictive. Our bearded hero’s quest for justice may not be an original one, but the game’s skillful design compels to heed the call to adventure regardless.
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- App version: 1.0.10
- App size: 70.78 MB
- Compatibility: Android 2.3 and up
- Price: Free with ads, $0.99 to remove ads
Gamer’s of a certain age will remember losing many hours of precious youth to brutal first person shooter pioneer Doom. This game is effectively a Doom port made with an original set of assets and game levels to avoid falling foul of copyright.
Freedoom basically plays just like the classic, as the assets are different but still recognizable in the style of the original. You’re still blasting ugly creatures in a vaguely industrial wasteland, and all the fun action, atmosphere and tension of Doom is right here in a not-so-different skin.
Almost just like old times. / © AndroidPIT (screenshot)
As an added bonus, you can always load your old (legally owned, of course) original Doom WAD files into the app’s config folder, if you want to play the real thing on your phone. Fantastically, this also goes for related games on the same engine, such as Heretic, Hexen, and Strife, or the various mods of these games available online.
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- App version: 0.2.5
- App size: 40.85 MB
- Compatibility: Android 5.0 and up
- Economic model: Free
The Witch’s Isle
The Witch’s Isle is an atmospheric adventure game with beautiful pixel art and a compelling mystery at the heart of its story. On a faraway island ruled by a witch, one villager is cursed to recover a stolen urn by 4:00 a.m, upon pain of death. The whys and wherefores? Well, you might find that out, depending on your choices.
And your choices do matter, as player actions in The Witch’s Isle can lead to one of 7 endings, including a few ‘bad’ ones and an especially difficult ‘best’ one. Whichever route you end up taking, the game’s well-crafted atmosphere will keep you spellbound.
The Witch’s Isle also boasts an interesting feature not found in many adventure games. Not only do you control the protagonist, you can also have the camera follow other characters, giving you an insight into their lives and routines. By carefully observing these NPCs, not only do you become more immersed in the game’s story, but also discover some useful secrets you might otherwise miss.
The Witch’s Isle
- App version: 4.0.5
- App size: 93.37 MB
- Compatibility: Android 5.0 and up
- Economic model: Ads with in-app purchase to remove, donation
Sneak In is a puzzle game in which you have to shoot colored balls that stick together to get combinations of three balls in a row. When three balls of the same color are side by side, they disappear. The game is entertaining and offers over 200 challenging levels, and there are also rankings which are updated weekly to give everyone a chance for glory.
A must-have for lovers of puzzles, it’s worth noting that Sneak In is ad-free and playable offline, both welcome features than can seem increasingly rare in the mobile game landscape.
- App version: The new path
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- Compatibility: Android 4.3 and up
- Economic model: Free
PUBG Mobile is fantastically faithful to the addictive gameplay that made so explosively popular on PC and Xbox. 100 players parachute onto an island, scavenge weapons and equipment and the duke it out in a winner-takes-all fight for survival as encroaching death zones push them ever closer together.
Controls suffer from a lack of precision compared to PC or Xbox, but you’re only pitted against other players on mobile, which helps keep the playing field even. The graphics are fantastic and so far, everything about PUBG is free (though once they have secured a large player base, I wouldn’t be surprised to see cosmetic IAP or ads start).
For the moment, PUBG remains the only serious game in town if you want a battle royale experience on mobile. But that could all change, as its main rival (some would say imitator) Fortnite Battle Royale is already a huge hit on iOS, and should land on Android later this year.
- App version: 0.3.3
- App size: 778 MB
- Compatibility: Android 4.3 and up
- Economic model: Free
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