10 Best free android gaming apps

10 Best free android gaming apps

1. Clash of clans: it is a strategy game where you can build a village train troops and you can battle thousands of people online. Downloads: 100 million, rating: 4.6/5
2. Dead trigger 2: it is first person shooter game, where you can battle against zombies for the control of the earth. Downloads: 10 million, rating: 4.5/5
3. Crossy Road: crossy road is a fun game with attractive graphics. You have to keep the blocky chick away from hazards. Downloads: 10 million, rating: 4.5/5
4. Pudding monster: it is a puzzle game, take control of pudding monster to save their friends from fridge owner. Downloads: 5 million, rating: 4.4/5
5. Plants vs. Zombies 2: it is a fun game where you have to defeat the zombies through the ages. Downloads: 50 million, rating: 4.4/5
6. Galaxy on fire 2: it is a space shooter game; it is a sprawling open-world space opera with more than 30 star systems for players to explore. Downloads: 1 million, rating: 4.4/5
7. Gt Racing 2: it is a fun racing game. GT Racing 2 features more than 60 licensed cars that can race on 13 tracks. Downloads: 10 million, rating: 4.3/5
8. Ingress: Ingress sees players taking the role of members of rival secret societies fighting for control of a mysterious energy source. Downloads: 5 million, rating: 4.3/5
9. Fifa 15 ultimate team: it is a soccer game where player built teams and fight against each others. Downloads: 10 million, rating: 4.3/5
10. World of tanks: control the iconic allied and Axis tanks from World War II and engage in 7 vs. 7 multiplayer shootouts across a variety of maps. Downloads: 10 million, rating: 4.3/5


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