Top 10 Most Addictive Games On Android
Yeah, things are really changing. It’s no longer exciting to see console-quality games on a mobile device- we are now used them. We’re at a point now where phones are powerful enough to handle high-definition graphics and intense gameplay with ease. Still, most mobile gaming adventures are dominated by simple arcade-style games. All they may need are few taps here and there, but their addictive nature is not something we can ignore.
And, Android? Android continues to win over a huge market share of smartphone users. Thousands of Android-based smartphones are being currently sold on different stores (online and offline) all over the world. Android smartphones are superb devices that are used in dozens of different ways. They are used to work, to socialize, perform daily tasks, entertain ourselves, and, of course, play games.
List Of Addicting Games For Android Phones For 2002 - 2015, 2016
1. FIFA 15:
People loves football. People loves watching football, and also loves playing it (physically, and 'digitally')
As for the FIFA 15, no football fan can miss this game! There can be many football-themed games, but no matter how old they are, FIFA games will always be the top choice for Android users. The rules are pretty simple: create your own dream football team and start climbing up the rank! There are over 30 football leagues, 600 famous players and 16,000 legendary players available for choice in FIFA 15 so you’ll never get bored again
Atomas is a puzzle game with a scientific twist. Your job as the player is to create valuable elements such as gold, platinum, and silver by combining atoms. It might sound complicated, but the game is actually very simple. All you have to do is combine atoms with the same numbers, but the trick to doing well is to create symmetric patterns so you can combine multiple atoms at once.
Atomas is a lot like a game called Threes. There’s no timers or pressure to “beat the game.” Your own high score is motivation enough to keep you playing over and over again. Every time you finish a game your immediate next thought is would be something like: “Ho, I can do better than that.” And before you know it, you're addicted to it.
3. Bing Bong:
Bing Bong is like a super simplified version of a game called 'Frogger'. You as the player control a single dot that constantly moves back and forth across a “road” of moving objects. Every time your dot makes it to one side of the road you get a point. The only way you can avoid the obstacles is to slow down your dot. You can’t move sideways or stop completely. It’s fast-moving fun.
This is what makes this game addictive. There’s no time to stop and think- but since the game is all about timing you really need to think. This makes for quick decisions that aren’t always the best, and the game goes so quick that you’ll immediately start playing again after it’s over.
4. Crossy Road:
Crossy Road is a very interesting game. The goal here is to get as far as possible without being killed. You have to cross busy roads, rivers filled with logs and lily pads, railways, and more. Unlike Bing Bong, you can move forward, left, right, and back, but if you take too long to move you’ll be abducted by an eagle.
Crossy Road is one of those games that feels a lot easier than it really is. Every time you die it feels like you just made a mistake. So you’ll play over and over again because you feel you can easily beat that score. Then it gets addictive. Also, since there are unlockable characters, you will want to strive collecting them all. Therefore, it get addictive.
5. Current Flow:
With the game Current Flow, the goal is to supply energy to light bulbs by creating a complete circuit. To do this, you tap on tiles to rotate conduit pipes. Once the pipes create a complete circuit between the power source and the light bulb it will light up. It’s reminiscent of an old game called Pipe Dream, but the pipes are already in their final location, you just have to find the right orientation.
Current Flow, like a lot of puzzle games, get your interest by starting off very easy. You can speed through the first 5 levels with ease, but gradually it gets more difficult. Eventually, you won’t be able to finish a level in one attempt, and that is where the addiction starts.
6. Freaking Math:
Some games are hard, while some are easy. Freaking Math is a rare game that somehow can be easy and hard at the same time. The premise of this game is so simple it can be described in one sentence. You have 2 seconds to choose if a math equation is right or wrong. That’s it. The equation is basically addition, and the goal of the game is to get as many correct answers in a row as possible.
What makes it addictive is that, the game is so easy, but yet so infuriatingly difficult. It’s that 2-second timer that makes the game addictive. If you take away the timer this becomes a brush-up on elementary school math, but with the timer you’ll do things like “1+1=3.” And then you get angry and play again.
7. Swing Copters:
In Swing Copters you as the player control a little dude in a propellor cap. The aim of the game is to fly as high as possible without hitting the obstacles. What you will be doing is to tap to change directions, but it’s not as easy as it sounds.
What makes it addictive is that, Swing Copters looks very easy to play, but you quickly find out it’s not.
8. Tadpole Tap:
Tadpole Tap is all about trying to get your tadpole to reach the sky. The only way to get there is with your tongue. You can latch on to seaweed and lilypads to climb your way up, but certain types can’t hold your weight for long. You’ll also want to eat flies as your climbing, but don’t stay in one place for too long or rising tide will get you.
There’s a lot to process while you’re playing this game that seems simple. You have to play close attention to the things you latch onto, and watch for flies and power-ups to snag. This game experience is very addictive, but the ability to improve your tadpole and buy power-ups makes it even better.
In Timberman you play as a burly lumberjack (or Jill) at the bottom of a massively tall tree. The goal is to chop down as much of the tree as possible while avoiding branches and keeping your energy bar filled. Simply tap the left or right side of the tree to chop. That’s all there is to it.
Like so popular most addictive android game ever, the premise of ULTRAFLOW is simple in theory: get your ball to the goal. In order to do that you need to bounce your ball off of walls, but it doesn’t stop there. You’re only allowed a certain amount of bounces, and there are tons of obstacles making it more difficult.
What makes it addictive is that, you can try again and again in rapid succession. Once you realize the ball isn’t going to reach the goal in the allotted bounces you can double-tap to try again. You as the player don’t even have to wait for the current turn to be over.
So, if you as a game lover and thought you've seen it all, then check out those listed above!!!!