We have been doing a follow up on google play store and on forums and other sites aswell that are providing and or selling android applications/games. From here we have been comparing only the gaming sections and we have come up with our list of the 10 Most Downloaded, Purchased, Cracked Android games for you.
1. LIMBO can be a platformer and puzzler, this is a favorite out of many Steam and console download places/applications. This game it’s creepy. Super weird. So creepy that it will provide you with recurring nightmares about a tiny big-headed boy as well as the various awful ways that this individual gets monochromatically disemboweled. But the atmosphere and puzzles are good, and at range of $5 for what has quickly become a minor classic, it’s also a reasonably good deal for this game. You might get it for free on google or just by purchasing it. At the moment the lowest price we came accross was on Google play store and it was for $4,99.
Total downloads are between 50.000-100.000
Here below we have some screenshots and 1 x video about the LIMBO game for you to get an idea.
2. Merchants of Kaidan
If you’re old enough, you might remember the “pirate math” games that you could play on PC that had you dealing goods from port to dock for fun and profit. This game takes that basic idea and expands it with a few RPG-style storylines and some fantastic 2D art. It’s a new pricey game by mobile specifications, but includes no IAP (and it could be so easy in this style of title) or advertising. If you want a little math in your own strategy, give it a try.
Regain your riches, restore your honour and punish those who have been on your way. Merchants of Kaidan is a challenging trading game fused with lots of RPG elements. You start very humble, one cart, a purse of gold and silver coins is all that you have. Your task is to roam the world and search of opportunities to score some profit. Buy low, sell high a merchant’s motto is easy to grasp. And yet the job is harder than it seems.
Merchants Of Kaidan has been downloaded up to 50.000 Times From the Google Play Store.
Here you can see some screenshots of Merchants of Kaidan:
Here we have the Official Merchants of Kaidan's Trailer as you can see here below to get an idea of the game:
Evoland is the most of the part video game, part history of lessons (about video games). While it’s ostensibly a traditional Japanese-style RPG, the graphics and game mechanics shift as the story progresses, going from an ancient black-and-white portable game to a modern 3D action-adventure. It’s an interesting and decidedly meta take on the genre. Eventually the game just devolves into over-the-top battles that can only be won by buying in-game items with real money.* Like an increasing number of high-profile Android games, Evoland got its start on Steam and console download services.
This game is available in most of the application sites like Google Play Store and has been downloaded for over 50.000 Times.
Evoland is an action adventure game which takes you on a journey through the history of classic adventure and RPG gaming. As you progress through the game, you unlock new technologies, gameplay systems and ever-improving graphics. From monochrome to full 3D graphics and from turn-based battles to real-time boss fights, Evoland makes you live the evolution of adventure gaming all with plenty of humor and nods to moments from classic games.
Here below you can see some screenshots during gameplay of EvoLand:
Here you can see the Video Game trailer of Evoland ( Official ):
4 Monster vs Sheep
The kaiju-style monsters have invaded Earth with destruction in mind, and our only defense is… sheep. The idea is to fling sheep into the monster’s mouth until it’s so full that it can’t move, and fling the hapless humans out of the way at the same time. That seems less effective than, say, flinging bombs into its mouth or something, but then you wouldn’t hear the adorable “baaaa” sound effects. Monster vs Sheep is one dollar with no in-app purchases.
The monster is hungry and on the attack. Can you stop the monster from destroying the city? Monster vs Sheep is a fun-filled arcade, free-throw extravaganza. Toss fluffy sheep into a giant monster’s mouth to save a coastal city from impending doom. Your mission is to stuff the monster full of sheep and stop his rampage. Up to 32 levels of increasing difficulty. Compete with players around the world with global leaderboard through Google Play Service.
Monster vs Sheep screenshots during gameplay:
Monster vs Sheep Live Playing video game:
5. GAROU: MARK OF THE WOLVES
It’s not often we see traditional fighters come to Android, with the exception of those from SNK. Most of these have been re-releases of the well-known King of Fighters series, but Garou: Mark of the Wolves is actually a pseudo-sequel to Fatal Fury. This $4 Android port of the 1999 original includes support for multiplayer over Bluetooth and external controllers for proper button-mashing. Also, it’s both French and Japanese, so playing it makes you cultured! (No, not really.)
This latest installment in the legendary series from SNK welcomes a new hero with Rock Howard, the posthumous successor of Geese Howard who was raised by the “Legendary Wolf” Terry Bogard, and a host of all-new charismatic characters with their own unique background story and goals. “GAROU: MARK OF THE WOLVES” renews the series with the “T.O.P. SYSTEM”, a revolutionary game mechanic that can be set anywhere on the character’s lifebar and gives access to a unique attack and significantly increases the character’s hitting power.
Total downloads around 25.000, Purchase price at Google Play Store is $3,99 ( Last Checked )
GAROU: MARK OF THE WOLVES Screenshots During Gameplay:
GAROU: MARK OF THE WOLVES Live Game Play on Video:
Third-person shooters on consoles are legally required to offer at least two sequels – violating developers can actually be jailed for releasing only one or two games in five years. Mobile gaming seems to be following suit. Overkill 3 is aping its console predecessors with a sci-fi storyline and high-end graphics. Speaking of which: check out the screenshots below. Notice the lack of guns? You can blame that on Apple’s crazy new anti-violence crusade and developer Craneballs’ laziness, since they didn’t bother to take Android screenshots. Overkill 3 is free to play with pricey in-app purchases.
This game is for free and has been awarded as a Must have game and it has over 1 Million Downloads.
Welcome to the future. It’s grim and dark. The ever oppressing Faction wants everyone to follow and obey. They will stop at nothing. People are scared. Demoralized. The few who fight back are painfully outnumbered. They need hope. Someone to show them the way. Will you stand up for humanity and fight for its future? Step into the action of the audio-visual spectacle that is Overkill 3. Lead the Resistance into victory over the evil Faction forces and their brutal killing machines. This game is impressive and can be addicted well we can say this about mostly all good games out there.
Overkill 3 Screenshots during Gameplay on android Phone:
Overkill 3 Live Game Play Video:
7. Magic Touch: Wizard for Hire
Dear Magic Touch enemies: far be it from me to question your balloon-based conveyances, but I would like to offer you a suggestion. If you didn’t paint magical symbols onto each of them, it might be harder for wizards to draw that magical symbol in the air and pop your balloons, keeping you from landing in their castles (and incidentally killing you). Just a suggestion. I’d also like to extend a thank you to whoever decided to make the game free with a single $3,00 IAP to remove advertising.
Wanted, wizard required for defence duties. Must be proficient in spell casting to pop varying balloon types that may be utilised by intruders. Must be confident working alone and comfortable facing aggressive hordes. Advanced magic techniques desirable but can be learnt on the job. Applicant expected to provide their own spell book and potion bottles. Might contact the game owners / Developers. ( Google Search )
This game is innitially for free as you could understand already, but it comes with the option to remove the advertisements for $3. This game has been downloaded for more then a million times considered aswell as one of the most downloaded and played games from the Google Play Store.
Magic Touch: Wizard for Hire Screenshots During Game Play:
Magic Touch: Wizard for Hire Live Game Play Video:
7. Dots ( Free Game from Google Play Store )
Proving the notion that simpler is better on mobile, Dots is stupidly, almost patronisingly simple, with players just drawing lines between coloured dots. Link them up and, as coloured things tend to do in games, they disappear, So more fall in. And it carries on like this, getting more and more compulsive as you chase bigger and better dot combos.
8.The Simpsons Tapped Out (free)
EA Sports game based on the inhabitants of Springfield is surprising in a few ways. It's free, which is quite the thing, plus, although what many would deride as a 'freemium' game, it's more than possible to keep it going in the background, pottering away, slowly unlocking all of its content for free. Free-to-play done right, for once.
9. Angry Birds Space (free from Google Play Store )
Screenshot of Angry Birds Space during a live Play:
Developer Rovio has done quite a lot of aggressive whoring of the Angry Birds franchise, but this space-based fork of the simplistic physics game series is really worth a try. For one, it introduces some new play concepts, with the planet-based levels requiring different tactics, plus the puzzles generally need a bit more of a thoughtful approach than the chuck-it-and-see of the originals.
The developer calls this a "multidirectional shoot them up" presumably because describing it as a "Geometry Wars clone" might have got him in a bit of legal trouble. Regardless of its origin, it's a superb shooter with some bizarre game modes and controls that work exceptionally well on touch devices.
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