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S moved on, this game has not, meaning it provides some good old fashioned RPG fare that doesn’t require you to continue spending money on in-app purchases. You do, however, need to spend $9.99 as a one-off purchase up front to buy it. While that feels like a lot for an app nowadays, it’s well worth it for anyone who enjoys RPGs. It also includes the two additional areas that were released as part of an update for the Nintendo DS. Somewhere near the start of the story, a friend you’ve met along the way is accidentally transported to a different time (yes, you get to use a time machine) and you heroically throw yourself into the portal to rescue her. What ensues after that is a mix of exploration, real-time battling, collecting different items and potions, and all manner of other things in a long game that should last you many, many hours per play through. What makes Sky Dancer both irritating and fun is the precision required to plant your landing perfectly as you sprint through the 3D landscape.

Tap both sides of the screen to jump, or hold either side to move in that direction, and that’s all your controls. When you do inevitably meet your demise, you get once chance to continue (either by using coins or watching an ad). The next time you slip up, the game is over. Like similar games, the main aim is to get as far as you can, racking up as many points as you can along the way. To do that, you need to ollie, kickflip, grind and manual your way through different side-scrolling levels.

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There’s a coin upgrade system that allows you to change things like your appearance and the board you’re using, which also affects how well you’re likely to do. Some items give bonus coins or boosts once you’ve equipped them. You can choose to go for top score, longest distance or highest combo on each run. However, what makes Epic Skater fun is the fluidity of controls and precision that makes pulling off an endless stream of tricks a really rewarding feeling. If you like shooting games, and are particularly keen on blasting zombies into many, many smaller parts, then Dead Trigger 2 is a good long-term choice as it’s being regularly updated with new content and challenges.

It’s also been around long enough, and is popular enough to have a huge number of people to go up against in various different versus modes too. There’s a main story mode, side missions to earn extra component parts and cash to upgrade your weapons and enough other challenges and options to keep you busy for a really long time. You can select between different control methods, and there’s support for gamepads and button mapping too, which is handy for a game like this. There’s also no real need to hand over any cash for in-game purchases either. If you’re looking to immerse yourself in an epic-feeling hack and slash game, then check out Godfire: Rise of Prometheus, which despite being available for quite a while, still offers a whole lot of gameplay for free. Like the others we’ve tried to include in this list, there’s no need to hand over any real cash to play this game, and provided you don’t intend on making any purchases, the story element of the game works well offline.

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It still looks pretty good for its age, though not the graphical achievement it once was, and the ‘final hit’ moves will be familiar to anyone that’s seen a Mortal Kombat ‘fatality’ sequence. It’s more action-adventure than puzzler, but each level does throw in a puzzle challenge, as well as plenty of enemies to hack up and an end-of-level boss to defeat.

Naturally, there are a whole load of different weapons you can acquire and upgrade along the way too. The racers included below have been selected for quality and fun, rather than realism and depth of play. There’s plenty to explore in both, but anyone looking for a more traditional big name racer will want to check out long-standing favorites like Asphalt: Airborne 8, CSR 2 and Real Racing 3.Micro Machines needs little introduction on any platform, and the Android game is no different. Grab yourself a car, select a race mode and you’ll be thrown into a race against other real opponents playing around the world. As is common in many free-to-play games nowadays, you’ll need to play a fair amount to unlock new courses and vehicles as you progress, but there’s enough variety to keep you entertained.

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And if you’re happy to hand over some money to skip the grind, you can do that instead. In race modes, the objective is pretty simple – get across the line first by any means necessary, which means using the weapons and other pickups you’ll collect as you race. In elimination mode, points are awarded to racers that manage to keep up the pace and stay on screen, and in Battle mode there’s no course to race around and the only aim is destruction of your enemies.

For anyone that prefers their races short and on two wheels, Dirt Xtreme is a new game that pitches a great balance of exciting races with challenging courses. It’s essentially a racing game that’s somewhere between a straight-out motocross game and a trial bike game that rewards balance and control.

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Races are mostly a minute or less, making it ideal for quick blasts when you just have a few minutes and there’s a selection of different bikes and tracks to unlock. In career mode, you work your way through different locations, each of which have multiple stages, racing against other players.

When there aren’t suitably skill-matched real opponents for you to race against, AI fills the gap. The upgrade system requires you to collect multiple items for each bike part, and you can upgrade each bike multiple times to significantly increase its overall stats. Even better, a recently introduced daily bonus makes getting the parts and bike blueprints required easier. Sometimes all you really want to do to release frustration with the real world is bash the hell out of someone in a video game. For those moments, we’d recommend these Android fighting games. How you tap or swipe the screen dictates what sort of swing you’ll take at your opponent, which works pretty neatly.

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Swiping upwards on the right side of the screen, for example, will deliver a right-handed uppercut, while swiping sideways on the right side will deliver a body blow. Working your way through the bouts will eventually lead you towards a face-off with Rocky Balboa, but the main appeal of the game is levelling up your fighter’s skills and then taking those online and using them against other real-life opponents. Mortal Kombat is another fighting series that’s stood the test of time, and this iteration brings it in-line with the mechanics for other mobile fighting games, by simplifying the controls and adding in a granular upgrade system.

Naturally, you’ll find all the characters you know and love from previous Mortal Kombat games across different platforms from the past, and it keeps all the gore and ‘fatality’ moves that you’d expect from a Mortal Kombat game too. Attacking is reduced to tapping the screen, which activates combos of moves, plus you also have special moves which are activated after a successful combo. Rather than offering up the standard one-on-one format, each battle is a team of three fighters pitted against another trio of computer or human-controlled players. With plenty of different game modes and the need to level up your teams and characters, there’s plenty to get stuck in with in Mortal Kombat X. If you’d rather play with the same sort of game mechanics (tapping and swiping to pull off moves) but would prefer the DC Comics universe of characters, then check out Injustice: God Among Us instead.

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Want to plot the rise of an empire? Conquer new lands while developing technologies that catapult you through the ages? These Android strategy game suggestions have got you covered.

The Battle of Polytopia is a wonderful mix of of strategy and adventure that sees you exploring (and conquering new lands) and battling any AI tribes you come across on the way. It’s also one of the better looking options with cute, blocky graphics. The tribe you choose for each game will dictate the type of adventurer you start with, but you can research new abilities along the way, so it really just dictates what you’ll be doing at the start. Levelling up is easy enough to achieve to not be frustrating but the gameplay is tricky (and varied) enough to keep you coming back for more. This is also helped by the automatically generated maps and different tribes you can join. It’s very simple in comparison to many strategy games, meaning there aren’t too many in-game options and items, not that it doesn’t present a challenge.

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It’s a pleasingly small download and there’s really no need to pay for any in-game purchases in order to progress or fight off the newest challenge. Keep Kraft is one of the newest apps in this list, and another that’s officially ‘unreleased’ right now. Nonetheless, don’t let that put you off, as Keep Kraft offers a really fun mix of strategy and civilisation-style gaming.

Your aim is simple: grow your village into a thriving city starting in the stone age and ending up in modern times. To make it all the way through, you’ll need to manage your raw materials smartly, ensuring you’ve always got enough provisions to keep your people alive and happy. The crafting system is well balancedm, pitching a good spot between keeping you playing and it feeling like a grind. As you progress, you’ll need to research new technologies, assign people

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