Top 7 Best Android Games: June 2014 Edition
These seven games are our favorites for the month of June.
We’ve gathered up another collection of the very Android games to come out over the last four weeks. Whether you’re looking for a twitchy action title, or perhaps a slow, methodical strategy game, or perhaps a light, bite-sized puzzler, we’ve got a bit of everything. We’ve only got five to appear through, plus we’ll have another round-up for non-game apps. As always, our community tends to find out some great finds too, so make sure to swing by the comments to locate more.
Blek is a puzzle game, but unlike anything you’ve ever played before. Players will need to draw lines through colored dots, while avoiding black dots. Lines drawn is going to be replayed, and repeated, to solve puzzles. Although seemingly easy initially, things really start warming up just as you’re getting into the swing of products.
Angry Birds Epic
Rovio’s latest game starring the enraged fowl is really a fantasy RPG. In Angry Birds Epic players have a team of birds into battle from the pigs. Each member of the team receives a turn to attack. Characters can level up with armor and weapons because they progress. If you’ve ever played a turn-based game you will feel right at home.
Cartoon Network has pumped out some best Android games. Superstar Soccer is the newest addition to the lineup. Within this game you can soccer as characters from many Cartoon Network shows, for example Finn, Gumball, Ben 10, and many more. It’s a simple soccer game with power-ups and multiplayer fun.
Boom Beach is really a tower defense/attack strategy game in which you fight an epic war from the evil Blackguard. You command troops to storm the shore of a fictional archipelago. The real fun, however, is in the online multiplayer. In this mode you build your own base and attack other players from around the globe.
Castle of Illusion
This game may star Disney’s famous mouse, but don’t be fooled into thinking it’s for kids. Castle of Illusion first arrived like a great platformer in the 16-bit era. This month it made the leap to Android. Once the evil witch Mizrabel kidnaps Minnie, it’s up to Mickey to brave the dangers of the Castle of Illusions to rescue Minnie. The game costs $10, but you won’t ever be bugged with this “freemium” nonsense.
Dragon Finga is an awesome combination of marionette puppets and kung-fu fighting. You control multiple points from the character by frantically tapping all around the screen. For the more seasoned fighter you will find combos and power-ups that can make your attacks much more effective. We love the look and feel of the game, but the typical “freemium” patterns hold it back.
Great Little War Game 2
Great Little War Game would be a hit on Android, so naturally the developers made a sequel. This is another turn-based combat game with some new features. There is now splash damage from attacks, and also the game can be played on portrait mode. The graphics also got fine tuned, as well as the most part this is the same great little war game you enjoyed previously.