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25 awesome Android games you need to try

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Crossy Road (Free)

Crossy Road is Frogger for the 21st century. You can connect with up to four friends and compete online.

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Google Play

Super Hexagon ($3)

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Super Hexagon has absurdly simple controls — players simply touch the screen to rotate left or right — but it’s far from easy. Players rotate a small triangle around the central hexagon as walls come closing in, and must maneuver the triangle between them to keep going. The game is aggressive and addictive, and the soundtrack is great as well.

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Google Play

Flow Free (Free)

Flow Free is similar to one of our previous favorite Android games, Paper.io. The premise is straightforward: Connect each pipe with the corresponding dot of the same color. The catch is that you must complete the entire board without crossing paths. This is much easier said than done.

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Google Play

Pac-Man (Free)

Some games stand the test of time better than others. Classic arcade game Pac-Man is still giving gamers a run for their money nearly four decades after its release. The Android Pac-Man app stays true to the original format, while adding a few new levels to keep things fresh.

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Google Play

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