Top 5 Best Android games you need to play this week

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When it comes to the Google Play Store, it can be challenging to find the best Android games. That’s why this week, we’re giving you a roundup of our favorite Android games right now. You’ll find everything from strategy games and RPG games, to zombie fighting games.

Here’s a list of the top 5 best Android games you should play this week.

Mortal Kombat X

Play Store

Mortal Kombat X is a fighting  and card collection game developed by NetherRealm Studios. While the iOS version of Mortal Kombat X was released on April 7, 2015, the Android version was launched worldwide at the beginning of May. In Mortal Kombat X, players will create their own team of Mortal Kombat fighters and lead them into battle. Players can compete in Faction Wars, which is an online competitive mode that divides players into factions, so they can engage other teams in deadly combat. Players can make their way up the leaderboard and earn weekly prizes. Players can also collect classic Mortal Kombat veterans like Scorpion, Johnny Cage, Sub-Zero, and more.

Marvel Future Fight

Play Store

Marvel Future Fight is an action RPG developed by NetMarble Games. Marvel released this superhero-packed game into the Google Play Store right before the Avengers: Age of Ultron movie hit U.S. theaters. In Marvel Future Fight, multiple dimensions are collapsing on each other, and it’s up to players to make sure humanity survives. Players will need to create a squad from Avengers like Hulk, Iron Man, Captain America, Spider-Man, and Daredevil. Players can upgrade their weapons and master their skills in this thrilling RPG.

Kingdoms Charge

Play Store

Kingdoms Charge is an RPG game developed by In Kingdoms Charge, you lead a team of heroes through the fantasy world of Nodrania, and fight evil monsters and other dangerous enemies along the way. You’ll need to use advanced technology and ancient magic to defeat hordes of insidious enemies. While this game is single-player focused, players can battle against their friends and other players in the PvP arena.

Earn to Die 2

Play Store

Earn to Die 2 is the sequel to the popular zombie hit Earn to Die. In order to survive this game, players will need to drive through massive hordes of zombies. Drive across highway overpasses, smash through factories, or drive in underground tunnels. Players can unlock up to 10 different vehicles, including a sports car, fire truck, and ice-cream truck. Vehicles are now fully destructible, so players have to hang on for dear life when their vehicle gets smashed by zombies.

Criminal Case

Play Store

Criminal Case is an adventure game developed by Pretty Simple. In this adventure, players are tasked with helping the police of Grimsborough solve a series of murder cases. Players get to investigate crime scenes for clues, question the suspects, and analyze evidence. Find out how good your detective skills are.

That’s it for this week, but stay tuned for next week’s list. The best iOS games are also on their way!


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