Some Android games are quite addictive. An addictive game is that can engages user so much. It often provides a challenge that you want to master. In order to achieve that level and get high scores, users get involved in the game so much that they don’t care for day or night. The best part is that Android has many addictive games and that too of different genres. Here are some of the most engaging apps on Android.
#1 Alto’s Adventure
Alto’s Adventure is an “endless runner” where you snowboard down a mountain as you hit big jumps, avoid obstacles and collect coins while going for distance.
This snowy endless runner concept is one that’s been done before very well with Ski Safari. But while the gameplay might not stack up with that mature classic, what sets Alto’s Adventure apart is the graphical style that’s visually stunning and immersive as you race down the mountain. You start as Alto, a young shepherd boy trying to return escaped llamas as you snowboard down the mountain. But you’ll also grind down roofs, avoid rocks, perform backflips, collect coins and jump over dangerous chasms on your journey. Any slip up means you’ll go back to the beginning, but like most games, you’ll learn what works as you play and find yourself going farther and farther with each run.
# 2 Clash Royal
It’s a true mini-mobile MOBA. Unlike other games in that hallowed turf, it doesn’t carry a ton of baggage over from its PC roots. Matches are incredibly fast, at 4 minutes tops before a draw is declared. There are only two lanes. Each player has three castles, and the aim is to destroy more than your opponent does. There are no heroes to learn, only a variety of different missile and melee troops that you launch onto the board at a time and place of you’re choosing. From thereon in, the AI takes over and directs them to you.
You can take eight units into battle. There’s a default number eight, everyone gets at the start and a small selection of new ones you can unlock through pay or play. It’s a bit like a card system where you can put things in and out of your deck as you get access to them or upgrade the ones you have. As you rank up, you slowly gain access to more and more cards and this slow drip keeps the learning curve nice and shallow.
# 3 Exploding Kittens
Exploding Kittens made history when it became the most-backed game in Kickstarter history and the campaign with the most number of backers, ever.
In this game players draw cards until someone draws an Exploding Kitten, at which point they explode, they are dead, and they are out of the game — unless that player has a Defuse card, which can defuse the kitten using things like laser pointers, belly rubs, and catnip sandwiches. All of the other cards in the deck are used to move, mitigate, or avoid the Exploding Kittens.There are several types of cards with various effects (more on that later), so there is some strategy that’s involved with this. Also, you don’t have to play a card, so this part of the turn can be ignored if you so, please.