Many students like to play games on their smartphones, so they actively keep an eye out for new games with a good story, graphics, and something exciting and addictive. Players’ opinions often differ on which game should be on the top, and maybe your favorite game won’t be on the list, but the top is compiled by active Android players who have played everything possible. And we think we just have to share it to bring something new and exciting into your life. But don’t get too carried away, so that you don’t have to go to an academic essay writing service to get the job done in time. In our article, we’ll go over the top from the end of the best Android Games for Students. Enjoy.
One of the most famous platformers in the survival horror genre definitely deserves a place at our top. The protagonist of Limbo is a little boy that woke up “somewhere on the hell’s edge” and went to search for his missing sister. The boy has not had much strength, so all he has to do is to run away from the monsters that populate this godforsaken place. The desperation, near-death experiences, gray atmosphere, and constant anticipation of impending doom make Limbo the game that awe millions of gamers around the world.
14. Mortal Kombat mobile
Yes, the graphics and physics are great, but there is a reason why this game takes the penultimate place in our top. In terms of gameplay, it is an ordinary game with rare QTE events. It is not the skill that decides here, but the number of “gold” fighters in your team. But the game has more than 130 unique characters, including newcomers from MK11, there are online battles with real people and bloody fatalities – in general, everything that we love Mortal Kombat. The game is also free, so it’s possible to play a few battles for your favorite characters on your way to work or study.
13. Tiny Room Stories: Town Mystery
Town Mystery from Kiary Games is a mix of traditional quests and “get out of the room”. The game tells the story of a detective who receives a letter for help from the small town of Redcliffe, where all the residents have disappeared. It’s up to us to find out what kind of mystery this settlement holds. Tiny Room Stories has collected a lot of awards and was even voted indie game of the year by Google Play. Best of all, it’s completely free to play.
In Oddmar we’ll play as perpetually hungry Viking who goes in search of his kin. Yes, the plot is so-so, but it’s impossible not to note how thoroughly all the details have been worked out. The developers clearly put all the love they had into their brainchild. We got a very atmospheric and a little funny tale with a Norwegian flavor and cartoon inserts. Not a game of the year, of course, but Oddmar certainly deserves its place at the top.
11. Goat simulator
Let’s talk about something fun – a game where you can destroy everything, blow up cars, and beat up people. No, it’s not another GTA. It’s a goat simulator. And goat likes chaos. Blow up a school bus? Easy! Launch himself with fireworks? Give me two! derail a train? No problem! There are, however, some minor puzzles on the cards. You can try to figure out where a flying saucer came from in the suburbs, or what the turtles left behind in the sewers.
10. Hitman GO
Hitman GO looks quite unusual compared to the flagship Hitman series, but fans of unusual puzzles should definitely give it a try. The challenge is to eliminate a target or infiltrate a heavily guarded area. We have all of Agent 47’s skills at our disposal: camouflage, silenced weapons, and distractions. However, if you can’t take the fortress by stealth, you can always try brute force. But remember, we’re playing for a killer, not Rambo!
Fans of Disney cartoons and chamber horror flicks will enjoy Boris and the Dark Survival – a game inspired by the iconic Bendy and the Ink Machine. The protagonist decides at midnight to go exploring the sinister dark corridors. Now all that awaits him is the dim glow of a torch, a creaky floor beneath his feet, lots of puzzles, and an Ink Demon lurking in the shadows. Extremely atmospheric stuff.
8. Hello Neighbor
Another horror puzzle game in our picks for today. In this one, we have to break into the neighbor’s house and find out what he’s hiding. But beware, your adversary is very cunning and learning. For example, lovers climbing into his house through the window at one point will be waiting for a trap. Most often the project is scolded for bugs and mediocre graphics, but with such an unusual gameplay small inconveniences can be tolerated. And yes, the full version will have to be purchased.
We have to go in search of the missing father of the protagonist. And along the way – to explore a world filled with dangers, mysteries, and puzzles; to fight monsters; to unravel the mysteries of magic and search for ancient treasures. The graphics, unfortunately, are poor, but the soundtrack is stunning. The first chapter is free, you’ll have to pay for the rest.
6. Knights Fight 2: Honor & Glory
In this fighting game, you’ll take to the medieval expanse to prove that you, you and not anyone else, are the better warrior. You’ll fight a variety of characters: knights, paladins, thieves, prisoners, and just about anyone else you come across. Pick up weapons to use in battle: swing axes and maces, pierce foes with swords, block blows with shields, and knock enemies off their feet with kicks – you have enough counters to incapacitate your enemies.
Knights Fight 2 has a strong role-playing component, so you can level up your armor, compare stats, and customize your equipment changes depending on the game situation.
5. Angelo and Deemon: One Hell of a Quest
Cool horror quest for your phone. Despite the atmosphere and questions raised by the plot, the game is made in a modern way, and therefore it will be fun! Your hero is just another shit-blogger. He shoots total crap, so nobody wanted to appreciate his content. In despair, the bespectacled boy goes straight to Hell, where he’s sure to get high.
As you wander through Hell, you’ll find that things aren’t as bad as the books and films have led us to believe. Everyone lives here just like a normal living person – they have their problems, obligations, and entertainment. Connect with characters, help those in need, shoot good content and share it on your blog. If you do it well, you’ll come back from Hell as a successful YouTuber with tens of millions of subscribers. Go for it!
4. 80 Days
Around the World in 80 Days is no stranger to the classic plot: Phileas Fogg, Passepartout, an impossible bet, a mad race across the globe… One of the best stories of Jules Verne was presented in different forms, but in 80 Days by Inkle studio it received a new, steampunk reading. Circumnavigating the world with steam horses, bathyscaphic trains and coal-burning aircraft is something fresh (although the game really isn’t that new). In terms of genre, it’s a textual quest, and a simple one, with multiple choice answers. But it is properly diversified by an interesting world, good texts, and additional mechanics like route choice or luggage management. By the way, Ink, 80 Days’ scripting engine, can be used for free to create your text adventures.
There’s no way around the main phenomenon of 2020. The Chinese clone of the same Breathe of the Wild has become one of the most popular games in the world in a matter of days. According to the plot, an unknown deity kidnaps the protagonist’s twin. He falls into a deep sleep, and wakes up in a completely unfamiliar place – and, of course, immediately goes in search of him. The game is praised for its interesting and fulfilling open world, varied combat, and visual style.
2. Call of Duty: Mobile
The legendary game whose developers have created a version for mobile devices. The game “Call of Duty: Mobile” has the same stylistics as the other games of this series. But the mobile version is distinguished from other similar products due to off-line mode support and “battle royal” in which up to 100 gamers can participate simultaneously. Despite the complexity of development, “Call of Duty: Mobile” is distributed free of charge. Moreover, all the in-game items that can be purchased for real money are cosmetic and do not affect the development of the scenario or character characteristics.
1: Mobile Legends: Bang Bang
A multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) multiplayer mobile game developed and published by Moonton technology. There are more than five modes in this game, and each mode is different in its way.
5 x 5 on a single line. It starts at level three with 1200 gold units. Unlike the other modes, you can’t buy anything and you can’t restore your health by leaving the resurrection zone. Ranked. Same as the normal mode, but differs in that it allows you to increase your rank. The higher the rank, the more rewards the player receives at the end of the season. Every season lasts for a month with a countdown at the end of the last day. After reaching the “Epic” rank, it is possible to block heroes. (Each team can block 3 heroes). Arcade.
Different modes, which open on different events. The main arcade modes are magic chess, deathmatch, madness, mirror, chaos, evolution, devastation, survival.