The Android might be seen as some as a poor man's iPhone but it couldn't be farther from the truth. With solid telephony options and a great platform for app development to boot, the Android is home to many games. Here are 25 free games for the
Another entry from the team that produced Paper Toss, ninjas in this game must fight their way to the top, while avoiding bombs, squirrels, shuriken, birds, and other ninjas. Taking out three like enemies in a row grants a mega-jump bonus, and objects can be combatted mid-air when jumping back and forth. Ninjas can grab hold of shields to become temporarily invincible, and send enemies flying. This game also features leaderboards, and the ability to post scores directly from the game to Facebook and Twitter, so trounce your friends at will!
#24 Live Blackjack
Live Blackjack is a new incarnation of this classic casino card game. The premise, for anyone who is unfamiliar, is simply to get the cards in your hand to add up to 21, or as close to it as possible. Players can log in and play online with Facebook friends, as well as earn chips and bonuses for daily logins.
#23 3D Tilt Labyrinth Free
This is a far more zen experience than many of the other games listed here. Choose from several difficulty levels of maps, or even mazes, but the object is always the same: Steer the marble into the goal. Timeless, relaxing, refreshingly simple.
This simple, but highly addictive combination game begins with four elements: Water, fire, air and earth. These can be combined to form many other compounds. Initially, these are quite obvious. Water and earth make swamp. Earth and fire make lava. These compounds can be combined with other base elements, but they can also sometimes be combined with one another, and herein lies the challenge. Smoke and alcohol beget whiskey. Energy and swamp make life. What happens when life and whiskey combine? Only the Alchemist knows for sure!
Combining strategy, luck and skill, this classic matching game is both very simple and frustratingly difficult at once. Newly incarnate in mobile form, players must match pairs of identical tiles to remove them from the board, revealing hidden tiles underneath. The game is not over until all tiles have been removed from the board. Featuring over 80 tables and the availability of hints, this is a good way to learn this ancient game for players that have not tried it in the real world yet.