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5 Great New Building Games for Android

by On May 10, 2012


Building Games are quiet popular, and there are many choices out there to choose from. With that in mind we’ve created a list of the 5 New Building Games that may have slipped under your radar. Whether you want to play with Dinosaurs, go underwater, or build habitats for Monsters we’ve got you covered.

1. Monster Park 

Kiwi Inc is a newcomer to the building game genre, but they’ve already put out two quality titles with Woodland Adventures and Monster Park. Monster Park is very cool for a few different reasons – the graphics, the “monster tower”, and well… the monsters of course! This building game lets you build up and out instead of going with the top-down approach and it’s got a Pokémon feel to it as you really want to “collect” as many monsters as you can. It’s a great game, and you can pick it up for free on Google Play.


2. Ice Age Village

Ice Age Village is the oldest game on our list, but it’s still one of the best. Gamelofts entry into the building genre comes with all the characters you know and love from the Ice Age films, and you’ll need to help them build a prehistoric icy village. Ice Age Village has awesome graphics, cool mini-games, and plenty of things to build. Gameloft really did a great job with the game and you can pick it up for free on Google Play.


3. Coral City

Coral City is a funky little building game from Lonely Sock that lets you dive down deep to build an underwater town. You get to help mermaids and mermen complete tasks for rewards and there are more coral-based buildings than you can shake a stick at. If you like your building games with fun graphics, Coral City is just the game for you. You can check out Coral City for free on Google Play.



4. Lil’ Kingdom

Glu Mobile’s entry onto the list is a little game called Lil’ Kingdom. This medieval themed building game switches things up by letting you build not upwards or outwards, but downward. You get to dig down to build dungeon dwellings for all sorts of kooky characters including dragons, goblins and knights. If you’re looking to switch things up from your average run of the mill building game you should definitely give Lil’ Kingdom a shot.


5. Dino Life

Ooga Booga is a little dinosaur who just wants everyone to get along, and you can help him out by building a prehistoric village where cavemen and dinosaurs can live in peace. There are over 60 unique dinosaurs to raise, rare dino’s, and a slew of prehistoric buildings to put up. You can check out Gree Inc’s Dino Live for free on Google Play.

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