If you’re into hidden object games chances are you’ve heard of G5 Entertainment. Lost Souls: Enchanted Paintings is the latest hidden object game from the group and it puts you to work traveling through paintings to solve the mystery of a lost little boy.
If you’re into village building games, chances are you’ve played the uber-popular Smurfs’ Village from Beeline Interactive. If you enjoy building those cute little mushroom houses just as much as I do hold on to your Smurfberries as we’re getting a follow-up to the game simply dubbed Smurf Life.
Balancing things is something usually reserved for people with high dexterity like circus performers or magicians. Finger Balance is an Android Game from Coconut Grove that proves you don’t have to be a carny to have balancing skills, but you do need to have some very steady fingers…
You might not be familiar with Bald Bean Games, but you’ll definitely remember their name after you play Pandoodle. This addictive little Android game puts you to work solving puzzles with colors which is much trickier than it sounds
By now you may think you’ve seen every Android game involving birds, but there’s an awesome new one that was just released by the name of Rope Rescue. The birds of Rope Rescue aren’t angry and they certainly don’t fling themselves across the screen although they will need your help to rescue their bird buddies from the clutches of the evil King Bat.
Clear Vision (17+) puts you in the role of Tyler, a down on his luck supermarket worker that’s decided he’s finally had enough. After you get canned from the grocery store you decide to get a new job as a hitman which is a pretty big change of pace, to say the least.
There are countless Endless Runner games on Google Play, but Boney The Runner is the first skeleton based runner I’ve played. You’d think that Boney the skeleton wouldn’t have much to run from being as he’s dead and all, but that’s not the case as dogs love bones and skeletons are full of them.
YoYo Games is getting gamers in the Halloween spirit with a great new Android game called Grave Maker. I’ve actually been following this one for a while and as a fan of all things ghoulish I can honestly say it was well worth the wait.
Ghostbusters: Paranormal Blast is an Awesome new Android game from the folks at XMG Studio. As the name implies it’s tied into the Ghostbusters franchise, and you’ll get to be a Ghostbuster as you use Augmented Reality to clean up the city.
Anytime I hear The Great Pumpkin I immediately think of the Peanuts and Halloween. Thanks to Loud Crow Entertainment we now have The Great Pumpkin Festival to enjoy and if you’re a Peanuts fan you’ve got to check it out.
Miniclip has put out some great Android Games this year, and they’ve just released another fun title by the name of Off the Leash. As the name implies, Off the Leash is all about the dogs as you play a pooch that’s out to thwart the evil Chief of Police whose obviously a cat person.
I have a love/hate relationship with EA…especially when it comes to their Android releases. Theme Park is the newest Android game from Electronic Arts, and while other games they’ve released have fallen flat this one’s about as good as it gets if you’re into building games.
Spiders are generally considered creepy by most of us although they can be fun from time to time. SpiderWay is a new Android game from Tango games that does a great job of showing you just how fun those creepy little arachnids can be with its colorful and challenging puzzles.
As much as we all love Pokémon, I don’t know if we’ll ever see an official Android version. With that in mind we thought it was time for a list and we decided to do one based on Monster Catching games for Android. There are quite a few card-based battling games out there, but we narrowed it down to 4 of the best. Without further ado, we proudly present our picks for the best Monster Catching games for Android.