Top 10 Free Android Games: March 3, 2014
Hop, gamble and shoot zombies on your favorite Android smartphone or tablet.
Welcome back to another edition of top free games for Android. This week, there's plenty to play on your device, whether you're in the mood for a Flappy Bird clone or crave a unique experience. That said, check out these 10 games.
10.) Casino X: Free New Slots (Item Box Games)
Why blow real money in a casino when you can gamble from the comfort of your home? Casino X features a variety of games to help you earn digital loot, including slots, blackjack and more.
9.) Hoppy Frog (Turbo Chilli)
Instead of making another tireless Flappy Bird clone, Turbo Chilli crafted a creative, joyous platforming game where you guide a frog with a parachute across perilous waters. Hop to it!
8.) Loops Legends - Dots Adventure (Bonfire Media)
In Loops Legends, you'll play through 100 levels of challenging fun, collecting animals by drawing loops around them. It's easy at first, but soon they become almost impossible to catch. Put those zookeeper skills to good use!
7.) Restaurant Story: Ski Lodge (TeamLava Games)
Deliver service with a smile in TeamLava's latest Restaurant game. In it, you'll design the ultimate restaurant, customize a menu of yummy meals and socialize with others to create the ideal dine-in spot!
6.) Kings & Cannon (Xerces Technologies)
Strategy turns explosive in this fun little game from Xerces. You're out to help Prince Cannon become Emperor of the Worlds, using every tactic in the book - from Nuke Balls to Rapid Fire Duo and Trio Ballz - to get there.
5.) Mad Skills Motocross 2 (Turboilla)
Ride in style with Turboilla's fast-paced racing game. Complete against AI racers and friends as you conquer each track, overcoming steep hills and even performing stunts for good measure.
4.) Crazy Doctor (CanadaDroid)
Think being a doctor is all it's cracked up to be? Put on the surgical gloves and find out. With Crazy Doctor, you'll heal patients and try to keep your hospital in order. This isn't a super surgeon sim, though - it's all done in a humorous style.
3.) Lego City My City (The Lego Group)
There's so much you can do in Lego City My City that it's nearly impossible to put down. From catching crooks to flying planes to filling a number of occupations across the city, there's no shortage of fun to be had.
2.) Deadman's Cross (Square Enix)
Just because the world has been overrun with zombies doesn't mean you can't have fun with it. Square's Deadman's Cross features plenty of zombie shooting action, as well as the ability to pit them in fights with others.
1.) Splashy Fish (Massimo Guareschi)
It's no surprise that a Flappy Bird clone grabbed the top spot - but at least it's a good one. Splashy Fish features fun gameplay, as well as a charming underwater theme that stands out.