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The Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chip has already been unleashed, along with a number of other flagship smartphone SOCs for 2018 and let's face it, gaming is pretty much how most of us push these top tier processors and GPUs to the test in real life! On that note, here are three of last month's top games that you should be testing out on your shiny new smartphone.


Candleman



Candleman is not really a superhero but quite literally a candle with limited illumination time and two legs! The 3D platformer is fun to play as it blends in the elements of platforming and puzzle solving quite nicely, while being supported by some neat visuals as well. In fact, Candleman looks so good because it's originally a game that was made for the PC and consoles.


Lichtspeer



Does the name sound German? It should, because it is. Lichtspeer means a spear of light and that's exactly what the protagonist throws at oncoming enemies, leading them to their gory and colorful deaths. There's techno music, giant bosses and a whole lot of colors in Lichtspeer. To top it all off, the game actually is a whole lot of fun to play, while the entire setting is odd and funny. This is a must-play iOS game from March and hopefully, an Android release will also happen in the coming months.


Evoland 2



If you are still nostalgic about the old RPG games and especially the old JRPGs, you just have to play Evoland 2. The very fact that every stage of the game is designed to give you a hit of nostalgia by replicating some of the classic elements that fans will instantly remember is good enough to sell this, but it does one better by slowly evolving the in-game graphics from pixel art to low polygons that we used to see back in the days of the Dreamcast.


That concludes our list of the top three paid games that were released last month, but if you are more in the mood for some games that will let you win real money instead of just in-game currency, head over to online UK games and try out your luck. They do have some interesting new games there as well. In case you are wondering why we only put paid games on this list, then that's because there will be another list soon which will consist of the top free-to-play Android games of March.




The online mobile platform has brought with it a lot of advantages, one of its biggest ones being convenience. Since smartphones and tablets are small and not bulky, they can be carried around anywhere one goes without much hassle. An additional plus comes with their ability to access the wide web. The online realm allows access to numerous games that can be accessed with just the click of a button.


These games especially come in handy when waiting in long queues whether at the coffee shop, bus station or in offices. The indulgences can act as temporary distractions to pass the time as you wait to be attended. These indulgences can be casino games such as slots, table games, and live games, some of which can be found in the Phone Casino. Others can take on the playability of console games. The choice of indulgent to go for is dependent on the gamer's taste. Below is a look at 10 of the best games to play when waiting in a queue:


  1. Mega Joker Slot

Net Entertainment is known for the delivery of exciting casino games, and they have met and surpassed it with the Mega Joker Slot. Even though the slot is a classic, it has maintained a huge following thanks to the high Return to Player rate of ninety-nine percent it carries. The game has three reels and five win lines running through them on three rows. Since the game does not require much skill, it can be launched at a moment's notice and put away at the same. The best part is you get to play for actual cash in the real money version. The highest wager allowed is two hundred coins, and regular gameplay awards as much as two thousand coins. The highest payout is a mega jackpot, which has worked to make the slot as popular as it is today.


  1. Temple Run


Temple Run is among the most popular Android and iOS games on the online platform, and once the indulgent is launched, one can see why. The game is about a character that is on the run from a demon in a city located high above the sky. The game is available for free with a few in-game downloads. When the game hit the market, it became so popular that it called for the development of numerous sequels such as Temple Run 2, Temple Run Oz, Temple Run Brave, and numerous others. Knock-offs also arose. The game is available in download form and is easily playable using basic phone functions such as swiping left, right, up, and down, as well as tilting the playing device.


  1. Mobile roulette


Roulette is among the most popular casino games that transferred well to the online platform. This game does not require much skill and concentration to play, which makes it great to play while in a queue. European roulette stands as the most popular variation of the game and can be played for free or real money in numerous gambling destinations found online.


  1. Candy Crush

This products by King.com is among the most popular sets online that triggered the production of numerous sequels and knock-offs. The game consists of various colored candy that is arranged in a rectangular grid. The player is presented with various challenges that involve matching at least three similar items within a limited number of moves. The number of times one can lose consecutively is also limited to five times.


  1. Blood Suckers

The massive following this slot machine game by Net Entertainment comes as no surprise thanks to the presence of a ninety-eight percent Return to Player rate and a beautiful presentation that uses killer graphics and easy gameplay. Gamblers are advised to wager the highest possible amount to ensure the RTP rate is maintained at an all-time high. The highest winning stands at ninety thousand coins in the base game, and thirty thousand coins in the freebies feature.


  1. 1024


1024 is a simple game that is placed on a four by four grid with a few numbers placed in it. The gambler is tasked with matching the smaller numbers on the grid to form bigger numbers. However, this should be accomplished without letting the grid fill up. Once it does, the game ends. The numbers can go up to one thousand and twenty-four or even higher if the gamer is up for the challenge.


  1. Rooftop Runner


This indulgent is similar to Temple Run with the feature of an endless runner. This time, however, gameplay is situated at the top of buildings. The further a player runs, the faster the game becomes making it more challenging, but remaining simple enough to play at any time.


  1. Compulsive

This is one of the most straightforward yet most addictive games on the wide web. The gameplay simply involves matching tiles that bear the same color to gain points. Compulsive features various levels that get harder as gameplay progresses.


  1. Flappy bird


Flappy bird caused an online craze when it was released, and it hasn't died down up until now. The game can be found in numerous knock-offs such as Flappy Crocodile, Flapthulhu, Flappy Alien, and many more. The game simply involves getting the flappy element through various obstacles by tapping the screen.


  1.  Kings of Chicago

This slot game by Net Entertainment is based on Chicago in the 1920s with numerous elements of pretty women and jazz music. Players have a chance at a maximum pay of twenty thousand coins in this ninety-seven percent RTP rate game.


Some of these games mentioned above can be played for real money while others involve only fun. However, some of them that are for free play, such as Candy Crush, may have some in-game purchases that require the gamer to spend some cash. 



The smartphone has now become the most preferred platform for playing games, beating all consoles and even PCs. It's true that hardcore gamers will still stick to their PCs or consoles because the games available on them are still a lot more advanced than anything that Android or iOS has to offer, but it's not the complexity or the quality of the actual games that has made the smartphone number one, but it's the accessibility which has worked in the platform's favor. Nevertheless, there are a few absolutely beautiful and stunning games available on the iOS and Android platforms as well, that would rival the graphical prowess of PC or console games from just a few years ago. On that note, here are four mobile games with the best graphics ever.


Samorost 3 (Puzzle-Adventure)




Samorost 3 is a beautiful puzzle-adventure game and even if you have played none of the prequels, you can dive right in and not feel confused at all. The graphics here are nothing short of beautiful and you will love the cartoony art style. This is one of those rare games which looks as good as it feels while playing it.



Warhammer 40000: FreeBlade (RPG)




Do not be deceived by the name because although it's free to play, there are hefty in-app transactions that are designed to make the players pay if they really want to progress, but having said all that, the game looks absolutely stunning! The incredibly detailed Imperial Knight you control shoots and chainsaws all enemies in beautiful, gory details. Even the locations are amazing and since we are talking about best looking games here, Warhammer 40000: FreeBlade is one of the best looking games till date on the mobile platform.



MadOut Open City (Open City Action-Racing)




It's hard to describe this game if you have not played it yet, but it would be safe to say that this is not your average racer by any means. You can blow up cars, run over people, shoot everything and even win races while at it! If you want a fantastic looking open world car action racer (if that's even a genre!), this would be it.



Eisenhorn: Xenos (Third-Person Action)




Thankfully, Eisenhorn: Xenos is a one-time purchase game so you will not be bothered by in-app purchases once you have paid the fee of admission. Just like the other Warhammer game on this list, Eisenhorn: Xenos has gorgeous visuals and you will feel the strong narrative as you control inquisitor Gregor Eisenhorn through the action and the story. It isn't among the best in terms of the actual gameplay though, but it does look excellent.



While these games certainly look gorgeous, they are not always the simplest to pick up and play and most demand real money from you to make any progress after a certain point. If you are more in the mood to win some real cash instead of spending your money to buy in-game currency, it is suggested that you check out some of the online casino games from Casumo. If you would rather play some casual games which are easy to pick up and fun as well, we suggest checking out this list.



Android is the world's most popular mobile platform. Android dwarfs iOS by a factor of at least 3-4, so it's worth checking out the best Android games of all time. The selection process for choosing a listing of the best games must include various criteria such as classic games, arcade games, modern-day games etc. The best games will also include rereleased titles, that never seem to get old. It's also important to specify cost criteria when selecting the best Android games of all time. A combination of free to play games and pay to play games must be included in any listing.


This is a gargantuan challenge, and one that Android gamers take to with aplomb. The Google Play Store is peppered with thousands of world-class games. The criteria for selecting world-class games includes multiple elements such as player reviews, playability, free play or freemium, popularity, functionality, automatic updating of game apps over Wi-Fi, Internet connectivity/or not, audio-visuals, ubiquity of advertising content etc. These factors all contribute to a game's rating in the gaming community.


Let's Hit the Gaming Scene with Full Force with These Top 4 Android Games:


  1. Minecraft



This arcade game is an adventure of note. It is an Editor's Choice Award Winning Game with an incredible 4.5/5 rating from over 2.2 million players. Minecraft is rated E for everyone, and it is cross-platform playable with up to 8 players. This Lego-style adventure is laden with mystery in randomly generated worlds.


You can construct majestic castles, or simple homes - it's your call. This creative world features a virtually unlimited set of resources for you to protect your enclave against rioting mobs, with all sorts of weapons fashioned out of resources you come across. You can enjoy this game online with as many as 8 friends, using Windows 10, or any compatible mobile device.


  1. Slither.io


 


Whoever thought of taking a slimy character like a worm and making a world-famous game out of it was just genius! That's exactly what Slither.io is all about. This game by Lowtech Studios is a high-octane adventure of epic proportions. And we mean epic - these worms get so big, that they take up your entire screen.


This Editor's Choice Award Winning Game has a 4.3/5 rating from over 4.8 million players, and that list is getting longer and longer as we speak (no pun intended). So, you've never heard of Slither.io? You assume the role of a little worm that must encircle and eat other creatures (be careful now) to grow bigger, longer and meaner. If your head touches another virtual character on screen, you explode and its tickets. This game is totally addicting, and it will test your dexterity and skills in a pretty intense way.


  1. Bubble Shooter Classic

 


Bubble Shooter ClassicTM brings everyone's favourite bubble popping game from yesteryear direct to your screen. This strategy-based game features 800+ levels of mesmerizing gameplay where you are required to pop at least 3 bubbles to remove them from the screen and have them replaced by new bubbles from above. As you clear a set number of bubbles, you will be rewarded with 3 stars and advance to the next level. Sounds like fun right?


You will have to think on your feet, as you're only given a set number of moves on each label. Pop 7 bubbles in a row and get rewarded with a fireball feature - that will flame grill the bubbles to a crisp, and if you pop & drop 10 bubbles, you will receive a bomb. There are several unique bubbles in the game, including slime bubbles, chained bubbles, stone bubbles, and diamond bubbles. Enough said, it's time to break out the big guns and start having some fun with this classic bubble shooter game.


  1. Clash Royale

 


Clash Royale by Supercell is a strategy-based game with a stellar 4.6/5 rating from over 21.2 million players. Just take a look at the characters, critters and features you get to encounter on every level - it's mind-boggling stuff. This multiplayer game features the Royales, and they are not here to mess around. These baby dragons, princes, and Knights will do battle against opposing kingdoms for the glory of the crown.


You get to engage in combat scenes against other players from all parts of the globe, and then to claim the spoils of victory. Various rewards are available to you when you earn chests, and you can destroy your opposition to commandeer their crown chests, and resources. There are many exciting arenas for you to progress through, and each of them is loaded up with excitement. Watch the fight sequences on TV Royale and learn the art of war. Interested? We certainly were and that's why this is on the listing of best Android games ever.



Traditional gaming, also known as games played on a console, computer or TV, are still quite common today, though mobile gaming is fast taking over. Mobile gaming is on the rise simply because we already use our phones for everything nowadays. Mobile apps have changed the way we function in our everyday lives. From ordering food to shopping online to keeping a running grocery list to checking account balances. No matter what, there's an app for it! It's no different when it comes to gaming. According to Business Insider, the mobile gaming industry is projected to reach $52.5 billion and will make up 45 percent of the total worldwide gaming revenue. Here are the best mobile game apps for your Android phone in 2018, so that you too can take part in this rapidly growing way of gaming.


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The number of mobile gamers in the U.S. has steadily increased over the years.

 

Minecraft

 

Minecraft is a super popular game all over that appeals to people of all ages. Minecraft is made up of a massive world that you build, where you can mine stuff, build stuff and try to take down the bad guys. There is a survival mode where you must mine your food and resources to survive and a creative mode that gives you unlimited access to everything. You're also able to play on multiplayer servers with people on your PC or gaming console. The app is always updating with lots of new possibilities and content.

 

Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft


 

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What epic Warcraft hero will you be?

 

Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft grew to popularity in 2014 and remains one of the best Android games to date. Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft is a digital strategy card game that anyone can play. Players can choose one of nine epic Warcraft heroes to portray, and then take turns playing cards from their customizable decks to cast potent spells, use heroic weapons or abilities or summon powerful characters to crush their opponent. Players can choose to play against the AI, random players or their friends. Though initially, Hearthstone was only available for Windows and Macintosh, it was later available on tablets and smartphones.


888 Casino

 

888 Casino is a popular online casino that houses over 270 high-quality games for you to choose. Now, you can take 888Casino with you on the go with their mobile app. You can enjoy the best mobile casino experience with a huge variety of live casino games, over 100 different slot machines and numerous baccarat, and roulette tables. You can play free blackjack as well. Whether you are playing from home, on your lunch break at work or in the back of an Uber, you can enjoy Vegas-style entertainment conveniently from your smartphone.


Pokémon Go


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Catching them all on Pokémon Go!

 

Pokémon Go exploded in July 2016. An augmented reality game where you walk around the real world, catch Pokémon, battle for Gyms and visit PokéStops to restock items. Players create an avatar, which moves within the game's map as the players move in the real world. Players earn experience points for various in-game activities and can rise in level as they earn points.

 

The Sims

 

When you play The Sims, you're able to create a Sims and customize everything from their personality and outfits to their appearance. You can build your Sims a nice home, complete with gorgeous designs and decor, with more detail than you've ever seen on a mobile before. Party with friends, shop around town and even have your Sims accomplish some of their life goals. The Sims is a perfect game for teens and up where you can show your creativity while also telling a story.

 

Roblox

 

Roblox is a massive multiplayer gaming platform, built by gamers, that allows users to design their games. For users of all ages, Roblox is sometimes compared to Minecraft because it is an app that hosts virtual world games constructed of Lego-like virtual blocks. Everything in Roblox is user-generated, and players can create a massive theme park, work in a pizzeria, feature in a fashion show, become a superhero or build a dream home and hang out with friends. In this digital world, imagination is everything. Roblox also allows you to connect with your friends online using in-game chat features, private messages and groups.

 

8 Ball Pool

 

8 Ball Pool is the world's number one pool game. Compete in one-on-one or in eight-player tournaments to sharpen up your skills. You're able to customize your cue and table. In every competitive one-on-one match that you play, there are Pool Coins at stake. If you win the match, the coins are yours. You can use the coins to enter higher-ranked matches with bigger stakes or use them to buy new items in the Pool Shop. You can easily invite your friends to play by signing into your social media accounts.

 

Super Mario Run


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Watch Mario go in Super Mario Run!

 

Super Mario Run is the simplified version of the classic Nintendo game where you can play the game one-handed. Mario runs across the screen automatically, and the user controls him by tapping the screen to jump at the appropriate times to navigate between platforms, avoid obstacles, bounce on enemies and collect coins. Though Super Mario Run has been out for iOS devices since last year, it just became available to Android users and is already one of the most popular Android games available.

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