With Android devices being sold everyday, more and more people are getting into mobile gaming. The business man you think is sending an email could actually be racing cars or stacking bricks, this is just the world we live in now. Android gaming is becoming more and more popular as more phones sell. We are starting to see a lot of awesome games being developed for Android, and even some ports from that other phone. In this article I am going to give you three of some awesome games that I am playing. I play others, and I will play new ones, but at this present time three of my favorites are these: Bonsai Blast, Gun Bros, and of course, Angry Birds.
Bonsai Blast is an awesome puzzle game from Glu Mobile. It is pretty simple to understand and get into, but later on in the levels it can be quite challenging. They give you a course that little colored bubbles travel on. The object of the game is to pop all of the bubbles before they reach the end of the course. You control a little cannon that shoots bubbles into the trail of bubbles to get three in a row. If you get three or more in a row, the bubbles pop. This is a very fun game that can be very challenging as well, and I personally am quite attached to it.
Gun Bros is a pretty intense game as well. Big guns and 3D graphics are what this game is about. There is a storyline, but when you get right down to it, this game is about going to planets and defeating waves of enemies with your large, unrealistic guns. The game plays well and is a dual-stick control scheme. The left stick is how you move, and the right stick is the direction in which you shoot. Gun Bros is awesome, and with all the fun levels and unlockables, is worth a play.
And of course, I must include Angry Birds. If you haven’t heard or played this game yet you are, in fact, living under a rock. Whether you like it or not, this sensation has grown to be much more than just a game. T-shirts, spinoffs, TV shows, everything is based on Angry Birds, and rightfully so. Angry Birds is a highly addictive game where you launch little birds out of a catapult to kill green pigs. Hundreds of levels, hours of fun, Angry Birds is amazing.
That about wraps up some of my favorite Android games to date. All are free, all are fun, and I suggest you go and try it. Gaming is becoming more and more popular on mobile devices, and the experience keeps getting better on Android.
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