Top 4 Best Android Games

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This is a list of the best new android games you can find in the Google Play Store, we keep it updated at all times whenever a game worthy of it comes out, our goal is always to keep you informed. Here are a few of them.

The Room: Old Sins

This is one of the latest releases from Fireproof Games development studio and 4th in line of “The Room” series. You find yourself inside a house of a genius engineer who has gone missing, during all that you find an eye-catching dollhouse in the attic.

Using a refined tool, you get to explore each room in the dollhouse where you encounter a large number of puzzle boxes and contraptions. This all sounds very mysterious, and maybe if you’re able to solve the entire puzzle, you’ll get to know what happened to the missing engineer and his wife.

This is a very engaging and deep game that uses its graphics and audio to create a very eerie atmosphere and pull you right in.

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This game might look like a candy crush clone at first because of its tile-swapping match-three format, but it definitely isn’t one. It’s a very vibrant and colorful release with an abstract feel to it, as you play it you see that it’s one of those puzzle games that goes beyond its original genre. It offers a very relaxing style of gameplay.

From the get-go it’s pretty easy while it’s explaining its game mechanics and then it gradually gets harder, giving you more complex puzzles.

HQ Trivia

This is the app that started the huge wave of live trivia game shows on your phone. All you need to do is answer 12 questions that change on a daily basis and you have a chance to win some money. Each day has a prize pool of $5,000 while on Sunday evenings it’s approximately $25,000.

The app has a live show host who’s called Scott Rogowsky, he’s kind of become an internet celebrity because of it. He always offers an entertaining performance which makes the whole experience even better. Since the launch, the app has seen many improvements like letting you play with friends. The number of people who play this weekly is astounding, it’s in the millions, but it’s not surprising since it’s free and you have a chance to win some serious money.

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Reigns: Her Majesty

In 2016 Reigns was one of the best games and was the first winner of the Google Play Indie Games contest. This is a sequel to that highly praised release.

The first game has you playing as the ruler of the land, you make decisions that have influence over various facets of the kingdom, which includes the church, the royal wealth, the army and most importantly the people you rule over. The catch is that you need balance all these out, so not letting the meter deplete nor max out, if that happens it’s game over, and you start over.

In the second game of the series, it’s pretty much the same gameplay, but the difference is that you’re a queen this time, while you were a King in the first one. With the queen come new characters and branching storylines that differ from the first release. You don’t have to worry about it being too similar, you have my assurance it has quite enough new mechanics and is sure to be another contest-winner quality game.