Best Android games apps for Tablet

27 best Android tablet games

hey that's my fish best Android board games for Android[Price: Free with in app purchases]
BADLAND is a platformer game with an undeniably gorgeous design and addictive game play. You must navigate through a maze of obstacles to keep pace with an ever scrolling screen. If you fall behind, you lose. The game features over 100 levels, 23 levels of multiplayer content (including offline, same device multiplayer), simple one-touch controls, cloud save, immersive mode, and the developers repeatedly promise more content in future updates. The large screens on tablets make this game absolutely enjoyable to take part in and a great way to kill a few minutes.

[Price: $9.99 each]
We grouped these three games together because they were all released by the same developer (Beamdog). All three titles are huge, immersive RPGs that were ported from PC to Android in 2014. They feature very long stories with complex game play and are sure to keep you busy for months upon months. The graphics are decent but not amazing because even by PC standards these games are pretty old. However, these are three of the better RPGs to grace PC and Android. With their complicated control schemes, playing them on a tablet screen makes them infinitely easier to play and enjoy.

[Price: $1.99 with in app purchases]
This witty RPG from days past has above average graphics, a long story, and it plays amazingly on a tablet. Frankly, playing this on a smartphone is cramped and sometimes downright uncomfortable. On a tablet, you can see more and the controls are spread out and more comfortable. It also has third party controller support if you happen to be packing one of those. It’s one of the best RPGs on Android and it’s relatively inexpensive.

[Price: Varies]
With the larger screen of a tablet, you’ll get probably the best virtual board game experience that you are capable of having right now. Board games are excellent games for family days, kids, and some are even tailored for adults. It’s simple enough to put the tablet in the middle of the table and crowd around it to enjoy a board game experience without the risk of a beloved pet eating the game pieces. If you want to see the best board games on Android, the link below will take you there.
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best android tablet games - emulators[Price: Free with in app purchases]
The world’s most popular free strategy game is a natural choice for tablet gamers. Admittedly, the graphics don’t look much better (or worse) on a larger screen. However, the game does require a lot of precise tapping and dragging which can be done much easier on a large screen. Add to that the gigantic online community, clan wars, and Supercell’s frequent feature updates and you have a great free game to kill a few minutes every day.

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
Dead Trigger 2 is another game that seems to have all the prerequisites to be an amazing Android tablet game. It sports great graphics which translate well to large screens, easy controls that are comfortable, third party controller support, and fun, addictive game play. Plus you get to mow down fields of zombies and that has been well established as a great way to kill some time. MADFINGER Games has been good about keeping the updates rolling so there is still new content to enjoy every now and then. Plus, it’s free to play.

[Price: varies]
Emulators are a natural choice for tablets. The on screen controls are more comfortable (and generally customizable), you have more space to enjoy your old favorites, and the larger screen allows you to play many older games in their native 4:3 aspect ratio while still having plenty of space to see them. There are a lot of emulators for a lot of consoles and thousands of games combined so there is literally something out there for everyone. If you want to check out our best emulators list, click the link below!

[Price: .99]
Game of Thrones is the first of three Telltale Games titles on this list. In this title, you play as a lesser known house that plays a peripheral role in the events of the main story as seen on TV. You’ll interact with characters from the TV show, enjoy some decent graphics, dive into a deep story line with enough ethical and moral twists and turns to give it a real Game of Thrones feel. It is episodic so you’ll have to buy more episodes eventually.

Android tablet games[Price: .99.99, and .99 respectively]
Rockstar has had great success in porting their Grand Theft Auto series to mobile. In fact, San Andreas won our best game of 2013 award. These games are huge and provide dozens of hours of game play. The larger touch screens of tablets make controls much easier as you have more space and larger buttons. Each game easily provides dozens of hours of game play which makes them easily worth the money. The older titles have a few bugs here and there, though, so be sure to test them out before the refund time expires!

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
Hearthstone seems to have been tailor made for tablets. Actually, it literally was because you have to do some hackery just to get this game running on a device smaller than 6-inches. This is a long awaited card game that has you building decks, dueling other players, and there is even some single player missions to get you into the mix. Everything is synced to a account so you can play between your tablet and computer if you want to which is a nice touch. It’s wildly popular, especially with the Twitch crowd and there are always plenty of people to duel against!

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
Injustice: Gods Among Us is among the best fighting games available on Android. It features an extensive cast of DC comics heroes that you use to duke it out against other DC comics heroes. The game play is simple enough to understand. You collect character cards and build teams of three. You then duke it out in an epic 3v3 battle royale between your fighters and the opponent’s fighters. It’s a solid game with graphics that really shine on tablet screens and it’s probably the best DC comic property on Android.

[Price: $4.99]
Leo’s Fortune gained fame when it was demo’d at Google I/O on Android TV. In case that wasn’t a serious indication, that means this game translates well to larger screens. The game pay mechanics are simple and work naturally on big screens. The grahpics are crisp and clean so it should only add to the enjoyment. It’s $4.99 but there are also no in app purchases and there are Google Play Games achievements for those who want that.

[Price: $4.99]
Limbo hit the ground running when it was released in 2015 and it’s already one of the most enjoyed and talked about games of the year. You play as a kid looking for his sister in the creepy, monochrome world of Limbo. The throwback black and white design fits the atmosphere perfect and this is easily one of the best designed games of 2015 so far. The story is okay, but the game play mechanics are solid and it even currently rocks an outstanding 4.8 out of 5 rating in the Google Play Store with over 5000 reviews in total.

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