The Google Play Store has almost one million different games that can be downloaded to compatible smartphones and tablets. This catalogue has grown to such an enormous proportion that Google had to separate games from other apps back in 2016. At the time of writing, some of the “top free” titles include Among Us, Roblox, and Sushi Roll 3D, while Candy Crush Saga, Clash of Clans, and Homescapes lead the list of “top grossing” games.
Pac-Man is perhaps one of the most popular games ever made. Most adults and children can still remember the munching sound of Pac-Man and the eerie ghost sounds of the game. Pac-Man was a favorite in every gaming arcade. The hugely popular classic game has made a comeback as an Android app to ensure that the younger generation can also enjoy it just like their parents did. You can download multiple versions of the Pac-Man app in Google Play Store.
Blackjack is by far the most played card game across the globe, with at least one version on offer in almost every casino in the world. This is thanks to its simple rules that make it almost impossible not to understand how to play it in just a few minutes. As well as being incredibly popular, it’s also much older than most games. Blackjack is more than 500 years old, with at least one historical reference dating back to 1440. Despite its age, its near-infinite number of outcomes help it to stay fresh and exciting round after round.
3. Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition
Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition is another CRPG from Beamdog, and this is a fan-favorite held in high regard. The classic campaign and all of its DLC are available for a single price, and the UI has been tweaked so that it scales to whatever screen you’re using. Really, the only caveat is that the multiplayer content is no longer available since it didn’t make the cut for this enhanced edition. Still, this is an excellent CRPG well worth the asking price, and it works great on Chromebooks as well as tablets.
4. Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap
Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap began its life as a 1989 Master System game, and it was recently remade for modern consoles in 2017, complete with new graphics. Thanks to its newfound popularity DotEmu has brought the game over to Android, and it comes with controller and Shield TV support. The game is basically a classic 2D platformer, and you can even switch from the old pixel-based graphics to the new hand-drawn art on the fly as you play, which is a nifty feature that makes this a perfect title to list in today’s roundup.
5. Metal Slug 3 Shooting Game
Metal Slug 3 is a classic example of shooting games that dominated arcades the world over 15 to 20 years ago. The game has now been remastered for Android and is available at the Play Store. It is a good option for people who want to relive the excitement of run-and-gun classic games. It is also perfect for those who love fast action shooting games from the past. The new game version allows you to play in multiple ways including single-player campaigns using either mission mode or the classic mode.