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Best Free Android Games Of 2016

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Best Free Android Games Of 2016:

Subterfuge:

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]

Subterfuge is one of the best multiplayer gaming experiences you can get. It’s challenging, it’s nerve-wracking, and it’s perfectly suited to smartphones.It is one of the Best Free Android Games of 2016.Subterfuge is a strategy title where each game takes place over the course of a week. You are charged with taking control of the ocean using a fleet of submarines: the more outposts and factories you control, the more submarines you can generate, which means more firepower to seize further outposts. It’s a familiar setup, but because the events take place in real time there is a constant threat that opponents could be sending submarines toward your bases even while you sleep.

subterfugeIt’s a race to see which player can generate enough ‘Neptunium’ (one of the game’s resources) first and, to succeed, your diplomacy skills and interactions with other players are as important as your tactical prowess. Don’t miss it.

Clash Royale:

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]

Clash Royale comes from the creators of the ever-popular Clash of Clans, and it’s sure to steal more hours from your life. It plays something like a cross between a MOBA and a tower-defense title, and it’s a highly addictive concept.In Clash Royale, you take part in one-on-one battles with other players from around the world. You must throw down troops to destroy three of your opponents towers before they do the same to you. However, these towers are only accessible via two lanes which your army must travel along.

clash-royaleThe majority of Clash Royale’s gameplay revolves around trying to use resources effectively. Each creature has their own unique strengths and weaknesses, so it’s your job to pick the right guys for the job and make sure your opponent doesn’t outmatch you.

Candy Crush Saga:

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]

Candy Crush is beyond a game, it’s a cultural phenomenon. The game is based on the concept of Diamond Mine, where you connect colors together in series of three to make them explode. It’s a tried-and-tested idea dating back to the days of Bejeweled, but something about the psychedelic world of Candy Crush has caught millions of peoples’ imaginations.

candy-crush-sagaWhat’s more, Candy Crush Saga often gets festive for holidays, so you’ll have unique features for Christmas, Valentine’s and Easter.

Fruit Ninja:

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]

Fruit Ninja has also been around for years now, but it is still just as addictive as it was when it first hit the scene. Swiping your finger – sorry, ninja sword – across the touchscreen to dish out deadly attacks to, erm, fruit, and watermelons, bananas, peaches will fall by your blade.

fruit-ninjaSlice your way through your five a day while creating combos and making highscores in this infinitely satisfying arcade game.

ZigZag:

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]

Puzzle games that look like they belong on trendy design websites have been pretty commonplace since the fantastic Monument Valley, and ZigZag is the latest to jump on the bandwagon.

zigzagDespite its looks, ZigZag is more of a reflex-based game than a puzzler; you guide a ball along thin zig-zagging paths and have to time your taps right to stop it falling off the edge. It’s a simple, great-looking game for those quick-fix sessions.

Hopeless: The Dark Cave:

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]

Horror, comedy and cuteness combine to great effect in this shooter about a small group of incandescent blobs in the middle of a dark cave, trying to fight off an endless horde of dark-dwelling monstrosities.

hopeless-the-dark-caveThere is no end to the game as such, you just collect coins to upgrade your weapons arsenal for the next go, and do your best to keep the cute little fellas alive. The game is not for the faint-hearted because watching the brave blobs get swallowed up one-by-one by the darkness can be heart-rending.

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