15. Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath

We're starting off this list with something that's more of a hybrid action adventure. Putting you in the shoes of Stranger, the fearsome bounty hunter, live the dog eat dog life and earn as much moolah as you can from putting outlaws in their place. Mixing third person and first person perspectives, use your arsenal of strategies to navigate his warm western landscapes. Originally published for the Xbox in 2005, Stranger's Wrath is now a perfect portable action adventure treat. With varied gameplay, interesting personalities, and witty dialog, it has a PlayScore of 8.05

14. Kill Shot Virus

Enter a zombie playground in Hothead Games’ survival first person shooter. Terrorize the undead up close and personal with your massive collection of assault rifles, shotgun, snipers and heavy machine guns. It’s a chaotic bloodbath of undead proportions and it’s your job to fend off this monstrous horde.

With stunning visuals and a completely exhilarating zombie survival experience, push your limits and play through over a 100 levels. For extra competitive fun, play in its PvP mode and overwhelm your opponents with your top-tier survival skills. It has a PlayScore of 8.06

13. Dead Effect 2

BadFly Interactive's zombie apocalypse survivors can't seem to take a break. A follow up to their successful Dead Effect debut, the nightmare continues as they set off for interstellar colonization in the spaceship ESS Meridian. Pick from one of three playable characters in Gunnar Davis, heavy weapons specialist; Jane Frey, assault specialist; or close combat specialist, Kay Rayner.

No matter which playstyle fits you best, they're all doomed to the same action-packed survival misssion. Keeping your eyes glued to the screen with over 30 hours of campaigns and special missions, it has a PlayScore of 8.08

12. Dino Hunter: Deadly Shores

And speaking of shooting the dead. You'd think Dinosaurs would've had their fill of death after extinction, but that's not the case in Glu's action shooting game. In this neck of the woods, it's always open season for Dino hunting. Take your choice of artillery and show the colossal beasts who's boss. There's a vast array of jurassic creatures to tame, and they're all rendered in the game's gorgeous graphics. It's a truly immersive experience, and it's all available for free. It has a PlayScore of 8.23

11. Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour

Gameloft might have a bad rap for their abuse of microtransactions, but it's hard to say no when they put out titles as good as this. The fourth in their take on the popular FPS genre, Modern Combat 4 provides you with everything you need for that portable Call of Duty experience. Dive into the gripping storyline set in the heart of a nuclear war, and the see the four corners of the world in the quest to rescue global leaders from terrorism. So, gather round your band of brothers and partake in an intense battle of bullets and tactical mayhem. A Havok Engine powered feast for the eyes, it has a PlayScore of 8.25

10. Pixel Gun 3D (Pocket Edition)

As fun as it is to explore voxel ala Minecraft, it looks like pixel perfect landscapes are also a perfect setting for some wild, wild shooting. Not limited to the western high noons, Pixel Gun 3D's got a host of different themes to choose from, whatever dimension you wanna put on display.

An avenue for pocket-friendly shooting, battle friends and strangers around the world in their intense deathmatches and battle royales. But that's not all. With a world as vast as theirs, you can also to choose to hand around with up to four buddies and roam about in up to 8 special maps. More than just a portable shooter, it has a PlayScore of 8.26

9. UNKILLED

We'll never run out of zombie games, will we? But unlike the other mobile zombie shooters, this is definitely a more colorful treat. From Madfinger Games of Dead Trigger fame, this new venture into the familiar zombie shooter amps up the undead killing fields with this gruelling survival in the heart of New York City chaos.

Play as one of six heroes and show your mettle as you conquer the zombie hordes in over 150 epic story missions. And if that's not enough for you, there's also the online multiplayer mode that lets you mow down ghouls for sport. Effectively balancing story and gameplay, it has a PlayScore of 8.29

8. Sniper X with Jason Statham

What better poster boy for a mobile FPS than the Hollywood's iconic macho man. With Mr. Jason Statham showing the ropes of sniper training, join the agents of SPEAR as they go on missions to eliminate the world's high level threats. Unlike his movie persona, sniper coach Statham seems patient enough to turn you into the ultimate killing machine.

Go over their list of over a hundred contracts and watch time slow down for dramatic killshot after dramatic killshot in their impressive 3D environments. With their innovative rifle innovations, make sure you're saving the world as stylishly as Statham. It has a PlayScore of 8.3

7. Into the Dead 2: Zombie Survival

The zombie action game from 2012 gets a fine new sequel that's bigger than before. And, cutting to the chase, yes it's another zombie shooter. What makes Into the Dead special though is its survival elements that add a whole new layer of gameplay. In it, you guide a man separated from his family in a post-apocalyptic world filled with the living dead.

Navigate their gloomy suburbia and immerse in the world with their choice of weaponry--whether you want gun emplacements, drive by shootouts, or on-foot goose chases. Crafting deep narratives out of the struggle to survive, it also has multiple endings that will turn every story into your own. It has a PlayScore of 8.32

6. Half-Life 2

The last installment of Valve's well-loved FPS classic comes to the mobile in full force. First released on the PC in 2004, it was a remarkable feat in videogame development, earning universal acclaim and a spot in the Halls of Fame. Credited for its narrative perfection and many gameplay innovations, this next PC gen title of a few decades ago now feels well at home in the relatively small spaces of the smartphone.

Set in a dystopian world invaded by an alien race called Combine, step into the shoes of Gordon Freeman as he fights for his survival in a struggle to redeem the world. It was Valve's crowning glory, and the legend continues on with a PlayScore of 8.35

5. Hitman: Sniper

As much of a hollywood movie star Statham is, he's nothing compared to the professionals--fictional or not. Fulfill your objective by taking down key targets in over 150 missions with 10 unique contracts. Just like any sniper game, you'll have to use your smarts to pick the perfect weapon and spot to finish your mission undetected.

The game is simple and straightforward but the diverse variables of each mission is ripe for creative experimentation.Bask in the glory of killshots and rinse and repeat. And, for additional replay value, there's also the Death Valley Zombie mode for some mindless shooting R&R. Hitting the two birds of strategic sniping and satisfying killing spree, it has a PlayScore of 8.39

4. FZ9: Timeshift

A shooter set in the grueling days of the Cold War. Play as a lost soldier with experimental abilities from a serum named FZ9. Grab high powered rifles, machine guns and rocket launchers to eliminate enemies in a destructive rampage.

Its Bullet Time ability makes every encounter feel epic. Slow down time and take down your opponents with surgical precision. Explore its world and delve into its deep storyline that branches out over 30 missions. Apply your newfound skills to the game’s PvP setting and watch them revel at your mighty super soldier. It has a PlayScore of 8.46

3. DEAD TRIGGER 2 - Zombie Survival Shooter

Madfinger Games’ zombie shooting sequel to the successful Dead Trigger game manages to increase the overall satisfaction of killing the undead in various ways. Save the world from a fast-spreading epidemic in its gripping single player story.

Travel around the world and slay the hideous band of mutated undead with your powerful weapons. Customize your loadouts in the game’s Hideout Feature or seek rewards from daily challenges to get those crazy sharp Katana’s, Rocket Launchers and many more. It has a PlayScore of 8.60

2. Shadowgun Legends

Another entry from MADFINGER games. It’s a futuristic first person shooter that tasks you to save humanity from a wild race of alien invaders. It features a story campaign spanning over 200 missions and on 4 diverse planets. Choose from over a hundred weapon types and ready yourself to battle extraterrestrial forces.

Additionally, the game also excels in its PvP mode. Engage in epic shooting action solo, or with your friends. Unlock new gear, build up your fame, and maybe get on its PvP to smack down some online buddies and dominate the leaderboards. It has a PlayScore of 8.66

1. And the best Android First Person Shooter is none other than LONEWOLF (17+)

A mature first person shooter with a deep story and intriguing morality. This is a sniper game with a story layered in a gray neo-noir atmosphere. Play as an Assassin with a mysterious past. Fulfill mission objectives and question no one. It has hand-drawn cutscenes to add drama in its already mature style.

Take down your targets with tactical precision, find the best weapon to suit your contract and experience the most realistic recoil a sniper game has ever done on the mobile. It has a PlayScore of 8.80