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25. 80 Days

Journey around the world in this modern retelling of the classic globetrotter. Step into the wandering boots of Phileas Fogg as he prepares and struggles through his fourscore adventure around the steampunk universe. Plan out the best routes, and weave through their rich, and interactive narrative. Meet the great icons of alternate history, and share the experience with the world. It has a PlayScore of 8.72


This is an indie platformer from the creators of Super Hexagon. Play as Captain Viridian who has his ship crashland in an uncharted realm. It’s up to you to rescue your crew. Move around this realm by flipping and jumping across platforms. It’s simple, well executed, and super easy to pick up. It has a PlayScore of 8.72

23. Botanicula

Amanita Design’s adorable point and click indie adventure with miniscule proportions. From the makers of the award-winning Machinarium and Samorost series, lead five little tree creatures as they set on a journey to save the last seed of their home from evil parasites. It has a PlayScore of 8.73

22. Million Onion Hotel

An action puzzler form Onion Games. Set in a strange pixel world with a strange hotel, enjoy a plethora of pixel patrons as they serve a magical onion soup with ridiculous potential. Tap as many onions as you can and gain the highest score! It has a PlayScore of 8.74

21. Flipping Legend

Punch people with your magical fist, cast spells, and unlock new weapons in this pattern-based adventure from Noodlecake Games. A test of your reflexes, use speed and rhythm at your advantage to be the legendary flipping legend. It has a PlayScore of 8.74

20. Dragon Quest V

Our second look at what would be the Zenithia Trilogy, Dragon Quest V seems to show off the best of the series' port to the Android. Originally released on the famicom, experience the much awaited port on the go as you live 30 years in the life of their hero. A success more than decades after, it has a PlayScore of 8.74

19. Causality

Bending space and time into an adorable puzzler, Causality has everything from vibrant visuals to technical ingenuity. Not so much a brain tickler, their grids of mini astronauts will have you racking your brains for hours on. Bring them to their color-coded destinations and bask in the delightful confusion, it has a PlayScore of 8.75


This is definitely not your usual dose of RPG goodness. But, that seems to be the pattern for most of Yoshiro Kimura's collection. Taking on the classic JRPG look with 8bit scenes and UIs, follow the tale of the boxer-clad Yamada-kun and his nightly ventures into his own videogame world. A nostalgia ride with pixel visuals and chiptunes, it has a PlayScore of 8.75

17. Alphabear

From the developers of Bushido Bear, Spry Fox constructs another Bear-filled title for their contemplative players. Lacking katana slashing but not without its own kind of action, enhance your vocabulary skills as you spell out word after word for them growing bears. Pick up your nearest dictionary to reach the highest ranks of their leaderboards. It has a PlayScore of 8.76

16. You Must Build A Boat

Eighty Eight Games' sequel to the popular 1,000,000 blends their match three gameplay with the delights of dungeon crawling. It's a hybrid of RPG and Puzzle gaming that's set entirely on a boat. Start off small as you travel the whole world through a series of procedurally generated dungeons. Recruit your crew, eliminate monsters, collect items, and build up your boat. It has a PlayScore of 8.76

15. Chaos Rings III

The fourth game in Media Vision's Chaos Rings Series, this mobile Japanese RPG made its most awaited debut on the Android. It's a full-scale RPG that will take you to the coasts of Neo Paleo, a stepping stone in an explorers journey to a blue planet. Scavenge for hidden treasures, fight against legendary monsters, and explore uninhabited lands. Fulfill your dreams because it has a PlayScore of 8.78

14. Iron Marines

From the creators of the award-winning Kingdom Rush trilogy comes their very own version of a Sci-fi powered RTS slash Tower-Defense game. As per usual, defend your bases with your high powered towers. Recruit the greatest heroes of the galaxy and lead them into dangerous missions. What does it take to save the galaxy? It has a PlayScore of 8.80


PlayDead’s monochromatic indie platformer is a gem. This acclaimed puzzler dazzles you with its creepy black and white setting and eerie atmosphere. Play as a young boy trying to find his way out of this tormented place. Solve complicated puzzles that require timing and ingenuity. It’s a fantastic entry to jumpstart PlayDead’s success. It has a PlayScore of 8.83

12. Reigns: Her Majesty

Devolver’s more feminine side of their Tinder-like simulation game. As regal as ever, create your perfect kingdom by attending to the concerns of your people. Swipe Left and Right to pick the perfect answer, and watch your kingdom thrive amidst the drama. It receives a PlayScore of 8.84

11. Bridge Constructor Portal

A hybrid of two of the most innovative games on the market, Bridge Constructor and Portal. Enter Aperture Labs, and solve a multitude of puzzles, requiring cooperation between construction bridges, and bending physics with portals. It has a PlayScore of 8.85

10. Alto’s Adventure

A surrealist endless runner snowboarding game from Developer Snowman. Alto’s Adventure mesmerizes you with its gorgeous art style set in the beautiful alpine hills. Wander through neighboring villages as you grind rooftops and leap over cliffs with its graceful and fluid controls. It has a PlayScore of 8.85

9. Kingdom Rush

The OG Tower Defense game that we all know and loved. This is the first of Ironhide Studios’ award-winning trilogy and this is where it all began. Defend your kingdom from waves of Orcs, Trolls, Evil Wizards and other nasty creatures. Use your vast arsenal of magical towers to quell this evil threat. It has a PlayScore of 8.87

8. Rusty Lake: Roots

From the creators of the Cube Escape series, this psychological point and click horror game lets you build your own family tree. Expand your bloodline by unlocking portraits in the tree of life. Weave through each of the character’s lives as you experience their history in the game’s unique storylines. It has a PlayScore of 8.89

7. Super Hexagon

Terry Cavanagh’s ridiculous minimalist action-rhythm game is not for the faint of heart. Using but mere reflexes, complete increasingly difficult levels by evading jittery polygons. How long can you last? It receives a PlayScore of 8.91

6. Lara Croft GO

Just like most of Square Enix’s GO games, this is a turn-based puzzle spin-off of Lara Croft’s adventures. Explore ruins of an ancient civilization, uncover secrets and face deadly challenges to solve the mystery of the Queen of Venom. It has a PlayScore of 8.96

5. Threes!

A number slider puzzle game from Sirvo. It’s addicting, easy to pick up and it’s full of replay value. Combine number 3’s and craft the biggest number you can achieve. It’s a constant brain pumping app that’s impossible to put down. It has a PlayScore of 8.96

4. Sorcery! 3

The PlayStore’s favorite choose-your-own-adventure game becomes more interactive than ever before. A fitting adaptation of Steve Jackson's interactive gamebook, watch his world come alive with lovingly crafted maps and scenarios. While the game isn't fully animated, its choice of bookish artstyle definitely adds to the immersion. A fantasy game that's faithful to its literary roots. It has a PlayScore of 8.97

3. Mini Metro

Create your own bustling minimalistic subway layout in this strategy game from Dinosaur Polo Club. By connecting lines to their corresponding polygonal stations, make the most efficient pathways using your limited resources. It has a PlayScore of 9.00

2. The Room

The first of the long list of puzzles from Fireproof Games. This three-dimensional puzzler takes you to a creepy house with a mysterious box right in front of you. The game’s main selling point is its ludicrous amount of creative puzzles. It’s a brain teaser, and it’s only just the beginning of a massive franchise. It has a PlayScore of 9.03

1. And the best Single-Player game on the Android is none other than Crashlands!

Did you miss this game? Taking over our list once again, crashland into a mysterious and hostile planet. It’s gameplay is grounded by four major pillars: Craft, Build, Explore and Fight.

Craft powerful items to dominate the planet; build sustainable homes to survive the harsh environment; explore procedurally-generated dungeons; and fight for your survival! It has a PlayScore of 9.10