Previous we’ve posted on top 10 Best Android games of 2017, And now the list of top 10 games of march 2017 has Arrived. Gaming on mobile has been improving at a far greater rate than any other technology that came before it. If you’re currently on the hunt for new games to play and are hoping to find something to pass the time or increase your enjoyment for mobile gaming sessions, there are lots of new Android games to choose from which might just be what you’re looking for, here are the 10 best Android games of March 2017 available right now!
Battle Action RPG Set in Fantasy Medieval Theme. Victorious Knight offers a semi-turn-based battle with a swipe to slash attack and casual dungeon exploration/ crawling. All packed with high-quality 3D graphic/ visual content.
Kuboom is an FPS that uses cubic block graphics reminiscent of Minecraft. Players fight across five games modes, such as free-for-all or team battle, with up to 32 people online.
Enter the world of Kuboom, an FPS featuring cubic block graphics made popular by Minecraft. Players can jump into over five different game modes to test their combat prowess in firefights. Whether in team battles or free-for-alls, shoot the enemy with a wide range of weapons from semi-automatics to frags to sniper rifles with scoped views. Customize personal weapons with patterns and skins. Play on-the-go with cross-platform support between PCs and Androids. Explore a variety of maps, from steel warehouses to tree-laden landscapes, and participate in firefights with up to 32 players on a single map.
2D side-scrolling games like the original Super Mario Bros. never go out of style; they just come up with new ways to challenge gamers. The latest such example is Gravity Duck Islands, which has finally made its way to Android in the Google Play Store after previously launching on iOS over a year ago in September 2015.
Evil Factory is an action-packed, retro fun in this top-down arcade game! Evil Factory sees you running around small, square stages dodging hits and planting explosives to deal damage to enemies.
Enemies come in all shapes and sizes, and with a variety of weapons and patterns to face up against, so every encounter feels new and interesting. You also have a sub-weapon that can be used once a battle when things get a little hairy, and you can upgrade these and unlock new ones through beating levels.
Dungeon Rushers is a game of “rushing” into “dungeons.” It’s also one of the most accomplished and interesting dungeon crawlers I’ve played in a good long while.
Every decent idea it has seems to hit home. It’s brilliantly written, it’s well designed, and it pushes you to dive head first into the subterranean lairs that it presents you with. On top of all that it works really well on mobile. The controls are slick, the action is frenetic but never overwhelming, and you’re going to enjoy every moment you spend with the game in the palm of your hand.
Tap to jump and jump as far as possible without falling down. Collect coins, hatch eggs and unlock new animals! Collect over 80 animals and beat hidden objectives to unlock even fluffier secret ones. Jump to the skies and beat your friends high score in the online leaderboards.
‘Unhappy Ever After’ is a dark, yet funny, RPG that takes traditional fairy tales and turns them on their heads. Along with your journey, you will meet familiar characters that you’ve to know all your life and see them in new situations and within frameworks that you will make you both laugh and despair.
Beyond its parody to the fantasy, ‘Unhappy Ever After’ also aims to parody the real, drawing on situations that are all too prevalent in our worlds, such as drug abuse, terrorism, and dirty politics. Death too is a prevalent theme and no character, no matter how well known, how famous, or how integral to the plot, is safe from its cold hand!
The game realMYST is a noble attempt by Cyan to update its popular adventure game Myst. The title is meant to imply that this is the “real” version of Myst, the version the Miller brothers would have originally created had the technology been available. The major change is the game’s 3D engine: It lets you walk around the island and the different ages in real time. The game also includes a new epilogue that links it to its sequel, Riven. Unfortunately, the 3D engine serves only to make Myst a much more frustrating game.
Bladebound is a hack ‘n slash RPG completely developed for the touch interface. In that sense, you will not find your usual onscreen D-pad here – everything is touch-based, and you move your character through tapping and go through battles using gestures and onscreen skill buttons. You might not like this interface, but we assure you that Bladebound will not irritate you this way.
The sci-fi wild west adventure in outer space continues with Space Marshals 2. This tactical top-down shooter puts you in the shoes of specialist Burton in his struggle against the criminal elements of the galaxy. This isn’t your ordinary dual-stick shooter. The emphasis is on tactical combat and stealth, rather than just spraying bullets, and there’s a story.