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10 Android Games You Can Try Out in 2021

Whether you’re part of a group of gamer friends and are curious to see what’s so exciting about them or are a closet gamer who hasn’t found a game that connects with your soul, this blog is for you.

An Android device is so much more than just a cell phone. We use it to catch up on our favorite shows, video call friends and family in another city, and even motivate ourselves to work on those really ‘down in the dumps’ days—so, why not games?

Interesting Android games to check out

If you’re looking to try playing games on Android but are a little lost because you can’t seem to pick from the thousands of options, I’ve shortlisted ten of the ones I liked most. Here we go.

1. Call of Duty: Mobile

If you’ve been around gamers a lot or are yourself into games, you’ve probably already heard of this one a couple of times. This game initially came out as a PC and console game so that gamers can enjoy the big-screen playing experience—but since technology is all about how handy you can make something, you can now play it on your phone.

Try it out: Googe Play link

Even though the original version was doing pretty well with its team-deathmatch, battle-royale, and zombie modes, this new version came with a warfare mode which is much grittier and faster-paced. If you’re looking to get some action in your life, this is your stop.

2. GRID Autosport

Do you enjoy the adrenaline rush you get from car racing? Does the elegant dance of gear switching, the screech from tires peeling off against the race track, and the smell of burning rubber fused with a sense of excitement give your life meaning? Not all Android games are just like that.

Try it out: Googe Play link

You don’t need a racing car, a track, or even a gaming setup to enjoy this racing game. Simply download the GRID autosport app on your Android phone and enjoy a one-of-a-kind experience. Even though the game comes with excellent graphics, no in-app purchases, and zero annoying adverts, this is a premium game that comes at a cost.

3. PUBG Mobile

We’ll be really surprised if you haven’t heard of this one before. With the lockdowns letting everyone spend most of their time inside their houses and very near their phones, 2020 has been a total PUBG year. As the official best battle-royal game, this one has already crossed the ten-million download record.

Try it out: Googe Play link

After its PC version’s initial success, PUBG came out with its Android game, and mobile gaming hasn’t been the same since. The game comes with brilliant graphics, easy-to-use controls, and a fun premise consisting of around 100 players engrossed in an intense battle on an island. Sounds fun? Try it for yourself and tell us.

4. Genshin Impact

Love battle-royale, elemental magic, and open-world role-playing? Try Genshin Impact. Arguably the best and most fun game of 2021, this game is free to play, is action-based and involves gacha mechanics. Backed up with enjoyable gameplay and stunning graphics, this one will grip you for hours.

Try it out: Googe Play link

Players are free to use both the game’s gacha system and its party system to access new characters and experiences. Sound intriguing to you? Download it from Google Play Store right now.

5. Legends of Runeterra

If you’re already a fan of Hearthstone, this game will come as an absolute delight for you. This Android game takes on an online deck-builder design and lets its players win cards and heroes to build their decks to battle their opponents.

Try it out: Googe Play link

The game comprises 24 champions, a heck lot of cards, and fun challenges. Easy and fun to play, this game lets you invite your friends onboard and play against them too.

6. Levelhead

This game was created by the same developer as those of Crashlands. With 90 levels, sturdy controls, this is one of the best ones to play. However, one thing that is unique about Levelhead is that it lets its players create their own levels and upload them to the game.

Try it out: Googe Play link

Other players can download these levels, and the most popular ones end up being featured in the Levelhead vault. If you feel like that kind of creative freedom might be your forte, give it a shot. Who knows, maybe one of your levels will become a global sensation.

7. AnimA ARPG

If you’ve ever played one of the OG Diablo games, AnimA might be right up your alley. The game features its reminiscent dark-fantasy backdrop, the loot feature, along with an isometric camera that will take you back to your Diablo days.

Try it out: Googe Play link

Easy to download from the Play Store and free to play, this is a game built to delight players from all eras.

8. Donut Country

Although this one is more an indie game that joined the Android gaming scene way back in 2018, it still remains one of the most delightful ones to play if you’re looking to bring some light-hearted cheer and challenges back into your life.

Try it out: Googe Play link

The graphics are beautiful, the game is immersive, and the storyline just pulls you in—what more could you want? Think you’d like to play as a hole that gulps everything down? What are you waiting for? Let’s download the game and start playing.

9. Sky: Children of the Light

Coming out in 2020, this adventure game quickly grabbed the spotlight. Featuring seven worlds for its players to explore, a ton of dazzling character customizations, thought-provoking challenges, and unforgettable social experiences, this is one of the best games to play on your Android device.

Try it out: Googe Play link

10. Pokémon GO

Okay, we all went through the Pokémon GO era where we’d run into poles looking for Pokémon back in 2016. And we’re happy to announce that, unlike most games that run their course pretty quickly after the initial high, this one is still going strong.

Try it out: Googe Play link

Based on the evergreen anime Pokémon and the classic video games, this mobile title is interactive with GPS and AR features. It will get you moving and is full of absolutely adorable parallel-universe animals called Pokémon that even have special powers.

This brings us to the end of our list of Android games to play on your smartphone in 2021. I hope you find one that sticks – Happy playing!

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