If you have an Android smartphone, there are lots of great apps available in the Android Market. If you want to have some fun, there are thousands of unique and entertaining games for you to download. Here are some of the best Android game apps for 2012.
Mortal Combat 3: Fallen Nation
This is probably the best first-person shooter game around. It costs $6.99, and it’s entirely worth it. The graphics are amazingly clear and detailed. As the hero of this game, you’ll fight in “an apocalyptic battle for the freedom of the United States.” There are 13 missions to complete around the world. Engage in various different battle types, such as helicopter, drone and 4×4, and use many different realistic weapons. This is an action-packed game, and you can also play multiplayer games with up to 12 people.
The beloved, classic card game of Uno is available for your smartphone with this free app. You can challenge yourself in an individual tournament, or you can play versus friends and family over you Wi-Fi network. The online multiplayer mode is great for some competitive action. You can also customize rules and play different versions of the game. Perfect for Uno lovers everywhere, and who isn’t one?
This free app is packed with features that every racing fan will love. You can drive more than 50 different cars, and you can upgrade and customize each one for top performance. Upgrades include nitrous and adjusting gear rations. There are lots of different races you can enter to try and win some cash or just take the top spot. You can race online and challenge other players live, or just play an individual game and defeat the bosses. The graphics on this game are top-notch.
Cut the Rope
This app costs $0.99, and it’s incredibly addicting. The goal is to feed the adorable Om Nom, a little green creature, all the candy he wants by cutting the ropes that hold it. Along the way, you have to be careful to avoid enemies and obstacles blocking your path. Also, try to collect as many stars and break as many bubbles as possible. You won’t be able to put it down until you beat every level – then do it again.
This very realistic bowling game makes great use of 3D graphics. It’s free to download, and its simplicity makes it so appealing. Use your touch screen to send you ball down the lane in five different scenes, and see how close to a perfect game you can get. It will keep track of your scores and statistics over time.
Gem Miner: Dig Deeper
While the graphics on this game are incredibly simple and not very impressive, the game play is worth the $1.99 you’ll spend on it. You’ll dig through mines, block-by-block, and send your miner exploring underground. Every mine is different because they’re randomly generated, and there are four difficulty levels to choose from. As you dig, you’ll uncover treasures. Challenges like falling rocks also await you, so you’ll need to find enough money to buy essential gear like supports, ladders and torches.