10. Juice Cubes
Probably one of the cutest little puzzlers you will ever see, Juice Cubes has 165 levels of juicy, fruity, puzzling fun. Connect the cubes for points and even create and combine fruit bombs to really blow up your score. Juice Cubes is set in a tropical island type archipelago series of levels, where you’ll meet all kinds of unlikely people along the way such as mermaids, pirates, and witches. Play to unlock more levels and characters, and even challenge your facebook friends. If you’re out for a cutesy and adorable little puzzler Juice Cubes has everything you need. Juice Cubes is free, and available now in the Play Store.
9. Quell Reflect
Quell Reflect just may be as challenging as they come. A truly brain straining puzzler that has gained quite a cult following of fans for its painstaking logic based levels and challenges. It has over 80 levels of puzzles for you to solve and in case it wasn’t enough just to pass through the game, there’s hidden jewels on every level that you can find as well. The challenges just keep coming. Complete with google play games services, you’ll have cloud saves so you can play on all your devices as well as see how you stack up on the leaderboards. If you really want to give your brain a workout, try out Quell Reflect. You can test yourself with Quell Reflect for just a buck. Now there’s a challenge;Resisting the purchase of such a great game that only cost $1.
This isn’t the first time we’ve talked about Splice from cipher prime studios and rightfully so. It’s really an amazing game. Levels are called strands and in each and every strand it is your job to take the cells and rearrange them into a target structure. Don’t take too long and don’t assume you can rearrange things to your hearts content. You have to complete each strand in a number of moves making this even more of a challenge than one might think. The visuals are beautifully crafted and the games soundtrack is nothing if not just as amazing and it’s perfect for the backdrop audio to a game like this. 75 puzzles of compelling visual and audio sensory wonders await you in Splice. Pick it up for $2.99.
7. Tiny Thief
Tiny Thief is the first game from Rovio Stars, the game publishing company headed up by popular game developer Rovio inc. and creators of the devilishly popular Angry Birds series. Tiny Thief is an amazing little game that has you playing a thief stealing the riches from the wealthy elite and seemingly returning it to the poor in an almost robin hood style game of puzzles and challenges. At least one would think tiny thief doesn’t keep all the valuables for himself. There are six epic quests for you to play your way through and enjoy, with a lovely oddball sense of humor to play to your laughter side of things. The game sets you back $2.99, or you can pick up the lite version and demo the game. If you like it, grab the full version.
6. The Room
The Room is probably unlike any other puzzler you’ve ever played on mobile. It’s a puzzler at heart, but masked in a mystery game with gorgeous 3D visuals that will blow your mind. Set with a back story that involves mystery and intrigue, The Room has a slightly unsettling and eerie air about it that will give you chills but keep you on the hook. Its as easy to play as it is to get addicted, but the beauty is how easy it is to pick it back up again if you absolutely have to put it down. If you love a good mystery, The Room is exactly what you’ve been looking for. It’s no mystery how to grab this awesome game however, $1.99 is all its takes to set you up. Ok, yes that was cheesy and lame but lets move on.
5. Monsters Ate My Condo
I’ve always loved the games that come out of Adult Swim. They’re hilarious, and equally off the wall. The best thing about Monsters Ate My Condo though is that it meshes the crazy antics we have come to expect from Adult Swim games with puzzling choices. Match up colored stacks of condos and feed them to the huge monsters standing in the background. you can feed them any condo you wish, but you’re better off feeding them condos of the same color as it will result in more points. Feed them too many non matching colored condos and you could enrage them and send them into a ravenous rampage. you won’t want that now do you? Of course not. The game is $0.99 on the play store if you haven’t already played this delightful gem.
4. Cut The Rope
Cut the Rope has become an instant classic and ultimately one of the best puzzle game on android. It really needs no introduction with as popular as its become. But for those who are unfamiliar with it, Cut the Rope is a cute and mind bending little puzzle game where you’ll need to cut the rope in each level to feed the adorable little monster Om Nom.There are 375 levels of candy coated goodness for Om Nom, with plenty of surprises and level unlocks. You will fall in love with Cut The Rope instantly and forget all about the $1.00 it cost you to buy the game.
It’s Tetris. That should be enough. However this is not just Tetris, it’s Tetris revamped with all sorts of features. Multiple modes of play, social integrated features like Leaderboards on Facebook, and Tetris rank which lets you keep a log of every line you’ve ever cleared in the game. EVER. Amazing modernized graphics, this is Tetris for 2013, but just as you remembered it and just as fun as it used to be. Free to install and hours of enjoyment. How high of a score can you get? Think you’re the Tetris master?
2. World Of Goo
Tons of globs of goo, with endless possibilities. Build things out of them like bridges, cannonballs, and huge tongues. The Android version of this popular game quickly became one of the most popular games on the Play Store . There are tons of mysterious levels for you to complete and global leaderboards to see who can build the tallest tower of goo. With new and undiscovered species of goo balls, each with their own unique abilities, there’s so much goo you’ll feel sticky just playing this game. Google play games services are present to track your achievements and leaderboard status. $4.99 will get you playing but we can’t promise you’ll want to stop.
1. Plague Inc.
you’ve infected patient zero, and now this deadly plague is spreading faster than you ever could have imagined. Humanity will try to defend itself in any way possible but it’s your mission to try and evolve the deadly plague in attempts to bring an end to the world. Plague Inc. features highly detailed visuals and has 12 different disease types that will be more than a challenge to master their strategies. It has a full save/load state, 50 countries to infect, hundreds of traits that you must evolve and thousands of world events that you’ll need to adapt to if you’re ever going to see this thing through. Can you end the world with your plague? Dive into plague Inc. and see for yourself. The game is free and will undoubtedly give you tons of enjoyment in a puzzler unlike anything you’ve played before.