Who doesn’t love playing some sweet games on their Android phone or tablet? Well we’ve got a great list of games developed by one of the best developers, that would be Gameloft. They have a ton of games out for not just the Android platform but iOS and Mac as well. But of course we’ll be focusing on their Android games. With a ton of new games coming in 2013, let’s take a look at their best Android games so far.
10. Asphalt 7: Heat
Asphalt 7 is the newest in the Asphalt franchise. All of the games in the Asphalt franchise have been pretty mind blowing. This game is basically Gameloft’s take on the Need for Speed franchise from Electronic Arts. The graphics in this game are just unbelievable especially if you’re on a 720p or even a 1080p display.
9. N.O.V.A. 3 Near Orbit
N.O.V.A. 3 is the best immersive and impressive sci-fi FPS game around, it’s the third edition in the N.O.V.A. franchise. It’s available for $6.99 from Google Play. It’ll also occupy about 2GB of storage space on your device. So this probably isn’t a game for those with the Nexus 4.
8. Gangstar Rio: City of Saints
Gangstar Rio is another great game from Gameloft. It takes place in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil where you’ll be having criminally good fun. It’s a pretty fun game and it costs $6.99 like most of Gameloft’s games. This is hands down the best way to discover Rio De Janeiro without actually going there.
7. The Dark Knight Rises
In the Dark Knight Rises, you get to become Batman “I’m Batman” as Sheldon from The Big Bang Theory says, and save Gotham City from the biggest threat that it has ever faced. You can join the action today by hitting the download link below and coughing up $6.99 to Gameloft.
6. The Amazing Spider Man
Who doesn’t love Spiderman? In the new The Amazing Spider-man Game you get to help clean out all the thugs and super villians from New York City on this super hero journey. This game will take up about 2GB of storage on your device so be sure you have room before you go downloading.
5. Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour
One of the best FPS games available on Android, Modern Combat 4 opens a new chapter to push the boundaries of mobile gaming. Like most games, it tries to push your device to it’s limits. But can it? Yes it most certainly can. It’ll cost you $6.99 on the Google Play Store.
Backstab is about a guy named Henry Blake. He was a former member of the England Royal Navy after being betrayed, imprisoned and losing his fianc©e, Henry Blake looks to get revenge. This is a great game for those that like to use swords and blades. Check it out on Google Play, it’ll set you back about $7.
3. NFL Pro 2013
Who doesn’t love the NFL? Well if you don’t like the Madden franchise, Gameloft has an alternative. It’s NFL Pro 2013. With some great features to make it feel like you’re actually out there on the field playing the game. It works great on larger screen devices like the Galaxy Note 2 and the Droid DNA of course. And the graphics are amazing.
2. Let’s Golf! 3
Okay, this game might not be for everyone but it’s still a great game. This is what you call a “freemium” game. You can play 5 holes everyday or buy energy boosts and play whenever you want. As far as golf games goes this is probably the best one out there. And you can download it for free. It’s also about 1GB in size, but it does vary per device.
1. Dungeon Hunter 3
This game has become the benchmark for action RPG games. And it’s back in it’s third Free to Play installment in the successful franchise. With over 1 million downloads already since it was released. I’d have to say it’s been pretty successful, and that’s why it’s #1 on our list.