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Top 10 Best Free Play Pass Games On Android – June 2022

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Android games might not cost as much as console games, but some of them can be a little pricey, which is where free games on Play Pass come in. Many Android games can range from being $.99 to being upwards of $15 and more, and that doesn’t quite sit well with some gamers. Also, we’re constantly bombarded with in-app purchases and all sorts of gacha nonsense.

Fortunately, Google has a solution that most gamers should like. It introduced its Play Pass subscription. With this service, you pay $4.99/month and you get no advertisements, free content in-game, and even free games. You’re getting a lot for only $5 every month.

Top 10 Best Free Play Pass Android Games – June 2022

Below is a quick overview of the top 10 best free Play Pass Android games for 2021. Since these are on Play Pass, there are no in-app purchases or download costs.

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GameDownload CostIn-app cost (per item)
Agent A: A Puzzle In DisguiseFreeX
CrashlandsFreeX
Do Not Feed The MonkeysFreeX
BeholderFreeX
Oh! Edo TownFreeX
Pocket CityFreeX
Football Manager 2021FreeX
Getting Over It With Bennet FoddyFreeX
This War of MineFreeX
ZelleFreeX

Top 10 Best Free Play Pass Games On Android – June 2022

Below is a bit more information on these games including direct links for easy downloading. All download links go to the app’s Google Play Store listing. Users are always recommended to download apps from Google Play or an authorized app store.

 

Agent A: A Puzzle In Disguise

  • Download Cost: Free
  • In-App Cost: No
  • Size: 437MB
  • Google Play Rating: 4.8 stars out of 5

Agent A is a puzzle game with a classic spy feel. It follows the same formula as those “100 Doors” games where you have to tap around the environments to solve puzzles. There are a ton of puzzles to solve as almost every item and room leads to another puzzle.

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As the story goes, you’re in pursuit of a sneaky and very dangerous spy who’s responsible for a lot of trouble. You’ll be tracking her down as you solve puzzles. Just prepare to run into a lot of roadblocks en route to catching her, as this game is pretty tricky.

The overall look and feel are really stylized but all to good effect. All of the characters and environments have a 2D minimalist look to them. Also, the characters are animated and the cutscenes are all fully voiced.

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Crashlands

  • Download Cost: Free
  • In-App Cost: No
  • Size: 124MB
  • Google Play Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5

Crashlands adds a story aspect to the crafting survival game genre. You play as a character whose crew just crash landed on a mysterious planet. A space monster crashed its ship while trying to get the space version of an iPhone charger. On the planet, it’s up to you to find the basic materials and use them to craft tools and other essentials.

There’s a large focus on comedy with this game. The dialogue between the characters is clever and comical. This goes for the situations that they get into and the environments. If you’re looking for a story-driven survival game, then you might want to get Crashlands.

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Do Not Feed The Monkeys

  • Download Cost: Free
  • In-App Cost: No
  • Size: 334MB
  • Google Play Rating: 4 stars out of 5

Do Not Feed The Monkeys has kind of a dark twist, and you find it out just after playing. You play a person who takes a job at what seems like a zoo. In reality, however, instead of watching over animals, you’re watching over human beings in their homes/workplaces. You watch over them and report on what you find.

You have to spy on the people in their habitats and look for certain things that stick out. You’ll then copy them down in your notebook and build a profile of them. At the start of the game, you’ll have four cameras set up, but you add on more as time goes on.

Along with that, you still have to live and manage living in a small apartment. You have to do jobs to earn money, pay rent, buy food, and keep up with your sleep.

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Beholder

  • Download Cost: Free
  • In-App Cost: No
  • Size: 426MB
  • Google Play Rating: 4.3 stars out of 5

Beholder has a pretty creepy premise, and that doesn’t only refer to the characters. The plot of the game is simple: You need to spy on your neighbors to make sure that they’re not doing anything against the laws. Your character has been appointed the landlord of an apartment, and your tenants are the subject.

The interface will remind you of Fallout Shelter. You’ll see several different rooms with people going about their business. You’ll install cameras around the building and keep an eye on people. If you spot a person doing something they’re not supposed to be doing, you’ll report them. There’s a lot of depth to this game, as there’s a lot of story and dialogue.

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Oh! Edo Towns

  • Download Cost: Free
  • In-App Cost: No
  • Size: 66MB
  • Google Play Rating: 4.4 stars out of 5

Oh! Edo Town is developed by Kairosoft which is the same company that brought us the popular game Game Dev Story. In this game, you’re managing and growing a small Japanese domain into a city. It’s a SimCity-style game where you build houses, construct roads, and build up on residents.

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What makes this different from SimCity is the traditional Japanese environment. Japanese culture runs throughout this game from the characters to the buildings. It’s a unique take on the genre, as most town building games have you building metropolitan areas or medieval kingdoms.

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Pocket City

  • Download Cost: Free
  • In-App Cost: No
  • Size: 29.74MB
  • Google Play Rating: 4.4 stars out of 5

Pocket City takes the time-honored city builder genre and adds its own charm to it. If you’re familiar with Sim City, then you should feel right at home with this game. Just like Sim City, you start off with an empty chunk of land, and it’s your job to build a sprawling metropolis from the ground up.

You’ll start by placing your town hall and radiate outward with buildings and roads. You’ll need to place houses, utility buildings, and other essential places to help your city grow. As more people inhabit your city, you’ll earn more money. You can then pump that money back into the city to help grow it.

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Football Manager 2021

  • Download Cost: Free
  • In-App Cost: No
  • Size: 1.24GB
  • Google Play Rating: 4.2 stars out of 5

If you’ve ever wanted to own and manage your own soccer team, now’s your chance. Football Manager 2021 lets you coach your own soccer team and manage all of the behind-the-scenes action. First, you choose your team and which league you want to be in. After that, you’re thrown right into the action.

This isn’t a game like FIFA where you play soccer matches. You control everything that happens between the matches. However, you can watch sped-up versions of the matches to see how they all pan out. Since this is on Play Pass, all of the in-app purchases are purchased for you.

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Getting Over It With Bennett Foddy

  • Download Cost: Free
  • In-App Cost: No
  • Size: 148MB
  • Google Play Rating: 4.1 stars out of 5

Most people should be familiar with the PC game all about a man in a pot climbing a mountain with a sledgehammer. It’s a really popular game, so it was a matter of time before it made its way to mobile devices. Looking at the gameplay, it seems perfect for touchscreen gameplay.

The gameplay is pretty straightforward. Your character is the man in the pot, and you need to rotate the sledgehammer to climb up the mountain. You’ll constantly rotate the hammer to latch onto a ledge or propel yourself forward. It’s a frustrating yet fun game.

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This War Of Mine

  • Download Cost: Free
  • In-App Cost: No
  • Size: 549MB
  • Google Play Rating: 4.2 stars out of 5

This War of Mine was released back in November of 2014 to a slew of positive reviews and reactions. It stood out for its dark and all-too-realistic tone. You start playing as a character who needs to take refuge in an abandoned house during a war.

The name of the game is survival. You need to live out each day in the abandoned house. This involves scavenging through the wreckage, crafting tools, and keeping up the characters’ stats and needs. You have to keep them fed, well-rested and in good spirits.

At night, you can go out to other locations and scavenge for supplies and food. It’s necessary to do so, as you’ll need supplies to craft essential tools and furniture. Leaving the house puts it at risk, so you’ll have to be careful when scavenging.

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Zelle

  • Download Cost: Free
  • In-App Cost: No
  • Size: 158MB
  • Google Play Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5

Zelle goes really heavy on the creep factor. Definitely the creepiest app on this list, it follows the story of a young kid who finds himself in a strange castle. While you’ve been instructed to stay in your room, your room door unlocks for some reason. As you venture through the castle, you meet a bunch of different beings (for better or worse).

The hallmark feature of this game is just its scary and twisted nature. Everything about it from the music to the characters to the overall aesthetic is like something out of a horror movie. You’ll encounter a lot of blood, gore, and twisted demonic beings while playing this game.

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