Android gaming has emerged as a favorite pasttime in the last few years, not only for the youth but also people belonging to some of the older age groups. The days when we had little choice as far as gaming was concerned are now past us, and we have entered a decade where we literally have access to millions of games, each one offering a unique experience.
Whatever kind of game we prefer it is easy to be able to set up a game against a real life opponent somewhere in the world. What is more, many of the games you can play on Android devices can be played for real money at sites such as http://www.jackpotcity.co.uk. Although there are dozens of simply superb games on the Android platform, we will talk about the top 3 engaging yet least talked about games that have caught my attention. Here they go:
1. Archer World Cup 2
Only some time back there used to be a real dearth of quality games related to shooting, archery and the likes. But ever since Archer World Cup 2 has been released, this void has been adequately filled up, so much so that it has now become one of my all time favorite games and one that I am literally hooked on to. While there are a lot of reasons to back up my zeal for this game, the best part about it is the realistic graphics that make you feel as if you have a real bow and arrow in your hands. Being a bit tough for beginners but quite engaging and immersing at the same time, it is one game that you can spend hours on without ever wanting to close it. Another great thing about it is the World Cup option where you compete aganst hundreds of online users, each of whom is vying for medals.
2. Crazy Grandpa
This one has literally erupted from being one of the most under-rated games on the Android platform to becoming the most popular game - all in a matter of just a few days. The concept of the game is pretty simple, you play a Granpda who takes to skating and it is your job to ensure the old man overcomes all obstacles while he's having the time of his life on the streets. The USP of this game is the splendid graphics which include superbly designed obstacles and buildings on the sides of the road. There are also loads of equipments and scenes that can be unlocked as you storm into the higher levels. Although the learning curve can be a bit steep initially, once you get a hang of it, it becomes one of the most enjoyable games that you would have ever played.
3. Amazing Alex
Before I get into the specifics of the game, there's one thing that I'd like you to know - Amazing Alex has been designed by the makers of Angry Birds (Rovio) which means you can literally take it for granted that there's loads of fun to be had while playing this highly entertaining game. If you enjoyed Angry Birds (who didn't) and want to play another physics puzzler, then this could just be the perfect game for you. You basically play the role of Alex, a whiz kid who creates amazing chain reactions to get a variety of taks done, right from fighting cardboard robots to other menial tasks, all with the help of Rube Goldberg machines and your aim is to help him overcome the challenges by coming up with creative solutions. So what are you watiing for, gear up for the challenge and discover a whole new world out there