Four best games on Google Play for you – They are all free

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There are so many clones available on Google play as far as your favourite game is concerned and yet, there is only a handful where you would want to spend your buck on. As such, we come to your help and list the top 4 games on Google play which are free and which will be your new best accomplice at all times.

Alto’s Odyssey

Alto’s Crossing is basically a side-scrolling endless runner and the one big exception is that there is snowboarding instead of running. There are plenty of options for you to perform stunts and then to boost your speed. Also, there are dynamic weather and day-night cycles along with perhaps the best soundtracks one can ever come across in a smartphone game.

Remixed Dungeon

This one is a rogue-like dungeon crawler for people who can trap snatches of gaming in between other tasks. Also, one can explore caves and each level is tougher than the previous one. The last level is where you will encounter death and this is inevitable. This one is perhaps the best option for you to catch some game time when on public transport.

Sky Force Reloaded

It is a rather simple game where one can just touch and drag to fly your plane through advancing swathes of enemies. Once encountering them, you can simply blast through them and earn as many points as possible. This is incessant action and your thumb will get a proper workout.

Dink Smallwood HD

This one is a rather odd, but well, once you get used to it, there is no dearth of amazement. It was initially released for PCs back in 1999 and is also a fantasy fiction RPG and features most of the usual elements. However, there is one significant difference is that there is a lot of sarcasm and you will be immersed all the way through.


Check out these games on Google Play store and let us know if you like them.

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