1.Tip-Off Basketball(Android 2.3+)
As the winner of the Opera Top Apps Award 2012 in the Games / Arcade category,Tip-Off Basketball shaves the popular sport down to its very core: shooting baskets. You throw balls by dragging your finger around to adjust the shot trajectory, with extra points for combos and the almighty swish. Network play is locked out until you reach level five in the solo career, at which point you can challenge friends or random strangers to some one-on-one action.Just like what Pixel-freak.com said, "If you miss out on Tip-Off, you missed out on something special."
2.SAS: Zombie Assault 3(Android 2.3.3+)
SAS: Zombie Assault 3 helps you prepare with a top-down dual-stick co-operative survival against the zombie hoardes in any of three different modes (only the first of which is available at the beginning of play).Onslaught is just a matter of survival, Apocalypse keeps the waves coming forever, and Purge gives you the initiative to hunt zombies down instead of waiting for them to come to you. Level up and you can get better weapons and join more skilled players in the quest to extinguish zombies once and for all.
3.Critical Strike Portable(Android 2.0.1+)
If you’ve been playing first-person shooters for a while, though, you’ll want to try Critical Strike Portable — even if just for the nostalgia. It’s a lovingly-created homage to the 3D multiplayer-only PC classic Counter-Strike, with customizable settings, all the typical game modes, dozens of maps by developers and fans, web, PC/Mac, and mobile multiplayer, and impressive touch controls. The 3060 update removed support for custom controls, though, which sucks for gamepad users. Hopefully that’ll come back with the next release.
4.Parallel Kingdom MMO(Android 2.1+)
Similar as Grand Battle,Parallel Kingdom MMO offers you a more old-school MMORPG experience, which throws you into a top-down 2D world with trade hubs, chat rooms, and airships. It’s also incredibly inventive and forward-thinking, with your phone’s location services used to render the action in the real world. You’ll fight epic battles over our world’s largest cities and shape the game world with your actions.
5.Pocket Legends(Android 2.2+)
Pocket Legends was one of the first mobile massively multiplayer online games back in 2011, and it’s still going strong today. Its fantasy setting goes somewhat off the beaten track by including a bear and a hawk among the playable characters and crocodiles, aliens, and zombies among the enemies.The game has you covered whether you’re the player-killing type, a loner, or a co-op addict, with its best quality from my perspective being that it dumbs down the insane interfaces of PC MMOs without overly simplifying the mechanics.
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