Top 10 Android Games of the Week – March 26, 2012
Once again we’re back with the list of this weeks hottest new games, and as you might of guess our old feathered friends make an appearance. Games on this weeks list let you build, destroy, simulate, fight, and fling birds. Without further ado, we proudly present Android-Games.com’s Top 10 Android Games of the Week for March 25, 2012.
Angry Birds Space arrived this week, and it was well worth the wait. Rovio’s latest rendition of the bird flinging game brings 60 brand new levels to the table along with the forces of gravity. The game looks awesome and it’s a refreshing change from the Angry Bird of old. There are 3 different versions of Angry Birds Space available with the free ad-supported version, the HD version for 2.99, and the Premium version for $0.99 cents.
If you love Soccer and Simulation games, you’re really going to love New Star Soccer from New Star Games Ltd. This Soccer sim lets’ you manage your player as you try to make your way to the top and improve your skillset. There are over 80 leagues to play in and you’ll actually get to “play” as the game is kind of a mix of turn-based gamplay and simulations. Awesome game and it’ll only set you back $2.99 on Google Play.
3. Defender 2
Droidhen dropped a sequel to its popular game Defender a few days back and it’s just as fun as the first. Defender 2 adds a new battle mode, towers, and crossbows along with many other new features to the game. The gameplay stays the same, but the new additions add definitely make Defender 2 a game to check out. You can pick up Defender 2 for free on Google Play.
Game maker MiniClip dropped a new Android game this week in the form of Pictorial. This new puzzler tests and develops your special reasoning skills with a series of sharp looking puzzles set across the night sky. You’ll have to try and turn constellations into objects by adjusting the stars until they align. It’s a great casual puzzler that gives you 60 levels for free and additional 100 levels in the paid $0.99 cent version. Both version of Pictorial can be found on Google Play.
5. Coral City
There are scores of building games in the market, but I still try and take notice when one brings something new to the table like Coral City from Lonely Sock. Coral City lets you build, but you’ll do it all underwater as you take on quests and build the town of your dreams. You can pick up Lonely Sock’s (great name) Coral City for free on Google Play.
The King of Fighters Android brings the KOF world to your mobile device along with 20 classic characters and 5 modes of play. I was only able to give this one a brief play on a friend’s device, but it looked and ran great. Not many devices are listed as supported so you’ll want to keep that in mind if you’re thinking about picking this up. You can grab G-Gee’s The King of Fighters for $4.99 on Google Play.
7. Patient Zero
Patient Zero is a new Virus simulation game from EgonDev that lets you try to infect the entire world. You basically start a virus and “pass” it too people you come in proximity with using the GPS and live map view to track your infection. It’s still in Beta, but looks to be a very cool game. You can check out Patient Zero Beta for free on Google Play.
Spark Plug Games released a cool new match-3/time management game this past week called Witch’s Workshop. The game lets you match items, handle customers and even buy pets. I’m not a huge fan of match-3 style games, but I did enjoy this one. You can pick up Witch’s Workshop for free on Google Play.
9. Forest fair
Forest Fair is our second building game on the list and this one’s set in a forest with a bunch of woodland critters. You’ll chop trees, decorate your village and build over 50 different types of structures in the game; it also has a strong social element and is hooked into the Papaya gaming network. If you want to build the ultimate forest village you can get Forest Fair for free on Google Play.
10. Gravity Project
This one came out around the first of the month, and while it somehow slipped under our radar’s we’re glad we found it. Gravity Project is a very cool running game from Alper Sarikaya that puts your reflexes to the test. You’ll run through some of the coolest 3D levels you’re likely to see, and even though the game is a bit short it’s highly addictive. As slick as the game is, there are some areas that need improvement but it’s still a blast to play. You can pick up the Gravity Project for free on Google Play.