Now-a-days Android & Tablets are earned its popularity. As a result the apps for this platform has rocketed. And that means more free Android games.
There's a lot of junk out there but, fortunately, there are gems among the junk.
All this games are complete HD & top selling Android Games of the year (still now).
Top 10 HD Android Games Review & Download Links :
1. Need for Speed Most Wanted (Developer: EA Swiss Sarl)
You generally don't expect great graphics from mobile games, but NFS Most Wanted certainly delivers, bringing almost current-gen console graphics to portable devices. There's car damage, online play, police chases, customizable cars, a huge amount of storage needed. It also starts warming your device up a bit, but that depends on what device you have. It's fast, it's furious, it's not Fast and Furious, it's Need For Speed, and it may be its best entry on the market right now.
The seventh in Gameloft's series of Need For Speed inspired racing games, Asphalt 7 seems to have nailed it more than the others because of the fast and enjoyable driving style, giving you more to satisfy your need for speed even than the eponymous titles. It doesn't look as great as the game lower on the list, nor does it have as much depth to it, but it's an enjoyable game that you can buy for 7 times cheaper. You take what you can get.
Due to all the accelerometers and sensors that every company likes to put in their gadget nowadays, there's been a new market for racing games. You can easily use a tablet as some sort of makeshift wheel to control your car, and even if you don't have pedals or a stick-shift, you can still make do in a racing game. Note that there's a lot of games on the Android and this list is nowhere near exhaustive. With this disclaimer, here goes:
5. Grand Prix Story (Developer: Kairosoft Co., Ltd)
Alright, it's not really a racing game, it's a racing team management game, but I couldn't help but put it in the list because of the well drawn cartoony graphics, in-depth gameplay and huge charm. It counts, dammit. There's a lot to the game too - although you don't control the races themselves, basically just being a "set your baby in the wild" scenario where your driver and your car do what they can to win you some money, you will still hold on to every pixel your driver gains against and your opponents. You'll want to succeed, you'll want to upgrade and participate again and again.
I'm still in awe of the fact that these guys can actually put out a game almost every month. Granted most of Kairosoft's games are basically re-skins with different stuff in them, but having such a small turnover on development is certainly impressive. ( Price: $5 | Download link : https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ddock_en&hl=en)
4. Asphalt 8: Airborne
NEW EXOTIC LOCATIONS: Race in 9 different settings, such as Venice, French Guiana, Iceland, the Nevada Desert and other exciting locations! All tracks available in original and mirror variations in Career mode Discover plenty of hidden shortcuts.
NEW FEATURES FOR SPEED FREAKS: 8 seasons & 180 events in the Career mode Stunning visuals thanks to next-gen shaders, real-time geometry reflection & other amazing effects for a new simulation of speed! A detailed damage system like nothing you’ve seen before.
3. Snuggle Truck
Snuggle Truck is a superb physics based racing game that is beautiful to play and literally packed with bonus features. The aim of Snuggle Truck is to smuggle cute animals into a zoo as fast as you possibly can in your truck. There is traverse challenging terrain and make sure the animals don’t fall out! Brilliant graphics, fun sound and challenging gameplay compliment an original twist on the physics-based arcade-racing genre. Price: Free, $1.99
Again not really a traditional racing game, Earn to Die is what I think is the essential portable game - it can be played in bite-sized brain chunks, it has a persistent upgrade system, it's satisfying, it has zombies, and you can turn a small banger into a zombie killing machine. It's fun, it's got explosions and monster trucks, it's got a ton of upgrades, 8 kinds of vehicles, ragdoll zombie physics... what more can you ask for? And for less than the price of a coffee, it's great value as well. Get it.
1. Mini Motor Racing (Developer: The Binary Mill)
This game is something else. It evokes feelings of Ignition and Death Rally in my brain, which makes me giddy. It looks great and inviting, there's fully upgradeable cars (even a School Bus!), a career mode, multiplayer and of course, nitro boosts. It's fun, it's frantic, it's quite great. It's even got Editor's Choice from Google, that's gotta mean something. (download link : https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ality.minimoto)
Real Racing 3 sees you getting behind the wheel of one of 30 officially licensed cars on over 15 different tracks with 40 miles of highly detailed race tracks, speedways and city circuits, in day time, night-time or at twilight. The career mode sees you go from a rookie to a pro in 10 hours of touted gameplay time, while quick race and time trial modes see you battle it out either against 15 skilled computer components or against time. The graphics of the game are really sharp thanks to the Mint3D engine, with complement the fun circuit racing even further.
In Shine Runner, you take your fanboat and race it out in the water against other fanboats. The game features fully destructive environments that you can crash through, with a variety of obstacles that you can break apart. A 10-day race mode sees you racing and collecting items that you can sell to the highest bidder. Cause too much destruction and the cops will come after you, making it challenging and even more fun to play.