Top 10 Android Games of 2018 So Far
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Top 10 Android Games of 2018 So Far

September 11, 2019

With the dawn of the mobile gaming age, 2018
is looking like another good year for Android. Just halfway through the year and it already
has more than 200 titles to its name. Hi, I’m…for whatoplay and these are the
Top 10 Android Games of 2018 so far, arranged by PlayScore. The playscore is an average of gamer and critic
ratings. And with that, we’re starting our list with
What a mouthful of a title that is! Square Enix brings all your best-loved legendary
FINAL FANTASY heroes and villains together in this turn-based combat. The twist in Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera
Omnia is that there is this unique Bravery System that will challenge you to balance
the offensive and defensive moves as you build up your Bravery until the perfect moment to
strike comes! Bring your best bud along so you can bring
down enemies and collect loot together. It has a Playscore of 8.2 9. Disney Heroes: Battle Mode
A wicked virus is spreading through the digital city turning your favorite Disney characters
against their own friends and family! It’s up to you now to put them together
in teams and equip them with powerful gear to help them in the battle against all odds
to save their fellow heroes. You’ll be face to face against other heroes. If you win against them, you’ll be rewarded
with loot that you can use to further strengthen your team. What’s amazing about Disney Heroes is that
there is no paywall. There’s always something to do in this RPG
that has a Playscore of 8.22 8. FINAL FANTASY XV POCKET EDITION
Yet another Final Fantasy game on our list! As the name suggests, this is a downsized,
cutie-fied, smartphone tailored version of Final Fantasy XV. They cut up the 100-hour RPG down to 10 easy
to digest chapters. You can play Chapter 1 for free. It’s up to you if you wanna continue. If you do, then you have to pay for the rest
of the episodes. If you’re a fan of the full game and are
hesitant to try this one, don’t be. This bite-sized version is tasty and has a
Playscore of 8.27 7. Caravan War: Heroes and Tower Defense
If you want to conquer the world, there’s one vital thing you must do: trade. In order to do that, you’ll need…. You guessed it, a caravan. Unfortunately, the world is a treacherous
and sometimes, bad guys just wanna ruin your day by ambushing your caravan. This is where the tower defense part comes
in. Build different types of towers to help you
caravans pass through safely. Caravan War Heroes and Tower Defense has a
Playscore of 8.35 6. PUBG Mobile
Battle Royales are everywhere this year, and well, this one is one of the best — if not
the best of the best. We’ll see. You have to keep watching to know. The mobile version of PlayerUnknown’s BattleGrounds
is so awesome, some say it runs better than that of the XBox version. If your android device meets the requirements
of PUBG Mobile, then you can play confidently in the 8×8 island filled with 100 players
ready to kill each other and do whatever it takes to survive and become the last man standing. It has a Playscore of 8.42 5. DRAGON BALL LEGENDS
BANDAI NAMCO entertainment brings us DRAGON BALL LEGENDS, a card action battle game inspired
by everyone’s childhood favorite, the Dragon Ball series. In this, you play as an all new character
in an all new story that features Goku and all your favorite DB characters! You can also geek it out with other players
in real-time worldwide versus battles. Anime fans, stop hesitatin’ and start playin’. Dragon Ball Legends has a Playscore of 8.43 If you want to see the FULL LIST of the best
android games of 2018 go to List android 2018 4. Might & Magic: Elemental Guardians
Next on our list is a fast-paced strategy RPG that’s set in the medieval fantasy realm
of Might and Magic. Here, you can customize your hero, level him
or her up, choose a house of magic may it be Materia, Chimera, or Anima, and lastly,
use the awesome mystical powers of your House to win against all in the arena. Of course, it’s not right to do all these
alone. Collect fantastic beasts that you can keep
as your companion and watch them grow from cute, to legen–wait for it–dary levels. That meme is so dead, I’m sorry. Might & Magic: Elemental Guardians has a Playscore
of 8.43 3. Major Mayhem 2
Fast-paced action fun involving guns, grenades, bazookas, and more? Sign me the heck up! This sequel improves on the original by having
sniper rifles with scopes that actually work so you can hit targets from far away. There’s also an all new offline mode so
you can enjoy the major awesomeness in its full extent. There’s lots to enjoy here, like the aforementioned
weapons to complement your play style as you go on to your adventures around the world,
and even, the moon! Major Mayhem 2 is still being actively developed
even until now, so expect more awesomeness to come in the future. For now, it has a Playscore 8.47 2. Sdorica -sunset-
This one is quite… interesting. It mixes different ideas — it has rpg elements,
and puzzles, a bit of violence, and gorgeous anime art style. The end result is pretty amazing. It’s is a match-stuff RPG. Your character’s moves are dependent to
what color the crystals you match are. If you think it’s all about luck, think
again. There’s a fair bit of strategy required
in it. Sdorica -sunset- is free to play and has a
Playscore 8.52 Here are the Runners Up: 15. Pokemon Quest
Welp. All your favorite pocket sized monsters have
turned into cubes. Wat. This Pokemon spin off is cute and all, but
it does require a lot of patience. It has a Playscore of 7.69 14. The X-Files: Deep State
Do you have what it takes to seek out the truth? The workday of an FBI agent, at least according
to The X-Files: Deep State, is pretty tedious. For that, it receives a Playscore of 7.73 13. ChronoBlade
This is a side-scrolling rpg that features a lot of explosions! ChronoBlade doesn’t really bring anything
new to the table, unfortunately, and for that, it has a Playscore of 7.73 12. Brew Town
Build yourself your very own brewery in order to craft your very own, perfect beer. The world just got a little bit tastier, and
it has a Playscore of 7.89 11. The Sims Mobile
Wherever you may be, even if you’re away from your PC, you can play as the all knowing
god of your Sims because now, the Sims has a mobile version! It currently has a Playscore of 8.02 The best Android Game of 2018 so far is Shadowgun
Legends Does this game need any introduction? Shadowgun Legends has been featured on our
lists ever since it came out in March. That’s because, it’s extremely fun to
play. It’s a free to play RPG where you take on
the role of a Shadowgun. A legendary warrior tasked to save humanity
from the invading aliens. Are you up for the task of saving the world? Shadowgun Legends has a Playscore of 8.65 And those were the Top 10 Android games of
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  1. Sdorica is so damn well made. Super impressed with the art style & presentation. The story is very cute too. This is the first mobile game I'm really getting into. Hope to find other quality ones after I finish Sdorica.

  2. You motherfuckers have three different videos with most of the games repeated in all the three of the videos bring something new. Disliking and reporting for the time wasted.

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