Top 10 Best Anime Android Games
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Top 10 Best Anime Android Games

September 10, 2019

10. Opening our list of the best FREE Android
Anime Games is Astro Boy Dash Considered as the first popular anime, there’s
no better way to start off this list than with the beloved robot. Starting off as a Manga from Osamu Tezuka,
the afternoon cartoon is now at the tip of our fingers–in the form of an adorable, and
surprisingly complex endless runner. Released in celebration of its 50th anniversary,
the Animoca production is a fitting tribute, packed with Tezuka’s familiar characters. In this new adventure, it seems our little
Atom has grown bored of the Professor’s lectures. Help him run away from his daily routine,
and find excitement in the perilous streets. Astro Boy Dash plays a lot like traditional
runners, but instead of just taps and swipes, you’ll have to tilt your device to avoid obstacles
and collect coins and powerups. While it adds a new layer of complexity, it
has been criticized for its rather unintuitive controls. Despite that, the game definitely succeeds
in terms of visuals–managing to capture the colorful atmosphere of the original anime. It’s not the Astro Boy we loved, but it’s
a good enough runner. It has a PlayScore of 7.16. 9. DRAGON BALL Z DOKKAN BATTLE No anime list would be complete without an
appearance from Dragonball’s super fighters. A Bandai Namco creation, Dokkan Battle is
a little different from their usual fighting games. While there’s still some saiyan versus saiyan
action to be had, it’s actually a puzzle adventure game, letting you play around in a universe
distorted by time. Accompanying you in this quest is, of course,
the iconic characters of the series. Similar to Japan’s popular Puzzle & Dragons
game, Dokkan battle is a mix of RPG, puzzles, and boardgames. Form the ultimate team of Dragonball superstars,
navigate through hundreds of levels, and get a chance to defeat the most terrifying villains
from the anime. The fights are just as frenetic as the series,
with lightning fast action and smooth animations. Strengthen your chosen allies, and fight your
way to the top of the leaderboards. With hundreds of characters and set in their
memorable arenas, Dokkan Battle provides fans of the anime with a worthy nostalgic trip. It has a PlayScore of 7.31. 8. Phantom Of The Kill Most Android games have adapted to the Anime
Genre, and from the looks of it, they managed to capture some of its essence. The folks at fuji&gumi games give you an adventure
that captures the magic from the Fire Emblem series and added it with their own mobile
flavor. Though it’s not really anime, it’s filled
with the cliches of Japanese animation culture. The developers created an anime called Zero’s
Rebellion and fans of the game are itching for a full-length series! Its story revolves around Levaeatein and her
quest to regain her memories. Gameplay is inspired by Square Enix’s critically
acclaimed Fire Emblem series. Players are placed in a grid-based arena surrounded
by enemies. Choose from its 50 unit types, six main weapons,
and form a perfect party. Lead them to victory and watch the story unfold
before your eyes. It has a PlayScore of 7.73 7. Pokemon GO After Niantic’s success with their very
own AR game called Ingress, it’s Augmented Reality systems have evolved seamlessly over
the years. Now with The Pokemon Company’s support,
together they made a mobile game that captured decades of childhood fantasies coming to life. Pokemon GO is the next step for AR, it wasn’t
perfect, yes, but it gained a massive following after its launch. Causing regular people to step out of their
homes and catch these adorable Pokemon with phone in hand. Join a Guild, go on a Gym Battle, collect
Legendaries or simply walk around and wait for your egg to hatch. There’s so many things to do this little
game. Server issues aside, Niantic isn’t stopping
with their continuous updates and enhancements. Just recently, they added a new Raid feature
for players who want to catch that Legendary Pokemon strolling in the middle of the road. Just make sure you’re careful! This game has a PlayScore of 7.80 6. Chrono Strike Anyone who played One Finger Death Punch will
probably recognize the gameplay in this arcade fighting game. Heavily inspired by the compelling OFDP’s
compelling battles, Chrono Strike ups the ante with its sci-fi setting and lush 3D visuals. Put yourself in the shoes of a cybernetic
heroine and use your powerful punches to defeat a swarm of robotic menaces. Choose from five different characters, and
navigate over 100 unique levels. A brawler with a dash of survival, your chosen
character will usually stay in the center of your screen. Punch every enemy that gets close, or be punished
by crippling vulnerabilities. While it does get harder in higher levels,
the game does take a while to get going, giving you quite a number of unnecessary introduction
levels. Master the strengths of your hero, and equip
them with an array of exciting upgrades. While not necessarily an anime, Chrono Strike
has plenty of striking visual animations that capture the essence of the artstyle. Sure, it’s not as energetic as their inspiration,
but it makes for a decent substitute. It has a PlayScore of 7.83. 5. BLEACH Brave Souls Tite Kubo’s feisty redhead relives his Soul
Reaping adventures in KLab’s fast-paced action RPG. Remaining true to his anime roots, the game
takes on the joys of the hack and slash genre that’s beautifully portrayed with their signature
eye-popping visuals. And while it adheres to the free to play model,
Brave Souls seems to veered from its annoying cliches by giving players almost a full experience
of the game. With little to no paywalls to encounter, this
Bleach adaptation already scored a huge win on the mobile masses. Step inside their humble world and explore
a wealth of choices for single and multiplayer game modes. Witness Rukia and Ichigo’s first meeting in
story mode, complete quests with four other friends, or battle against players from around
the world. With new sidequests made especially for the
game, it’s a whole universe of Bleach-centric content that will make any fan squeal with
glee. It has a PlayScore of 8.03. 4. NARUTO SHIPPUDEN – Ultimate Ninja Blazing The anime may have been over, but the ninja
adventures never stop. Your favorite Shinobis are making their mobile
debut in an all new Shinobi Formation System gameplay. Control over 100 characters you’ve known
and loved from the past Naruto titles and dive into the Anime’s original story. Use each character’s powerful jutsus and witness
the world of Ninja’s come to life on your mobile devices. Form your party of hard-trained Ninjas and
unleash a combination of close-ranged attacks mixed with the game’s Ninja Field Skills. Its multiplayer lets you battle ninjas from
around the world or join quests with 3 of your other ninja friends. For added replay value, players can step into
its monthly events for more jutsu-bending fun. It has a PlayScore of 8.08 3. ONE PIECE TREASURE CRUISE The voyage to the seas is nothing without
the power of friendship. Form your hearty crew of landlubbers and sail
to the vast waters in Bandai Namco’s Mobile One Piece game. Meet your favorite characters from Eiichiro
Oda’s masterpiece and relive your favorite moments from the popular Manga and Anime. The game is packed with over 1,000 characters
from the source material, each with their own unique playstyles and skills. Explore an unpredictable world and diverse
world of One Piece to explore. The game’s combat relies on intense finger
tapping action. With just the use of one finger, unleash powerful
combos to take down rogue pirates. Team up with the crew to initiate an insane
damage-dealing tandem. Witness the almighty powers of the Devil Fruit
because this is one of the finest One Piece games on the Mobile. It has a PlayScore of 8.27 2. SWORD ART ONLINE: Memory Defrag Published by Bandai Namco, Sword Art Online
fearlessly takes on another digital battlefield, taking us into their iconic tale of cyber
imprisonment. This popular anime and manga hit makes its
way to mobile in certified style. It rides on the trend of character-collecting
games–and while it’s not original, it definitely knows its audience. Strap on your belts, and trap yourselves in
its colorful cyber worlds–with new scenes, and new ways to play. Get along with your favorite characters, Kirito,
Asuna, Leafa, and Sinon, as they take on a brand new adventure. Relive iconic moments, and relish new scenes
made directly for the game. Raise your swords, and ready your spells as
you faceoff with the Anime’s towering archnemeses. With their well-implemented RPG system, you’ll
grow along with your favorites, strengthening them with new upgrades and skills to survive
the monsters that lie in wait. This sidescrolling adventure packs a fair
amount of cooperative fun, perfect for long raids with your friends. With so much content, packed into a bite-sized
diversion, it’s one digital world you won’t bother escaping. It has a PlayScore of 8.36
1. And the best Anime Game on the Android so
far is Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links Step into the most awaited return of the beloved
manga and anime. Digitized and ported to the mobile world,
get ready to duel! Play as and against your favorite characters
from the hit anime, from Yugi, Kaiba, Joey Mai and more–and use their trademark legendaries
to level the playing field. With their original voice actors, this game
takes you right back to where it all began. With an optimized multiplayer, it’s the perfect
channel for your dormant card-duelling skills. But you can’t win tournaments with just any
cards. Use their generous starter rewards, and take
your chances amongst a collection of cool decks. Purchase a few packs, build yourself the ultimate
deck, and fight against iconic characters, your very own friends, and strangers from
all around the globe. It’s easy user interface, spectacular visuals,
and friendly gameplay, makes it an awesome game for both the trading card veterans, and
clueless first timers. Submit yourself to nostalgia, and begin your
journey to the top. It has a PlayScore of 8.85.

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  1. I like controlling my characters. The only game I played on this list was Bleach Brave Souls. I had like 5 different accounts but an update happened and they banned almost all of them. That's when i said fuck this game and quit.

  2. HAAAAA?!!! WHERE IS Fate/Grand Order?!

    Gameplay, story, characters, graphic are all amazing… It has even an EU server now…

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  4. Thanks for the list, was exactly what I was looking for. And say what you will about the anime, but god damn is SAO:MD an amazingly crafted game. I would have put it at #1, the gameplay is just so tight and frosty. But Yugioh easily wins in nostalgia alone.

  5. this new game is so addictive you should download it now the link is given below

  6. What about digimon or hxh or my hero academia but you need to download this on qoo app except for digimon but there are Japanese version except digimon haha you can find many anime games in qoo app and you can find the Japanese ver. Of the other animes game

    Also I play Naruto, optc, bleach and I am good of them

  7. No offense, but I legitimately cringed when I heard you say "Square Enix's critically acclaimed series 'Fire Emblem.'" Research a little more before making these scripts so you don't mess up and get a lot of angry sjws

  8. Is it wierd that i had like 9 of all these games for like less then 1 year and then saw this video and got all of them back. My favorite games especially is bleach brave souls. That was the only game i kept

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