The 5 Most Addictive Android Games

If you’re a notorious procrastinator or an infamous couch potato, hit back immediately—this article won’t be doing you any favors. If you have a guilty pleasure for hopelessly addictive smartphone games, read on my friend—we’re not telling anyone.
Kick your feet up, take a long lunch, and set your phone to silent; it’s time to check out the five most addictive Android games.

The 5 Most Addictive Android Games

#1 – Candy Crush Soda Saga


The 5 Most Addictive Android Games
This game changed the face of mobile gaming when it made the leap from a Facebook time-killer to mobile gaming addiction. There hasn’t been a game yet to top the wild success of King’s Candy Crush, until now.
Following on the tails of the original’s success, Candy Crush Soda Saga has the same basic gameplay of the prior version, with new sweets and treats. The game starts off with purple soda bottles, and builds from there into gummy bears, frosting, and more. The sticky sweet gameplay is full of the same great spell-binding combinations, and the almighty candy hammer to bust out pesky un-matchables.

#2 – Ridiculous Fishing


The 5 Most Addictive Android Games

If you’ve never played this game, prepare yourself—it truly is ridiculous. You star as Billy the fisherman, on a boat, ready to cast your line. It’s all pretty standard procedure, until you hook your first fish. Once you get one, your line automatically begins to reel in, and the fish is flung out of the water. Naturally, your task it to shoot the holy hell out of it before it can fall back into the water to safety. Naturally.
As you light up the sky and your fish, guts and money rain down on you. Bigger, rarer fish mean bigger bucks, which you can use to buy Billy new hats (which has no effect on gameplay whatsoever). You can get a drill to put on your line to blast through obstacles to go deeper and get to the better fish, and just generally have a ridiculous time as you blast fish apart for profits.

#3 – Clash of Clans


The 5 Most Addictive Android Games

Build your own empire, and then quickly destroy someone else’s in this freemium battle strategy game. Clash of Clans has a massive world for gameplay, allowing you to build an entire village, complete with a town hall and an army camp. The game requires plenty of thought and strategizing, so it’s great for people looking for something more out of mobile gaming.
As you engage in new battles, you have to continue to build on your battle strategy to overcome new challenges and weaponry. Clash of Clans is definitely addictive, but it’s also a game that requires some brain power to get through.

#4 – Crossy Road


The 5 Most Addictive Android Games

Remember Frogger? Well, Crossy Road has much the same gameplay. This game takes on the question of why the chicken crossed the road. The answer?  Because it’s just so much fun dodging cars and trains. In this adorably cubic game, users think on their feet to get their character safely across an endless stream of traffic.
You can purchase different characters for a little extra cash, and even record a segment of your gameplay to share with friends. The game is simple, no doubt, but highly addictive, and easy to hop in and out of while you’re procrastinating at work.

#5 – Fruit Ninja


The 5 Most Addictive Android Games

What’s more fun than slashing away at a bunch of fruit getting thrown at you?  In this simple game, ninjas face off with their sworn enemies: vitamin rich produce. Using your finger, you swipe and slash at fruit, earning combos and extra points for getting more than one in a swipe. The controls are amazingly accurate, and for 99 cents, it’s worth every penny of time-killing pleasure.
Some of the most basic games have a way of being the most impossible to put down. If some of these seem almost childish to you, lighten up and try them anyway. With crystal clear graphics, incredibly precise gameplay, and fluid movement, Android brings addictive gaming to a whole new level.
Quick Tip:  To protect your device and your personal information while downloading these games and even while playing them (especially if you are using public Wi-Fi), then download a VPN to your phone first. VPNs (Virtual Private Networks) encrypt your connection, thereby keeping you safe from malware, hackers, and other public or unsecured Wi-Fi dangers. This way you can enjoy your gaming with real peace of mind.

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