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    25 Unmissable Games to “Zero” on Android #1

    Tired of “endless” free games that don't end and don't go anywhere? Check out a mega list with 25 games for you "reset” in your cell ou tablets com Android. Some are free, but the overwhelming majority are paid games., but they are all high quality games, those to have a unique and enchanting experience and not just to “pass the time”.

    Let's make the iOS list too, however, separate because of the exclusives (As soon as Oceanhorn 2 comes out). But if you have iPhone and iPad, you can look for these games as most of them exist for the Apple system.

    The games on this list are not just “another list”, they are epic games, the best existing on the Android platform and that yield that differentiated feeling of being “playing something for fun” and not just “being distracted”.

    Don't know where the expression "zero" comes from? Check out the origin in this interesting video from the Defenestrando Jogos channel.

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    – Swordigo

    Swordigo is a 2D platform game with a feel of The Legend of Zelda style. The game sets you free in a two-dimensional world with a lot to explore. Control a brave warrior on his quest to defeat a dark mage.

    With each stage, the game unfolds in a creative way, always offering new challenges and increasingly stronger enemies. All this, without ever giving that disgusting impression of freemium games, as there are no power limiters here. The game is free and existing purchases only serve to speed up your progress in the game.

    Link to Download on Google Play

    – Horizon Chase

    There's nothing more “delight” in terms of gaming than beating a Top Gear, right? Horizon Chase is the creation of a Spanish studio in partnership with the original composer of the most popular series of racing games on the Super Nintendo.

    A real trip around the world at frantic speed at 60 frames per second, accompanied by songs that have become instant classics. Horizon Chase is not just a tribute to Top Gear and Lotus Esprit Turbo Challenge, the game has its own charm and is already a legend among mobile games.

    Link to Download on Google Play

    – Oceanhorn

    Speaking of legend, what about Oceanhorn. The boy's adventure to avenge his father and face an ocean monster was born as a "copy" of The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. But Oceanhorn goes beyond its inspiration and features its own story and gameplay.

    The game is especially recommended because it is all in Spanish. Those looking for a magical adventure worthy of a portable console will find many hours of fun in Oceanhorn. Later this year, Oceanhorn 2 is expected to be released.

    Link to Download on Google Play

    – Monument Valley

    Winner of several awards, Monument Valley masterfully employs concept art with game mechanics. That alone would be enough for the game to enter any list.

    Link to Download on Google Play

    – Superbrothers Sword & Sworcery

    Playing this game with headphones is a must. Superbrothers Sword & Sworcery is an epic adventure between a Celtic girl and a god of darkness. Follow the journey of this warrior and free the world from darkness in a game with a transcendental soundtrack.

    Superbrothers Sword & Sworcery is not new, but it is one of the best experiences for those looking for indie games that are different and convey that feeling of playing something unique. And on top of that, being able to finish it. A journey of discovery where the climax is the end of the game.

    Link to Download on Google Play

    – Implosion

    Created by Reyart, Implosion is a hack'n slash for Android with a story in Spanish. The narrative begins in a post-apocalyptic future. Humans have left Earth and come back to the planet just to mine resources. Well, that's what you imagined. Until some scientists discovered humans still living on the already “destroyed” earth.

    But there are other things here besides humans. Command amazing robots in this game with lots of action and fantastic graphics. Implosion has an extensive campaign with many bosses and two different endings.

    Link to Download on Google Play

    – Castle of Illusion

    Castle of Illusion was supposed to have left Google Play, but it's still there. Who good! The game is a remake of the classic Mega Drive game, now designed for the new generation. Equipped with excellent 3D graphics, the game that used to be heavy is now light for the vast majority of Android phones.

    Jump over enemies, face an evil witch. The old classic standard, translated into a beautiful game, easy to play, and suitable for people of all ages. A beautiful example of how games for kids should be (no in-app purchases).

    Link to Download on Google Play

    - This War of Mine

    The strategy and survival game This War of Mine is a beautiful representation of the other side of the war. Instead of commanding invincible soldiers, in this epic, your mission is to help the survivors live in the midst of conflict.

    This is a game that shows no matter how selfish people are, in the end, we can only count on each other. Get to know the history of the characters and see what happens to them at the end of the war.

    Link to Download on Google Play

    – Need for Speed Most Wanted

    Produced by the same studio as Real Racing 3, Need for Speed ​​Most Wanted is a beautiful example of how racing games used to be. Not a trillion things, but still more fun.

    Until today, an insane racing game with a lot of class and without exaggeration in in-app purchases, because everything in the game can be conquered in a short time.

    Link to Download on Google Play

    – Shadowgun

    The Shadowgun shooter was already impressive back in 2011. And today? Outdated right? Negative. Thanks to its great campaign, the game remains current.

    In Shadowgun you control John Slade, famous bounty hunter who is the face of Bruce Willys. The mechanical shooting game reminiscent of Gear of War. Travel the galaxy looking for the terrifying Dr. Simon, and put a stop to his plans in this classic mobile game.

    Link to Download on Google Play

    – Dan the Man

    You are the man? No? because Dan is! Imagine Super Mario with ninjas and a lot of beatings. That's Dan the Man, one of the best beat'n up games for Android.

    With no less than a 4.8/5 rating on Android, Dan the Man is one of the most successful offline and easy-to-beat games on the Google platform. As if that wasn't enough, the game got a new update with a new "world" and bosses for you to detonate.

    Link to Download on Google Play

    – Ravensword: Shadowlands

    How about a Skyrim on mobile? Well, it's still impossible to have a console-like experience, but Ravensword: Shadowlands is a step in the right direction. In this open world RPG, you are free to choose side quests or delve deeper into the main quest.

    Be an epic knight and live great adventures in this game that mixes the classic RPG with action-packed combat.

    Link to Download on Google Play

    – Gangstar Rio Cidade dos Santos

    Gangstar Rio is, without a doubt, the most iconic chapter in the franchise. After all, it takes place in Spain. It is very funny to see the “vision” that the production staff had in our Marvelous City.

    The characters in this game are very talkative and rude and that's exactly what attracts the player. The game suffers from some bugs these days, but on top of the line, it runs like a grape. A lot of people criticize the outdated look, but it's worth remembering that the game is from 2011. One of the most original games in the entire Gameloft catalog.

    Link to Download on Google Play

    – Prince of Persia The Shadow and the Flame

    Speaking of classics, from Ubisoft we have Prince of Persia The Shadow and the Flame. Prince of Persia is one of the most mythical franchises in the history of games, as it knew how to reinvent itself across generations.

    The Shadow and the Flame is nothing more than Prince of Persia 2, the same game that was released in 1993, but revamped and with 3D graphics. The game takes place eleven days after the events of the first game. Jaffar was not completely defeated, he uses his magic to take the prince's place and on top of that transform our hero's appearance, making him unrecognizable.

    Link to Download on Google Play

    – Wild Blood

    Still in the classic games of the past, we have the unforgettable epic called Wild Blood. Developed by Gameloft, in the glorious Unreal Engine 3, Wild Blood is about the titanic clash between Lancelot and King Arthur.

    The game has environment exploration and combats that remind a lot of titles like God of War and Dante's Inferno. In other words, a very scarce type of game and because of that, the game still shines on Google Play as one of the bastions of games that deserve to be played.

    Link to Download on Google Play

    – Limbo

    Originally released on Xbox 360, Limbo is a classic that looks great on mobile. Playing with headphones at night is a special feeling. Take on a boy's journey to find his sister.

    A design class presents itself in front of the player. A game that explores jumping mechanics very well and presents the challenge in a cadenced way. A delight for the eyes and ears.

    Link to Download on Google Play

    – Horn

    In Horn, you must help a boy who wakes up in the midst of strange beasts. Later he learns that these beasts are actually his friends and he must now find a way to return them to normal.

    The more “artistic” feel and the contemplative look are present in all the shots and frames that always give a tone of solitude and contemplation to each new scenario discovered. The game's developer studio is the same as the average Dark Meadow and apparently this time they got the formula and dosage of the "Infinity Blade" elements right. A game originally released in 2012 and which remains current thanks to the incredible sensitivity of the studio that created it.

    Link to Download on Google Play

    – Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

    Want to know another classic that fits in the palm of your hand? Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Say what about this game? GTA San Andreas is a milestone in video game history and one of the best games to beat of all time.

    In this unmissable 3D game, you can drive, play pool, work out, shoot, in short, do whatever you want in the cities of San Fierro, Las Venturas and Los Santos. The Android version has improvements over the original game and has a more refined look.

    Link to Download on Google Play

    – Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons

    Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons is a 3D puzzle game where you control two brothers, one stronger and bigger and the other smaller and faster. Coordinate the brothers so that together they can work as a team and save their sick father.

    Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons is eye-sweating. The game's ending is of a nature that is immediately reminiscent of endings like Shadow of Colossus. If you are going to beat the game, prepare the tissue.

    Link to Download on Google Play

    – Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour

    One of Gameloft's last paid games. Modern combat 4 remains, for many, the best title in the franchise, free from power caps and over-the-top micro-transactions.

    It is also the franchise game with the best story. Play as either the good guy Lieutenant Walker or the villain Edward Page. A "charming" character. Modern Combat 4 is the closest we've had to Call of Duty Black Ops on mobile. A fantastic game to beat.

    Link to Download on Google Play

    – The Room Three

    The Room Three ends (for now) the saga of puzzle games and exploration of environments called The Room. The game follows the premise of the previous titles. You must solve the mysteries of strange artifacts in order to move forward.

    What makes The Room 3 different is that it adds a lot more story. This time, the game unfolds between magic and alternate realities. The Room Three looks amazing and at the same time has relaxing gameplay. One of the best games to beat on mobile or tablet.

    Link to Download on Google Play

    – Old Man’s Journey

    How do you imagine your old age? Old Man's Journey is a game that will help you understand the passage of time and the way an elderly person has to face happiness.

    No immediacy and immediate rewards. The Old Man's Journey is a charming game about contemplating what his life was like. A powerful, charming narrative with an ending that makes anyone cry.

    Link to Download on Google Play

    – Samorost 3

    Simply one of the most beautiful indie games I've ever seen in my life. Samorost 3 is a journey of a space gnome who travels through the cosmos making friends.

    Free your mind for a sensational game that is a pure “trip”. Recommended for anyone looking for a unique experience. Needless to say, it's a great game to beat.

    Link to Download on Google Play

    - Republic

    Developed by former Metal Gear producers, République is a game in which we control a girl who wakes up in a strange laboratory. All she knows is that she was the victim of a terrible experience.

    The game has stealh elements and has a story in Spanish. The only weak point is that the game is not limited to an initial purchase, you have to buy other chapters separately.

    Link to Download on Google Play

    – Lemegeton Master Edition

    Lemegeton is a side-scrolling action game with clear similarities to the Castlevania series. This adventure has two versions, one free and one paid. Both give access to the full game and the possibility to finish the title without internet.

    The paid version is better as it has an extra campaign, a new character and a new story. Lemegeton has that innocence of classic games that just introduce you to the world and order the player to explore it. The game is full of secrets and secret passages. A great game for those who miss beating a Castlevania on their cell phone.


    And for now, these are the essential games that deserve to be “zeroed” on Android. Soon we will post more games in separate lists. Always bringing games that are sure to be unforgettable.


    [originally published October 24, 2017]

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