Top 5 Best Android Games For July 2020

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Mobile gaming is generally considered to be a norm among a vast majority of smartphone users, which is why many developers target it to be a profiting platform for game creation. There are thousands of high-quality titles you can enjoy on your Android device. But nowadays, it’s difficult to find enjoyable games on Play Store’s curated lists.

This is why we always come back for you every month with a new list of top 5 best Android games to try, and this month of July is no exception. You can check out the list of Android games below. We also have included direct downloads links to the Play Store for your ease.

1. Hijacker Jack

Developed by New IDEA Games, Hijacker Jack is a real-time, FMV-based interactive action game for Android devices. You can not only fight hand-to-hand and use weapons against enemies but also drive vehicles and make narrative choices in this game.

Hijacker Jack tells the story of Jack, a millionaire celebrity trying to find a doppelganger. Soon, you have to take his place and do exactly what Jack does daily, and try to survive in the world of traitors and enemies. As you make progress through the story, you unlock locations like Malta, Philippines, Hungary, and the UK. However, you will have to make the correct choices in order to hit one of the four main endings.

Several thrilling activities, such as parkouring on rooftops, gunfighting, car chasing, skydiving, jet-skiing, rock climbing, and many more can be done in this game. Although the whole game is made of short videos, you still get the flexibility to control the player as you wish. With a gripping storyline and alternative endings, Hijacker Jack is definitely one of the best interactive games made in a while.

Hijacker Jack can be downloaded from the Play Store for free. However, it does have in-app advertisements, which you can remove for a one-time payment of ₹149 only.

2. Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery

Inspired by J.K. Rowling’s epic adventure novel, Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery is an exciting role-playing game that puts you in the magical world of Hogwarts. The game lets you customize your own character and choose between one of the four houses of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, which are Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw, and Hufflepuff.

Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery lets you explore the world of wizardry and discover all the mysteries associated with abnormal phenomena around Hogwarts. While you can master new spells with Dumbledore, Professor Snape can you help you become a brewing master as well. You also can make new friends, duel your rivals, and play quidditch as a seeker to catch the Golden Snitch.

Along with loads of character customization, the game also lets you design your dorm room as well. You not only form alliances and befriend magical creatures but also encounter dangerous foes as you progress through the story. At one point, you will have to battle dementors and solve puzzles to help your fellow wizards in Hogwarts. Every choice you make in the game leads you to a new path, keeping the original formula of the RPG genre.

Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery is a free-to-play game, but the game does use a microtransactions model for in-app virtual items, ranging from ₹10 to ₹6,000+ per item. If you like to play fantasy RPGs, then this game is a must-try for you.

3. Bubble Shooter: Panda Pop!

Bubble Shooter: Panda Pop is a relaxing, tile-matching game from the developers of the previous game we just mentioned. Your objective is to pop the bubbles by matching three bubbles of the same color and rescue the trapped pandas.

However, you will be given a limited number of bubbles to shoot, making the gameplay more difficult and challenging. The game offers more than 3000 levels, and your end goal will vary on every level you play. You can also complete daily challenges to gain new combos and power-ups, which makes it easier for you to complete difficult levels.

Bubble Shooter: Panda Pop also receives new event updates every now and then, adding new and challenging levels for you to complete. The game even has Facebook integration so that you can compete against your friends to get the best score at a particular level and secure the first place in leaderboards.

Developed by Jam City, Inc., Bubble Shooter: Panda Pop is another free-to-play game on this list. Boosters, time-savers, and power-ups are available as in-app purchases, and it does contain advertisements.

4. Carrom Pool

Carrom Pool brings the famous indoor game to your Android smartphone. It is made by the renowned flash game developer Miniclip, which also has published popular games like 8 Ball Pool, Mini Militia, Agar.io, Plague Inc., Bloons Tower Defense, etc.

With intuitive drag-to-move controls, realistic physics, and minimal visuals, Carrom Pool is an excellent time killer for casual gamers. Although the game does support offline play, you can also play against real-time opponents in multiplayer game modes. You can play either the traditional Carrom or Disc Pool with random players, as well as challenge your friends whenever you want.

There are several arenas you can unlock in the game, along with a vast catalog of pucks and strikers to choose from. Upon winning matches, you will be rewarded with victory chests and mystery items. You also can upgrade your strikers to improve the chances of winning high-level matches.

Carrom Pool is free to download in the Play Store, and it does contain ads and microtransactions for monetization. Since the game isn’t graphic intensive by any means, you can install it on lower-end Android devices too.

5. Flow Free

Flow Free is a stress-relieving puzzle game with over one hundred million downloads on the Play Store. To solve the puzzles, you will have to connect pipes with matching colors to create a Flow without crossing or overlapping another pipe.

The game has over to 2500+ unique puzzles, which not only challenge your puzzle-solving skills but also test your fast-thinking abilities in the time-trial mode. Each level provides excellent replayability, giving you the options to complete the level quickly and efficiently.

Flow Free is a free-to-play game and does have advertisements, but you can remove it with an in-app purchase. You can also try out Flow Free: Hexes and Flow Free: Bridges, both having a twist to the original formula of Flow Free’s addicting gameplay elements.

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