Top 5 Best Android Games For November 2019


It seems that gaming on Android devices is getting bigger and better every month, and there is always a bunch of new games, making its debut on Google Play. Most of these games won’t cost you anything to download, and you will definitely find a game that suits your preference. However, if you are having a hard time deciding what to play, then look no further.

In this article, we have compiled a list of top 5 best Android games for November 2019. Two of the games on this list are free to download, but it may contain in-app purchases and advertisements. You will find the download links for all the games mentioned here.

1. Angry Birds AR: Isle of Pigs

Pretty much everyone who uses a smartphone has played the 2D strategy-shooter game called Angry Birds at least once in their lifetime.

Now AR (Augmented-reality) games are becoming more and more popular after the launch of Google ARCore and Apple ARKit with advanced motion tracking and scene processing. The concept of the AR games is to use your personal space as the environment of the game, and Angry Birds AR: Isle of Pigs nails it.

With AR, the three-dimensional view gives you the ability to walk around the structures created by the green pigs, and choose different angles for the launch sling, as well as uncover hidden bombs or rockets to destroy the structures. You can also resize the game according to your personal space for the best experience.

The graphics and art design of the birds and pigs resemble the Angry Birds movies instead of the typical blob-style characters that you see in other 2D Angry Birds games.

As you make your way through 70 challenging levels, you earn more points and unlock more content. The developer Rovio Entertainment has a good track record of adding new content regularly to its games, so expect more levels to come.

2. Call of Duty Mobile

The receptions were pretty positive throughout the beta of Call of Duty Mobile. After the Play Store and App Store launch, the borne fruit of Activision and TiMi Studios has quickly become one of the best mobile games of 2019.

With almost 50 million downloads, the multiplayer game lives up to the original franchise on PC and game consoles. The graphics are comparable to the era of PS3 and Xbox 360 to some extent.

The reason why the game became so popular in a short period of time is because of Tencent Games, the company that owns TiMi Studios. Tencent’s PUBG Mobile had already smashed records last year. Based on the feedback from the same community of hardcore players, the developers involved in the creation of the game have kept a similar user interface and done further engine optimization to ensure a smooth and thrilling gameplay experience.

CoD Mobile makes use of the iconic multiplayer maps from the original CoD Black Ops and Modern Warfare. The game has multiple game modes, including 5v5 team deathmatch, frontline, free for all, search and destroy, and of course, battle royale. Whether you are a competitive or a casual player, you can easily spend hours on Call of Duty Mobile.

The game is free to download from the Play Store, but it does contain a premium battle pass progression system with in-game crates and reward tied-in. However, you can totally enjoy the game without any of those things.

3. Stardew Valley

Stardew Valley is undoubtedly one of the farming simulator games for PC and gaming consoles in this generation. It is critically acclaimed for its retro art design and soothing gameplay, and the user reviews on Steam are overwhelmingly positive. And with the Android port, you can now play it on your mobile device.

In case you haven’t heard of Stardew Valley before, it’s basically a farming simulator with a beautiful 16-bit environment and original soundtrack. The journey starts with the character’s arrival in Pelican Town, where you have inherited your grandfather’s simple family farm in Stardew Valley.

As you slowly progress from a hard worker to a master farmer, you will level up in 5 different areas: farming, mining, combat, fishing, and foraging. You will also unlock new areas to explore and meet over 30 different characters, learn new cooking and crafting recipes, customize your skills by choosing a profession of your choice, even select a partner to share your life and farm with. As you travel deeper underground, you will encounter monsters, find powerful weapons, rare gemstones, raw materials for crafting and upgrades, and more.

The game is available on the Play Store for ₹599 INR ($7.99 USD), and it is worth every single penny. I personally have spent countless hours on the PC version and give it a solid recommendation for casual gamers.

4. Chameleon Run

From the developers of games like Alto’s Adventure and Alto’s Odyssey, Chameleon Run is a unique and fast-paced auto-runner for Android devices.

Noodlecake Studios has built quite a reputation for quality Android games of the same genre, and Chameleon Run is no exception. Your objective is to switch your character’s color according to the color of the scalable platform as you run, double jump, and head jump from platform to platform.

The game is designed to run on low-end devices, and the game can breeze through even on a mid-range device from 2016.

The controls feel responsive, and the graphics are stylish and colorful. The levels are non-linear, and you can take multiple paths to the finish line. There are also three optional objectives for each level to keep you engaged for a while.

You can buy the game for ₹170 INR ($1.99 USD) from the Google Play Store. Although there are similar games available for free, none of them is as unique and challenging as Chameleon Run.

5. inbento

inbento is probably the most underrated game of 2019. Afterburn Games, an indie game development studio from Lodz, Poland, has brought you a food-themed puzzle game. You play as a mother cat, where you have to arrange bento lunch boxes to feed your kitten. You need to match the correct pattern of the recipes by dragging and rotating pieces of food onto the box.

The game begins with easy-to-solve puzzles. But as you progress through the levels, it becomes more and more challenging to solve. You also get to experience a cute story about cats and parenthood. There are 100+ puzzles in the game, and it will take you some time to finish all of them.

If you are willing to spend ₹240 INR ($2.99), inbento is a must-play puzzle game on Android. The developers are also donating 1% of its revenue to the Animal Rescue Polska foundation, so buying the game will indirectly support the cause.

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