So, it’s that time of year again. It’s time… where I talk about Android games that I want to talk about but don’t have enough “meat” on their bones to get a full article. So, look at these sort of mini-quick review of these interesting Android games. So, I hope you are prepared and you have enough space left on your Android device since you might want to download these interesting games. So, for those who know this series, in this series I take a quick look at Android games that can be used as a time sink. But, some might become more then just that. And as usual, feel free to leave a comment with your opinion on the games and/or the article in the comment box down below.
Word Crush is a game where you get a grid of letters and you have to make a word or two out of them.
You see at the bottom how many letters each word or section of the word has.
The game is really fun to play, but I play it without an internet connection often. Since some ads are in v2.1.9 bugged out and don’t close when you press the “x”.
Oh, and if you are stuck, don’t forget you can form words going in a diagonal line.
Great word puzzle game, but the only annoying thing are the buggy ads.
In Color Net, you have to put dots in circles. The playing field is connected with lines. Each circle is connected with at least one line.
Your goal is to put all the dots in a circle. But the catch is that you aren’t allowed to put two of the same color in a row.
I would change two things in the game. First of all, it’s a shame that this game doesn’t have a colorblind mode.
And secondly, I wish there was an easier way to saw dots. But overall, this is a great time sink! Give it a try, it’s free and the ads aren’t too annoying.
In Ultraflow, you have to get the circle into the other circle. But here is the catch, you can only swipe once.
Your circle bounces against every wall, surface or edge. And you have a limited amount of bounces.
If you are stuck on a level, the game shows you how you need to swipe. You might think that this is cheating. Yet, in the later levels, you have to time your swipe. This makes the game frustrating at times, yet rewarding.
The only thing I don’t really like in this game is the soundtrack. It’s too repetitive in some areas and I often play this game with my own music playing. That’s my honest opinion.
I’m sorry that this article is shorter as usual. I have been quite busy this week and I wasn’t able to prepare more. But, I was thinking about writing one of these, so I did. In any case, I’m really curious what Android games you guys and girls would recommend to me. Hit me up in the comment box or on social media! Maybe your recommendation might get featured on one of these articles.
In any case, I hope you enjoyed reading this as much as I enjoyed writing this. I hope to see you in another article but until then, take care and have a great rest of your day!