Mobile gaming is booming, but there are still some things you need to know to get started.
It’s no surprise that a lot of developers are using Google’s Play store for their games, which includes many free and paid apps that offer features like in-app purchases, but a lot more developers are turning to paid apps instead.
And as we saw with the launch of the first Google Play Games app, the pay model can be a little tricky.
We’ve put together a guide to help you get started with a few of the best free Android games on Google Play.
Read moreAndroid games that have launched on the Google Play store before This list is based on Google’s official app listings for Android games and is based solely on games launched on GooglePlay before January 2018.
These games are not all created equal, so we’re only listing the top 100 apps on the Play store as of January 2018 and the top 50 Android games that launched on other Google Play platforms.
We’re excluding the Google+ apps that don’t have a Google Play app, as that’s not something Google is actively looking at.
You can also use the same criteria for games that are released for other platforms, such as iOS or Windows Phone.
We’ll update this list as more games are added to the list.
Top free Android game apps on Google play, 2017-2018The top 10 free Android apps on Android were announced by Google in January 2018, and they’re worth a quick look for anyone looking to get into the Android game scene.
In alphabetical order, these are the top ten most downloaded Android games of 2017:The original Candy Crush Saga was one of the top games released for Android at the time, but it didn’t make the cut for our list because it was released for iOS only and was only available on Google services.
The app was also available on the free Android app store, but wasn’t free to download, so if you’re a Google+ user who uses Google Play, you might want to check that out first.
If you’ve ever played the classic Candy Crush series, you’re familiar with Candy Crush Bros, which launched on Android in 2015.
Candy Crush Brothers was one the first games to feature in-game ads, which was a big deal at the point Candy Crush was launched, because it gave the developers more freedom to develop for mobile.
Candy Crumbs is a slightly more recent game to see this type of monetization, but still, it was a huge hit with its ad revenue and continued to be popular for over a year.
If you’re looking for a fun little challenge, this is probably the game for you.
If there’s one thing that Android has become, it’s the most popular platform for mobile gaming.
Android is home to a lot a ton of popular mobile games, including the most downloaded games of all time: the original Candy Crusher, a game that ran on Android for over two decades, the Angry Birds franchise, Clash of Clans, and more.
We have no reason to think that Android will ever stop making Android-only games, but the games on the list below are definitely worth checking out if you want to get your foot in the door on Android gaming.