Check out the latest crop of noteworthy games highlighted by the contributing editors over at our companion blog, Appstore Posts. They work hard to find recent releases—and classics alike—that deliver fun on mobile devices. Many of the games are also available through Amazon Underground, making them completely free to customers while still generating revenue for developers.
GAME OF THE WEEK: Vainglory
Thanks to games like League of Legends and Dota 2, the multiplayer online battle arena genre (MOBA for short) is currently standing on top of the gaming world. Appstore gamers who want to play a quality MOBA on the go should add the fantastic Vainglory to their device. Join us as we dive deep into the game and showcase all the reasons why this incredible title deserves to be our Game of the Week! Read More
EDITORS’ CHOICE: 9 Innings: 2016 Pro Baseball
Baseball is synonymous with the summer season, but you can play this sport year round thanks to awesome games like 9 Innings: 2016 Pro Baseball. The authentic sights and sounds, a slick card system that mixes things up, and a variety of interesting modes will keep you in the dugout for a really long time. Read More
EDITORS’ CHOICE: Knights of Pen & Paper +1 Edition
This epic adventure has a clever twist: you role play as a group of players who are engaged in a virtual role playing session. It’s an inventive way to present familiar RPG tropes, and it’s entertaining to watch the action unfold in this way. The game also pays proper tribute to the genre with the expected mix of fighting, casting, and looting, so fans of dungeon-crawling titles will definitely be pleased. Read More
EDITORS’ CHOICE: Flow Free
Everything about Flow Free is simple. It’s design, presentation, objective, and even name are all free of unnecessary fluff, resulting in a lean, mean puzzle machine. Your goal is to draw a line between matching dots—orange to orange, red to red, for example—but with one key twist: none of the lines can cross over each other. Read More
EDITORS’ CHOICE: Hidden Mahjong: Flower Power
Mahjong games come in two flavors: one is based on the popular competitive tile game that originates from China, while the other is a relaxing single-player puzzle experience. Hidden Mahjong: Flower Power falls into the latter category, offering Android gamers level after level of tile matching goodness. All you have to do is tap two matching tiles together. It sounds easy, but getting to the bottom of the pile requires a lot of patience and forethought. Read More
EDITORS’ CHOICE: Smashy City
Smashy City casts you in the role of a giant monster set loose on a thriving city with only one goal in mind: destruction! Thankfully, the action and visual style is cartoony and whimsical, so you don’t have to feel guilty for demolishing an entire city. Once you’ve picked your monster, you can thrash your way through blocky cityscapes, breaking down buildings while avoiding enemies that want to bring your shenanigans to a halt. Read More
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