10 mind-bending puzzle games for Android
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10 puzzle games for Android
This well-made puzzle game is relatively new, but it is gradually gaining traction. Over 100 levels of various difficulties await! There is a free ad-supported version as well, so do not hesitate to check that out first.
Unlike the rest of the games on this list, Mystery of the Crystal Skull actually follows a story. You are Nicole – a young adventurer whose father went missing after making a groundbreaking discovery. The game tests your observation skills and logical reasoning by making you look for hidden objects and solve various puzzles.
In Words with Bees, the player needs to find as many words as possible before the timer runs out. The game is suitable if you want to test how good your vocabulary is, or improve your spelling.
Can you connect all stars without lifting your finger off the display? At first, Galaxy seems quite easy, but just wait until you get to the higher levels. Speaking of levels, there are over 200 of them to beat.
The award-winning board game Carcassonne has gone digital! Put your strategic knowledge to the test by challenging a friend, or just polish your skills by playing a game against the computer.
Remember the gravity shifting levels in Megaman 5? Well, the laws of physics in Shift are bent in a similar fashion. It is a puzzle platformer game, in which you need to shift color and gravity in order to pass a level. Just check out the game's free version and you will get the idea.
The Cube of Atlantis has a secret, and it is up to you to reveal it. Can you beat all 50 levels and unravel the mystery surrounding this ancient artifact?
Price: $1.99 (free version available)
The goal of Sokoban seems simple: just push the dots over to the circled spaces. However, it gets fiendishly difficult as you progress, but your brain cells will thank you for stimulating them.
A game like Chess needs no introduction. It is still being enjoyed by millions of players worldwide despite being around for thousands of years.
10. Hangman Free
This popular kids game is just as fun as it was back in the old days. Hangman Free lets you challenge a friend, or simply play against the computer after picking a difficulty and topic.
2. Hildy (Posts: 33; Member since: 23 Nov 2011)
Simon Tatham's Portable Puzzle Collection - free, no ads, no odd permissions, assortment of puzzles (including a great sudoku clone). The graphics are minimal but the variety and replayability (all puzzles are generated on demand) are unmatched.
3. shayan (Posts: 134; Member since: 09 Sep 2010)
I installed it the first day I got an android.
4. jessicamiller (Posts: 1; Member since: 14 Jul 2012)
These two games probably didnt make their way to the list but definatley worth it
-The Moron Test --http://bit.ly/NtfXIz
-Tapadoo: tap to solve puzzles —http://bit.ly/GPTapadooAppLog — Full android game review herehttp://www.androidapplog.com/?
both are 4.5 rated on the play store
5. alanturing (Posts: 1; Member since: 12 Aug 2012)
I suggest: NineOnAir, The Game Of The Gods,
addictive stuff, so funny:
6. erics (Posts: 1; Member since: 08 Oct 2012)
Not a lot know it - the most challanging game for android - Brain Squares -https://play.google.com/store/
7. coachingsessions_net (Posts: 1; Member since: 06 Feb 2013)
Try 50 STONES - a unique and refreshingly different brain game, which immediately prompts player's ambition.
8. udo.mueller (Posts: 1; Member since: 10 May 2013)
My personal favorite is Parks from Xymene Games. A bit hard on higher levels but still great.
9. JohnClayton (Posts: 1; Member since: 26 Jun 2013)
"Number Up: The cool math game" is also a good one. The aim of the game is to connect numbers to reach a target sum. It has several difficulty levels that will keep young kids and adults entertained. It's available on the Android PlayStore
10. GaryMartin (Posts: 1; Member since: 06 Aug 2013)
My favorite is bubble trouble..I merey enjoyed it..I am just astounded by it's interactive interface and design too.