Have you tried these Microsoft games on your Android phone?

If you own an Android smartphone, you're likely aware of the fact that Microsoft has made many of its apps available on Android - from obvious titles like Skype, Word, or Outlook, to experimental applications like Hyperlapse or Microsoft Selfie

But did you know that Microsoft also offers a few Android games? These games are appreciated by those who've already played them, so we thought everyone should know about them. Check them out below!


Microsoft Solitaire Collection 

Download on Google Play 

(free, with ads and in-app purchases)


One of the go-to games of the 90s, especially when you had a PC without Internet connection, Microsoft Solitaire is a classic computer card game - it was included in every edition of Windows since 1990. The Android version actually comes with five Solitaire card games: Spider, Klondike, Freecell, Tripeaks, and Pyramid. Microsoft Solitaire Collection for Android features daily challenges (letting you earn badges and rewards) and Xbox Live support. The game is free, but contains ads and in-app purchases.

Age of Empires: Castle Siege

Download on Google Play 

(free, with in-app purchases)


Age of Empires is another classic computer game, this time a strategy one. Age of Empires: Castle Siege will let you build and expand empires, fight historical battles, and use awesome hero abilities - all in a Medieval adventure of epic proportions. You can choose various civilizations to command, including Britons, Franks, Teutonic Order, and Byzantines. Thanks to Xbox Live support, the game allows you to resume play on Android, iOS, and Windows devices.



Download on Google Play 



For fans of word puzzle games, Microsoft has Wordament - a completely free, real-time continuous word tournament that requires the very best of you. You can compete against thousands of players and show off your skills in various ways - earn the best score, find the longest words, the highest number of words, be better than Frenemies, and so on.

So, have you played any of these Microsoft games on your Android phone or tablet? If not, maybe it's time to try them.



3. medicci37

Posts: 1361; Member since: Nov 19, 2011

Microsoft & Bill Gates totally dropped the ball. Computing would be a lot more advanced if they hadn't been so incompetent & unimaginable

5. shshxiaojing

Posts: 13; Member since: Aug 18, 2016

Good post, knowing several new games.

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