2020 welcomed cloud gaming as a new player in entertainment. Services like Xbox Game Pass contain an impressive library of games, some of which have mobile ports on the Play Store, but I have to wonder if we'll see less games ported to mobile because of cloud gaming.
It's Christmas week and 2020 is almost over. To send you off on holiday celebrations, such as they are given the pandemic, I have a fantastic CRPG for you called ATOM and it's our Android Game of the Week.
For years, Android updates have been a source of anxiety for some users. Things have shifted in recent years to where some Android manufacturers are getting better about updates, including Samsung. Whether it's due to Apple's influence is anyone's guess, but I'm not complaining.
Donut County has come to Android and it's worth every penny. I find a strange delight in sinking everything on the screen. The art style and the writing are both endearing, and the gameplay is addictive.
2020 saw Cloud gaming with Xbox Game Pass come to full fruition from Project xCloud. Google continued to push Stadia. Streaming games to your phone has never been easier, but there are still things to work out and some that may never be resolved.
These are more than just simple puzzles games — they require careful planning and forethought to emerge victoriously. You’ll find some great replay value in games like these too since the same strategy won’t always work twice.
Yes, you have to pay up front for most games without in-app purchases, but then you have the satisfaction of actually playing the game instead of being bothered with offers every two minutes. Here are the best Android games without those pesky IAPs!