Angry Birds (Free) NO matter what Android device you have, Angry Birds is most certainly a compulsory download. If you have yet to get to grips with Rovio’s gaming sensation, then being able to download the game for free is a great way to get involved. There are plenty of levels to get through, and a fair amount of skill is involved to complete them all.
MineCraft: Pocket Edition (Paid) MineCraft challenges you to build and create elaborate masterpieces with a variety of different types of building blocks. As well as being able to build literally anything you want in one of the game’s randomised worlds, MineCraft invites you to play with friends and with people all over the world through your Android device’s Wi-Fi connection.
Cut The Rope (Paid) Cut the Rope is a very simple game to get started with, and its simplicity is what has made it so popular and an essential app for your tablet. Swipe your finger across the ropes on the screen to cut down the candy to feed Om Nom. Feeding Om Nom is not the only thing to consider, you must also collect stars and avoid enemies to get the best scores on each level.
Reckless Getaway (Paid) Outrun the cops with your recently stolen loot in Reckless Getaway. The game challenges you to weave and dodge oncoming traffic while keeping a fair distance away from the cops who are trying to stop you. The action is fast and frantic, and puts your reactions and thumb speed to the ultimate test. Mindless fun at its best, this is the kind of app that keeps you coming back for one more burst of adrenaline.
Symphony Of Eternity (Paid) For those looking for a long gaming experience with some RPG elements involved, then Symphony of Eternity will be right up your street. You take control of Kriest, in his quest to find the legendary Regratlute, as well as waving his kingdom from Lady Sefario. The story is engaging, the graphics superb, and the gameplay is some of the best you will ever experience on your tablet.