It’s often hard to decide what you want to spend your hard-earned cash on! You know that we made this list of best Android paid games to save you up some coin. No need to waste it on the titles that might or might not deserve it!
I know when I get paid, I don’t want to put that money towards games I am not going to enjoy. On the other hand, so many free to play games have loads of ads, in-app purchases at every turn, and are bombarded with stuff that I just don’t want to buy.
So, I take into consideration what everyone else is purchasing! In this list, we are focusing on the best Android paid games, in the UK - as that’s where we are from. These are the games that everyone else has invested money into, the games that other people seem to think are perfect to spend their cash on.
Many of these paid Android games have been in top spots for quite some time - that means that people really do seem to love (and continue loving) these games. If you’re looking for some suggestions on how to spend your payday bundle, check out this list and see what catches your eye! You can download each of these games on Google Play Store!
Original Post by Jupiter Hadley, updates by Pocket Gamer Staff.
Minecraft has made its way on every single platform there is - and your phone is not an exception! This game is an open-world, adventure game where you can really do whatever you want. You can build, mind, fight monsters, upgrade weapons, discover abandoned buildings, find villagers and so much more.
You might think that a weird-looking block game might have no appeal, but once you actually start playing it it's going to be a lot harder to put down. Take it from own experience. This game has secrets, weird occurrences and pretty much every element possible to keep you playing for hours, and so so with a lot of creativity.
This is an amazing tower defense game, which is why it’s sat at the top of the paid list for quite some time. You are able to create towers, upgrade them, unlock heroes, change your abilities and so much more - providing a lot of strategy and fun to be had within this game!
Bloons TD 6 also boosts a lot of new original maps - with 3D objects that can block your line of site, so you’ll need to be aware and crafty to stay on top. Unlike free to play tower defense games, you won’t find a load of in-app purchases in this one! You could argue that all of these elements make this one of the best paid games for Android phones for a while now!
While some people see Monopoly as only a tabletop game, and they find it difficult to imagine it on mobile, many people actually prefer the digital version of the household name. It's not hard to understand why either! This version of Monopoly has animations, different maps, and online multiplayer modes so you don’t even need to have friends to frustrate when playing the game.
Of course, there are different house rule sets, so if you want to play using rules similar to those you grew up with, you can do so without much hassle. The best part of it, however, is that you won’t be able to lose any of the pieces if they are digital! It's a win-win situation, right?
Geometry Dash is a game that has been around for so, so long. The game combines rhythm and action into one of those high-quality platformers that keep you pumped for the entire gameplay. You must jump, fly and flip your way through level after level, avoiding obstacles as you go.
The game also features a level creator so you can create and share your own levels - and play thoughts made by others - meaning you will never run out of content, and once you find something interesting, you can always try to come up with something never-before-seen.
People in England sure love their Football, as Football Manager seems to be within the top 5 each and every month. This football simulator allows you to help bring your favorite team up the rankings, going from being unknown to pros within the industry. Football Manager is known for being very authentic to football, allowing you to control loads of different decisions that real life football managers would need to make. There are even players that you will know from actual games of football.
Stardew Valley is a relaxing, farming simulation game that has a big story attached to it! In this game, you can get to know your town, develop relationships with the people who live there, and discover more about each of the residents (and about yourself too). You can also plant, fish, go to parties, fight monsters in the mines and discover some of the residents' secrets.
It's just a well rounded, fun farming game full of relaxing experiences. We just cannot praise this game enough - and the fact that all the complex stories within have all been created by a single person is astounding. This is a premium game that you won't waste your money on, for sure! It has a lot of replay value and that easily makes it one of the best.
The Chase: Ultimate is a quiz-based game, which is officially associated with the TV show of the same name. People love to be apart of the TV shows they watch, so it makes sense that a quiz show app would be so popular. The host of the show is the host of the app, and this quiz is also a race against The Chaser, so you get to take on six different challenges to make it to the top.
A new addition to the top 10 chart, Baldur's Gate is a roleplaying game that's been re-released from it's 1998 original. Baldur's Gate set the standard for D&D type roleplaying games, and with this enhanced addition, you can find this original campaign, as well as improvements and new features, and a few extra areas to explore through and enjoy. It's a game full of nostalgia.
Northgard has made it's way onto the charts this month, maybe because of their special office which gave out a free DLC during launch week and their discount, but who knows. The game itself was very successful on PC - as it's a strategy game based on Norse mythology, where you can become a clan of vikings, fighting for land in a new world. It's got a lot of strategy within it, and is quite addictive as you build out your clan and continue to conquer the world.
Mini Metro is a sleek puzzle game where you are designing a subway map which is for a city! You will need to draw line between different stations and start your trans off, so that you can make an efficient mode of transportation around your city. There are limited resources, so you will need to plan ahead and think carefully, while plotting out these real-life cities.