Android smartphones have come a long way from their humble and laggy beginnings from over ten years ago.
They are the next best thing from a laptop. Android smartphones can edit documents, spreadsheets, run simulations, edit photos, and so much more, but the subject of today is mobile gaming. Shooter games especially.
Android smartphones are also great tools to kill time. Google Playstore offers far more choices than you need in a matter of gaming.
Shooters are some of the most desired games nowadays, and we are here to present you with some great choices.
Here are our top picks:
Cover Fire is one of the most graphically impressive entries of this list.
If you are into explosive-riddled missions, Cover Fire is a must!
The game lets you choose between various characters to play as and pick from a wide variety of weapons to crush your enemies with.
You can use multiple soldiers in a battle, each with its advantages and disadvantages.
N.O.V.A. is one of the most popular Android games of all time.
N.O.V.A. Legacy is the latest addition to the franchise and one of the top offline shooter games for Android. The game picks up right where you left off in its past iteration, on a quest to defeat the Colonial Administration forces.
N.O.V.A. Legacy introduced a “Deathmatch” mode that allows players to go online and find opponents from all around the world.
Major G.U.N.: War On Terror
Major G.U.N.: War on Terror is an arcade-style game that grants countless of hours worth of shooting mayhem. In the main game, the player fights terrorists to prevent them from launching a virus attack on the world.
The game’s comic book-like graphics are addicting, and its dialogues are captivating.
Also, it features a PVP mode but only on local networks.
Mad Bullets is a hilarious and exciting game set in the Wild West. It is fast-paced, and that is noticeable from the very first moments spent in-game.
It’s fun, has a unique gameplay feeling, and its characters are quirky, but dull at times.
You can play as ninjas or even cowboys to defeat everybody standing in your way.
Dead Effect 2
Dead Effect 2 is a worthy successor to Dead Effect. It took all of the first game’s incredible characteristics to a new level.
It is a horror-themed game with superb graphics, captivating story, and action-packed gameplay that will keep you playing for many hours.
The campaign is about 20 hours long, but it is so captivating that it feels shorter than that.
Into The Dead 2
Into the Dead 2 is a scary game. However, it is unlike most of the shooter games available on the Playstore. It is more like an endless runner game that mixes F.P.S. gameplay with zombie survival.
You are playing as a survivor in a zombie-ravaged world, and your goal is to save your family.
You collect weapons on your way, upgrade them, and befriend local dogs to protect you from zombies.
There are several endings to this game, all depending on the choices you made.
Alien Shooter Free
Though Alien Shooter Free isn’t technically an F.P.S., it is still worth a shot. It’s a top-down shooter that chucks the player into a military complex that is attacked by aliens.
The game has a character-development system that allows you to tweak your character to suit your desires, whether you aim to specialize in explosive combat or sniping.
The graphics might seem a bit dated, but the experience is undoubtedly amazing, as it has a touch of nostalgia.
Hitman Sniper is a spin-off from the Hitman franchises for consoles and P.C.s. Like the rest of the Hitman games, Hitman Sniper is focused on Agent 47, a hired assassin.
The game is focused on snipers, like a shooting gallery-style game.
Hitman Sniper requires precise control, tactic, and fast reflexes to complete its levels.
The game costs $0.99, but it includes 150 gameplay missions, making it worth the price.
Overkill 3 is a simple shooter game with mixed gameplay and relatively linear plot, splitting the story in an “us versus them” scenario where the player has to fight the evil “Faction.”
The game looks crisp, almost console-like.
It is one of the few mobile games that allows you to pick a difficulty level right from the start, so you know it means business.
Each level has guidelines that allow you to progress quickly towards an epic boss battle at the end.
The game has an online mode, with daily tournaments as well as some co-op missions.
Guns Of Boom
Guns of Boom is a minimalist and straightforward game. It lets players grab a gun, jump on a map, and have fun rapidly.
It has a progression system – Earn experience to unlock new items and skins.
As soon as you are dropped into a map, bullets start flying near you, and you need to seek cover while also fighting back. To succeed, you need to act fast and be creative!
While some of the games on this list are paid, the rest are free. However, some of the free games have microtransactions, which aren’t a big deal. Generally speaking, they aren’t pay-to-win games, which is nice. However, if you feel like unlocking a perk or a bonus without having to grind in-game for it, go ahead and purchase it!
Chin Cullin has only been working as a journalist for just a few short years. Chin attended a technical school while still in high school where he learned a variety of skills, from digital design to coding. Apart from being a contributor to the site, Chin also helps keep Henri Le Chat Noir up and running as our webmaster.