Some Android Mobile Games’ Mechanics Designed To Monetize; List Of Challenging Hardcore Games Here
Android games on mobile phones are believed to be designed to get everyone addicted. In fact, titles like "Angry Birds", "Clash of Clans" and "Candy Crush" are using various techniques to make the player continue playing and spending their money to the games they are currently at.
Android Games Come With Different Mechanics To Monetize
Android games feature limited lives and pay-to-win mechanics are said to be designed in order to monetize the games. However, reports suggest that this inclusion has nearly displaced the sense of gratification from achieving a high score or beating a level with skills.
Meantime, older titles like "Contra" and "Mega Man" are reported to be games that are challenging, where players die several times, but when they finally become good enough there is a sense of accomplishment. That said, many believe that this is better than the modern Android games that depend on a microtransaction in order to power-up to reach beyond level 430 in an endgame-less title.
Nevertheless, some android developers are believed to provide solid products for those less casual players. In fact, a number of titles are challenging and rewarding that can satisfy the gamer's needs. Among these include "Machinarium", "Titan Souls", "Ninja Spinki Challenges!", "QWOP", "Tilt To Live 2: Redonkulous", "Do Not Crash" and " Mr. Jump," Phone Arena reported.
The Best Android Games Of January 2017 Revealed
Konami's "Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links" is one of the best Android games of January 2017. Although the rise of this mobile CCG game may seem to have started in recent months, but reports suggest that the title gives more than enough to satisfy the fans of the genre.
Other Android titles that are included in the list of the best games for the month are "The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth", "Battleplans" and "Red's Kingdom," Pocket Gamer reported. Learn about the Best Android Games for January 2017 here: