Top Grossing Games on Android and iOS

If you are looking for the best games on Android without paying a penny, here is a selection of free games that will allow you to spend the time cheaply.

There are plenty of free games on Android and the Play Store. But they are so numerous today that it is challenging to find quality titles able to stay more than a few minutes on the memory of its Android smartphone. Here is a small selection of old and new free games, different genres, and themes. This list is not intended to be exhaustive, but you can, of course, suggest your favorite games in the comments so we can add them here.

  1. The Mobile Sims

Sims and smartphones are a long story. The flagship management license of Electronic Arts came back with a new copy in 2018: the mobile Sims. This new opus takes up the basic principles of the license: the player creates an avatar human whose life, habitat, work, and social relations must be managed.

Still in free to play, with in-app purchases, the mobile Sims has received much better than previous episodes thanks to more free content without going to the cashier.

Want to get married, raise children, build a house, and live a real-life parallel? The inescapable life simulation game.

  1. Animal Crossing Pocket Camp

Animal Crossing is a well-known Nintendo license, and like Super Mario or Fire Emblem, it is also exported on mobile and is called Animal Crossing Pocket Camp. The goal of the game is to create and manage your campsite in a world of funny animals.

This title puts a lot of emphasis on the simulation of life, and you have to take care of your friendship with the characters who visit your camp by carrying out the quests they submit to you. The game also encourages you to meet other players by touring several campgrounds and exchanging materials.

After several episodes on the consoles Nintendo cute animals, but a little strange Animal Crossing land on mobile.

  1. RollerCoaster Tycoon Touch

RollerCoaster Tycoon Touch is the mobile version of RollerCoaster Tycoon released initially on PC. Well adapted to mobile, RollerCoaster Tycoon Touch has set aside the almost illegible boards of the other titles available on the Play Store. Editor mode allows regulars and newcomers alike to enjoy themselves.

Be careful though, this is free-to-play so you can, at your choice, be patient and use the virtual currency to unlock the attractions, either spend real money.

After porting several episodes to mobile devices, the famous amusement park management with the game license comes back with one event…

  1. Fallout Shelter

Released in 2015, Fallout Shelter was initially intended to be a small application to promote the game console and PC Fallout 4. It is, however, a classic anti-nuclear shelter management game in which the player has to manage an underground population of survivors, make them cohabit, work and send some of them on an expedition outside.

It is pretty, intelligent and the aesthetic appeal necessarily to the fans of the game series post-apocalyptic role.

What could be more pleasing than to become administrator of an atomic shelter full of refugees in a world ravaged by war?

  1. SimCity Built

SimCity is the reference game in terms of city management. On this mobile adaptation, you will be able to build your city from every angle: roads, buildings, shops, etc. become an exemplary mayor of a vast megalopolis as you upgrade your city.

Be careful the game is free-to-play, and you will have to spend money on some services like speeding up work, etc.

Ideal to satisfy your megalomaniac side by becoming mayor of a megalopolis, SimCity is the main game of the genre on mobile.

Android offers many other games. Our management games folder expands the selection of free titles available here.