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Top 25 Best FREE Android Strategy Games


25. Opening our list of the Top 25 Android Strategy
Games is Crush Your Enemies! Here’s another strategy game that’s not afraid
to put you in the shoes of the bad guys. Set in the cliche fantasy world of the medieval
period, it’s your job to pillage the peaceful kingdom of Generia, along with your band of
brutish barbarians. Already avaiable on Steam, this real-time
strategy game can now be played right on your very own screens. Plunders hundreds of villages and destroy
properties on its 7 to 10 hour single-player campaign. Or jump right into battle with their online
skirmishes. Choose your units, manage your resources,
and take out enemy forces with your tactical wits. Who said barbarians can’t think? It has a Playscore of 8.17. 24. Magic 2015 Before there ever was Hearthstone, there was
Magic: The Gathering. But, with its complex systems and gameplay,
it definitely lags in terms of user-friendlieness. Thankfully, Stainless Games and Wizards of
the Coasts teams up to create a much more mobile-friendly Duels of the Planeswalker. Conceptualized as a steady introduction to
the world of Magic, it’s a much simplified version, replete with tutorials and handicaps
to aid the neophyte card-collector. Take your first steps and go against the computer
opponents using your preconstructed decks and a little help from the shuffling elves. With its high production quality, it manages
to attract both newbies and veterans alike. It has a PlayScore of 8.17. 23. Battleplans A hybrid of all your favorite strategy genres,
this C4M’s game combines RTS, MOBA, and base defense into one pocket-friendly battle. Much like Clash of Clains, Battleplans will
have you leading your troops into battle ransack camps, and loot resources in their thrilling
online PvPs. But, with their intuitive controls, you’ll
have direct control of your armies. Lead your chosen units with a series of taps
and swipes, and watch them perform the battleplan in real-time fashion. While it doesn’t have the complexity of most
strategies, but its simplified mechanics and cel-shaded visuals makes for a perfect casual
RTS. It has a PlayScore of 8.18. 22. Lords Mobile You’ve probably seen this game already, what
with their wide market reach that resulted in millions of players around the globe. Move into their magical lands and aid their
heroes in a fight against monsters and unknown terrors. Send them to training, upgrade their weapons,
and test their skills in the addicting hero battle mode. Lords boasts a deep strategic system that
lets you choose between a variety of tactics for your armies. So unleash your inner Sun Tzu, and master
the art of war amid the chaos of their gorgeous 3D battles. It has a PlayScore of 8.18. 21. War Agent While most videogames choose to bask in the
glories of war Bazinu’s strategy offers a more grim perspective on the issue. Play as a weapons merchant for both side,
and control the tides of battle from neutral grounds. Use your influences on the two parties to
bribe the media into a Pro-War stand, and lobby the government for continual funds. It adds a layer of depth to the gameplay as
you put a blindfold over their citizens eyes and compete with merchants of war. Even with its marked simplicity, it manages
to entertain and enlighten. Open your eyes to the gruesome truth. It has a PlayScore of 8.19. 20. Transformers: Earth Wars From the realistic look at Earth’s disappointing
affairs, we move on to the comforts of the fictional world. It’s to roll out the Autobots as you dive
into a strategic battle along with the towering robots of the hit TV series. A far cry from their usual massive, over the
top action, Earth Wars is a more contemplative venture. Choose your faction, build up your army of
relatively miniscule transformers to pit them against the opposition. Together with the tried and tested basebuilding
RTS formula, it adds a thoughtful amount of Transformers goodness that will satisfy any
fan of the series. It has a PlayScore of 8.2. 19. HEAVENSTRIKE RIVALS Another one of Square Enix mobile-focused
adventures, Heaven Strike Rival is a tactical trading card game that takes you to a world
on the brink of extinction. Journey across the lands of Lunnain to save
the legendary Seven Sisters, collecting over 900 animated cards and units. While it doesn’t innovate on the trading card
genre, Square Enix shows their mastery in videogame development, with well-implemented
game mechanics, beautiful music, and interesting art-style. It has a PlayScore of 8.21. 18. World of Tanks Blitz The ultimate free-to-play World War II tank
shooter is finally on the Android. Take command your fleet of historically accurate
tanks, and enter the battlefield in a 7 vs 7 tank battle of epic propoprtions. Roam around the varying terrains of a dozen
different maps, along with 200 unique vehicles from Germany, France, USSR, and more. Upgrade your tanks, recruit the best crew,
and victory will be yours. With intuitive controls, and personalized
missions, it’s still the best Tank shooter, on the mobile and out. It has a PlayScore of 8.26. 17. Star Realms Nothing goes well better than boardgames and
outerspace. Starting out as a kickstarter campaign in
2013 and published in 2014, this boardgame is no digitized classic. But, its received such a startling success
since its release, winning a handful of awards, including 2015’s Tabletop Game of the year. With no dice or board to speak of, Dougherty
and Kastle’s fast-paced cardgame is relatively simple and made even simpler with its port
to the mobile. Choose your faction, build the ultimate deck,
and take down your singular opponent in a battle for supremacy. Improving on the foundations of Ascension
and Dominion, this game is a worthy pickup for any fan or newbie out there. It has a PlayScore of 8.26. 16. Cloud Raiders Fly off to the skies and discover the land
of a thousand floating island. With your ragtag band of raiders, your goal
is to rule them all and create the strongest fortress of them all. Line your base with crossbows, cannons, and
guns to defend against a series of attacks from your ruthless rivals. Or upgrade your troops to prepare for the
gruelling fight for gold and resources. Join clans, chat with your friends, and battle
with the best the world can offer–whether you’re on the iOS, Android, or Windows. As a cross-platform game, the possibilities
are endless. It has a PlayScore of 8.26. 15. Madness TD 2: Tower Defense A visually stunning Tower Defense with a cartoony
twist. A sequel to the popular Tower Madness, help
an adorable flock of fighting sheep from an oncoming alien invasion. It’s a mad, mad battle against the extraterrestrial
threat. Destroy waves upon waves of forces with rockets,
missiles, and more. With 16 different alien types with their unique
strengths and skills, the fight is only gonna get harder. Learn each of their weaknesses and turn the
tide battle. Play with over 70 unique maps, and achieve
the highest scores. Become the best sheep commander, or don your
inner mountain goat to climb those leaderboards. It has a PlayScore of 8.3. 14. Heroes of Order & Chaos Trying on a whole new genre, the mobile game
giant, Gameloft is bringing the heroes of their renowned MMO to the world of online
battle arenas. Team up with friends and strangers from around
the globe to decimate the towers and heroes of your rivals to the throne. Choose your specialty hero from a diverse
lineup of 57 unique heroes, from nukers, to archers and so much more. For a mobile game, it packs a lot of content. Along with its multiplayer selections, there’s
also a solo mode option to fight against bots across three different maps. While it does include Gameloft’s signature
in-app purchases, it’s still a worthwhile MOBA for your smartphone needs. It has a PlayScore of 8.33. 13. Plants vs. Zombies Heroes Inching towards a Hearthstone-like success,
PopCap’s most popular series is moving away from their tower-defense roots to take a shot
at collectible card gaming. Bringing along their iconic plants and zombies
along with some cool new challengers, put your best root and decaying appendage forward
in a fight for glory. Sharing a lot of similarities to today’s leading
CCG, it builds enough on the foundations of their franchise to deliver their own flavor
on the formula. Collect your cards, get on your lanes, and
enjoy a superpowered Plants vs Zombies adventure. Simple, fun, and incredibly addicting. It has a PlayScore of 8.38. 12. Vainglory Another MOBA game on the list. Developer Super Evil Megacorp gives you something
that has already been dominating the Mobile E-Sports scene with its ever-growing roster
of heroes and thrilling 3 versus 3 battles. It’s like a pocket edition of Dota 2. Enjoy its stunning visuals, deep strategy,
collectible skins and smooth 60 frames per second with responsive touch controls. Just like any other MOBA game, teamwork and
skill are required. It has a PlayScore of 8.41 11. Star Wars: Force Arena Light and dark is at another war, and it’s
brought all your Star Wars favorites with it. In this deck-building strategy, form a team
of the universe’s best heroes and villains, from the classic trilogies, to the modern
revivals. Following the release of Galaxy of Heroes,
Force Arena is a MOBA-like game that focuses on the joys of real-time PvP. Fight alongside Leia, Han, Chewie, Rey, and
more, and use their individual abilities to rule the battlefield. With guilds, rewards, and special characters,
it’s a Star Wars MOBA like no other. It has a PlayScore of 8.45. 10. Castlestorm: Free To Siege Taking all the elements and features from
their console release, this game feels like the lovechild of Rovio’s Angry Birds series
and Tower Defense games. It’s a 2D sieging game that speaks of destruction
and carnage. Feel the falling of rocks, blowing of canons
and clanking of swords in its incredibly odd and humorous ways. Use the power of medieval artillery and blow
up your enemies walls to the ground. But remember they can also do the same! It’s a good mix of strategy, resource-collecting
and comedy gold. It has a PlayScore of 8.46 9. The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land Do you have what it takes to survive a zombie
apocalypse? Join your favorite characters such as Daryl,
Michonne and more from AMC’s iconic Walking Dead series. This action packed RPG takes you to the series’
most iconic moments and locations from Seasons 1 to 4. Collect heroes, compete against other players
and hunt walkers in familiar locations. Choose the right team and equipment in each
mission. It was praised for its good graphics and animations. It has a PlayScore of 8.47 8. Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links Show off your latent dudududududuelling skills
and battle with and against the anime’s greatest heroes and villains. Journey to the top by squaring off with regular
joes and high skilled players around the world. In your adventure, step into Seto Kaiba and
Yami Yugi’s shoes. Earn various rewards from completing stages,
buy packs from the store, and create the ultimate deck–with spell cards, fusion cards, and
the anime’s beloved monsters. Step into its digital world, and get wrapped
in futuristic dudududuels, complete with its original voice acting. It’s the great game for anime and strategy
fans alike and It has a PlayScore of 8.47 7. Plague Inc. An interesting simulation game for casual
players. Unleash the inner bioterrorist within you
and lead the human race to extinction with your viral threat. Do it fast, or the whole world tries to stop
it and create a cure. To avert human survival, players can upgrade
and enhance the lethality, transmission and severity of the created plague. Choose from multiple types of world-ending
viruses to satisfy your need to eradicate humanity. You can also name it! Experiment with various combinations and watch
your plague evolve. It’s a terrifying strategy game. Even the World Health Organization recommends
this if you want to know more about viruses. It receives a PlayScore of 8.49 6. Dawn Of Titans If Clash of the Titans was a mobile game,
then this is the closest thing it could get. Veering away from mobile limitations, NaturalMotionGames’
strategy game takes war in a colossal degree. In your small screen, watch thousands of 3D
animated armies and Titans clash in a brutal conflict. Feel the game’s console-quality graphics,
dominate massive titans, build your kingdom and lead your troops to victory. You are in control and it’s up to you to
face your enemies. It has a PlayScore of 8.49 5. Clash Royale Instead of demolishing villages, you’ll have
castles to annihilate in glorious real-time action in SUPERCELL’s latest IP. No need to miss your old allies because they’re
all here, along with their new medieval companions. Use your balloon bombs and giants alongside
knights, princes, and kings. Inspired by elements from popular trading
card games, leveling up is a breeze. Win crowns, open chests, and earn enough cards
and see your troops and yourself rank up. Form clans with your friends so you can share
cards and form stronger decks or battle with each other in private duels. Or you could just head to the next arena and
conquer more castles. It receives a PlayScore of 8.58 4. Hearthstone Before there was Gwent and other modern trading
card games, there was Blizzard’s Hearthstone. Borrowing elements from the classic Magic:
The Gathering and integrating it with their own Warcraft flavor, this game won the fans
of the TCG genre. With over 9 varied classes, over a thousand
different cards and so many strategies to choose from, customize your deck as you see
fit and check your skill inside its competitive scene. Its continuous updates and new card packs
encourages the players to shift their tactics and adapt to the meta, or not. It receives a PlayScore of 8.64 3. Plants vs. Zombies 2: It’s About Time PopCap hasn’t had enough of their iconic
tower-defense game. After a disastrous time anomaly, follow Krazy
Dave as he races against time to eat his Precious Taco the second time. Travel to various time periods such as Ancient
Egypt, the Dark Ages and even the Jurassic Period. The eternal battle of the Plants and Zombies
isn’t over yet and Dr. Zomboss is just getting started. With new features like Plant Foods, Card Upgrades
and Power-Ups, watch your floral army grow to its optimum degree. It’s flower power at its finest and it has
a PlayScore of 8.67 2. Clash Of Clans SUPERCELL made a big leap towards mobile with
a game so addictive and strategic at the same time. It changed the course of Freemium MMO Mobile
Gaming. Build and expand your own town with impenetrable
walls and powerful tesla towers against enemy hordes. Harness the power of elixirs, gold and other
resources to fortify your buildings and upgrade your ARMY to take the battle to them. Join a clan to take down neighboring clans
with your team’s combined might. Of course, Microtransactions are a big feature
in this game. But it’s not always necessary if you’re
in it for the fun. It’s one of the best base-building mobile
games on the market with a PlayScore of 8.82 1. And the best Android Strategy Game so far
is Kingdom Rush Ironhide’s universally acclaimed tower defense
game is never the one to disappoint us. Ready your troops to defend against a savage
horde of orcs, trolls, evil wizards and other deadly mythical creatures. It’s one of the best mobile franchises to
date. It’s still a thrilling strategy game that
gets increasingly difficult wave after wave. You’ll be surprised with the number of monster
variations and heroes to quell this evil threat. With its success, it has spawned numerous
sequels and prequels, offering more content than this original. However, it’s the only FREE Kingdom Rush
game available on the PlayStore. It has a PlayScore of 8.85

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