These paid iOS and Android games are free for a limited time, grab them now! : Looking for some neat new games to play on iOS or Android? If that’s the case, you might be pleased to hear that several titles that are usually paid are now available for free on Google Play and the App Store!
This collection features several different genres, so we’ve made sure to include a video (where available) or gameplay image and a description below each title in order to aid you in the selection process.
Also, make sure to check out the end of sale times for each game below the respective download link. At the time of writing (October 17), some of these titles only have a few hours left in their “freebie” period, so it’s advisable to download anything that you like fast.
Please note! Apple does not add end-of-sale times for promotions in the app Store, so there’s no way of knowing when the iOS games in this collection will become paid again. Also, most of these games are on sale for both iOS and Android but there are also titles that are only free on one platform. We’ve listed the apps in an Android – free on both platforms – iOS order.
Developed by Square Enix Montreal, Hitman Sniper puts you in the shoes of the notorious Agent 47. There are two modes in the game – Montenegro (the main story mode), and a zombie survival mode called Death Valley.
Montenegro is basically one giant level. There are 10 “top” targets for you to assassinate, but the actual amount of missions you can complete is around 150. Most of these missions involve killing your main target plus extra objectives such as killing characters with accident kills, finishing off a certain amount of guards, achieving a certain score, and so on. The money collected after each mission allows you to buy new weapons or upgrade existing ones. At a first glance, the game looks like a typical sniper shooter, but playing through a few stages made us realize just how complex and addicting Hitman Sniper can truly be.
Meanwhile, Death Valley has you protecting a character called Ben, whom is trying to repair his car but is being targeted by hordes of zombies. On the Normal and Hard difficulties, there are three waves of zombies that must be killed before Ben gets the car up and running, while the Expert difficulty spawns an infinite amount of waves.
AngL is a very minimalistic puzzle game. The goal is simple – each level contains a bunch of balls that must reach the diamonds. The player has to use the various different triangles to change the angle and travel path of the ball in order for it to get to the endpoint.
Black Metal Man
SATAAAN! If you’re into metal and/or unusual endless runners, Black Metal Man might become your new favorite thing to play. Help the Norwegian black metal dude flee from the light in his quest to reach the depths of hell. Collect power ups, ride a motorcycle, or even a lighting while you’re headbanging to the glorious soundtrack of the game.
If you’re a fan of the RPG and defense genres, you simply have to try Dungeon Defense. The game has an excellent rating of 4.8 stars, with over 30,000 people giving it the maximum 5 stars.
The storyline is really straightforward – you play as a bunch of villains trying to protect the last dungeon of the realm from all the heroes trying to raid it. Simply tap and hold on the screen to start shooting.
Level one is simple enough – you control a skeleton and you have to throw projectiles at the enemy. You also have an orc buddy who shoots automatically. After each stage, you gain experience, learn new abilities, collect loot, and expand your team. There’s a lot of depth to this game, with various crafting and research systems in place for RPG fans to tinker with. You also have several different game modes that will keep you playing for a long time.
Dwarves got you down? Doomwheel. Rival clans done you wrong? Doomwheel. Goblin grief? Doomwheel.
Warhammer: Doomwheel is an award-winning indie title that adopts a comical approach to the Warhammer franchise. Basically, you can classify this game as a member of the “endless runner” genre, but there’s a lot more to it than Subway Surfers or Temple Run. You take the role of a Skaven (the rat people) “enginseer” who has constructed the so-called “Doomwheel” – a vehicle of destruction that looks like a deadly hamster wheel.
In a nutshell, you drive and jump through the stages, smashing through the various enemies while collecting currency to upgrade your Doomwheel. The story mode is fun and immersive, and there are multiple regions, bosses, and achievements to keep you hooked.
Linia is a rather interesting puzzle game. You have to create color sequences by tracing a line connecting colored shapes. The mechanic is a bit like Fruit Ninja, but you’ll realize that it’s a lot more difficult to succeed here than to just slash fruit like a madman. Patience, precision, and quick reactions are key here.
Lines the Game
Lines: The Game is a zen puzzle game that is currently in the Editor’s choice collection of Google Play. Place or remove dots to initiate a colorful race that fills a drawing. The color that dominates the race wins. Lines features around 250 levels, 5 different game modes, and 26 achievements to unlock. Please not that the game has recently switched from a paid to free-to-play with ads model and is not exactly light on in-game ads.
Slidercrash is a peculiar retro-style puzzle game. Your task is to align various railings, mirrors, switches, teleports and other items in order to make these Tide Pod-looking objects called “sliders” crash. There are a limited number of moves you can do per level, and if you’re good at the game and you’re feeling competitive, you can check how you compare to other players via the leaderboard system.
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