There are loads of great games available for Android, but it can be challenging to find the gems. Don’t worry we have done the hard work for you by playing through the most promising titles out there to compile this list of top 5 Android Games to play from this year.

HQ Trivia

HQ Trivia is a live trivia app that you play for real money same as you play various games from theedgepoker. The game goes live at 3 p.m. and 9 p.m. EST on weekdays and 9 p.m. EST on weekends. Each game averages around one million players, with prime time and weekend games regularly surpassing two million players. The game play is rather straight forward, you watch and play from your phone in real time against other players. The host throws down trivia questions which you must answer within ten seconds. If you want to be social in the game there's a live chat option present. You can cash out your prize money with a PayPal account.

PUBG Mobile

PUBG is a battle royale style game that pits you against up to 99 other players onto an island. Once they land, players scavenge for armor, weapons and other supplies in a last-man-standing match. However, to make sure you don't stay hidden in one place forever, the playing area on the map keeps shrinking every few minutes forcing players together as the game goes on. Like on desktop and consoles, you can choose to play the game solo, duo or as a squad. The best part of playing PUBG on android phone is that you can adjust the frame rate and screen resolution for the best experience.

Dragon Ball Legends

Dragon Ball Legends is basically a fighting game mixed with the card game. You and an opponent face off with your fighters and use special cards to unleash energy blasts or punches on your opponent, with the ultimate goal of having the last fighter standing. The game features several original characters created by Akira Toriyama like Goku, Vegeta, and others. Each of the characters is fully voice acted in both English and Japanese.

Asphalt 9: Legends

Asphalt 9: Legends is the 9th installment of the original Asphalt game which was released in 2004. In terms of what Asphalt 9 brings to the table, you will see improved visuals, new controls, and a new roster of cars and tracks. Pretty much what you'd expect from a new Asphalt game. The gameplay itself remains all about aggressive driving. Each of your cars has its own gas tank. When it's empty you'll need to use another car, wait for it to refill, or buy some more gas. Although the game is completely free to play you have the option of in-game purchases from your real money to speed up the progress.

Alto’s Odyssey

Alto's Odyssey is a simple endless runner game. This means that the game ends when you die. Game mechanics include side-scrolling, but this time, the titular character Alto is snowboarding through a desert. The graphics are stunning and the randomly generated scenery is all we needed to keep playing this soothing and chill game.
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