Update: This selection has been updated, so you may recall some titles that are present in it. To make your browsing easier, below are the games that are part of the new article republished on January 9:
Unkilled (free) is an FPS game created by the same developers as Dead Tigger and Shadowgun. So you can wait for first-rate graphics, right? Sure. In it, you play the role of a soldier who survives a zombie apocalypse and tries to save the city from a new attack. The fights take place on the streets, involving weapons and other defensive objects, with excellent graphic details and immersive audio.
Unlike other games in the title, the player does not have to press the tale for shots to be fired, as weapons fire on their own whenever an enemy is encountered. This eliminates weapon control and gives the character focus because the user can control it better this way.
Each Unkilled mission lasts on average three or four minutes. Before each mission you will be able to test and select your weapons: pistols, machine guns, shotguns or knives, along with other special items such as missiles and adrenaline injections.
UNKILLED – Zombie Horde: Shooting and Survival
Implosion (free) is one of the best games in graphic terms. We can say that it is within the lead of titles that strive to bring the console experience to mobile. The goal here is to find out what is happening to the earth, which was abandoned by humanity a few years ago. The level of difficulty here is high even with the phases lasting around 10 minutes.
The player can count on the help of beings called Cada, who are characters who pass for an "extra force", since they know the earth the longest. As mentioned, the graphics have console quality, the track is fully immersive, and it is worth noting that there are in-game purchases.
You do not need to be familiar with the Samorost series to play the third edition of the game. In it, you complete puzzles and different types of tasks in the virtual world where the game is set. The game is one of the most different of our selection, also with amazing graphics, but the characters and the soundtrack are a separate case. In total there are nine worlds full of challenges and filled with different creatures and beings that can help the user to win each stage.
As stated, the stages are solved through puzzles, where the user needs to guess combinations by hints and signals scattered throughout the scenarios. The game costs $ 9.99 and does not have free-to-play mode.
Bullet Force (free) is a first person shooter that has graphics above average, or better, than those of Dead Trigger 2, for example. Your goal here is to fight enemies in scenarios that are based in urban cities. In total, the user can choose from 20 different soldiers, as well as customize over 40 weapons and defense objects.
One of the strengths of Bullet Force, as well as some titles on this list, is that it is possible to play it offline, ie without the need for internet connection. The graphics are good, so is the audio, but the game becomes more interesting when played with the headphones, where the user can have a more immersive experience.
Anyone who likes racing games will surely be more than pleased with the graphics of Dirt Xtreme. This game does not disappoint in many ways, apart from the graphics, as with the sound of engines and the customization of motorcycles. The workshop allows the bikes to be customized in various aspects such as engine power, colors, maneuverability and durability.
There is also an online mode where the user can play and challenge other players from around the world. It is worth an important caveat here, that with respect to domestic purchases that are well diversified. According to the developer, accessories and other add-ons can cost up to $ 600 in cash, meaning if you're not willing to go broke with a game, don't leave by clicking on everything available in the workshop.
Phases can be easily unlocked for free. At times, it is necessary to wait for a few hours until this happens.
This game will be no challenge for any Premium device, but it provides many hours of fun. It offers interesting and very well cared for platform experience. And in terms of gameplay, this title is as close as you can get to the same kind of console game.
The only downside is that, because it's free, we have the inevitable in-app purchases everywhere. There is no free lunch.
Real Racing 3
Many people criticize Real Racing 3 for its large amount of in-app purchases and they are still right. But it is also true that the game, despite being from 2013, still has one of the best graphic works on Android. It's a pretty heavy game (over 1GB), but it conquers racing fans thanks to its amazing offline mode.
Real Racing 3
Dead Trigger 2
The second episode of the popular "Mata-Zombies" in HD for Android requires high-performance hardware to function satisfactorily; But if you have this requirement and rotate the title on a high definition screen, the experience is impressive. Even those who don't like the "Aim and Shoot" style very much will surely enjoy the graphic work. When installing it, just remember that the game weighs 465 MB and also requires internet connection.
Dead Trigger 2 – Zombies FPS Survival Shooter Game
This fantasy HD game features one of the best graphic works for smartphones. Wild Blood brings elements from the legend of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table and injects them into a steel action game. Don't expect too much from the story, but the pictures will make you forget about it. After all, the title was developed using the Unreal Engine platform.
Walking war robots
Despite its unpromising name, Walk War Robots provides the best combination of beautiful graphics and good gameplay in its genre. It allows you to go online as a robot, in the midst of digital warfare and simply destroy your opponent with heavy machinery.
The game works in a 6 on 6 game, and the goal of course is to destroy the other robots or get the most flags at the end of each game. The only negative point is the absence of maps.
Modern Combat 5: Blackout
Running First Person Shooter (or FPS, if you prefer) games never equal on a phone compared to a video game or PC. But Modern Combat 5 comes very close. The controls are highly customizable and there are a lot of options and game types to try out, including a gigantic multiplayer.
The Story mode is not the most inspirational, especially if you compare it with some of its console competitors. But the graphic work makes up for this small flaw. Incidentally, in that regard, most of the video game representatives are also no masterpiece to tell the truth.
Modern Combat 5: FPS eSports
And you, which game with high resolution graphics is the favorite on your Android?
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