Top 3 hAndroid games review
Hey guys i am back.my exam is over now i am throughly back.lots of time i didnt post this blog..but today i will post a very interest thing its android game yeah top 5 android game of 2016-2017 these all game r very addicted to me. first let me show the game names.
guys here is the all fantastic game of 2016-2017
Time to short discribe of these game.
Brothers A Tale of Two Sons:-l
Brothers is presented from a third-person view overlooking the two brothers. The brothers are moved individually by two thumbsticks on the controller. The controller triggers also cause the respective brother to interact with the game world, such as talking to a non-player character or grabbing onto a ledge or object. The older brother is the stronger of the two and can pull levers or boost his younger brother to higher spaces, while the younger one can pass between narrow bars. The player progresses by manipulating the two brothers at the same time to complete various puzzles, often requiring the player to manipulate both brothers to perform differing functions (such as one distracting a hostile non-player character while the other makes their way around). Should either brother fall from a great height or get injured, the game restarts at a recent checkpoint. All of the in-game dialogue is spoken in a fictional language, thus the story is conveyed through actions, gestures and expressions.
The story begins with a boy named Naiee paying his respects at the tombstone of his mother, who drowned at sea while he remained unable to save her. His elder brother, Naia, calls him to help their ill father reach the village’s doctor, who in turn tells them the only way to save him is by collecting the waters from the Tree of Life. The brothers embark on their journey through the village, hills and mountains, while facing challenges like the local bully, a farmer’s aggressive dog, and deadly wolves. They also help others along the way – reuniting a friendly pair of trolls, saving a man attempting suicide, and aiding an inventor.
Long seen as the lesser alternative to EA Sports’ FIFA franchise, Konami’s Pro Evolution Soccer has seen something of a resurgence the past few years on the strength of its on-pitch play. Pro Evolution is a more realistic representation of how the beautiful game is played, but the rest suffers from dated design and lackluster production values, and that remains the case this year. It’s a is fluid and dynamic simulation on the field, giving you the animations, control, and tools to score a wide variety of goals, but has many caveats regarding licenses, poor menus, and visuals. It’s still worth playing if you can, as it offers a tangibly different take on the sport and you can score some sensational goals, but if you are only able to choose one soccer sim this year, I recommend the ambitious, redesigned FIFA 17$39.99 at Amazon. PES 17 is available on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, but I reviewed the PC game—which is graphically inferior to its current-generation console counterparts.
The Play’s The Thing
The “let the play do the talking” mindset is one held by many coaches, players, and clubs around the world, and appears to be Konami’s way of thinking, as well. PES 17’s on-field action is easily its biggest asset, something worth putting up with a number of annoyances to experience. Generally speaking, the intangible flow of the game feels right, with tightly zipped passes, realistic tussles for the ball, and some great animations as players stumble over a tackle and continue pursuing the ball. The pass tightness and player speed perhaps feel more arcade than sim, but the end product as a whole plays very logically. Attacks can stem from considered passing or fast counters, and seamlessly flicking the ball between players on the run is a common occurrence, resulting in beautiful goals. FIFA has a clearer pattern of what works and what doesn’t, while plays in PES 17 more readily develop more organically, and promote improvisation.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 does a lot right on the field in terms of gameplay, offering a fluid, fun soccer simulation that allows more expression than EA Sports’ FIFA 17 experience. There are some intangibles that come down to preference in terms of player control and game flow, but PES 17 edges FIFA on the natural fluidity on display. You’re making a lot of concessions for the on-field experience, though, including subpar production values, a lack of authentic team licenses, and clumsy menus. PES 17 can provide fun and some gorgeous team goals if you do have the time and money for both, but I recommend FIFA 17 without much hesitation, as it’s a more complete game with superior production values at every turn.
Asphlat xtreme:-Gameloft’s most recent dashing diversion, Asphalt Xtreme, has at long last left pre-enlistment and is currently accessible for download on the Play Store. The most recent passage in the Asphalt arrangement is principally made out of rough terrain races in gullies, mud, and sand hills.
There’s an assortment of prominent genuine autos in this amusement, including models from Jeep, Ford, Dodge, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. Altogether, the amusement has 35 autos in different shape variables including rally autos, trucks, surreys, and SUVs. You can assist alter vehicles with both execution and visual changes.
The above screenshots don’t generally do the amusement equity, as the design look much better in-diversion. I recorded a short piece of gameplay on my Nexus 5X to give you a thought:
The download for Asphalt Xtreme is north of 600MB, so you may need to clear some space on your gadget before giving it a shot. What’s more, it wouldn’t be a free versatile diversion without in-application buys, this time going from $0.99 to $99.99. In the event that you need to give it a shot, get it from the connection beneath.
Gangstar new orleans:-
Do you have what it takes to survive Hell on Earth?
Begin a desperate struggle to stand among the living in this bold action-strategy survival game. Find the last humans on Earth and train them in the art of survival as you wage war against the apocalypse. Build defenses to protect your camp from an army of raiders and battle against the living in online multiplayer missions. Kill leagues of undead walking the city as you begin fighting for the secret behind the infection that ended the world.