You can find an enormous collection of action games for Android on the Play store but finding the best one is like finding a needle in a haystack. So here, we have compiled a fresh some of the best action games for Android that you can install in 2019.
Some of the best action games of 2018 have also made their way into this list just because they are crazy good. This lists also contain some of the apps with in-app purchases but trust us when we say they are worth every penny of your money; we mean that.
After numerous playing hours and careful filtering, here are our best action games for Android that you can download today.
Shadow of Death
- Smooth fighting moves
- Beautiful dark theme in the game
- Runs offline
- Online playing mode also available
- Fights are too short
- Only two playable modes
In this game, you get to choose from the cast of four shadow knights that have different play styles. Then you have to venture into the shadow world to slash and cut the shadows of your enemies with your merciless blade.
It also has an inventory system for further customization. Besides changing your appearance, you can also learn a certain skill set. You can also battle with other players in the online mode, making the game even more sensational.
- Multilayered combat system
- Easy to pick up fighting
- Great graphics
- Art design within the game doesn’t feel so good
- The script is sometimes non-sensical
It is the sequel to the award-winning game Injustice: Gods among us and if you enjoyed the first game, you will love this one. Injustice 2 features more fantasy fight match-ups between your favorite heroes and villains from the DC Universe.
You can unlock new heroes and build your ultimate team, and you battle in 3 vs. 3 fights. You can also swipe between fighters whenever needed. It starts with Batman, Joker, and Harley Quinn but you get to unlock a ton of other characters too.
It is one of the best actions games for android, and yet, it is free to play. You can manage the stamina bar, collect and spend coins. Though there are in-app purchases too, there is also a lot of fun even if you choose not to perform those purchases.
Mortal Kombat X
- Great Visuals
- Easy controls
- Limited attacks
- Weak gameplay
When it comes to fighting games, Mortal Kombat X undoubtedly tops the list of best action games for Android. The game’s version for Android successfully replicated the immersive experience that it offered on the console gameplay.
The campaign mode in Mortal Kombat X is excellent, it offers other game modes as well, including a Quest Mode where you can send your Mortal Kombat fighters on epic quests to gain rewards.
The iconic characters, over-the-top moves, and brutal fatalities, all boil down to a visually stunning experience in Mortal Kombat X. There is plenty of bloody violence in the game, all of which is captured with stunning details.
Brothers in Arms 3
- Bluetooth capability
- Amazing graphics and audio
- Great storyline
- Huge additional data download
This game will provide you with enough shooting and action, all set in the World War era. The graphics are dashing with an added touch of cinematic visuals and tons of action.
The best thing about this game is that unlike other action games for Android, its controls are quite unique and easy to master. Adding to this, there is very little clutter on the screen so you won’t confuse the controls while playing the game.
Though single-player mode is excellent, it also has a multiplayer mode that has two formats and four different maps to play on. You can also upgrade your weapons as you advance in the game.
- All the console fortnite fun on your android
- Cross platform support for purchases
- Gameplay is laggy
- Lacks optimization
- Graphics don’t look great
- No bluetooth support
The most popular game in the world is now finally available on Android but you can find it in the Play store. You’ll have to go to the Epic Games website to download it.
For those who are not familiar, Fortnite is a battle royale-like game, just like PUBG mobile. It’s full of strategic movement and real-life-like gameplay. However, in Fortnite, you will have to master building structures to truly compete with the best — but even if you don’t, it’s still a fun time.
Dragon Ball Legends
- Probably the only fighting game with portrait orientation support
- Treat for anime lovers with all the popular characters and great fighting styles
- Special card based attacks and Rising Rush attacks
- Lacks offline mode
The famous anime series has had its own game for a long now, and it’s been gaining popularity over time and now has finally made it to the best action games for Android in 2019.
The game is a lot of fun, especially if you’re a Dragon Ball fan, and it sees you fight through a series of different levels, collecting abilities and characters along the way. One of the exciting things is that the game is built to play in portrait mode so that it can easily be played on the go and you don’t have to tilt your phone sideways
Into the Dead 2
- Wel produced cutscenes
- Amazing zombie shooter survival
- Controls work well
- Bombarded with purchase offers
This one is another game that has sneaked its way into this list from our previous one. The reason for that it is the most realistic depiction of a zombie apocalypse.
The whole point of the game is to escape the zombies and kill them using your weapons only when necessary. That’s because you won’t have a plethora of options in terms of weapons. It has some gorgeous visuals and easy-to-master controls that get you pretty hooked up.
- Smart Visual and effects
- Spot on controls
- Levels are similar
- Feels like a blend of different games
Besides being one of the best actions games for Android, Xenowerk might be the simplest one on this list too. You’ll love the on-the-point approach of this game
In Xenowerk, you play as a lone soldier who scouts five different facilities crawling with all sorts of gruesome and bloodthirsty aliens. All you need to do is follow the maps on each level and once you spot an alien’s heat signature, just move, aim and shoot.
The game uses a top-down view into the various levels you’ll be playing in, and while the controls are easy, they are undoubtedly different from what you’d expect in a shooter game