Google may do many things right, but its Play Store is kind of a dumpster fire. Reviews and ratings there are spammed, bought, and gamed mercilessly. So when you want to find a new Android game and go searching for it there, you can forget drawing any useful information on reviews. Every two-bit garbage game has five-star reviews and a million positive comments from bots who all say the same five things. What's an Android gamer to do? Well, you have to turn to personal peer reviews like the one I'm about to do here. These, in my experience and judgment as a long-time Android gamer, are the top games of all time worth recommending. Now, I have a few standards for these recommendations:
Free is better than paid
Ads should be kept to the minimum.
Paid content should be optional, reasonable, and not required to play.
Paid games should give lots of bang for the buck.
Without further ado (because we don't have space for much doing with a list like this), here's Penguin Pete Trbovich's…
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