Dec 29 AT 2:24 PM Taylor Wimberly 52 Comments

My top 5 picks for Gameloft’s $0.99 Android Market sale

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Gameloft has some of the best paid Android games around and for the next week all of them will be on sale for only $0.99. The one exception is Modern Combat 3 that will only go on sale for 24 hours, so follow Gameloft on Twitter, Facebook or Google+ to find out when. There are a lot of old games thrown in the mix, so here are my top 5 picks.

1. Modern Combat 3

Modern Combat 3 is easily the best action game on Android. I’ve been playing it a lot over the holidays and it continues to surprise and entertain me with how awesome it is. Keep an eye out for when this one drops to $0.99.

 

2. 9mm

Fans of Grand Theft Auto will love this game, even though it plays more like Max Payne with a heavy focus on gun fights and slow motion bullet times. The single player campaign only took me a couple days to finish, but multiplayer mode extends the replay value. It earns the medium maturity rating that it received and reminds parents about the Android Market content filter settings.

 

3. N.O.V.A. 2

I was so pumped for this game last Christmas and I think it lived up to the hype when it finally landed on Android. The gameplay from the single player is fun, but I actually spent quite a bit of time on the multiplayer mode. You will need a fast connection and dual-core phone to keep up with action, but this is one of the few online FPS games that I have enjoyed.

 

4. The Adventures of Tin Tin

Gameloft just released The Adventures of Tin Tin to coincide with the release of the movie from Peter Jackson and Steven Spielberg. I haven’t seen the movie yet, but I just handed over my $0.99 to check out the game. Early reviews have been good and I’ve been looking for a new adventure style game to check out.

 

5. Order and Chaos Online

I’m not a huge fan of MMORPG games, but those that are seem to enjoy Order and Chaos Online. The game has a 4.5 rating on the Android Market mostly because of the continued support by Gameloft. The community has been steadily growing and Gameloft is working on an update that will allow Android players to join and compete with their iOS friends.

 

Which Gameloft games are your favorite? Let us know in the comments below.

Via: Gameloft

Source: Android Market

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