We play games to relieve stress, have fun or even build our mental capacity. There are different kinds of games and each of them have their purposes and go their way to meet your gaming needs. Depending on your needs, you want a game that keeps you coming for more.
Board games are a type of digital game and the traditional versions have been long in existence since 3500 BC. Modern technology has been able to put these games on our smartphones and tablets making them easy to access and having better features. Here, we’ve pointed out 5 best of these board games for Android.
Best Board Games for Android
It is one of the good classic board games around. It is a board game where each player makes settlements on the board. Your role in the game is to ensure you have the longest road with the largest army. Other players have this goal and it is a competition. The resources you need are with numbers and are placed adjacent to each settlement. You can only secure the resources if the dice hits the number. Features that the game packs are online multiplayer, original board game rules, expansions (which can be gotten by in-app purchases) and more.
You get a polished version of the classic board game in Carcassonne. The look was recently improved with its release as 3D. As a player, you take turns in completing a project like roads, cities, and cloisters in this tile-based kingdom-building game. Upon getting to their turn, each player is allowed to drop a limited number of “meeple” on landmarks. The aim here is to get points once it has been completed. If you didn’t complete a road project by the end of the game, you still get a few points.
3. Brass (Cublo)
Designer Martin Wallace gave a nice looking visual of the game. Brass has the industrial era in England’s theme and requires players to build factories so that goods and commodities like cotton, coal can be manufactured. They are required to shop them and doing all these earn them points. You still have to borrow enough to breakeven and eventually get into a state of profit. Equipped with an AI component, you’d love the game.
Enjoy the world of cards as you play like Robinson Crusoe in this solo board game called Friday. Use your survival skills to secure your life in hazard conditions on a deserted island. One of the challenges you encounter in the game is in determining whether to trash cards or not at the right time so that you don’t waste them. Whenever you turn over a deck, you get to a higher level of difficulty. You can get addicted if you’re able to master the game and get through the difficulty.
5. Ticket to Ride
Ticket to Ride has players who are industrialists constructing railroads across North America. The aim of each player is to earn the highest point but the competitive edge there is that each player gets destination tickets, and finishing a route on the ticket helps them gain bonus points. If however, a player does not connect required route, points are subtracted by the end of the game. There’s also support for a variety of maps, including Europe, Switzerland, India, and others.