Android has witnessed some of the best titles to come out this year like Fortnite, Alto’s Odyssey or Stardew Valley. Looking forward, we’re expecting more exciting titles from famous developers like Gamevil Butterscotch Shenanigans and especially Blizzard Entertainment. This list below consists of 10 best games that would definitely hype us up in the near future.

Human: Fall Flat

Human: Fall Flat first appeared on PC in 2016, way before its appearance on consoles. It's a puzzle title with platformer elements. Thanks to Curve Digital and 505 Games, we’re getting the game on Android devices.

To begin with, take control of Bob, an ordinary human being. Next, you need to guide him through a series of dangers, surprises and puzzles throughout his dreams. At the moment, no further information is available about Human: Fall Flat. However, it appears that the game won’t be free and you’ll need to spend your bucks.

Here’s the gameplay trailer of it.

Forza Street

The original Forza series is getting a new title into its franchise: Forza Street. From Turn 10 Studios, Microsoft, Forza Street is a free racing game that already showed up on Windows 10 and will soon be heading to Android.

It’s your objective to win events, earn points to upgrade cars or buy a new one for your collection. Moreover, unlike the previous Forza Motorsport series, Forza Street aims at only casual gamers for a more arcade-like experience.

Forza Street is all about timing! It takes time to master the art of pressing gas, brake and boost to overtake your opponents. Check out this short trailer to learn more about it.


Get ready to take the role of Pimm, a hamster with his own noble mission. The beautiful and peaceful city of Hamsterdam is now filled with Marlo Tonic, led by the evil Marlo and his Vermin gang. They also kidnapped Pimm’s grandpa, who was a master of hamster-fu.

It’s your mission to save the city of Hamsterdam and rescue your dear grandfather. You can customize Pimm's outfits as well as accessories and head downtown using a scooter. Hamsterdam launched with massive help from crowdfunding. Sign up now to know when the game goes live. Here’s a quick trailer to show entertaining Hamsterdam is.

Bad North

Bad North by Plausible Concept and Raw Fury is a strategy game with incredibly beautiful and minimalist graphics. In the game, you’ll be a prince that must protect your island from the Vikings at any cost.

As a matter of fact, positioning is vital in Bad North. Controlling an entire army, you must deploy them quickly and correctly to be victorious. Also, it’s important to know when to keep fighting and when to retreat. After beating a level, you’ll move on to the next one, on a new island with new layout.

At the moment, Bad North is already on Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch. Next stop, Android! Now, let's take a quick look at the game, shall we?


H1Z1 is a game in the battle royale genre, just like PUBG or Fortnite. You and 150 others jump off an airplane start searching for guns and supplies to take down opponents. The play zone shrinks as time passes by, getting players closer and closer to each other.

H1Z1 has millions of devoted gamers who play it every day. The game is currently and will probably be free forever . It’s available on both PC and PS4, with a mobile version under development. Here’s the launch trailer on PS4.

Project Cars GO

This title is a mobile spin-off of a famous racing game Project Cars on PC, PS4 and Xbox One, PS4. This version brings up many cool cars alongside loads of customization.

Project Cars Android
Project Cars made a name for its authentic racing experience, and that’s definitely what the mobile version aims for.

So far, Project Cars has sold more than two million copies around the world, which is very impressive. About the mobile version, Slightly Mad Studios and Gamevil are working hard on it, aiming for a promising debut.

Diablo Immortal

Blizzard Entertainment announced Diablo Immortal back in Nov 2018. Story-wise, Diablo Immortal takes place between Diablo II and Diablo III. Archangel Tyrael was thought to be dead, while the Worldstone broke into various fragments. From those Worldstone segments, ancient evil creatures arise and desire to take control of the land using the stone’s power.

Six classes are available to choose from, each one to have its own skills set. You’ll be exploring Diablo Immortal using either Barbarian, Wizard, Monk, Demon Hunter, Crusader or Necromancer. Brace yourselves to come across unique creatures that made their first appearance in all Diablo titles. Play Store already listed the game but the official release date isn’t available just yet. Here's the Google Play trailer of the game.


Butterscotch Shenanigans is the developer of Levelhead. Being a 2D platformer, Levelhead lets you make levels and share to everyone. There are more than 60 elements available to use, from hazards, enemies, paths, secrets to switches and power-ups.

You can play single player campaign all by yourself or in a group of maximum 4 people. Not just to Android, Levelhead is coming to iOS, PC and Nintendo Switch as well. Watch the announcement trailer of it as below:

Impossible Bottles

Impossible Bottles is considered a rhythm game. You are a genius who wants to invent something to provide endless energy to the world. Powering you is robots with electricity streams that must be tapped in sync with the ongoing music. Here’s how it looks like in-game:

Be careful, the smallest mistake can destroy all the robots and lead to global blackout. Impossible Bottles features 10 robots, an easy tapping gameplay and a collection of electronic tracks to match each machine.

Impossible Bottles Android
Impossible Bottles should come out this summer, although the exact date is still an uncertainty.

Payday: Crime War

Payday, the extremely popular first-person shooter is heading to Android. This particular title is a team-based one with multiplayer feature. In Payday, one team becomes the criminals, trying to rob something while the other becomes the SWAT team to stop it. One team takes on the role of criminals trying to perform a robbery.

A maximum number of 8 players can play at the same time. Keep progressing further and you might obtain new weapons as well as in-game abilities to use. Overkill Software already made a website for the game, claiming its upcoming release coming soon. However, what the public wants now is definitely an exact release date, isn’t it? Let's take a look at the game's trailer together:

All in all

These are our best suggestions for the worthiest upcoming Android games to check out. 2019 will surely be an amazing year for Android and mobile gaming with many amazing titles to come, so stick around for more future updates.