As a gamer, we grow up with some of the finest games in early age. Would you sometimes want to go back to the good old days when games were scarce and of high quality? Here are the 9 classic PC games you can try on an Android phone.

1 – Carmageddon

Would you care to go for a ride ... against humanity?

With 2000s-ish graphics, Carmageddon is a combination of car and Armageddon, racing and crashing people. Worry not, there is no cop in Carmageddon to write you a speed fine.

Nothing against humanity but actually, in Carmageddon, crashing into people even earns you more points. While involving gore and was actually banned in many countries, Carmageddon was pretty popular at its time.

The game is now free on Google Play Store for free. It is exactly like what you remember, if not better and smoother.

2 - The Grand Theft Auto III Series

Do you fancy playing a classic game of GTA? You can now play it on an Android phone

One of the most successful game titles ever, the GTA series has also released its own version on Android. You can choose among Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, GTA III, and GTA: San Andreas. Isn’t enjoying the favorite open-world game on Android when laying back on your bed a good idea?

Each iteration sticks to its own version on PC. However, the gameplay on Android may differ a bit as you control using a touch screen and not a mouse and keyboard. Occasional problems may occur at some point but nothing is too serious.

GTA III and GTA: Vice City are currently priced at $4.99 (₹366) while GTA: San Andreas carries the price tag $6.99 (₹499) on Google Play Store.

3 - XCOM: Enemy Within

You can now relive the good old days with XCOM with a mobile version

XCOM series is among one of the earliest popular games on PC. Starting with X-COM: UFO Defense in 1994, the XCOM series has evolved after 2 decades into a popular series on multiple platforms.

XCOM: Enemy Within is a real-time strategy (RTS) game in which you are tasked with saving the Earth from an alien invasion. The game is indeed a great expansion/sequel to the previous mobile game XCOM: Enemy Unknown.

The latest XCOM series game is XCOM 2: War of the Chosen. However, the game only supports PC and Console platforms and no mobile version is available.

XCOM: Enemy Within is up for grab on Google Play Store at $4.99 (₹366)

4 - The 7th Guest: Remastered

A classic point-and-click game on Android, why not?

The 7th Guest: Remastered is a puzzle point-and-click genre game where you need to survive the night in a haunted house.

While the visual part reminds you of the 2000s age games, The 7th Guest: Remastered is actually content rich with its compelling way of telling a story and good soundtracks.

With roughly 2 hours of game time, the game is quite decent for its price and the content it delivers.

The 7th Guest: Remastered is on Google Play Store at $3.99 (₹285)

5 - Doom and Doom II

You can also play the classic Doom on an Android device

First airing in 1993 on MS-DOS, Doom is arguably one of the founding FPS games in the world of video games. As we all know how popular FPS games are nowadays, being able to experience one of the first FPS games on your Android is a great joy.

For those who feel unfamiliar with the game, Doom is an FPS game series where you traverse a cursed world plagued with monsters. Along your journey, you can arm yourself with various weapons to eliminated such hostile creatures.

Now you can relive the good old days with Doom and Doom II on Android. Both games are available on Google Play Store with a price tag of $4.99 (₹366)

6 - Dragon’s Lair

An interactive game and a fun story to see, Dragon's Lair is decent for its price

Released in 1983, Dragon’s Lair is the oldest game on the list. The game tells a story about a knight entering a castle to save a pricess. However, the castle is haunted with spirits and traps laid out. Though the animation is impressive like that of a cartoon, the movement in the game is limited.

The game is much more like an interactive game where you navigate your hero through various challenges. With simple controls of going up or down, left or right, your choice decides the fate for your hero as he may end up crashing into a wall. Worry not, you can always start over in each stage.

You can try Dragon’s Lair and its sequel Dragon’s Lair 2 on Google Play Store at $4.99 (₹366) for each game.

7 - Max Payne Mobile

An intriguing series with its own unique story, Max Payne is available on Google Play Store

The third-person perspective game is highly valued for its intriguing gameplay. The series has released multiple game sequels and two movies with decent success.

Max Payne is a good cop who is framed for alleged murder and had to run under the radar until he can clear his name and bring everything to light. Who set him up and killed his entire family?

The great game is now available on Google Play Store at $2.99 (₹213)

8 - Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition

One great RPG game during the early stage of gaming, Baldur's Gate is now available on Android

Baldur’s Gate is one of the earliest RPG games on PC back in 1998. With simple graphics yet intriguing gameplay, Baldur’s Gate has told a good story of a hero who traverses the land to unveil the mysteries behind an iron crisis.

Battle against various monsters while collecting gears and resources, the game is arguably one of the first dungeon crawlers in the world.

Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition is available on Google Play Store with a price tag of $9.99 (₹713)

9 - Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic

You can experience a part of Star Wars from the perspective of a mobile game

We are no stranger to the famous Star Wars series. However, do you fancy playing a game of Star Wars on an Android phone to experience the series from a different aspect?

You can now play Star Wars: Knight Of The Old Republic on Android with $9.9 (₹713)