These are the Best Android Games in 2022

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10. Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2

Nostalgia is big business right now, but reworking old bliss rarely gives that original thrill.

9. Fall Guys

What happens when you combine the minigame frenzy of Mario Party with the battle royale, defeat-and-you-out pressure of Fortnite? Fall friends, that's it.

8. Microsoft Flight Simulator

Microsoft's Flight Simulator series has been the definitive virtual piloting experience for nearly 40 years, prompting many players to pursue real-world flight training while providing a taste of the skies.

7. Call of Duty: Warzone

A free add-on to 2019's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Warzone is a Fortnite-style battle royale shooter with enough original ideas to feel refreshing.

6. Ori and the Will of the Wisps

The much-anticipated sequel to Moon Studios' Ori and the Blind Forest does exactly as a sequel should, building on the foundation of its predecessor to create a more complex, more colorful, and larger world.

5. Animal Crossing

The unofficial game of springtime pandemic lockdown, Animal Crossing: New Horizons is the latest entry in Nintendo's long-running life simulator franchise.

4. Among Us

Deception is the name of the game in Us, a sort of digital clue in which you're tasked with taking out the traitors on your starship.

3. Last of Us Part II

The post-apocalyptic The Last of Us Part II takes a lot of big swings that will surprise, disappoint, and even anger many players - but they are thought-provoking risks.

2. Spider-Man: Miles Morales

When you think of Spider-Man, you might be thinking of a white man named Peter Parker.

1. Hades

So-called "rogue-like" games, which focus on difficulty, repetition, and repeated deaths, have been in vogue for the past decade, but Paatal Lok is the subgenre's highest peak yet.