Not everyone wants to commit hours of their day to playing games on their phones. That’s why casual games exist! These games have proven wildly successful, championed by iconic mobile games such as Angry Birds and Candy Crush Saga. They’re designed to be played on the go and at your own pace — as laid back or competitive as you want.
Most casual games are free, offering in-app purchases and some ads. Some may cost you a dollar or two, but they’re worth it. We’ve collected some of our favorites from the past, along with some newer games that are great to keep on your phone for a little gaming break during your day. It should come as no surprise that you’ll find quite a few of these on our list of best Android games.
AI Factory Limited games
AI Factory Limited pushes out the traditional games a lot of us grew up on — chess, checkers, backgammon, and so on — but it does so in great ways. AI’s chess, for example, is my go-to chess game on Android, and I’ve had it installed on my phone for many years. I’m featuring their library here because, frankly, the games are so good that’s it hard to pick just one.