The Best Android Games Part 2: Your Android TV Box Cloud Gaming Guide

In our last post, we introduced you to the world of cloud gaming platforms to try on your G-Box Q3. Now we’ve chosen our top 5 games that we recommend for everyone to get their game on. Whether you’re a gamer who likes first-person shooters, sports or want to pass the time -we’ve got you covered. Now that you own the best Android Box, check out our list and stream it from the cloud to your G-Box. 

1. Fornite: Battle Royale

If you didn’t think we weren’t going to put Fortnite on the list think again! This game has taken over the internet and the streets with crazy dance moves. If you don’t know, Fortnite: Battle Royale is a massive online FPS game where up to 100 players are fighting for the #1 spot. With over 10 million players since its release, you can see why this game has transcended into the streets as a meme with the famous Fortnite dances. You can stream this game on the cloud or play it on literally any console. The best part is, it’s free!

2. Shadow Warrior

Shadow Warrior is a slice ’em and dice ’em action game that stars, “Lo Wang”, a ninja who fights through hordes of demons. Lo Wang is an assassin who works for a powerful financier named, Orochi Zila. Wang was sent to retrieve an ancient katana from a collector named, Mizayki, for 2 million dollars but the deal went awry. Wang tries to take the sword by force and Miyazaki dies in the process. Wang ends up befriending a demon named Hoji, who explains that the ancient sword actually has three parts, which leaves Wang to go on a quest to find all three. This game isn’t for the faint of heart for those that can’t stand the sight of blood. Shadow Warrior is rated M for mature.

3. Snow

Snow is a snowboarding and skiing game in an open world environment. Players can compete 1 V 1 or against their friends online. The environment is really interactive as players can maneuver different routes or collect discoverable items. Players can edit their environment and add jumps or rails throughout the map. You can also customize your character with fresh gear from popular sports brands. Hit the slopes on any major console or on the cloud.

4. Brawlhalla

Brawlhalla is a free-to-play fighting game for all platforms. Imagine Super Smash Bros., but starring cool and unique fantasy-like characters and the goal is the same. Players must knock opponents off the stage by damaging each other repeatedly until there is one player left. During matches, weapons fall from the sky randomly and can be picked up by players. Weapons like bows, scythes, hammers, gauntlets, axes, and more. The game is available offline or online. Competitive players can compete in 1 V 1 matches or massive online games and climb the ranks globally.  

5. Batman: The Telltale Series

Enter the mind of Batman and Bruce Wayne. In this point and click adventure, you will clean up the city of Gotham and face different scenarios as either Batman or Bruce Wayne. The game is set a few years after Wayne decides to become Batman. This gives the player the freedom to choose their own narrative without being tied to an established narrative. The game introduces an exciting feature called, crowd play, where players from different platforms can watch and participate in the gameplay. Be the hero the city deserves and save it from Gotham’s Children of Arkham.

Cloud Gaming For All

Learn how you can play these games featured in this week’s post from our last article about the best Android cloud gaming platforms. There’s a game for everyone and the best way to access it anywhere is on the cloud. Choose a platform that works for you. In this post, you can find all these games available on Stay tuned for our next cloud gaming article as we let know about the coolest games people are playing today.


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