Best Open World Game For Android.

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I just played 30 open-world games to bring you my favorite list of open-world games. It took me around 2 months to do it.

These type of games is always about freedom of roaming in the vast sandbox world. Some of the games are free and some are paid.

There are lots of ways through which you can get these paid games for free. So, Let’s start.

Gangstar New Orleans

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Play one of the best open-world action games in New Orleans. You will find all the equipment to become a real Gangster with hundreds of cars, an insane arsenal, intense action, and full free exploration of this vast region.

Powerful gangs, corrupt cops, and even priests from Voodoo hide in the Bayou streets.  You’re Gangster’s least popular of all! rule the underworld and make the Big Easy all your criminal property… through every appropriate means.

Free roam, enjoy and dive deep into story missions in the diverse city neighborhoods of New Orleans: from French Quarter to slums to enigmatic bayou. Each area have its own unique actions

Feel the incredible soundtrack and Console quality graphics of Gangstar New Orleans as you experience the action-packed environment of the city.

Buy and develop your own private island into the perfect residential complex!Showcase your condo, range of automobiles and luxurious boats. create quick escape paths and helipads!

Why play –

  • Build your own private island
  • Massive open worlds at your hands
  • Great graphics
  • Hundreds of guns to play with
  • Make your own gang
  • Defend your gang and raid others

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

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I am pretty sure that you saw it coming. It’s GTA dude. I have to add it. One of the best open-world games out there and many other games has copied GTA’s feature

Five years ago, in Los Santos, a town torn apart because of gang violence, crime and corruption, Carl Johnson fled the stresses of life. Where celebrity and wealthy people do all they can to stop dealers. 

Carl must go home. His mother was murdered, his family was killed, and his close friends were headed for a tragedy.

In his return to the city, he got framed for murder by several crooked cops. CJ is forced to ride across the entire state of San Andreas and save his family and to take over the streets.

Rockstar Games delivers the greatest launch to the mobile market, but with a massive open-world scene covering the State of San Andreas and its three major cities, Los Santos, San Fierro, and Las Venturas.

Why play- 

  • The best open world game.
  • Great storyline.
  • Epic cheat codes
  • Great characters
  • Fun missions
  • You will get lost in the beauty of city
  • Property available for purchase

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City

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One of the favorite games of my childhood. Playing this game reminds me of the 1980s. In this game you play as Tommy Vercetti, the guy who was just paroled out of the prison and joins the emerging criminal gang in vice city. Just like every GTA game you can create your own empire by stealing any type of vehicle like cars and tanks, fighting the drug dealers, scaring businessmen and killing anyone who comes in your way.

Lots of twists and turns in the story. Activities are a little bit limited as compared to san andreas but every part of GTA has its own fun. 

The graphics look outdated. Textures are boring and human characters look like coloured smooth cube boxes. There is also a positive side of this. The game runs pretty smooth on a majority of android devices.

I found the controls a little complicated. There are lots of onscreen buttons. But the controls are quite responsive and fast.

Why play –

  • Great story
  • Run smoothly
  • Colorful city
  • Lots of weapons
  • 90s cars

Six-Guns: Gang Showdown

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 Six-Guns by Gameloft is a freemium game. This game is inspired by the Red Dead Redemption-inspired.  In this game, you play Buck Croshaw, a criminal in the wild west who is on the run and ends up fighting vampires and witches.

You’re Buck Crosshaw, a fugitive who is expected to fake his own death and to flee Arizona. Once there he encounters a “old, evil power,” which seems primarily to consist of the witches and the undead.

You’ll gain coins after every mission, but mostly you’ll spend coins to upgrade your equipment immediately. The game is composed of 18 guns and 8 horses, and every upgrade will charge you coins or Sheriff stars (the sheriff star is the second real money currency of the game). Other enhancements, such as fitness boosts and accessories, can be purchased at reasonable cost.

Why play –

  • Massive wide-open wild west to roam
  • Fight with undead
  • Fancy horses
  • Gang showdown

Gangstar Vegas

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Just like any typical gangster games, Hero meets a guy. Guy pays the hero for a MMA dive. Hero wins the match unintentionally anyway. Hero keeps spending the most of his lifetime running. You are Jason Malone, who is trying to make himself a reputation in Vegas. You have to do everything you can to clear your name, even though that implies dirty deeds.

As you progress in the game, you will see the vast world unfold before your eyes, displaying  areas to discover, steal or otherwise destroy. Finishing quests enable your player to upgrade the character or weapons to make him the most dangerous gangbanger ever to sail across Sin City’s streets.  But make sure you keep a low profile. Otherwise the army will leave the woodworks and hunt for a proverbial picture for Malone’s head.

Why play –

  • Cool weapons
  • Great side quests
  • Aliens and zombies
  • Gang wars


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The game starts with your mother (who doesn’t like you) and her new lover dumps you to the academy before they go on to enjoy their honeymoon. From there, the game teaches you the basics quickly and introduces the main group of characters that comprises the traditional headteacher, Dr. Crabblesnitch, and Gary and Petey, your two classmates. It soon becomes obvious that Bully is Grand Theft Auto, however without vehicles. 

Movement is quite similar, fighting feels extremely identical, completing a task, seeing a short scene, then having to go somewhere, confronting someone, finding something, or doing some similar things. It may sound like a bad thing, but I really like the simplicity of it. If you have grasped the different aspects of GTA, you will be in the world of Bully right at home.

Of course, you have to go to classes, as well. The regular loops that you are going through always make you sound if you are at school, even if you may get a limited trail of tasks to perform to progress the plot, you really need to attend different classes at particular periods. It may involve stopping what you do, and bringing arse through campus to college in time, until you re-start some nuisance. School participation is a type of mini game that you will have to play.

Why play –

  • Feels like playing GTA in school
  • Fun story
  • Hilarious missions

Crazy Taxi Classic

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You’re operating a cab. random people will ask you for a ride. You take them to their desired location, completely missing trivial issues like speed restrictions, roads and people — before time is up. The quicker you drive, the more passengers you will bring until the game finishes. The real driving aspect is a bit more involved than that. Proper gear-shifting and timely acceleration can have an insane speed blast. Like in many racing games , players can do Wild Drift into tighter turns that help maintain traction.

Although you don’t have to master controls to play the game, if you plan to complete the Crazy Box challenges which will challenge your abilities and stretch your stamina.

I know Crazy Taxi, and the excitement isn’t gone. Neither is it actually a game over time. There is definitely a small demand for arcade racing games that happily disregard physics for wild speeding and bumper-car action.

Why play-

  • Fun, easy and addictive
  • Remastered for mobile devices
  • 16 mini games

Gangstar Rio: City of Saints

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Gangstar Rio: Saints city is a game that both fascinated me and left me nervous a bit. It’s impressive that the visuals and overall gameplay are well crafted. The uncreative plot and the needless, offensive language and content left a really poor taste in my mouth.

The city is a sandbox to all sorts of malicious acts. Seeing a car? Love it? then steal it . Do you hate seeing someone? Fight them with your bare hands or shoot them with weapons. Take a war with them. More criminal your character, Angel, is involved, the better his expected ratings rise, police will quickly be on the brink of attempting to get him down. Between the plot and the given tasks, you can pick up alternate side quests to earn some money and obtain experience.

Controls are like any other Gameloft title. I had no really difficult time controlling the joystick and other buttons on the screen. It took longer to adjust to driving, but there are multiple control formats open, so I only would have to experiment with each design to find a good match.

Features –

  • Weird weapons like explosive football
  • Lots of missions
  • Zombies
  • Cool vehicles like monster trucks

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