6 Best Android Fighting Games in 2016

Fighting games is really Anti boring Game and today we have The Top 5 2016 fighting game which is really good and boom game every these games are really awesome in graphics also the moves is look good.

Real Steel and Real Steel World Robot Boxing

[Price: $0.99 with in app purchases and Free with in app purchases]
There are few things in life that are more enjoyable than watching machines duke it out.

The Real Steel series of games from Reliance Big Entertainment gives you the opportunity to beat up robots with other robots. The original title, Real Steel goes for $0.99 while World Robot Boxing is free. Both titles have in app purchases. The graphics are above average, the mechanics are easy to learn, and the games are just enjoyable.

Real Boxing

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
Real Boxing made its name as a Tegra-optimized game that includes really good graphics. There have been a lot of game play videos and coverage because it was a flagship title for things like the NVIDIA Shield series of products. It’s also a pretty decent fighting game. It tries to emulate a real boxing experience and considering that you’re playing this game on a touch screen telephone, it does better than you’d expect it to. There is boxing, character customization, and some other things. It’s free to download but beware because the graphics look best on Tegra devices which means they’re not quite as good on non-Tegra devices.

Blood & Glory and Blood & Glory: Legends

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
First up is a two-fer and it’s Glu’s Blood & Glory franchise. Both games feature gladiator style fighting that uses swipe and slash style mechanics. The graphics are pretty good in both titles the mechanics are easy to learn and understand. These titles are among the highest rated of any fighting game on this list and since they’re both free (with in app purchases), it won’t cost you anything to check them out. If you want the super gory version, you can pick up that version by clicking here. Click the button below to visit Glu’s developer page where you can find all three games.

Shadow Fight 2

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
Shadow Fight 2 is a unique fighting game in that there are no actual character graphics. Instead, you fight using silhouetted characters in colorful environments in a 2D-style fighting game. There are a bunch of moves and you can pull off some pretty fun stunts like running up walls and back flipping off of them. The controls require more finesse and timing than other fighting games so if you’re a button masher, you’re probably going to get stomped in this game. There are also RPG elements and a story line to play through which is more than most of these games will give you.

If we miss some games which we are not listed here, please comment.

And it’s all about action games but I recommend you to also check out the game below.

Best Android action game

Implosion – Never Lose Hope

Implosion – Never Lose Hope is a highly polished mobile game in terms of both graphics and gameplay. It’s a third-person action title that sees you slicing and dicing your way through hordes of enemies in the style of God of War or Devil May Cry.

You play as an armor-covered warrior equipped with a sword and a gun, dishing out damage to mutants across a variety of short and sweet locations. This game absolutely nails the controls and feel, working whether you want to button-mash, or build up combos with some more rhythmical strikes.

The graphics are as fantastic as you’ll find on the platform and the boss battles are often epic. You can play through the first few missions for free, but after that you’ll be required to buy it for US$9.99, which I think is entirely worth it.


And the: Best Android fighting game

Marvel Contest of Champions

Featuring some of the greatest Marvel characters ever, Marvel Contest of Champions is the Android brawler you’ve been waiting for. Battle your way through a variety of stages as you level up and unlock new characters in this epic quest.

It’s Marvel Contest of Champions’ control precision that makes this one of the best fighters out there. It feels incredibly fluid and responsive: simply swiping with your thumbs in different directions brings out a range of perfectly animated attacks, and there are no annoying on-screen controls to try to connect with.

You’ll have to be running a pretty modern device to play it smoothly, but if you’re itching to battle it out as some of your Marvel favorites, you need to check this out. It’s free in the Play Store, with in-app purchases.




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