5 Android Games to Play on Chromebook

By April 15, 2018Chromebook, Games
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Which Android Games Can You Play on Your Chromebook?

You might think that having a Chromebook limits the number of games you can play and while this is partly true, it limits less than you might think! There are a number of games that are compatible with your Chromebook, especially since Chromebooks can run apps from the Google Play Store. Here are some super fun Android games that you can play.

1. Exploding Kittens

Exploding Kittens started as a physical card game on Kickstarter and was the brainchild of The Oatmeal. Soon after the campaign, the game was fully funded and continued to be backed up by fans so much that it became one of the most successful Kickstarter campaigns of all time. Thanks to this success, a digital version for Android was made as well, and it works on Chromebooks too.

The goal is to make sure you don’t draw an exploding kitten card and aim to compel the others plays to draw it. The person who draws an exploding kitten and doesn’t have a defuse card is out. The last one standing is the winner.

You can play against friends or random players. The game controls are simple – just click and drag a card to play it and the newest update also has a single player mode, so you can play against bots when you don’t feel like playing against other players. The base game costs just $1.99; expansion sets are also available.

2. Sonic the Hedgehog Classic

If you would love to take a trip down memory lane, this is a game for you. The once immensely popular game, Sonic the Hedgehog, is back. Take Sonic and race through the classic zones, collect rings, and spin the best loops while you are on a mission to save the world from Dr. Eggman.

The game is fully optimized for mobile devices and runs well on Chromebooks too. There are some new modes available, like the “Gotta Go Fast“ mode where you challenge yourself in Time Attack based mode, and there are new playable characters available as well, such as Tails and Knuckles.

3. Fallout Shelter

Those who have played the Fallout game series by Black Isle Studios and Bethesda Softworks are very familiar with Fallout Shelter. This is what Sim City would look like in a post-apocalyptic setting. Your goal is to build a bunker to accommodate a group of survivors that keeps growing and manage the bunker and survivors by assigning them jobs and providing them with various training, weapons, and outfits, all while making sure that they all get along well.

4. Alto’s Adventure

This is one of the best games you can play on your Chromebook. Developed by Noodlecake Studios Inc., Alto’s Adventure is an action-packed snowboarding odyssey that follows Alto and his friends as they journey through the hills, woodlands, ruins, and wilderness.

The game has a fluid, physics-based gameplay that will keep you glued to your Chromebook for hours. It’s easy to play but rather difficult to master, and you will spend hours mastering combos to max out your speed and points while trying to achieve all 180 goals.

5. Dark Orbit

Fans of science-fiction will enjoy DarkOrbit, which was released a while ago, and it had a bit of a rough start. Over time, however, the developers added more features, so the game at its current state is action-packed and fun, and provides a smooth gaming experience.

The Dark Orbit player base is huge, and you battle other players and take resources for your ships and weapons. You can choose one of three companies that compete for control and enjoy complex quests and customize your spaceships.

As you can see, there are plenty of Android Games that you can play on the Chromebook for better compatibility so you won’t miss out.