The top 10 open world games available on Android

We've selected the 10 best open world games that you can play on Android. High-quality sandbox titles from all different genres.

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Every videogame that we know of follows a certain set of rules and norms that limit it. The same goes for open world games, but with a big difference: there isn’t one single path to follow until you reach the end. What’s more, many sandbox, if we want to narrow it down, don’t even need to have an end. Today we’re here to talk about the best open world titles on Android, with a list we’ve put together of our favorites. Not every open world game is a GTA clone; get ready for a good variety of genres on this list.

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Kingdom Quest: Crimson Warden

We’re extremely used to open world games due to the ample possibilities that MMORPGs give us. But here we wanted to highlight games that you can enjoy on your own and Kingdom Quest: Crimson Warden fits the bill. If you’ve played Gothic, then we’re sure this game will bring back some memories. Yes, its interface is too busy and the graphics look like a blast from the past. But that doesn’t negate the fact that it’s an excellent RPG that’ll remind you of the classics from the genre. [Download]

Kingdom Quest

Ultimate Car Driving: Classics

A car driving game? Don’t be so surprised. Burnout: Paradise and Need for Speed took the genre to a new level, and many games followed in their footsteps. This goes for mobile devices too, as Ultimate Car Driving: Classics demonstrates. Here you have a huge city to explore where you can try out different vehicles and complete tons of missions. We’ve made this selection specifically for the intense love of classic cars. [Download]

Ultimate Car Driving

Jurassic Survival Island: ARK 2 Evolve

We’ve already talked plenty about clones on Android, something that successful games don’t seem to be able to avoid. ARK: Survival Evolved has been hit hard and this Jurassic Survival Island: ARK 2 Evolve is our favorite “copycat.” Survival in a world full of dinosaurs. What more could we ask for? [Download]

Jurassic Survival Island

Captain Tom Galactic Traveler

Not all open world games have to color inside the same lines. That’s why we like to give a voice to small gems like Captain Tom Galactic Traveler, a gorgeous platformer where you give life to the planets you explore. Plus, your main mission includes recovering your lost cat, so the game really couldn’t have a better storyline. [Download]

Captain Tom Galactic Traveler

The Pirate: Plague of the Dead

Rum and roguery go hand in hand in this fun pirate game where you have to try to become the master of the seas. Get ready for a surprisingly in-depth battle system and a long list of missions to complete however you see fit. The possibilities are endless. [Download]

The Pirate

Mini DAYZ

Before the success of PUBG, Fortnite, and other trending titles, there was DayZ. An amateur mod that became a total phenomenon that’s left an enormous mark on the world of videogames. Mini DAYZ is a 2D version of the original game that comes with a ton of features. All this is packed in an app that’s 100% free and doesn’t even have IAPs. There’s no better way to experience the zombie apocalypse. [Download]

Mini DAYZ

West Gunfighter

This clone of Red Dead Redemption is sure to sound familiar from when we wrote about the best games set in the Wild West. There’s a reason we’re mentioning it for a second time. West Gunfighter is a great game. Duels at dawn, card games, horse races, and so much more. John Ford would be proud. [Download]

West Gunfighter

Shadows of Kurgansk

While most survival games are set in open worlds, we didn’t just want to have a list of all similar games. That’s why Shadows of Kurgansk earned a spot here for a few different reasons: an original setting based on the movie Stalker, its mix between RPG and survival, and the first-person perspective. Welcome to the Zone. [Download]

Shadows of Kurgansk

Gangstar Vegas

Although we try to make these types of lists with the most current games possible, there’s always a classic that deserves its place on the list. At this point, we’re not going to introduce Gangstar Vegas, but it’s worth mentioning that even today it’s still just as fun as ever. A must-have for fans of GTA and similar games. [Download]

Gangstar Vegas

High School Gangsters

October 17, 2006 was the day a game appeared, loaded with unfair controversy. Bully followed in the footsteps of GTA but set in a private school. It’s a great title that we basically revisit in High School Gangsters. This clone for Android doesn’t try to hide its references and could probably even be accused of plagiarism. But that doesn’t take away from the fact that it’s incredibly entertaining, successfully bringing the essence of the Rockstar title to mobile devices. [Download]

High School Gangsters

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