Whilst on a smaller device like a phone you might want casual games that are relatively simple, sometimes on a tablet you want that little bit extra. Here’s ten solid Android games for Tablets.
This isn’t your typical game. It’s critically acclaimed game play is based around a group of besieged adults and children coping with basic matters of life. It’s harrowing atmosphere and beautiful illustration style graphics are definitely best enjoyed on a tablet.
This beautiful platform puzzler plays better on a tablet than a phone. It’s probably one of the most well received Android games there is. Play the demo here.
Here’s a great game that really doesn’t play well unless you have a big screen. It’s terrible on a smartphone. This is regarded as THE singular best CRPG of all time. Period. It’s got compelling storylines, interesting NPC characters, and is well beyond the depth you find in most Android RPGs. It’s a must play.
One of the most highly regarded 3D third person RPGs in history. This is an engaging story and some truly difficult battles at the end. Like Baldur’s Gate EE, I played the heck out of this game. It’s also like a whole new take on the Star Wars Franchise.
Like many of the others here, far too decent looking, and deep in game play to be played on a phone. The Classic GTA third person sandbox shooter/driver, that is still very popular on all platforms. I like to ride motorbikes off cliffs. What about you?
Essentially an “escape the room” puzzler, these beautiful games really do engage the brain, and look stunning on a tablet. Packed with logic puzzles, riddles, hidden objects -you’ll be captivated by the room series.
Like a lot of great games on Android, this one is a Windows port. It doesn’t play too well on a phone, but plays great on a tablet. Hours of strategic RPG combat game play fun are to be had with this AAA title.
It’s a classic third person top down RPG, with a dash of humour. It’s deep story wise, nice looking, and has console like touch controls. If you’ve played a lot of RPGs you’ll find this RPG fantasy satire especially amusing.
Okay so maybe you don’t want intensely engaging all the time? Leo’s fortune is an attractive puzzle platformer that is a delightful time waster. And why waste graphics like this on a smartphone?
This beautiful hand rendered puzzler will engage you with its puzzles and its unique atmosphere. Its modelled after the old “point and click” genre, although that doesn’t really fit with a touch screen 😛 The game is very intricate, and visual and it is perfect for a tablet.