5 Badass FPS Games for Android: The Definitive List

First person shooter games is the popular kind of the video game genres. Everyone plays them and everyone loves them at least a little bit. FPS games for touch screen mobile devices has opened the floodgates for companies to put out tons of games that all have interesting and intuitive control schemes (for the most part). Now you can easily tap and shoot with the same satisfaction that a joystick gives you. But with all these FPS games what are the best FPS games for Android? Well, luckily we’ll give you our top five here on AndroidShock.

5. Deer Hunter 2014

Deer Hunter 2014 is an attractive, first-person hunting game where you go on the prowl to collect the funds to buy and upgrade new weapons. - Jason Stengren
While not a traditional FPS by any means, Deer Hunter 2014 still manages to be one of the more fun games I've ever played. I know that most people cast aside these "hunting" games but Deer Hunter 2014 is more than that. There are missions, tons of animals (of which some can attack and kill you), gorgeous visuals and has simple but great controls. If you are looking for something slightly more laid back but still fun to play and look at then Deer Hunter 2014 is your game.

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4. House Of The Dead Overkill: LR

Perhaps the best zombie shooter available in the Play Store today. - Abhimanyu Ghoshal
Zombies are in and making a second entrance to our list. The game is called House Of The Dead Overkill: LR and is perhaps one of the most fun and crazy on the rails zombie shooters out there. House Of The Dead Overkill: LR throws you in ridiculous and overwhelming zombie situations with some of the most creative levels I've seen (especially for a rails shooter) and plays over the top like a bad 80s D list movie...but I mean that in the best way possible. House Of The Dead Overkill: LR is gritty but in the good way and has tons of levels to keep you occupied.

3. Frontline Commando: D-Day

Frontline Commando: D-Day may feel a little dated, but it's still a solid shooter. - Evan Wade
So you have your zombie shooters and your just "fun" shooters but any best FPS game list needs to have at least one military "realistic" game on the list. This is where Frontline Commando: D-Day comes in which is the definition of don't judge a book by its cover. The cover of Frontline Commando: D-Day looks like a typical bland military based FPS but in reality it is one of the more fun FPSs available right now. While it does feel dated with some aspects it still has great visuals, lots of content and provides an interesting take on the "gallery" style FPSs.

2. Dead Trigger 2

One of the most polished and fun shooters ever to grace the Play Store. - Abhimanyu Ghoshal
Perhaps one of the most anticipated games of 2013 was Dead Trigger 2 and boy did it deliver with all the hype. What isn't there to love with Dead Trigger 2 honestly. It has zombies which when done right is absolutely awesome (and Dead Trigger 2 does it right), a new innovative control scheme that actually works, and just generally tons of great features and content. Everything about Dead Trigger 2 is well polished and glistening like a diamond. If you want perhaps easily one of the best games for Android ever then you need to download Dead Trigger 2 now.

1. Blitz Brigade Online FPS Fun

Blitz Brigade is an instant Android classic thanks in no small part to the PC classic it tries to emulate. Download it immediately. - Evan Wade
Want to play Team Fortress 2 on your Android device? Me too...while that right now isn't possible, Gameloft has tried to emulate that experience (whether you agree with that tactic or not) with their game Blitz Brigade. The similarities are uncanny with the same cartoony graphical look and character classes. With that being said, Blitz Brigade still manages to bring top notch gameplay experiences and has one of the best multiplayer systems on mobile yet. Essentially, while there is some blatant "copying" going on with Blitz Brigade it still is an amazing gaming experience.

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