Mobile games have come a long way since the days of Tiger Electronics. A few years ago, watches with games looked new, but developers are now taking smartwatch games seriously. We considered the best titles for Wear (formerly Android Wear, then Wear OS) and chose this year’s recommendations based on graphics, player engagement, and overall enjoyment.
- Wear Droid:
Wear Droid has 3D graphics that look great on your smartwatch screen. Based on a similar game called Perfect Droid, players test the robot under the direction of a crazy professor. It’s essentially a collection of mini-games, but the real fun is unlocking new robots as you progress. There are no in-game purchases, so you can get the entire game for $ 0.99.
Tilt is the most innovative motion control wear game ever. Based on the classic wooden toy maze where players have to guide metal balls through the maze, this playtest game requires the use of both smartphones and smartwatches. When you look at the clock through your mobile phone’s camera, you can see the game board and tilt your wrist to navigate the ball.
- PetQuest Virtual Pet:
If you missed the digital pet epidemic of the 1990s, PetQuest Virtual Pet is for you. Choose from virtual dogs, cats and reptiles and raise your pet as you teach new skills and talents. As your digital friends get smarter, new activities will be unleashed. The game’s emotional feedback system connects you to your pixel buddies.
- Tic Tac Toe:
Tic Tac Toe is a classic, and this easyware version makes it even more portable and easy to play. Select solo mode if you are killing time alone, or battle mode to take on the challenger. These games are free to download and use.
- Lifeline 2:
Lifeline 2: Bloodline is a sequel to the popular text RPG developed by 3 Minute Games. In this adventure game, you’ll accompany a woman named Arica seeking revenge on her family. You tell her where to go and what to do, and she will contact you if she encounters a problem or needs further guidance. The game has a narrative style, and gameplay is like exchanging text messages with someone. Lifeline 2: Bloodline downloads for $ 0.99 and has no ads or in-app purchases.
- Infinity loop:
With over 10 million users playing Infinity Loop, it is the title with the highest number of Wear downloads. This superbly simple puzzle game will challenge your brain without frustration. Designed to allow people to relax while waiting at a bus stop or clinic. There are no timers on the level, so you won’t lose and you can pause or continue the game without losing progress.
- Bugdroid land:
Bugdroid Land doesn`t cover that it is a knock-off of Flappy Bird proposing all your preferred Android mascots. Instead of piloting Faby via Super Mario-fashion sewage pipes, you manual Bugdroid via an impediment path of massive cats, lollipops, and Oreo cookies. Previous variations of this sport had been blanketed as Easter Eggs on Android gadgets because 2014.
- 2048 for android:
2048 for Android Wear is a free and simple puzzle game where you need to connect similar tiles to form a new tile until you reach 2048 tiles. It’s a great waste of time to relax and at least put a little strain on your brain, but after defeating the first quest, you may be anxious for a more challenging level.
- Wear maze:
Wear Maze is an amazingly challenging and fun game that adds a smartwatch twist to the maze genre. Instead of dragging your finger through the maze, tilt your wrist and use your watch’s accelerometer to move. Be sure to dive in as there are 25 levels in this free game, each of which is more challenging than the previous level.
- Bubble shooter:
Bubbles are a little unlikely, but a genre of games that is ubiquitous, and Bubble Shooter for Wear brings bubble-like satisfaction to your wrist. This game is simple, fun, beautifully animated with nice graphics. With hundreds of increasingly challenging levels, you can count on hours of idol fun.