Want to relax on your Android smartphone while you're away from your PC? With millions of titles in the store, it's not easy to see clearly: follow the guide, we offer you our selection of 30 must-have games ... and free!

With more than 2.5 billion activated devices and nearly 71% market share, Android is the most used operating system in the mobile world. And on Google Play, video games are undeniably at the top of the list of most popular Android applications. But here's the thing: with a huge audience, between the thousands of free-to-play games, ports of cult home console titles and small indie nuggets, it's not always easy to separate the wheat from the chaff.

To pass the time on the commute, to relax during a spring break or simply to dive into some exceptional titles, follow the guide: here you'll find our own selection of the best free games for Android. We have chosen to limit the number of games to 30 and have therefore selected the most interesting titles for those who want to have fun with an Android smartphone or tablet. Without paying a single cent.

Clash Royale

The latest production from Supercell, Clash Royale is without a doubt THE title not to be missed at the moment. Located at the crossroads of MOBA, Tower Defense and trading card game, this little game has all the makings of a great one.

Rayman Adventures

With Rayman Adventures, the platform game in all its splendor comes to mobile. This title is very pleasing to the eye thanks to the performance of the Ubi Frame Art, but it doesn't forget to make the most of the gameplay. The gameplay is perfectly adapted to the mobile support thanks to the reactive and well thought-out touch controls.

Total War Battles: Kingdom

Developed by The Creative Assembly, the Total War series has become one of the pillars of strategy gaming since its creation. Extremely complete, this series mixes real time strategy and management to deliver a very pleasant experience. With the Total War Battles series, the studio has created a simplified version of its game, much more adapted to the mobile format.

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Dragon Ball Legends

The latest addition to the Dragon Ball family of mobile games, Dragon Ball Legends offers a different approach than Dokkan Battle. Featuring a new character from the past to go and fight with the whole universe, this title offers a gameplay mixing card game and fighting game, with each player building a deck of moves before each match.

Shadowgun Legends

Developed by Madfinger Games, the creators of the Dead Trigger series, Shadowgun Legends is an RPG-flavored FPS not unlike Destiny (if you know what we mean). The world has been invaded by belligerent aliens, and as a Shadowgun, an elite warrior representing the hope of humanity, you'll have to remind them with a lot of bullets in the buffet that humans don't take it easy.

Dofus Touch

Released in 2004, Dofus is an MMORPG created by the French company Ankama. Like many other MMOs, Dofus allows players to play as characters with various classes, here reviewed and corrected in the Ankama style. Very rich, the world of 12 offers multiple possibilities to its players, from trade to crafting through a management of the ecosystem quite unique.

PUBG Mobile

Is it really necessary to introduce PlayerUnknown's BattleGrounds? A real tidal wave since its release, this Battle Royale has broken all records on PC and has largely contributed to propel the genre to the forefront. It must be said that Blue Hole's game has everything to please: a breathtaking competitive FPS that can be played alone or in teams.

Hungry Cat Nanogram

Created in the 80's, Picross is a logic game that puts the player in front of a grid with numerical indications on the X and Y axes. Using this information, the player must fill in certain squares on the grid until an image is revealed. Presented this way, Picross doesn't seem very sexy, but it is a simple and fun puzzle that will keep puzzle lovers on the edge of their seats. It's hard to resist the temptation to play more than once!

Dragalia Lost

Dragalia Lost is a story about a young prince who can transform into a dragon, and his band of companions on a quest to save the world from a dark threat.

Lineage 2: Revolution

Lineage is an MMORPG series from Korea, developed by NCsoft and whose first episode dates back to 1998. An old video game license, whose latest episode has been released on mobile with Lineage 2: Revolution. An original game that takes place 100 years before the events of the second episode of the series, and that offers everything that makes the charm of classic MMOs.