Gamers looking to for the best fighting games for Android have come to the right place. When it comes to gaming on our Android smartphones and tablets the options are almost endless. And while fighting games aren’t as popular as they’ve been in the past, there are several great titles worth trying. Die-hard fans of the genre will love the roundup of fighting games for Android below.
These games were once the most popular titles on consoles. Over the years that trend has faded. Now though, stunning graphics and easy on-screen controls makes them perfect on Android. That said, not all of them are worth downloading or buying. As a result we’ve added a list of some great choices for you to try.
Android smartphones and tablets are extremely powerful in 2017. With 8-core processors and Quad-HD screens, many games are near console quality. We’ve detailed shooter games, racing titles, casual games and more. Now, it’s time for the old-school fighters to make a comeback.
This can be original favorites like Mortal Kombat, boxing games, Injustice for mobile and more. There are dozens and dozens if you head to the Google Play Store and search for this genre. It’s all about finding what you like and giving it a try.
Over the past year or two Android games have improved by huge margins and are getting better with each release. Not to mention Android 7.0 Nougat and its new Vulcan gaming API should usher in an entirely new level of quality titles. Combine that with the upcoming Android O release and many should be excited. Without further delay, these are the best fighter games for Android. Take a look at our list (in no particular order) then checkout the slideshow below for additional details and links to download each one.
Best Fighting Games for Android
- Mortal Kombat X
- UFC Mobile
- Brothers: Clash of Fighters
- Injustice: Gods Among Us
- Real Boxing 2: Rocky
- The King of Fighters ’97
- Samurai Shodown II
- Shadow Fight 2
The games detailed here will keep you busy for hours, on the edge of your seat, and keep those fingerers moving. We’re starting with Mortal Kombat for nostalgia, then will continue with other great options.
So far in 2017 we haven’t seen a huge selection of games released to serve this crowd, but more are surely coming. In closing, if none from our list are particularly what you’re looking for, take a peek at these exciting games all coming in 2017.