Here are top 10 games for Samsung Galaxy S4. The world of gaming is evolving almost non-stop and it seems that a new console that was being developed for a decade is being released every year. Even though the Playstation 4 is going to get most of the attention right around the Galaxy S4 release, Samsung is still backing their marketing around improved game play on the smart phone.
Nobody that has their money saved for a PS4 is going to suddenly switch to an S4 but these ten popular titles are showing it could be possible in the future.
1. The Sims
In what was once just a great way to waste time while at home, The Sims is coming to the Samsung Galaxy S4 for play any time at all. In this game users create a virtual person and take them down career and family paths based on their choices. The S4 will feature online interaction so even though you might not talk to the person in the cubicle next to you, you can be in a virtual rock band with their Sim.
One of the theses of developers in the coming years is going to be about making game play about the experience instead of just visual stimulation. A perfect example of this motto is Plants v. Zombies in which a player must place different types of foliage around the house in order to avoid a zombie apocalypse. Different plants do various things and the user must develop a strategy to keep the residents of their home safe.
3. Tetris Blitz & Bejeweled Blitz
Almost anybody on Facebook knows how popular the ‘Blitz’ games are just judging on the 14 game requests they receive a day. Samsung has incorporated this popularity into a few of their S4 games but they haven’t released any news about a standalone Farmville yet.
Even a Galaxy S4 user that isn’t hip to popular new age games can take some solace in playing the timeless classic Monopoly on their lunch break or while waiting for an appointment. There will likely even be ‘take turn’ integration where one player rolls then waits for their opponent across the globe to take their turn ala Words with Friends.
It might sound like an MMA game in which Moe Sizlak finally takes out his frustrations with Bart in the octagon but The Simpsons: Tapped Out is actually a world building game. The player must purchase buildings like in Sim City but in this game they do it with a variation of dollars and donuts. Rivers, roads, power plants, and interactive landmarks are built to attract other users and to accumulate what else – donuts.
6. Temple Run 2
Based on the popular endless runner Temple Run but incorporated with characters from the timeless classic Wizard of Oz, this game is sure to be a hit with gamers of all ages. Gameplay features the ability to fly the famous hot air balloon as the player outruns the ever-terrifying shrieking baboons.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 of Real Racing dubs itself the premium racing game to date. With features such as real vehicle makes and models, real race tracks from around the world and the ability to race against friends whether they’re online or not they just might be right.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 is following through on their claim to be built with gaming in mind and a contract with respected game manufacturer Electronic Arts proves that. They’ve already approved 16 optimized games that come pre-packaged on the S4 including Need for Speed and Sonic.
When you consider the fact that the S4 is also releasing a power pack game controller that hooks directly into the phone…the Playstation 5 has been put on watch.
10. Subway Surfers
Subway Surfers is an awesome game to play and I think that everyone should try it out its easy and a fun way to enjoy yourself have fun. DASH as fast as you can! DODGE the oncoming trains! Help Jake, Tricky & Fresh escape from the grumpy Inspector and his dog.