A lot of people don’t believe that games are worth their price tags. That’s unfortunate because the majority of them definitely are. Developers work on them well to give you the best experience, so, the price is quite worth it. Here are the ten expensive android games.
Ten Expensive Android Games
1. Freemium Games ($2.61)
Freemium games have sets of gems, gold, or other in-game currency that you can buy to unlock parts of the game faster. The prices for these in-game goods range from $0.99 to $99.99. Sometimes they go even higher. The most expensive option buys you an absurd amount of the in-game currency.
2. G-CORE Green Caddy Golf Korea ($5.01)
A full-featured GPS golf range finder with a graphical view. The app provides a guide to golfers who are playing for the first time in a new golf course in Korea. You can download up to 10 golf courses. It features target point, mark position, driving distance measurement, auto searching and more.
3. Trial of the Clone ($7.13)
Trial of the Clone is the Android adaptation of a similarly-titled gamebook. It’s full of humor and coarse language, so it’s not recommended for children. Trial of the Clone is kind of like an RPG – letting you play the role of a clone that has to solve puzzles and fight monsters in a futuristic world.
4. Super Color Runner ($8.27)
Super Color Runner is an Android game – one of the most expensive ones actually. It’s an endless running game where the aim is to fill up four paths with energy. Also, don’t allow the runner to get caught by Surprising Munchers or Sentry Cyclopses.
5. Ravensword: Shadowlands ($6.94)
Developed by Crescent Moon Games, Ravensword: Shadowlands is an immersive action RPG that’s set in a massive 3D world waiting to be explored. You’ll play as a king’s descendant – a lone hero who needs to use his special powers, and the skills developed in time, to find a magic sword.
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6. Call of Duty ($5.71)
For most gamers, Call of Duty needs no introduction, as it’s one of the most popular shooter video games ever. Call Of Duty: Strike Team is built for mobile devices from the ground up, providing a first-person and third-person (drone view) Call of Duty experience.
7. Call of Duty Black Ops Zombies ($6.92)
This is another Call of Duty because you’ll get to shoot hordes of pretty ugly zombies. Moreover, Call of Duty Black Ops Zombies lets you play alongside your friends thanks to a Multiplayer mode.
8. Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition ($10.24)
Baldur’s Gate Enhanced Edition combines two older and very popular RPGs: Baldur’s Gate, and Baldur’s Gate: Tales of the Sword Coast. The game – a “classic saga of mystery, intrigue, and adventure” – is highly rated by RPG fans, and can offer tens of hours of epicness.
9. Castle of Illusion ($4.98)
Castle of Illusion comes straight from Disney. You are Mickey Mouse and you have to save your famous sweetheart (Minnie) from an evil witch known as Mizrabel – which created “strange worlds and bizarre creatures” to protect her inside the Castle of Illusions.
10. Spectral Souls ($9.68)
The story begins in the year 1053, in a world where humans and demons have been fighting for many years. It looks like you’ll be able to be both human, and demon in this game.