List of All Time Favorite Classic Games for Android. Everyone miss their school days when we go to Video Games Parlous and play our favorite games like all time favorite -Mario, Contra , Bomber Mam, Tank, Street Fighter, and much More. But now every one has Smart Phone and all day we stuck to our Android Screens.

List of All Time Favorite Classic Games for Android

So we are here with list of Some of the best of All Time Favorites old Classic Video Game for your Android Phones. You can download this games from Google Play store and go back to your  old School Days and Video Parlour Fun.

List of All Time Favorite Classic Games for Android available on Google Play Store.

#Super Mario Bros: Official Games is about to Release for Android user and we add it when it will release in Google Play Store.


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Enjoy everyone’s favorite classic arcade game, PAC-MAN, for FREE!
Earn high scores as you eat fruit and run away from the Ghosts: Blinky, Pinky, Inky, and Clyde. Or, gobble a Power Pellet and get the Ghosts before they get you.

PAC-MAN is the retro arcade game you know and love, but bigger and better than ever before! Join millions of fans worldwide and compete in Tournaments, experience new Mazes, earn Achievements, and win bragging rights at the top of the Leaderboards!

• The retro arcade classic version that feels just like it did in the arcades
• Old school challenge, with no quarters and no lines
• Avoid the ghosts and eat the fruit and dots, just like in the arcade.


#2. Classic Bomber 2016

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Classic bomber 2016 – control a small character who must kill all monsters on a square level applying bombs he has at his disposal. Make chain reactions of explosions and destroy sly opponents in the mazes of this Android game.

Watch the playing field very carefully and take your character avoiding your enemies. Try to entrap amoebas, onions and other opponents. But be careful as the character will die in case he touches one of the enemies or dies on one on his bombs.

Game features:

  • Retro style graphics
  • Many interesting levels
  • Various power-ups
  • Simple system of controls

#3. Super Tank 2

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Do you remember the super tank 1990, game tank battle city? Now the Super Tank 1990 adds a new super mode which is more gorgeous cool, also joined the more exciting and more difficult challenge mode, a variety of super hard points to the challenges waiting for you in your android mobile!

You, controlling a tank, must destroy enemy tanks in each level, which enter the playfield from the top of the screen. The enemy tanks attempt to destroy the player’s base (represented on the map as a bird, eagle or Phoenix), as well as the human tank itself.

A level is completed when the player destroys all 20 enemy Tanks, but the game ends if the player’s base is destroyed or the player loses all available lives.

It contains 20 different stages that are 13 units wide by 13 units high. Each map contains different types of terrain and obstacles.



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Looking for the best fighting game of 1998? It’s obviously this one! We’re half-kidding, but really, this entry in SNK’s once-annual team-based fighting series is considered one of the best of the bunch.

It delivers technical hand-to-hand combat, great sprite-based graphics, a stellar soundtrack, and a diverse array of playable fighters.

Did we say diverse? It’s true, but we really mean massive: The King of Fighters ‘98 offers 38 total characters, of which you’ll pick three at a time to form your squad.

Multiple touch control options are available, alongside Bluetooth controller support, and the game has local wireless multiplayer as well. And if ’98 is a little too modern for your tastes, you can also grab The King of Fighters ‘97 on Android.

#5. Sonic Dash

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Sega hasn’t slept on Sonic when it comes to mobile, with an array of recent entries—endless games, modern platformers, racers—to suit almost any interest.

And if you want to return to the classics, you’re in luck there as well. The original Sonic the Hedgehog and lesser-played Sonic CD are both available, but for our money, we’ll take Sonic the Hedgehog 2 above all.

Sonic Dash really refined and expanded the original’s side-scrolling design, putting a stronger focus on speed and building larger stages to accentuate it. The sequel has more diversity in gameplay and level design, and introduces sidekick Tails and the “3D” stages. Plus, the Android port is great, and even includes levels cut from the original release.


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Tetris and portable gaming have gone together since the dawn of the Game Boy, so no surprise: there’s a version of the legendary puzzler for Android. And it’s pretty good! True, it’s absolutely loaded with ads, but this is a free, official Tetris that doesn’t have any restrictions on play.

Endless marathon mode is here and just as enduringly great as you remember, plus there’s a one-touch mode that significantly streamlines the game for touch; purists won’t want anything to do with it, but newcomers might find it appealing. In any case, it’s Tetris on your phone, and that’s surely an awesome thing.



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A classic run-and-gun arcade title, METAL SLUG DEFENSE has been perfectly ported over to the Google Play Store and is worth checking out if you’re a fan of the original games or simply enjoy action arcade shooting games.

The Android version gives you multiple ways to play.There’s a single player campaign, which you can play in classic Arcade Mode or Mission Mode, which allows you to play your favorite mission or practice a particularly tough mission.

If your friends have the game, you can connect up via Bluetooth and play co-op modes. Metal Slug is always more fun with friends, so the addition of wireless local multiplayer greatly enhances the replay value.


#8. Road Fighter

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Road Fighter is a racing arcade game developed by Konami and released in December 1984.The goal is to reach the finish line within the stages without running out of time, hitting other cars or running out of fuel (fuel is refilled by hitting a special type of car).

The first and second levels contain 4 courses, ranging from grassy plains to an over water bridge to a seashore and finally a forest area. In the arcade version, five stages were contained.

The player has a limited amount of fuel and can earn more by touching special multi-colored cars. If the player crashes into any other car or slips on occasionally appearing patches of oil, the car will spin out and may crash into the side railings, causing a loss of 5-6 fuel units.

The NES version has a total of 6 types of cars, 1 yellow and red, three blue and one truck. Yellow cars will travel along a straight line and occur in large numbers. Red cars are a little less likely to appear, but they will change the lane they are travelling in once to get in the way of the player.

Blue cars vary in the way they change their lane. Trucks goes on a straight way, but colliding with them will blow up the player’s car.

Konami Man will make a cameo appearance, flying by the side of the road if the player progresses to a certain point in the level without crashing.

#9. Galaxy Storm

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Galaxy Storm is a game that will satisfy the Galaga and Galaxian fans out there. It has all the right sort of graphics and a fairly straightforward control scheme.

The aliens are invading again, swarming around in dazzling attack patterns.

You task is simple, blow’em all to bits! Can you defeat wave after wave of dazzling alien invaders to save the galaxy. Blast the invaders as they spin and whirl through space in this old school arcade space shooter.

After 4 fantastic waves you’ll get a bonus round, score lots of points to insure you get that next free life. Your ship is equipped with a mega powered blaster, you have unlimited fire power, but you can bank on the fact that the aliens do as well.


#10. R-TYPE II

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Nothing says ‘retro’ like a good shooter, and R-Type is the series that Super Nintendo fans will remember fondly. R-Type II is the second in the series, and is arguably the best.

It blends everything fans love about games from that era with all sorts of weird Sci-Fi tropes. Plus, this is the original version ported faithfully to Android for all to enjoy.

Hope You Enjoy your Gaming Childhood in your Android. If you have any suggestion Please comment and let us know. 🙂

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