The Professor himself doesn’t star here, but you play his daughter Katrielle Layton in her search to find him in central London.As you’d expect there is a huge number of puzzles to complete, with additional mini-games and daily puzzles too.
If you’d rather keep your decent Android phone but really want to play Snake, know that is a bit like Snake but so much better.
There are loads of round-ups of the best Android games on the web, so what makes ours different?
Well, for a start, we’ve included not only the most recent trending titles, but also our favourite games of all time - the ones we routinely go back to, despite them being released several years ago. (Also see: Best Android apps.) We also recognise that sometimes you have to put your hand in your pocket if you want something truly special, so while the majority of the Android games in our list are free, there are a couple of paid-for games, too.
Minecraft is a construction sim with endless possibilities - if you can think of something you can build it.
So it’s not just fun, it’s also creative and educational. (Also see Minecraft: Story Mode and Minecraft Story Mode Season Two.) The SIMs Mobile is coming soon to Android, and it is going to be AMAZING, much closer to the PC and Mac game than we’ve ever seen before.