Top 5 Best Games for Two Players
Playing against your friend on a single device can be a lot of fun. The face-to-face interaction always adds a lot of enjoyment and raises the competitive atmosphere. Here is our list of top 5 best games for two players on Android.
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Wrassling is a free-to-play pixel art wrestling game with simple controls and plenty of hysterical moments.
The game aesthetics strongly resembles old-school Commodore 64 games both in terms of visuals and sound effects. You will have to fight off a never-ending stream of opponents of varied sizes and shapes.
Playing Wrassling with your friend on a single device is truly a blast and many laughs are guaranteed.
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Mucho Party is just as fun as it is crazy. You begin the game by taking a selfie that will become a clock. tomato, apple, telephone, teapot, or lemon avatar. Then you are transported into one of many mini games that will serve as a battleground to find out who is the better player.
There are six modes in total to choose from. There is a mosaic, random, duel, tictactoe, hotseat, and league. All the games and game modes have 3 computer-controlled players with easy, medium and hard difficulty levels.
Mucho Party is free-to-play, so don’t hesitate and give a try.
Ready Steady Bang
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Ready Steady Bang puts you face-to-face against your friend in an old-school western dual.
The game starts simply by placing you and your friend on the opposite sides of the screen and starting the countdown. At the end of the countdown, you have to tap the screen faster than your friend or you are going to die.
As you progress through the game, you can unlock up to 31 unique cowboy deaths to increase the fun factor and hilarity that is sure to follow.
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OLO is a simple finger-flicking board game that is easy to learn but hard to master. It requires a good deal of skill and strategy to outmaneuver your opponent and win the match.
It can be played by everybody from 3-year-olds to grownups. You can play either in two player or four player modes. There is also an online multiplayer, Google Game Services integration, configurable themes, and many other goodies.
The game costs $1.99 and is a must-buy for that kind of money.
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Monopoly lets you play your favorite board game on your smartphone or tablet. The board is rendered in beautiful 3D graphics and will instantly immerse you in the often nerve-wracking gameplay that has already captured hearts of so many players all around the world.
You can simply Tap the screen to manage your properties and there are 3 levels of difficulty you can choose from. There is additionally a possibility to customize the number of players, the game rules, and even the game environment.
Considering how much the real version costs, $1.99 is a real bargain for such a great and time-tested game.