Google Play Top Charts in April 2020: Best Games
Hey guys. How’s your quarantine going? One would think that given a close-to-endless supply of awesome mobile game suggestions available here at Freepps.top, you’d soon grow ‘bored in the house’ and tired of all the bubble shooters and puzzlers, but it’s not that simple. Somehow, you always find your way out of boredom by discovering more and more new games. And this is especially relevant when it comes to this month’s Best Google Play Games chart. Now, let’s take a closer look at April’s Best Android Games chart and draw some logical conclusions.
|2||Garena Free Fire|
Garena International I Private Limited
SQUARE ENIX LTD
|8||Gameloft Classics: 20 Years|
|10||Call of Duty®: Mobile|
Activision Publishing, Inc.
Gametion Technologies Pvt Ltd
Epic Games, Inc
|14||Sky: Children of the Light|
|15||Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp|
Nintendo Co., Ltd.
|17||Monument Valley 2|
|19||Marmok's Team Monster Crush|
Even after a quick overview of this month’s Best Google Play Games chart, you can definitely say that April brings rebirth, regrowth, and renewal. The thing is, this month’s chart is literally nothing but new games — with the exception of a few position shifts, several easily recognizable comebacks, and up to five stable oldies. That’s it. The rest is all new. And we’re being totally serious, no April Fools’ Day jokes implied. Just take a glimpse at the table above and see for yourself. It’s all about April renewal here.
We’ll begin with a few familiar titles. Brawl Stars is at the very top of this month’s chart. This change is quite refreshing, but not surprising — the game already dominated our chart in February. In April, Brawl Stars, this excellent mobile battle royale, took back its first place from Garena Free Fire — another fine example of the genre that had been occupying the first position in our Best Android Games chart for too long. By the way, have you noticed that Fortnite is back in our chart? Oh well, the game never stays quiet for long. You must’ve really enjoyed its new experimental mode called party royale, haven’t ya?
As for the stably popular oldies of this month’s Best Google Play Games chart, they’re PUBG MOBILE, Minecraft, and Roblox. They occupy the third, fourth, and fifth position respectively. And nothing about that has changed since March. Standoff 2 and Subway Surfers are mobile games from the previous month’s chart as well. The former has gained 6 positions, while the latter has dropped eight positions down since your last month’s choice. And this small portion of games is the only thing that’s left from March in our April’s chart.
With regard to the newcomers, they are in plenty this month. And they come in a wide array of genres: puzzlers, action games, arcades, as well as adventure, board games, and RPGs. Hitman GO, Alien: Blackout, Ludo King™, Cat Quest, Marmok's Team Monster Crush… Just take a look at those amazing titles. Fascinating, visually stunning, thrilling, and thought-provoking — all of these mobile games scream ‘must play today’. Yep, they’re that good!
Looks like the quarantine has something to do with this striking level of novelty and diversity. Now that you’re socially isolated, you finally have all the time in the world to browse through the most amazing titles the mobile gaming realm has in store for you. April is blooming with some really breath-of-fresh-air dynamics. Aren’t you curious about what May is going to bring? We most certainly are. Bookmark our blog and don’t forget to come back for more mobile gaming news — and our next month’s chart trends, of course.