The best Android game of 2017

A lot of people love playing games on their phones.

And they’re not alone.

The app store has been packed with many amazing titles, from great platformers to games that tackle social and political issues.

Some of the best titles in 2017 were games that are simple to pick up and play, while others are complex and require a bit of skill to master.

So we decided to pick our favorites of 2017, and then rank them.

We’re not just counting games on Android, either.

We’re also counting apps that have been developed for iOS, which make up nearly half of all Android apps.

The list includes a few popular titles, like Firewatch, and a few less-popular titles, including the highly-anticipated Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End.

We also took into account the size of the market, which was the key to this ranking.

Most apps have been available on the App Store for at least a few months, but many others have been in development for years.

That makes it harder to make a ranking that takes into account all apps that are available for both Android and iOS.

And we’re not counting apps with free versions, which tend to sell well on the Play Store.

The Top 5 Best Android Games of 2017This is the list we chose for our first-place ranking, in which we also took the position of the most popular Android game.

We didn’t include any games that were on sale at the time of the ranking, like Minecraft, or those that were free for all.

We did include games that had a lot of positive reviews, but those were mostly for free.

And finally, we excluded games that we didn’t think were worth our time, like The Binding of Isaac and The Swapper.

If you’re looking for something different to play on your phone, we suggest picking up the game YouTuber Josh’s Gameplay.

It’s a fun game that mixes exploration, puzzle solving, and fast-paced action.

You can play it on your Android device with the Play store app or on a PC with the official Steam client.

We’ve got a few more great games in the game store as well, like the gorgeous Far Cry 4 and the underrated and underrated Minecraft: Story Mode.

If your Android is still a bit slow to start up, check out our list of the fastest Android phones.