Google Play Announces The Best Games of 2020

Google Play Announces The Best Games of 2020

As the year is approaching its end, Google Play shared the list of the best of the best of 2020, games and applications alike. Let’s dive in and see which Android games have gotten the honor!

Best Game of 2020

  • Genshin Impact by MiHoYo

In the distant continent of Teyvat, the seven elements — Anemo, Pyro, Electro, Cryo, Dendro, and Geo — converge. Those chosen by the gods are granted Visions, with which they can control the elements in nature. You, a mysterious traveler, are about to embark on epic adventures in this free world. You will master the various elements throughout your journey, during which amazing friends with diverse abilities will join you along the way. Together, you will fight mighty enemies, find your lost kin, and unravel the riddles of the world of Genshin Impact.

Best US Users’ Choice Game

  • SpongeBob: Krusty Cook-Off by Tilting Point

Join SpongeBob SquarePants on a hilarious culinary adventure through the restaurants and kitchens of Bikini Bottom! When Mr. Krabs realizes there’s more money to be earned in the fast-food business, the penny-pinching entrepreneur sets out to expand his restaurant empire starting with a breakfast stand outside of SpongeBob’s house…and who better to help him run it than SpongeBob SquarePants himself?

Best Indie Games

  • Cookies Must Die by Rebel Twins
  • Maze Machina by Arnold Rauers
  • Sky: Children of the Light by Thatgamecompany
  • Inbento by Afterburn
  • GRIS by Devolver Digital

Best Casual Games

  • Harry Potter: Puzzles & Spells by Zynga
  • DreamWorks Trolls Pop: Bubble Shooter & Collection by Huuuge Games
  • SpongeBob: Krusty Cook-Off by Tilting Point
  • Disney Frozen Adventure by Jam City
  • EverMerge by Big Fish Games

Best Innovative Games

  • Fancade by Martin Magni
  • Minimal Dungeon RPG by CapPlay
  • The Gardens Between by The Voxel Agents
  • Genshin Impact by MiHoYo
  • Ord. by Crescent Moon Games

Best Competitive Games

  • Legends of Runeterra by Riot Games
  • The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross by Netmarble
  • Bullet Echo by ZeptoLab
  • Gwent: The Witcher Card Game by CD Projekt RED
  • Brawlhalla by Ubisoft Entertainment
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While growing up in the wilds of Russia, Catherine learned to talk, write and game at almost the same time. You can follow her attempts at latter two at and GameSpace.

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