Here is a list of 5 Best Free Android Board Games. These board games can be used to play Ludo, Snake & Ladder, Checkers, Chess, and Scrabble. These game apps mentioned here, let you enjoy the popular board games as and when you want to. These Android game apps also have a fresh take in some cases, and are enhanced with 3D graphics on other instances. The games are free to play, and you might also get the option to play online with random players, with your Facebook friends in some cases, or locally with your friend(s). Go ahead and try them out yourself!
You can also take a look at this article if while browsing around on your PC, you come up with the idea of trying out ‘KeyBoard’ games on your PC instead!
3D Chess Game for Android let’s you play Chess on your device in eye-pleasing visuals. The game is 3D, so you will be able to see the Chess Board in realistic fashion, and rotate or move it as you wish. The controls are basically tap-based, so you tap on a piece, and then tap on the destination cell. The look of the game can be customized as per your liking, using the overlay control icons towards the left of your screen. 3D Chess Game is available for free on the Google Play Store. And to know about other similar apps for playing chess on your Android, you should head over here.
Snakes and Ladders 3D for Android is another game worth a look. Snakes and Ladders is one game that is extremely popular, and there are numerous options available for it on the Google Play Store as well. I chose Snakes and Ladders 3D as it is one of the simplest take on the popular game, and is fast and lightweight as well. The graphics are a blend of 2D and 3D, and the background of the board is green (as can be seen in the screenshot above). Snake and Ladders can be installed from the Google Play Store for free. You should also take a look at this article if you would like to have a few more similar options in hand.
Checkers Free for Android is a great app for playing one of the most popular games on your Android device.Checkers Free has an easy-to-use interface, and getting started with a new game is extremely simple. The game has some cool eye-candy animations which show the level of polish that this game has undergone. Once you get to the main game-board, you can easily navigate or play your move by tapping on a piece, and then selecting the cell you want to move it to. The pieces that you win will automatically move to the box marked ‘You’ near the bottom of your screen (as shown in the third screenshot above). Go ahead to the Play Store and give this app a try!
Ludo Online or Mr. Ludo for Android is another great app if you would like to play the famous board game on your Android device. Mr. Ludo, in fact, has some really nice looking graphics, and there’s even a premise, and detailed characters! The pieces of this board game are shaped like workers, who have to run away from there office! The dice is placed in the middle of the board and all you need to do is tap on it and it will rotate in the air. Other rules are fairly simple, and everything remains largely unchanged from what you might have already played. Mr. Ludo is available for free on the Google Play Store. And, you can also take a look at other similar Ludo game apps in this dedicated post.
Scrabble is one of the most popular board games and mostly involves somewhat of a wordplay. Scrabble for Android from EA Games is one of the best games in the genre and has an extremely intuitive in-game interface. The first time that you will launch Scrabble, you will automatically be taken through the game menu and the rules as well. You can choose between various modes such as single player against the AI, or your Facebook friends, Random online players, Speed Play, and Pass n’ Play. You can head over to the Play Store and get Scrabble for free. And, you should also check out this game review if you would like to try out an alternative as well.
That’s it for now guys, you have reached the end of this list of 5 Best Free Android Board Games. There are several other options available for each type of board game discussed above. Do you play other Android Board Games as well? Do share in the comments section below!