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Best android games like age of empire

1.Age of Castles

Paid: $1.99 Check price

Age of Castles is a game developed by Anarchy Enterprises. It is a simulation/ strategy game that starts with a small village and will later be built into the ultimate castle. You can engage in total war on your enemies and conquer the realm.

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  • Tom Tan

    by Tom Tan

    Love its multiple characters and opponents to choose from. The art is nice, the music too. But the game is waaaaaay too simple. The eariler versions were more challenging than this one.

2.Game of War - Fire Age

with in-app purchases
Game of War - Fire Age is a free game for mobile devices where you will have to get through a huge battle for the rule of the Kingdom. It is an Action Strategy MMORPG translated into a total of 32 languages.

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9+

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Social Networking,Games,Role Playing,Strategy

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Addmired, Inc

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233.68 MB

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  • Felipe Nava

    by Felipe Nava

    This one is the best MMORPG game that I've played... until its update. Packs are ridiculously high, rarely on sale like they used to, can’t use some of my items I bought before the change.

3.Battle Worlds: Kronos

Paid: $16.99 Check price

Battle Worlds: Kronos is a classic turn-based strategy game in the tradition of Battle Isle, Advance Wars and Panzer General. 

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KING Art, THQ Nordic

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  • Louis Foster

    by Louis Foster

    I used to love AoE, and Battle Worlds: Kronos made me do a jump in the past. The game is really well made, and it will warrant hours and hours of fun. I love it!

4.Stormfall: Rise of Balur

with in-app purchases

Stormfall: Rise of Balur is a strategy game in which you have to defend and protect the lands of Darkshine, as well as lead your people to fight against enemies and expand your empire.

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Everyone 10+

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Strategy

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Plarium Global Ltd

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  • by James Ward

    A strategy battle game. Some people like it some people don't. Looks like it may need levels of skill to keep the beginners and the experts interested in continuing game play, long term.

5.Tribal Wars 2

with in-app purchases

Tribal Wars 2 is a strategy game in which you have to build, protect and expand your empire. Fight against your enemies and form alliances with other tribes to survive. It was developed by InnoGames.

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Everyone 10+

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Strategy

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InnoGames GmbH

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49.28 MB

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  • by Sara Duncan

    This game looks like it will be fun. You actually have to think in this game.

6.Empire:Rome Rising

with in-app purchases

Empire: Rome Rising is a game developed by Mountain Lion. It is an MMO game of the Roman war. Players have to build a kingdom to rival the greatest in all of Roman history. It also allows you to chat and battle with other players worldwide.

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  • Thomas Roberts

    by Thomas Roberts

    Game is completely broken, tutorial is glitched so cannot build buildings and then the app crashes. Really disappointing.

7.Age of Sparta

with in-app purchases
Age of Sparta is a free Android and iOS game in which you'll have to build a great city and design a strong defense to protect it from your enemies. Make new friends online and team with them.

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Everyone 10+

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Strategy

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Gameloft

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158.33 MB

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  • Megan Arnold

    by Megan Arnold

    Age of Sparta is a badass game that is very much like Age of Empire! It takes you back in history to Greece. I love kicking butt with new friends and planning out the next strategy in chat. Designing a glorious city takes a while, but it is fun to bu More

8.DomiNations

with in-app purchases
DomiNations is a free-to-play city-builder game in which your main goal will be to create a town and command your citizens to the beginning of the times from the modern ages. You can befriend players online to cooperate or and compete.

Age rating:

Everyone 10+

Category:

Strategy

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NEXON M Inc.

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  • Juan Willis

    by Juan Willis

    The Android game app, for games like Age of Empire, a very interesting game. Looks like it works very well and so far people really like it. Only suggestion is to release updates simultaneously for both iPhone and Android probably to keep the continu More

9.Forge of Empires

with in-app purchases

Forge of Empires is a free-to-play game you can play on your browser and is also available for iOS and Android. In it, you'll have to build an empire by constructing your city from the Ancient Times to the contemporary days.

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9+

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Games,Simulation,Strategy,Entertainment

Publisher:

InnoGames GmbH

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158.00 MB

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  • Bryan Williams

    by Bryan Williams

    Bloated with ads, and play to play coins. Not worth it

10.Wildman Run-Jungle Tribes

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Wildman Run-Jungle Tribes is a game developed by ultravoltgames. The game is based on a story where one of the Wildman is imprisoned by another tribe and he has to be punished and tortured.

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  • Divya Khan

    by Divya Khan

    Gameplay is nice and it totally feels like Age of Empire. I enjoyed playing it, you guys should try this one too.

Did you know?

The creation of the Age of Empires wasn't an easy journey. It became one of the famous RTS games of its time. RTS, a game genre, is short for "Real Time Strategy". It is the kind of game in which you're supposed to move and think on your toes. Similar to chess, but on the digital scale. It involves creating bases of your own, managing resources, creating an army to conquer other bases. It was back in 1997 when Age of Empires was first released. But the whole planning happened in 1994 when Microsoft released WinG, the predecessor of DirectX. Warcraft, Command & Conquer, and Sid Meister's Civilization is already on the market. The creators decided to make a real-time version of Civilization. This was the dawn of the Age of Empires. They made a SWOT analysis on what the other RTS games were doing right and wrong. And from there, they decided to invest in a better AI, also known as artificial intelligence. Their AIs would play by the same rules that the human opponents would. No cheating, no multiplication of resources, no seeing the moves of the opponent. This is what sets Age of Empires different from the rest of the RTS games of their era. 

Nowadays, AoE had to progress with everyone else. Android gaming news sites announced the arrival of Age of Empires for Android in 2015. Although AoE got pulled off the market, there are still tons of Android games to play. Some are even similar to the original idea of the Age of Empires series. Just because Age of Empires is not available on Android anymore, doesn't mean that it is completely gone. It left a mark on the history of gaming. Its essence and spirit are alive and well in the games of today's generation. 

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