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Subject: Re: Android Tablet Games? Date: 10/17/2012 10:47 AM
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I only have an Android phone, but the OS is the same, so my suggestions are all probably available.

Plants vs. Zombies is the only game I've paid for. Worth it. A good time killer even if you already completed the PC version.

"Cut the rope" was a fun puzzle game.

Cartoon Wars 1 and 2: pretty good.

Inotia is a decent RPG, I think, but I don't love single player RPGs, so I stopped playing.

Also, you can get emulators for arcade (MAME), various 8 and 16 bit game systems (SNES, etc), and interpreters for text adventures, early Sierra and LucasArts games, and Heroes of Might & Magic 1, 2 and 3. Not all of them play well on a phone, but I bet they'd be great on a tablet.
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