5 Entertaining Casual Sports Games for Android
A casual sports game is different from a hardcore sports game. FIFA, for instance, is a hardcore football game that requires intense focus and involves various elements like team management and training to succeed in tournaments. However, I prefer games that approach football (or soccer) in a more casual and lighthearted manner, with levels to complete and tournaments to win.
If you’re a hardcore gamer, you might prefer hardcore sports games, but most of us just want casual games that can be played during our commute or while we have a break. The games I’ll cover today will give you a taste of sports games while being casual enough for anyone. Let’s take a look at them.
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1. Real Basketball
Real Basketball is similar to the paper toss game, but with a basketball instead of paper and a bin. You can play alone or compete online in multiplayer mode. In the game, your goal is to throw the ball into the basket with the right pace and angle.
You can trigger a bonus by making consecutive baskets and achieving high scores. The game offers various modes such as time attack and arcade mode for you to try. If you feel the need to practice before playing on the court, there’s a provision for that as well. The graphics are good and the online gameplay adds competitiveness and addictiveness to the game. Rest assured, it can keep you entertained for hours.
2. Stick Tennis
Stick Tennis is a time killer game from a game development team. It requires you to work on your timing skills to score. The direction you swipe guides the ball and you can slow or smash shots with good timing.
The graphics are good and the game works well on any Android device. If you love tennis, I’m sure you will be glued to the game for hours.
3. Head Soccer
In this article, I will discuss Head Soccer, a game that stands out from FIFA. Unlike FIFA, Head Soccer is cute and features an arcade-like environment where you score goals by using head shots or kicks.
You can choose your favorite team and player and play various game modes. You can have a friendly match or participate in tournaments for different cups. In essence, the game combines the gameplay of air hockey with the excitement of soccer.
4. Mini Golf MatchUp
Mini Golf MatchUp is an online multiplayer game where you can compete against friends or random players. The controls are simple, the graphics are top-notch, and there is a tutorial at the beginning to guide you through every aspect of the game.
The colors might be excessive for some, but I believe they enhance the gameplay. The levels are intricately crafted, showing the developer’s dedication to making each level distinct and superior to the rest.
5. Stick Cricket 2
Developers are often unable to create a complete cricket game due to the numerous factors involved, such as players, stadiums, rules, and outfield settings. However, Stick Cricket 2 provides a solution by focusing solely on batting, which many players enjoy. The game primarily emphasizes timing, allowing users to hit shots on either the leg or off side using onscreen arrow buttons.
You can play as a female sports star, which is a great addition. You must complete levels and your performance will determine your standing. Each level awards you 3 stumps (stars) to unlock more missions and international levels.
These are some casual sports games that can be played on Android. Recommend additional games for our list on the forum. If we like them, we’ll feature them in our upcoming YouTube videos.
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