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15 Best 3D Games For Android With Excellent Graphics

Mobile gaming has improved by leaps and bounds over the past half-decade. Where once we only had a few options and it was basically Angry Birds or Solitaire, now we have giant, full-featured games with stunning graphics. Since mobile devices don’t have 3D screens (like the Nintendo 3DS), there aren’t really any 3D games for Android. Instead, we decided to look at some of the best mobile games with 3D graphics instead. We hope you will like them!

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Ark: Survival Evolved

Price: Free to play / $4.99 per month / $39.99 per year

Ark: Survival Evovled is an open-world game with elements of adventure and survival. Players arrive, tame dinosaurs, explore the game world, build items, craft tools, and play with friends. The game features decent controls, tons of things to do, and some of the most demanding graphics on a mobile phone. Some of it is due to optimization issues, but the rest is due to the graphics being quite good. It’s kind of a benchmark for phone performance and low-end phones will definitely have issues with it. It has a subscription in case you don’t want to deal with micro-transactions, but whether it’s worth it or not is up to you.

Asphalt 9: Legends

Price: free to play

Gameloft’s Asphalt series contains some of the most iconic racing games on mobile. However, the games are also known for their heavy and aggressive micro-transaction strategies. Still, Asphalt 9: Legends is one of the best looking mobile games with 3D graphics and it even uses some HDR techniques to achieve even deeper colors. The game features 60 cars to collect, an absolute ton of races to play, an online PvP element, and decent controls. The controls aren’t as granular as previous generations, but this is an arcade racer, not a car simulation, so that’s okay.

Black Desert Mobile

Price: free to play

There are a number of decent MMORPGs for mobile. Black Desert Mobile is one of them. The game has five classes, a metric load of quests and missions, and a surprisingly good character customization tool and no, not just for a mobile game. The graphics are among the best of its kind and you will definitely enjoy your phone screen prowess with this one. There are also modern features like autoplay to help with things like grinding. We this Old School RuneScape (Google Play link) is pretty good for an MMORPG, but Black Desert Mobile is gorgeous.

Call of Duty: Mobile

Price: free to play

Call of Duty: Mobile launched in 2019 to huge success. It’s an FPS game with all sorts of game modes including 100 player battle royale, zombie mode, classic PvP deathmatches and much more. The game’s in-app purchases are almost entirely cosmetic, so the game itself is free. Some other features include above average graphics for a shooter, clans for social games, and various other game modes. This is easily one of the best FPS games ever released for mobile. Unkilled and Shadowgun: Legends from Madfinger Games are also excellent FPS games with excellent graphics.

Critical operations

Price: free to play

Critical Ops is one of the best shooters on Google Play. It has been called the Counter Strike of mobile. You team up with people and play against others in online PvP action. The game features various types of competitive gameplay, tons of unlockable weapons, customization items, and solid controls. You can relax playing fast, be really competitive in ranked matches, and you can even create custom games for you and your friends. The game is freemium. However, in-app purchases are nothing more than customization items like weapon skins. You can’t pay to win this one.

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The Elder Scrolls: Blades

Price: free to play

The Elder Scrolls: Blades is an RPG game with dungeon crawler mechanics. You start in a Torn City and your goal is to do quests, earn items, and restore the city. You have decent control over restoring the town and there is plenty of loot to obtain. The missions are in separate instances, so it’s not an open-world RPG like the old Elder Scrolls games. Additionally, the game’s micro-transaction push is a bit tougher than we’d like. Still, it’s a decent arcade RPG and the graphics are pretty good too.

GRID Autosport

Price: $9.99

GRID Autosport is one of the newest and easily one of the best racing games of recent years. It features excellent 3D graphics, reasonably realistic physics, and plenty of content for racing fans. The game features over 100 cars to unlock, over 100 tracks to race through, scalable difficulty to keep the challenge alive, and support for external game controllers. Asphalt 9: Legends and Riptide GP: Renegade are two other excellent mobile racers and Mario Kart Tour is also a fun game, but GRID Autosport looks like a console game while the others look like mobile games.

Lumino City is a puzzle game from Noodlecake Studios. The graphics in the game are actually real-world objects. So, the graphics don’t get any better than this because it’s actually real life. The story lasts about eight to ten hours. Otherwise, you just engage with the world and solve the puzzles to progress. It really is one of the greatest 3D games out there. It costs $4.99 with no in-app purchases or ads. Lumino City is also free with Google Play Pass if you have it.


Price: $6.99 with in-app purchases

Minecraft is one of the most popular 3D games available. Most people know how this game works. You have a randomly generated world to explore and build. There’s a ton of craftable items, online multiplayer, and more. The September 2017 updates allow mobile players to play with PC and console players as well. The number of things you can do is practically unlimited and you can play with your friends or strangers if you want. The graphics are not amazing, but the simplicity makes it easier for the player to modify the entire game world. The game costs $6.99. In-app purchases are for player skins and do not affect gameplay.

Monster Hunter Stories

Price: Free Demo / $19.99

Monster Hunter Stories is a port of the popular Nintendo 3DS game. It plays surprisingly well for a mobile port. You embark on an adventure, capture monsters, train them, upgrade them and make them fight with you against the bad guys. There are also local PvP battles, a decent story, and a decent soundtrack. The demo version of this is one of the best we’ve ever seen. It’s actually a prequel to the main game. You complete the prequel and that data carries over to the main game if you purchase it. The game costs $19.99 and that’s a bit steep. However, it’s one of the best RPG experiences of 2018. We also recommend Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition, Portal Knights, and Evoland 2.

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Monument Valley 2

Price: $4.99

Monument Valley 2 is one of the best puzzle games available. It is also an excellent 3D game. It uses level design and Escher-style puzzles. Players must rotate, move, or change levels in order to proceed. The game is quite short, but entertaining. It’s also beautifully done. The first Monument Valley game is also quite good and reasonably priced. Those looking for huge games, however, may be disappointed. It’s definitely a fast and enjoyable game. It’s also free with Google Play Pass if you use it.

ESP 2021

Price: free to play

PES 2021 is a soccer game and the main competitor to EA’s FIFA Soccer. It is a football simulator with real football game. You can build a team, play against online opponents and the game also gets weekly updates with various special events. You can honestly choose this one or FIFA Soccer depending on your style of play. EA’s Madden series is probably the best looking soccer game on mobile too if you want to go that route. Sports games still lag behind most other genres, but PES 2021, FIFA Soccer (Google Play link) and Madden (Google Play link) are remarkable.


Price: free to play

PUBG Mobile is a new release of 2018. It is already one of the most popular 3D games. It is a battle royale game with up to 100 players competing against each other. The game also includes a smaller arcade mode and a few other modes for gamers. It also plays incredibly well for being a mobile shooter which is also new. The game was free at first. However, the updates have brought a freemium element to the game. Luckily, that’s mostly customization stuff, not gameplay stuff. When Fortnite comes to Android, it’ll be a shoo-in for this list as well.

Riptide GP: Renegade

Price: $2.99

Riptide GP: Renegade is the latest game in the Riptide GP series. It’s a series of racing games with jet skis instead of cars. The game features an in-depth campaign mode with a real story. Additionally, there are various wave runners to unlock, online multiplayer, and Google Play Games support for achievements and leaderboards. There is even some vehicle customization available. The game costs $2.99 ​​with no in-app purchases or you can grab it for free with Google Play Pass.

The bedroom: old sins

Price: $4.99

The Room: Old Sins is the fourth game in the franchise. It plays similar to the first three The Room games. You solve a series of complex puzzles. The game features outstanding graphics, a bit of exploration element, story and more. It’s easily one of the best puzzle games available on mobile, period. The first three games of the series are no slouch either. This one costs $4.99 with no in-app purchases or ads. It also has achievements and cloud saving, two features we always like to see.

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