20 Best AR Games For Android (2020)

We have something unique for the addictive gamers out there. So far, we’d covered normal Android games you can play by holding the device in hands. However, today, we have something different to offer — some of the best AR games for Android. Augmented Reality, commonly known as AR, puts another layer over your reality.

If you follow us, Augmented Reality wouldn’t be a new term. Recently, we had brought a list of the best AR apps for Android too. Today, however, is for fun. Given below are some of the best Augmented Reality games you can play on your Android device today. Don’t worry if you have a low-end phone: we have some special recommendations too.

Best AR Games For Android

1. Father.io

Out of all the AR games on Android that we tested, our number one pick would be Father.io, and nope it has nothing to with anyone’s dad it’s a first shooter game played in Augmented reality. The gameplay is pretty intuitive, you have to shoot the alien spaceship before they can kill you. Like every game, it’s simple at first but gets complicated as you go. The best thing about the app is, it’s the only AR app we could find that works on mid-range phones like the Redmi note 5. So, if you’re looking for a good AR game which is fun as well as channelling, give it try.

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2. Pokémon Go

Pokémon Go has become the mandatory mention when covering the best AR games — for all good reasons. This game brings your favourite Pokémon characters to real life. You have to move across the real world and catch Pokémon to progress. It has also brought game elements like hatching and evolving. You can also get into the Trading feature if you’re interested. Also, Pokémon Go is one of the first Augmented Reality games that made an impressive change.

Price: Pokémon Go is free to play, offer in-app purchases

Ads: No

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3. Garfield GO – AR Treasure Hunt

We have another adventure-based AR game for you — Garfield GO – AR Treasure Hunt. In the first look, the game may seem quite funny, but it’s not. When you start playing and exploring, you can win real prizes like gift cards and coupons. As you move along, Garfield GO – AR Treasure Hunt wants you to complete the comic collection too. The central character is Garfield, whom you have to keep excited about the adventure. It’s one of the best AR games for sure.

Price: Garfield GO – AR Treasure Hunt is free to play

Ads: No

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4. Jurassic World Alive

Let’s now talk about bringing dinosaurs to real life. Jurassic World Alive is an awesome game when it comes to that sector. But, in this scene, you have to protect the dinosaurs from becoming extinct again. So, as part of the Dinosaur Protection Group, you have to explore these exotic beings across the real world. Then, you can collect DNA and proceed. It’s a really fun game and resembles Pokémon Go in many aspects. There are also battles and PvP combats.

Price: Jurassic World Alive is free to play, offers in-app purchases

Ads: Contains ads

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5. My Tamagotchi Forever

My Tamagotchi Forever is an awesome AR game where you create, customize and optimize your Tamagotchi characters. One of the best features is that you can play Hide and Seek with your Tamagotchi friends within the real world. They will hide and you have to navigate and find them. The game would be better if you are familiar with the world of Tamagotchi characters. Considering all these, we think it deserves a good place in the list of AR games for Android.

Price: My Tamagotchi Forever is free, with a lot of in-app purchases

Ads: Contains ads

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6. Balanced Tower

I love playing Jenga block in the office, but now that we’re under lockdown, there is no way to get it.  However, you can play that only any surface now with Balanced Tower. The gameplay is just like Jenga, but here you have to remove blocks from the 3D model. The best part is, the app automatically puts the removed block on the top, so now you don’t have to fear knocking it off. The game has a solo mode, two-player and also the option to play with AI. So what’re you waiting for, knock some blocks!

Ads: Doesn’t contain ads

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7. Just a Line

Although Just a Line is an AR app, it’s great for playing games where you can draw just like Tic Tac Toe. You can draw on any surface, so you don’t need a pen and paper all the time. Simply make a shape with your fingers and ask your friends to challenge you. You can also record the gameplay and share it with others.

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8. Kazooloo DMX – AR

Kazooloo DMX – AR is another awesome action AR game for Android. In this game, you are battling against a bunch of robots. However, Kazooloo DMX – AR offers different game modes, including the AR-based one. In all these modes, you have to destroy the robots before they destroy you. Even if you are playing the non-AR mode, the performance is top-notch. The best part is that Kazooloo DMX – AR works on not-so-flagship devices as well.

Price: Kazooloo DMX – AR is free to play, offers in-app purchases

Ads: No

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9. AR Smash Tanks

AR Smash Tanks is a wonderful Augmented Reality game for Android where you smash tanks. You can either play with bots or real friends online. In either case, you have to find a flat surface and project the content of the game. Unlike many games, AR Smash Tanks requires a bit of strategy as well. In addition to this, the game lets you customize the gameplay and weapons to use. AR Smash Tanks seems to be a great option if you like multiplayer AR games.

Price: AR Smash Tanks is priced at $2.99

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10. Slingshot Island ARCore

Slingshot Island ARCore is one of the coolest AR games available for Android. This game lets you create an awesome world via your screen. Then, you can move across directions and choose the best angle for your slingshot adventures. In case you didn’t guess, Slingshot Island ARCore is also about some strategy and some planning. So, if you are looking for a real-like adventure scenario, you should check out this game. As you can guess from the name, it’s powered by ARCore.

Price: Slingshot Island ARCore is priced at $0.99

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11. Knightfall AR

Knightfall AR brings the true experience of Augmented Reality into an action and strategy game. This game lets you turn your table or any flat surface into a warfront. As the leader, you have to plan your strategy and take decisions as enemies approach. It is also one of the best AR experiences we’ve seen. Knightfall AR graphics are top-notch and you can count on them for a realistic representation of happenings. There is also a Photo Mode where you can customize characters.

Price: Knightfall AR is free to play

Ads: No

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12. Guns Royale

To quote one of the reviews I found in the Play Store, Guns Royale is like PUBG and Minecraft had a child. Its pixel-based graphics and fast-paced gameplay make Guns Royale one of the best AR action games in store as of now. You will also be able to play with the team, thanks to the multiplayer feature. As the game moves forward, you have to unlock and collect weapons. You can simply enable the AR Mode from Settings and get into the immersive gameplay.

Price: Guns Royale is free to play, offers in-app purchases

Ads: Contains ads

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13. A&E Crime Scene: AR

A&E Crime Scene: AR is a wonderful AR simulation game for Android. In this game, you can turn your rooms into a case scenario. As the detective, you have to navigate inside the room and find clues to solving. Indeed, you can use technologies like fingerprint scanning and DNA sampling when you find clues. The best part with A&E Crime Scene: AR is that everything feels so real. You will also feel the tension of connecting clues so that you find the answer.

Price: A&E Crime Scene: AR is priced at $0.99

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14. Gun Camera 3D Simulator

Gun Camera 3D Simulator is an awesome Augmented Reality-based simulation game. If you are interested in guns and how they work, you should check this game out. Here, you can choose between different guns and shoot at the objects in your room or surroundings. Of course, you can feel haptic feedback and sound effect, along with some visual impact. The best part is that Gun Camera 3D Simulator lets you use modes like Night-View and others.

Price: Gun Camera 3D Simulator is free to play

Ads: Contains ads

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15. Park AR Augmented Reality Game

If you like parking games, you should check this one out. The gameplay is like almost all other parking games you have seen, but this one’s AR. You can see a 3D representation of the vehicle on the floor. Then, as you press the control buttons, the vehicle will move accordingly. By the way, you can play this game with custom-printed game-board as well as without it. In either case, you have to select the best vehicle and park that vehicle perfectly.

Price: Park AR Augmented Reality Game is free to play

Ads: Contains ads, quite annoying

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16. Stack It AR

Stack It AR comes from the same developers who made Stack, an addictive arcade game. In the AR version, it wants you to stack the pieces on top of the preceding one. The difference is, you have a real-like, 3D view of what you are stacking and what you are not. Compared to other games, Stack It AR does not take up much space. You will be able to play this AR game even if you have a low-end device. It’s sometimes not accurate, but the experience is cool.

Price: Stack It AR is free to play

Ads: Contains ads

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17. Skeletons AR

Skeletons AR is a comparatively newer, simple Augmented Reality game for Android. It’s a survival shooter, where your hero needs proper help to go ahead. There isn’t much of a storyline or detailed plot, but it’s an awesome game to play with friends or even alone. In this game, accuracy is important, as you have to aim at the right place. It may take some time to get used to Skeletons AR, but it’s great. We’d recommend it if you are into action-stuff.

Price: Skeletons AR is free to play

Ads: No

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18. Brickscape

Brickscape is an incredibly addictive puzzle game for Android. Using this, you can enjoy a puzzle game in your room or any flat surface. Even without the AR part, Brickscape is quite cool. You have 700 changes and 14 themes to choose from. There are also puzzle modes and multiplayer modes. As far as the AR part is taken into consideration, Brickscape lets you create the puzzle structure on any flat surface and enjoy the game. It has a simple UI too.

Price: Brickscape is free to play, with in-app purchases

Ads: Contains ads

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19. AR Ruler App

We often don’t require a measuring tape but when we do, we all struggle to find it. So rather than struggling in the entire house to find it, you can simply use your phone as a measuring tool using this app. It uses your smartphone camera to detect a plane surface for a starting point. You can measure most of the things, such as distance, angle, perimeter and even volume of 3D objects.

The app is free however if you want to remove ads and archive your measurements, you’ll have to subscribe at $1.5/year, after a 3-day trial period.

 

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20. AR Copy Paste

If you’re a designer and you work on Illustrator, Photoshop or other illustrative apps, imagine being able to pick any object that you like around you and copying it straight to the digital canvas. Cool right? The AR Copy Paste App lets you do exactly that. All you have to do is point your phone at an object you want to copy and move the phone to your desktop to paste it. The app essentially does it by separating the background with the foreground.  It takes about two seconds to copy and four seconds to paste the object, but since it’s still in beta version, we can expect faster speed once it rolls out.

The app can only be accessed on request using this form. If you want to learn more about it you can check their website and also have a look at the source code.

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Best AR Games For Android

We think these Android games can bring you the best Augmented Reality experience. Of course, you can get the best picks from your favourite categories, including action, adventure, puzzle and more. As we said, we’ve suggested some of the best AR games for mid-range Android devices as well. We’re not sure about the other games, but we’ve tested most on a OnePlus 3T.

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