Pilot your starship, swing your lightsaber, boldly go where no man has gone before, battle aliens, or just blow stuff up as a giant robot. A collection of the greatest Science Fiction apps and games available on Google Play. Download them you must!
Help the Ninjas of Ninjago fight against the evil forces of the Overlord!
Now you can fight evil in Borg Tower as well as in Digiverse! - Use your awesome ninja skills to avoid dangers and defeat enemies.
- Play as Kai, Cole, Jay or Zane!
A matching puzzle game combined with the raw brutality of destroying a city as a giant robot dragon-snake-tank-thing. Match colored "powercores" to unlock and upgrade Colossatron's weapon systems. Probably the most unboring puzzle game I've played...
There are a ton of Galaga-like space shooting games on Android because they are fairly easy to make. However quantity doesn't mean quality. When Frima, makers of the "Nun Attack" games does it, they do it right. Recommend.
Play an Angry Birds campaign that follows the adventures of Episode IV-VI. The writing is better than the prequel movies, and Angry Birds is fun even if there is a fair amount of luck involved in the gameplay.
Although based on the inferior Star Wars prequel movies, this Angry Birds sequel improves on the first game in every way including allowing you to "join the pork side" and play as the pigs. There is even a Skylanders-like gimmick which allows you to...
Why are they just now making a Monsters VS Aliens game when the movie came out years ago? Maybe a sequel is in the works. Anyway this game is a tilt puzzle game similar to Labyrinth. Play as BOB with cameos by the other characters. Worth checking...
A highly impressive 3D adventure game with console-quality graphics and a unique look. It reminds me of the Rachet and Clank/Jak and Daxter series of games. If you enjoy those kinds of games, check this one out.
The critical mission series is a console quality FPS series that looks and plays like Half Life. The latest entry, simply called Space, continues the series tradition of excellence. It's not free, but check it out if you're a FPS fan.
A combination 3rd-person shooter and Star Fox-like flying shooting game. Play as a me cha fighting to protect the Earth from the return of an alien menace. The bright graphics and sounds remind me of old Sega Saturn games.
An impressive futuristic flight combat simulator with console-quality graphics. The gameplay is intense, but if you enjoy flight sims, this is fantastic. The fact that it's free means there is no excuse to not at least try it.
A city building and turn-based combat space game similar to Galactic Heroes but with more stylized and less realistic graphics, and a more simplified interface. Try them both and see which one you enjoy more. Both are excellent.
A 3D puzzle shooting game where you play as a blue robot that must collect coins and ammo for his plug-like weapon that allows him to reprogram aggressive red robots to join him. Simple gameplay. Recommended for casual game fans.
A survival game where you play as an astronaut having the worst day ever. It's mostly a series of quick-time events and simple mini games that move the cut scenes along. Based on the movie. Check it out.
A nostalgic interactive novel with RPG elements and a Sci-Fi setting from the makers of "Blood of the Zombies". These "books" are a bit pricey as far as games go, but if you're a fan of the genre, they are worth it.
A simple puzzle game where you program your robot to navigate a series of rooms that strongly remind me of the Portal series. Based on the LEGO Mindstorms series of buildable and programmable robot toys.
The Tron game you always wanted is finally here ... only a few decades late. Well better late than never right? This game has graphics better than their source material. That fat guy on YouTube probably soiled his spandex when he saw this game.
A fantasy action RPG similar to Zelda or Secret of Mana with Mech transformations. A really enjoyable game with quality graphics and gameplay. Plus, you can transform into a giant robot, which is always nice.
A kinda-sorta CCG game, but instead of cards you collect parts and pilots for your mechs, which are organized by rarity, and function identically to a CCG. There is also a fleet simulation, that functions like building upgrades to increase your...
A Mech Warrior knock-off. Pretty impressive PS2 era graphics. Its basically a third-person shooter, but the combat is much slower because mechs are bigger and slower than people. Recommended for fans of Mech Warrior or similar games.
An Infinity-Blade like fighting game similar to Man of Steel, and Avengers Initiative. Can't they think of a different game genre for movie games anymore? A quality swipe fighter if you're a fan of the genre or movie.
An augmented reality fighting game which allows you to play as either Jagers or Kaiju. The gameplay doesn't have a lot of depth, but is a more traditional fighting game than the official Pacific Rim game. Recommended for fans of the genre.
A dual-stick shooter MMO with RPG elements and combat similar to "bullet-hell" games. The graphics aren't impressive, but that means it should run on more devices. It is currently in Beta so who knows what will change going forward.
A multiplayer space combat game where multiple players control a single ship, and perform specialized functions like officers on a real vessel. The gameplay may not be for everyone because you need to rely on your team, but check it out.
A boxing game based on the movie. Originally it was boring because it only had a hand full of robots to play as, but with recent updates they've added tons of new content including customization. Check it out.
A simple but unique RPG where you customize a squad similarly to menu-driven RPGs, but includes impressive but non-interactive PVP combat sequences. You gain new soldiers, tactics, and upgrades are acquired via card packs like a CCG. Check it out.
Play as genocidal cat aliens that want to destroy human technology to preserve nature, but have no problem using technology themselves. Cats are such hypocrites. A decent Rampage/Godzilla simulation game.
What would a space list be without some pictures from actual space? It's not always about fun and games. Sometimes we have to remember that the universe we live in is more impressive than any simple game created by humans could be.
A fantastic living wallpaper that I personally use. Simple presentation means few resources used. When you swipe left or right it changes the angle that the stars pass by, giving you a more immersive "starship cockpit" experience. Highly recommended.
A well made MMO with cross platform play between mobile and PC. The characters look like Wii Miis, but the game has humor to match the kid-centric presentation. 3 classes, solid gameplay, and no server issues make this an easy recommendation.
A massive guide to three Star Trek series and the movies. It's basically a wiki, but the interface makes it look and feel like something right out of Star Trek itself. If you're a Trekkie you've got to have this.
An outstanding strategy CCG drawing inspiration from a wide variety of Sci-Fi sources. Collect armies of monsters, robots, aliens, space marines, and things that are a little bit of everything. Highly recommended.