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Google's top picks for best games of 2013


2:30 PM on 12.20.2013
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Google has picked the best games of 2013 for the Google Play store. Here's the list:

  • Heroes of Dragon Age 
  • Juice Cubes
  • DragonVale
  • Plants vs. Zombies 2
  • Rayman Fiesta Run
  • Asphalt 8: Airborne
  • 10000000
  • Anomaly 2
  • Dots: A Game About Connecting
  • Fifa 14
  • rymdkapsel
  • Containment The Zombie Puzzler 
  • The Blockheads
  • Into the Dead
  • Clash of Clans

I've played three of the listed games here which were Rayman, Anomaly 2, and Plants Vs Zombies 2. All fun games, and I'll be looking into Juice Cubes now thanks to this list. Rest I'm not sure about. What have you played from this list that's actually fun?






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