Here’s a Full List of Unity3D Games for Android


Following the release of Unity3D’s SDK for Android, many titles have been ported over from iOS or have been released from the ground up for Android. A ton of these titles offer quality gaming experiences, but it’s not exactly a walk in the park to find them. The folks at Unity have compiled a list of titles developed using their engine that is now available for Android, though. You may not be interested in every single one of them, but it’s worth taking a look through all of them – you’re sure to find a gem or two. Find the full list below courtesy of Droid Gamers.

Unity3D developer games for Android:

  1. Optathlon for United Airlines by Matmi
  2. Castle Warriors by GameResort
  3. Doodle Bowling by GameResort
  4. Zombie Defense by Dromedary
  5. Some slider puzzles by Decane
  6. Dogfight Lite for Android by Joaquin Grech (+ Dogfight)
  7. BATTLE BEARS: Zombies! by SkyVu Pictures
  8. Paper Football 3D for Android by JIRBO Games
  9. Zombies vs Catgirls by Randy Flood
  10. Bead Trail by Paul Schreiber
  11. The Great Ball Drop by Swift Creek Games LLC
  12. Skee Hoops by Hairy Monster Studios
  13. Beer Pong Classic by Corey Ledin LLC
  14. Lame Castle by Be-Rad Entertainment
  15. Catch a Ghost by Paul Schreiber
  16. Abduction by Nanogamo
  17. Crash For Cash by Midnight Status
  18. BowQuest: PandaMania! by FizzPow Games
  19. Cows Don’t Fly by HyperBees Ltd.
  20. Penguin X Run by Root9
  21. Phoenix Spirit by Spearhead Entertainment
  22. Polarity by Little Buddy Entertainment
  23. Ragna Rock by Gamevial
  24. Drink It! by Z3D
  25. Splode by Escalation Studios LLC
  26. Food Fight! Children’s Book by Jelly Biscuits
  27. Mana Chronicles by Spearhead Entertainment
  28. Downhill Bowling 2 by GameResort
  29. Drift Mania Championship by Ratrod Studio Inc.
  30. Douglas Fur’s Call of the Wild by Blue Diesel LLC
  31. Can Knockdown by Infinite Dreams
  32. Plasma Lamp by Infinite Dreams
  33. Rocket Bunnies by Defiant Development
  34. Crazy Snowboard by
  35. UFO Puzzle Attack! by David Gutierrez Palma
  36. Pebble by Gamevial
  37. Road Rage Lite by Gamevial
  38. Draw3D Lite by Gamevial
  39. Army Ranger Challenge by The Game Agency
  40. Bed Intruder The Game by Mighty Rabbit Studios, Inc.
  41. Memory Block and Memory Block Pro by Category 5 Games
  42. Topple Towers by Ian Stanbridge
  43. Vertigo Towers JoshOClock
  44. Breakout Kings by The Game Agency
  45. Stupid Zombies by GameResort
  46. Zombie Room AR by No, You Shut Up Games
  47. Holmenkollen Ski Jump by Agens AS
  48. Samurai II: Vengeance by MADFINGER Games
  49. Qbism HD Blowfish Studios Ltd
  50. Dr Nano X – will be available at Amazon Android App Store
  51. Miku, the videogame by Albert Devesa Triscon
  52. Cordy by SilverTree Media
  53. AirAttack HD Lite Art In Games
  54. Doodle Monster RVW games
  55. Stellar Escape by Orange Agenda
  56. Hungry MonstR by Blowfish Studios Ltd


Quentyn Kennemer
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  1. keep it coming!!!

  2. Cool! It’s always nice to see decent game titles released for Android. Hopefully, PopCap gets on the ball a bit more, I know most of their games are dated, but I want PvZ on my phone, and I’m not about to sideload it from some shady Chinese dev.

  3. What is the game in the picture?

  4. Nazi zombies!!

  5. Yay games!

    I’ve actually been wondering, and this is a random but probably effective place to ask, but what is this game?

    Google posted that on their blog and i’ve seen it in some videos. What is it!?

  6. i didnt know rocket bunny were in the phone android market. google needs to find out a way to make it easier for us to find apps!!! i cant wait for a couple of months!!!

  7. Any civilization-like strategy games in there?

  8. @ron: that’s a demo project we’re working on at Unity Technologies and it’s not available just yet (think dual-stick shooter type game).

    @Phillip: I don’t believe so, but I’m also not intimately familiar with every game in there so I may have missed one.

    So folks know, I’m the Product Evangelist for Unity. :)

  9. Phandroid have you looked at all these. Any chance of a blog were you rank them and mayve a little more info, only if they are worth the time.

  10. there are many good games in the list but my latest recommendations shall be:
    – Stellar Escape
    – Splode
    – Hungry MonstR

  11. @JR Rocket Bunnies was out for Android first. Been playing it for a while.

  12. @ Taylor #5 poster. That is Cordy

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