Though it can be satisfying to play 8-bit games like Flappy Bird on their smartphone and tablets, it can be even better if you took the full advantage of your HD display. HD games allow you to completely immerse yourself in all the fun, with their breathtaking graphics. The Play Store doesn’t fall short when it comes to delivering these games for your enjoyment. Here are just six of the best HD games you should try out on your Android to see just how realistic gaming on your device can be.

Rayman Adventures

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Though Rayman Adventures won’t really test your Android’s HD capabilities, it has really opulent look that truly delivers a seamless and genuinely enjoyable gaming experience. It offers graphics and gameplay that are similar to what you’d find in a game designed for a console, which is pleasing.

It is free to install on your Android device, does not support ads and can still be played even with no internet connection.

Epic Citadel

Technically, this isn’t actually a game, however, if you to measure the full capabilities of your handset or tablet then it doesn’t get any better than this. Epic Citadel is powered with the application of the Unreal Engine 3 and allows users to explore the citadel from Infinity Blade.

Epic Citadel impressively displays winding passages, an outdoor bazaar and a cathedral. This app mostly showcases what Android has to offer and just how fun it is to wander around in HD. It is available for free and requires no internet connection to keep it running.

Real Racing 3

Real Racing 3 is one of the most impressive Android HD games when it comes to graphics. Though it has faced some criticism for the number of in-app purchases it requires for users to progress through the levels in it, it still wins hearts of many Android gamers because of its awesome offline mode.

Real Racing 3 can be downloaded from the Play Store for free but be prepared to make available 1 GB of storage space on your device, as it is a sizeable app.

Modern Combat 5: Blackout

FPSs gaming on a tablet may never match up to playing them on a console or even a PC, but Modern Combat 5: Blackout sure comes close. With highly customizable controls, the HD game app offers tons of options and modes to try out and also includes a mode for extensive online multiplayer.

Modern Combat has great graphics, though its story mode isn’t much compared to some its immersive counterparts on console.

Wild Blood

Wild Blood is an Android HD fantasy game with breathtaking graphics. It takes some elements from games such as Knights of the Round Table and the legend of King Arthur and effectively transforms them into an action game. It doesn’t offer too much in terms of a narrative, but the eye-catching imagery is totally worth it.

Moreover, the fact that it is developed using the Unreal Engine, makes it one of the best HD games to show off what Android is capable of when it comes to visuals.

Dead Trigger 2

Dead Trigger 2 is a second version of the significantly popular HD zombie-smashing game on Android. Although this game requires high performing hardware, playing it on an Android HD display gives off an unmatched graphics experience. If you are a fan of point and shoot games, then you may consider having it on your device. Though the game is free, a few in-app purchases may be pushed on you and the game can only be played with an internet connection present.

What other great Android gaming apps with awesome HD graphics would you recommend? Share them with us in the comments.

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What's my model number?

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Option 1
On your device, go to Settings, then "About device" and scroll down to "Model number"
Option 2
Often times you can view the model number inside the device, by removing the battery
Option 3
Using Samsung's model/serial number location tool