Here are the best selling Android games. We determine the best sellers by looking at Cyrket, a site that records everything going on in the Android Market.

  1. Angry Birds Space

Angry Birds Space is the fourth version of Angry Bird games. It features sixty interstellar levels on planets and in zero gravity which results is exciting game-play scoping from slow-motion perplexes to light-speed destruction. With regular free of charge updates, new in-app acquisitions, spanking new birds, new superpowers, and a whole galaxy to delve into, the sky is no longer the limit!

  1. Where’s My Parry

The app where’s My Parry resemble the popular Where’s My Water? The story of where’s My Parry revolves around a semi-aquatic, egg-lying mammal Parry whose mission is to save the world. The game features eighty levels and its aim is to solve the puzzles to help Perry on his way as he gets stuck in his transportation tubes.

Best about the app is some original voice actors; bonus levels and hidden files for buffs of the show.  However, difficulty in drawing precise lines while playing on the iPhone is disappointing.

  1. Where’s My Water?

It’s an unassuming puzzle game revolving around a ‘Swampy the Alligator’ who wants enjoying fresh baths but the other alligators keep disrupting his water supply. The gamer’s goal is to get the water running out of Swampy’s shower.

The app is similar to Feed me Oil and has 80 levels divided across four worlds.  New 20-levels pack “Change is Good,” has recently been added to the game in a free update which enables you to change the liquid you’re dealing with into another kind of liquid.

  1. Asphalt 7: Heat

Asphalt 7: Heat is the latest entry in Gameloft’s popular arcade racing franchise. The gamers compete against more than 60 licensed vehicles to race on 15 different tracks across more than 100 unique events to make their way to the top. What’s best about Asphalt 7: Heat is its clever structuring and fantastic graphics. But dodgy crash physics and little-to-no innovation is really disappointing to the fans.

  1. Osmos HD

Osmos HD is an independently-developed game for almost all popular platforms – MAC, iOS, PC and Android. This single-level mission is all about “eat or be eaten.” Your aim is of course to not get eaten by bigger, nastier, red space amoebae, rather grow by eating other, smaller space amoebas and to boldly go where no space-amoeba has reached before.