It’s Sunday, so that must mean that it’s time for us to take a long hard look at a specific genre of games for Android and decide which of them are the best available. And today we’re looking at the best Android stealth games.
There have been some stealth game casualties in recent years, dropping off the Play Store here and there and leaving us with a pretty thin crop. Not to say the games we’ve found aren’t good. Because they are. Otherwise the title of this list would be a lie.
You can click on the names of the games below to download them from the Play Store. If you’ve got your own sneaking favorite that we haven’t included, be sure to let us know about it in the comments section.
The Best Android Stealth Games
Here they are!
Where a lot of the games on this list are going to involve you sneaking around in order to avoid violence, this one takes the opposite tack. You need to murder the guests at a party without getting caught.
A top-down, twin-stick shooter where running in guns blazing will get you killed pretty much instantly. Instead you need to play smart, picking the right moment to strike and taking down your foes before anyone realizes you’re there.
A new addition to tinyBuild’s extremely popular series, Nicky’s Diaries benefits from being built from the ground up as a mobile game. Players get exactly what they want from a Hello Neighbor game, with a smoother experience, and a few surprises.
Another game where you’re the slaughterer rather than the slaughteree. Work your way through puzzling levels, murdering 80’s teens while trying to avoid getting spotted by the police.
A mix between a heart-stopping stealth-’em-up and a dystopian sci-fi about the surveillance state. It’s pretty damn good, although it might not work on newer Android devices.
Who says board games can’t involve stealth? This one sees you sneaking through a gaslit Victorian underworld as you try to build up the most powerful thieves’ guild.
Sometimes in Among Us you’re wandering around, performing tasks, trying to spot any suspicious behavior. Other times you’re skulking around trying to murder other players without getting caught. Half of that sounds pretty stealthy to us.
Agent 47 is back, and it’s time to head out, experience exotic locations, meet new people, and kill them. This is a faithful recreation of the 2006 classic with a few improvements to boot.
All of the games in the Space Marshals series are great, but we’ve gone for the first one because it meant we had to type less. Stealth is just one of your tools here as you try and clean up the galactic frontier.