The Best 2D Platformers for Android 2022 – Levelhead, Oddmar, Witcheye and More

Platform games have been around for nearly as long as there have been video games. They’ve created some of the most recognizable characters in videogame lore, and probably account for a large percentage of destroyed controllers and hurled phones.

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Platform games have been around for nearly as long as there have been video games. They’ve created some of the most recognizable characters in videogame lore, and probably… Continue reading
Platform games have been around for nearly as long as there have been video games. They’ve created some of the most recognizable characters in videogame lore, and probably account for a large percentage of destroyed controllers and hurled phones.
Levelhead
So we thought we’d take a gander at the Play Store and pick what we think are currently the finest 2D platforming specimens that you can download for your Android phone or tablet right this second. And we think we’ve come up with some gems.
You can click on the names of the games below to download them from the Play Store, and the vast majority of them are premium – we’ve mentioned the ones that aren’t. If you’ve got your own favorite two-dimensional leaper that isn’t included, feel free to go off on one about it in the comments section.
Not only is Levelhead a super slick and challenging platformer in its own right, it also features a comprehensive level editor that lets you create and share your own tough-as-nails challenges. It’s a brilliant package of platforming fun that could well suck up hours of your life.
Nintendo’s most famous mascot made a pretty big splash with this one-handed platformer when it first came out a few years back. And it’s just as good now as it was then. Super smooth and deeply compelling, it’s hard to put down. This one’s free to start with an IAP to unlock the rest.

There are loads of Nitrome games that could have been included in this list, but we’ve decided to go for the most offbeat one. You’re controlling a cube with a gun on one side and a shield on the other. You’re not just platforming, you’re puzzling as well. And it’s great.
A charming and engaging, retro-tastic leaping remake / sequel with some bright ideas and plenty to explore. There are more than 60 levels to work your way through, and a time trial mode if you’re more into speed runs. There’s an awful lot to love here. It’s free with an IAP to get rid of the ads.
Where a lot of the other games on this list feature primary colors and cheery cartoon styles, Limbo wanders off in the other direction. It’s monochromatic, gloomy and filled with dread. Treck through the dead spaces of the after life, solve puzzles, die a lot.
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