Gaming Mobile The 5 Best Cartoon Network Games for Android These aren't just cheap tie-ins by Carter Dotson Writer Carter Dotson is a former Lifewire writer and an Android gaming expert who reviews games for top gaming outlets. our editorial process Carter Dotson Updated on January 28, 2020 Mobile Consoles & PCs Cheats & Codes Gaming Services Game Play & Streaming Mobile Gaming Tweet Share Email If you or your kids love Cartoon Network programming, you can take the fun and silliness with you on any Android device by playing games tied to the network's shows. Here are our picks for the best 5 games from the shows you love. Attack the Light (Steven Universe) Cartoon Network What We Like Charming storyline true to Steven Universe canon. Intuitive swipe and tab controls. No in-app purchases. Fun for kids and their parents. What We Don't Like Relatively short game. Repetitious gameplay. Ad supported. There's a name that you need to get familiar with when you talk about Cartoon Network Games, and that is Grumpyface. The talented studio is a regular collaborator with both Cartoon Network and Adult Swim's publishing houses and is perhaps their star pupil. Play Attack the Light, and you'll see why. This game based on the show Steven Universe uses an interesting stylistic stripped-down design from the show, while still being a faithful representation of the world of the show. The game itself takes cues from games like Super Mario RPG that involve timing and interactive elements in battle beyond just selecting attacks in menus. It's an RPG that's strong well beyond the hook of its license, and fun even if you're not a fan of the show. Teeny Titans (Teen Titans Go!) Lifewire / Catherine Song What We Like Humor, gameplay, and compulsive collecting. More than 70 collectible figures. No in-app purchases. What We Don't Like Can be frustratingly difficult. Contains ads. Even if you don't like Teen Titans Go! — and the show has at least the self-deprecating sense of humor to know some people don't — you'll still have a great time with Teeny Titans. The game is one of the better Pokemon clones out there, though calling it a clone is not necessarily accurate because the combat is entirely different, using real-time elements with charging-up attacks to differentiate itself. As well, the figure collecting combines elements of gacha systems with the more standard monster-catching known to the genre. It's a familiar game with a license that still manages to be a bit unique in and of itself, a combo that Cartoon Network and Grumpyface pull off really well. OK K.O.! Lakewood Plaza Turbo Cartoon Network What We Like Colorful graphics and fun gameplay. Easy-to-understand controls. No in-app purchases. What We Don't Like Some levels are incredibly difficult. Contains advertisements. Cartoon Network Games is even trying some interesting things with their games division. This game is a beat 'em up based on a pilot by Ian Jones-Quartey around the same time that Steven Universe's pilot came out. Nothing seemed to happen with the pilot, and Jones-Quartey went on to work on Steven Universe. But then, after quitting the show, he got a chance to revive his pilot as a sort of multimedia brand, starting with a game based on the show, which itself had heavy video game influence. A game jam for the license also happened, and it'll be interesting to see just where OK, K.O. goes from here. Soundtrack Attack (Steven Universe) Cartoon Network Games What We Like Tap, hold, and swipe to the music. Good graphics and familiar soundtrack. Gem personalization options. What We Don't Like Short game. Some features are overly simplistic. Gem customization options are limited. Some audio glitches. This rhythm platformer is perfect for Steven Universe fans with remixes of the show's music, but what might appeal to fans the most is the custom Crystal Gem creator that allows players to create their own gemsona, so to speak, to play as in the game. Just a cool little touch that tries to connect with the fans rather than just being a cash-in. Card Wars Kingdom Cartoon Network Games What We Like 200+ beautifully drawn cards. Fast and furious battles. Easy-to-learn card fighting system. Excellent player vs. player (PvP) modes. What We Don't Like Gameplay becomes stale after a while. Somewhat simplistic gameplay. Card Wars is one of the more notable episodes of Adventure Time, and the app based on the card game proved to be popular as well. Card Wars Kingdom improves the experience in two ways: adding in PVP multiplayer battles to play in as opposed to just having a single player campaign. As well, going free-to-play was a smart move, as the original paid game has many free-to-play monetization tactics despite being a paid game.