I love playing games, especially Kindle Fire games! Being able to play games on my portable tablet is great, making it easy to take some of my favorite games with me.
On this page you will find a ton of resources including links to the
Best Kindle Fire Games, information on Free vs Paid games, in-app
purchases, and much more!
There are 1000's of simulation games out there, so it can be very overwhelming to know where to start. So we've got this list of 15 Kindle Fire Simulation Games for you to enjoy!
In this list of game apps you'll find a wide range of options, including games that are super simple (just tap your screen over and over) to super deep (build a complex community).
There are games with people, animals, vehicles, monsters, dinosaurs, food, and more! Some games have endless game-play while others have specific goals to reach.
Check out this list and find some new fun simulation games to play on your Kindle Fire.
Are you a fan of the game of poker? Enjoy playing it virtually? How about on your Kindle Fire? If you haven't yet tried playing poker on your tablet be sure to see this list of 10 Kindle Fire Poker Games.
Even if you HAVE played some of these games, there are probably some on this list you haven't yet tried (unless you're a super fan).
There are lots of screenshots and details about each game on this list, including how many stars reviewers have given it, and some unique features to look for.
If you have a favorite poker game you love playing on your Kindle Fire and it's not on our list, please be sure to share it with us in the comments section at the bottom of the poker games page.
Adventure games for your Kindle Fire are some of the most fun games to play! There are a ton of them out there, though, which can make it a bit overwhelming to weed out the duds and find a winner.
Personally, I hadn't even heard of several of these games and am thrilled to have some new fun games to check out.
If you're not sure if you like adventures games go ahead and try them out, you might find a new favorite game among this list.
Thanks, Olga, for sharing these game apps with us!
Even if you usually don't play "gamer" types of games, this simple card game is a ton of fun! My mom and almost-five-year-old enjoy it too.
There are tons of photos and screenshots from my Fire and my own games sessions and experiences.
So check out my new favorite Kindle Fire game and see what you think!
Oh, and did I mention that it's a FREE game? Yep! It's one of Amazon's Underground games- play as long as you want without spending a cent.
With the ever increasing popularity of Amazon's tablet, more and more game apps are being created or adapted for the Kindle Fire, but not all games are of equal quality or value.
Since I love playing games on my Kindle I thought it would be fun to create a list of the Best Kindle Fire Games.
All of these picks are based on my own personal opinion of each game and are just for fun, so feel free to share your favorite games too.
Is there a game you love playing on your Kindle Fire and think is a winner? Or maybe you'd like me to add another category? Tell me about it!
I've added a whole list of some of my favorite games for the Kindle Fire!
This first list is mostly a mix of detective ("point and click") and hidden object games, but I'll be adding other types of lists later.
If you'd like to try some fun new games then check these out! With over 20 games listed (and more to be added in the future) you're sure to find something you haven't yet played (unless you're as obsessed with these games as I am). ;)
These games aren't free, although some come with a demo or trial version. My lists of free games are down below, so keep scrolling if you're only looking for freebies.
If you're ready to pay a little cash for some fabulous games that are worth paying for, then don't miss my favorite Kindle Fire games!
Before downloading free games on your Kindle Fire, be sure you read my article, About Free Kindle Games, to understand the difference between free vs cost and how in-app purchases work.
A lot of free games in the app store (including super popular ones) may be limited or require an additional purchase for full access to the game. Just because it's free to download doesn't mean that all aspects needed to play the game are free.
Looking for some FREE Kindle Fire Games? This is just the start of my list of some super-fun free games that I enjoy playing on my tablet.
I've now added a second list of even MORE Free Games for the Kindle Fire.
I'll continue to add more games to this second list, so sign up for my Kindle Fire Alerts to be notified of new additions! (You don't want to miss out on any new games to become addicted to, do you?)
If you're like me and have maxed out your app storage by downloading a ton of games and other apps, you can always delete some of them off your Kindle, because a copy of it stays in your Amazon cloud storage, available for instant download to play at a later time.
This is especially beneficial since the Kindle Fire has a limited amount of memory allocated for apps, which includes game apps.
Warning: Not all games save your game data, meaning if you delete the app and the game didn't use Amazon's Game System, your game info (scores, levels, etc) will be gone. Be sure to check the game's product page on Amazon before deleting it.
Over the years I've played a variety of games (both on and off of the computer) including popular, well-known games like Monopoly, Apples to Apples, and Solitaire, and less-known games like Dungeons and Dragons, Ascension, Bang!, and Titan Quest.
(Yes, I've played D&D, quite a bit of it actually, and it's fun! It's a creative, team-effort type of game with cool spells, creatures, and characters. Instead of trying to beat the other players you work with the entire group to defeat the bad guys and solve the story together.)
Anyway, I love trying out new games, especially Kindle Fire games and am excited to share all my finds with you.
However, please note that some of these games can only be found in the Google Play Store, but you can still find some excellent games both in the Amazon App Store or other third party app stores.