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5 of the Best Open-Source Games for Android (And They’re Free Too)

Android and open-source games. Open-source games and Android. The two things feel inseparable, like Marmite and peanut butter, as both are fundamentally brought to us by people who code things for the joy of coding, constantly working to improve them alongside dedicated communities. The great thing about open-source games is that they’re free without caveats (unlike pretty much every kind of “free” game on the Play Store, which usually is littered with in-app purchases).
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