If you have ever played through the original Lode Runner, then you will know that it's a great classic puzzle platformer with simple controls and genre-defining gameplay. Oddly enough Nexon is the company that created this new interpretation of the classic for Android, and it's totally free to play. Oh, and despite the Play Store clearly listing advertisements in the game, there are actually none to be found. Of course, Lode Runner would not be included in this list if it didn't have keyboard controls. You will still have to use the touchpad to navigate the menus, but once you are in a stage you can navigate with the left and right arrow buttons, and use Z and X to shoot your beam in corresponding directions.
SuperTuxKart is a free and open-source kart racing video game themed after a few icons in the open-source community. Think Mario Kart, but with Linux, BSD, and Mozilla characters. It's been around for years, but only just recently was it ported to Android. Of course, since this was initially a desktop game, the keyboard controls have remained intact. They will even be explained to you as you are playing, which is very helpful for those that are new to the game.
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