Earlier we released Part 1 of the ‘best of the best’ games that we have compiled for you. You can find these great Android games in the Google Play store. If you haven’t seen the first list, you should have a look at it. Now we are going to continue to help you navigate through the very long list of game choices.
This Month’s Android Games Cont’d
Every month we will present to you the hottest new games. To be fair and really find the best of the best, we will delve deep into the Google Play store looking for those cutting-edge Android games that often go missed. You can be the gamer that lets your friends know about these cool finds.
Best Android RPG games
Dragon Heroes: Our first choice in shooter RPG games
Basically, this is a vertical-scrolling shooter with RPG elements. Dragon Heroes: Shooter RPG lends some wanted depth to a fundamentally basic genre. By systematically moving through each level, you have the ability to unlock a number of heroes and then upgrade their skills in an effort to save Dragonia from a wave of Dragons who are the bosses on every level.
The shooting gameplay is colorful, kinetic and simple. There are endless buttons you can press in the menus, giving it a cool arcade vibe. The only issues we had were that it took an incredibly long time to load the game at startup. However, once you are blasting away at dragons, you quickly forget about it. That said, if you want to have a quick game and find yourself waiting forever for it to load, it can be somewhat frustrating.
The game has a number of different PvP battle modes and Guilds so you won’t be getting bored anytime soon.
The Walking Dead: Road to Survival: Our first choice in survival games!
The Walking Dead offers you the basics in an Android survival game while proving that franchises can thrive just as well as zombies on this post-apocalyptic earth. The Walking Dead: Road to Survival is one of the richest Walking Dead Android experiences so far. It mainly functions as a basic base-building game, and Woodbury is where you will construct the training grounds, workshops and farms so that you can get humanity back on its feet.
When you get outside the base, there are raids and missions. You will find yourself exploring the surroundings through story-led turn-based combat, and you will also face off against online opponents, fighting for supplies. When you are in the story mode, you get to make some of the decisions at critical moments, and fans of the comic books find this part really enjoyable.
Overall, the game is pretty involving if you are just starting out. The dynamics function very well, but after just a few hours of gameplay, it becomes evident that it’s a pay-to-win game. There have been numerous user complaints about the random equipment and characters presented to you that you have to pay for to acquire. Try to enjoy the game and the free components and try to avoid dropping too much of your hard-earned money.
Marvel Future Fight: Best Android Marvel game
Marvel Future Fight is an interesting and immediately engaging addition to your Marvel gaming universe. You begin with Iron Man, Black Widow and Captain America whose quest is to gather a band of heroes capable of saving the world from the future trans-dimensional threat.
You have a choice of control styles – 1-touch or virtual pad. You can dash around short levels, hammering away at astounded scoundrels until you find the boss. Once you unlock more characters, you can then swap them in and out of your trio and switch between them in a level at any time.
When things get heated and the levels start taking more than one try to pass, you may find yourself hovering around the in-app purchases. Don’t worry – there’s plenty to keep you entertained for a while before you reach that point.
Best Android Endless Runner Games
Speedy Ninja: Our first choice
In Speedy Ninja, you play as a nimble ninja running quickly across the screen, fighting the opponents with your fireballs, swords, and more.
What makes Speedy Ninja such a terrific endless runner is that all of the action occurs above and below a burning fuse that you have to run across. You must be paying close attention to what is going on in both directions in order to make the best possible decisions and gather the most coins. When you have enough coins, you can buy other weapons and extra characters.
Speedy Ninja may not be the most inventive endless runner but it does cover the basics really well. The graphics are flashy, with tight controls, challenging levels, and good effects. Oh yes, let’s not forget the dragon ride.
It would appear to be a match made in heaven when you combine Spider-Man with an endless runner. Spider-Man is busy swinging through New York streets, climbing skyscrapers and fighting exciting battles against Doc Ock, The Green Goblin and a bunch of other ‘bad eggs.’
The game borrows heavily from the comic in the way it looks. The cell-shaded graphics work flawlessly with the 3D level design. Don’t expect an epic plot here, but what’s known for sure is that even if you aren’t a Spider Man fan, you’ll enjoy this game.
If you liked Mirror’s Edge, then you should like Vector since it really is the closest thing on Android to the DICE’s 2008 masterpiece. The silhouetted character has a flair for being on the run in a totalitarian city.
The game offers you superior animation, and the character movements look totally human. There are fewer collectible items than in many other endless runners – the focus is more on survival rather than hunting. We can say for sure: jumping from one rooftop to the next feels great here.
Watch for Part 3 on the best Android games coming very soon.