Games have a mysterious attraction — no matter how challenging the gameplay is, we eventually find a way to steal a few moments to play them. Keeping in mind this strange fascination and our routine of monthly game lists we have curated a list of the best Android games that were released in the last few months.
We know, we know that you’d want to jump in straight into the world of games, so without further delay, let’s get started.
1. Middle-earth: Shadow of War
Middle-earth is a role-playing game by the popular Warner Bros. International Enterprises which has made quite a name for itself in the Android gaming world with games like Mission: Berlin, Batman v Superman and Injustice: Gods Among Us
This game follows the journey of Talion and involves real-time battles as you prepare to overthrow Sauron’s armies and build your own army in the process.
I have always been fascinated by games by 111%. WhiteHole is one such game where you have to show all your fighting and shooting skills, so that you stay alive the longest.
Set in a mysterious world, it’s a defense game where survival is the key to pass on to the next level. It’s a tad similar to Charles2 and you’ll have to maintain similar levels of reflex to get you past a stage.
3. Kingsman – The Secret Service
Just like the movie, Kingsman – The Secret Service needs you to defend the Kingsman base while you infiltrate a dangerous crime syndicate. Only the game has an additional feature — you’d need to build your base as you progress.
The game contains a slew of weapons like lasers, cameras, sentry guns, etc. The best part of the game is that you can play your favorite characters such as Eggsy, Harry, and Merlin.
The game is still in early access and thus may contain its share of crashes and bugs in between.
4. Adventurous Fins
Have you ever wondered what it would be like if Mario transformed into a fish? If you have, then let me tell you that Adventurous Fins is the best option to see Mario in action on the water world.
The game plan is similar to most action adventure games — dodge the enemies while you collect coins and rewards in the process.
5. Stormbound: Kingdom Wars
Given the popularity of Game of Thrones, you might be familiar with the concept of kingdom dominations, epic wars, and battles. The Stormbound: Kingdom Wars game follows the same direction sans the dragons and the Night King.
It’s a card-based strategy game, which lets you fight real battles with the help of unique and powerful cards. The goal of the game is simple — defeat the opposite army and claim the land as yours.
There are a dozen cards to be collected and you can also engage in real-time battles with players around the world.
This wipeout game involves a ton of physics-based obstacles and you have to make it to the end with just one game control — a tap. The fun part is that while you master your escape plan, you can record ridiculous GIFs to share with your buddies.
7. Once Upon a Tower
Once Upon a Tower is a cute little game with beautiful graphics and an amazing storyline. A princess is trapped in a tower and she has to find the escape route herself, for there is no prince charming coming to her rescue.
All she has is a war hammer and the gameplan is to claw the way out of the tower with its help. The route to freedom is littered with hammer-wielding trolls, fire-spewing caves, and flying dragons. It’s a fun little game and in no time you’ll get addicted to it.
If you ask me, I have already played it innumerable times and well, have died a quite a few times in the process, yet it seems the addiction is too strong to wear off soon.
Given that we spend almost 26 minutes per day on commutes, why not take the full advantage of this situation and play a game which helps to pass the time but also keeps you captivated with its amazing storyline and graphics.
So, which game will you play first? Do drop us a line or two in the comments below.