Top Ten Android Games in September 2019

Top Ten Android Games in September 2019

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Android gaming is getting bigger and better every month it seems and there is always a slew of new titles coming to Google Play. Whether you’re a casual gamer or you want something with a bit more meat on its bones, there’s usually a game coming out to suit everyone’s taste.  That being said, here is a list of the top ten android games in September 2019.

Top Ten Android Games in September 2019

1. Oceanhorn

If you’re a Legend of Zelda fan, then Oceanhorn might be the game for you. The popular title features a solid narrative and terrific visuals, along with a captivating soundtrack.

2. Gears POP!

Gears POP! launched at the very tail end of August. It was one of the more anticipated new Android games from E3 2019. Players engage in PvP battles with their favorite characters from Gears of War. The game boasts 30 characters to collect, online PvP action, league play, and a PvE mode for those who like to hammer on bots. It’s a surprisingly simple game without a whole ton of depth. 

3. Raiders of the North Sea

Turn-based tabletop games tend to make for great mobile games on account of their gentle pacing and ability to be played with other people asynchronously (or via pass-and-play).

4. Fowlst

In Fowlst, you play as a loot-seeking owl that has somehow gotten itself stuck in Hell’s underground labyrinth. Every time you play is its own unique challenge because each chamber is randomly generated and filled with demons and other deadly traps to deftly dodge.

5. Human Heroes Einstein’s Clock

Human Heroes Einstein’s Clock is an educational kid’s game revolving around time, the flow of time, and Albert Einstein. This game has surprisingly high production quality for a kid’s game on mobile. Kids learn about time, including how to tell time, how time flows forward, and some introductory stuff into the more complex properties of time itself.

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6. Broken Age

Broken Age has long been a fan favorite, and now it’s finally coming to mobile. The game boasts beautifully designed graphics and a well-written story. It’s hand-animated and offers a ton of puzzles to make your way through.

7. Tropico

For those who don’t already know, Tropico is a beloved city-builder series in which you attempt to lead an authoritarian island paradise to prosperity. It has a whimsical character and Hispanic-style theme, as you – “El Presidente” – manage everything from city planning to press freedoms (or lack thereof).

8. Jydge

JYDGE is a gritty and violent top-down twin-stick shooter that is an absolute blast to play. You are the JYDGE, a cybernetic enforcement officer who uses his Gavel (see: BIG freaking gun) to dole out RoboCop-style justice. Each level features different challenges that are required to progress but never feel like a slogging chore.

9. Rush Wars

Rush Wars is another one of the bigger new Android games releases from Supercell, developers of Clash of Clans and Clash Royale. It’s another strategy game from a studio that does a lot of strategy games. However, this one also has tower defense elements as well.

10. Horizon Chase

Photorealism is great, but it’s much more important when developers focus on building a game that’s actually fun. That’s what the creators of Horizon Chase have done. The game may not look like you’re really there, but as you race through the vibrant and colorful levels, you won’t really care.

Author: BF

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