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. Here are the top ten android games of August 2019.
Top Ten Android Games of August 2019
Witcheye is a side-scrolling action-adventure game that feels a little bit like Castlevania. Only instead of playing a demon-slaying hero, you’re a witch’s eyeball. Visuals are pixelated just like in the good old days, and there are over 50 levels to complete. There’s also over 100 enemies and bosses, and a gloriously old school soundtrack to keep things feeling extra retro.
Bethesda launched mobile ports of Doom I and II this last month. They are fairly faithful ports of the original games and a good way to play the original on your phone if you want to. It’s a mobile version of the game and it’s quite as open and friendly as the original versions. Thus, some purists don’t like it and we can definitely understand why.
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. It’s pretty easy to play, too.
Total Party Kill takes the core of 16-bit classic The Lost Vikings and gives it a twist. This time rather than getting your team of three uniquely skilled protagonists to the exit, you have to sacrifice one or more so that at least one survivor makes it. The knight whacks heroes with his sword, chipping them across the screen; the wizard freezes them into a handy ice block, and the archer pinions them to a wall to act as a step.
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Pokémon Masters is the latest game from The Pokémon Company and DeNA and differentiates itself from both the classic Pokémon games we all know and love and the mobile behemoth that is Pokémon Go by throwing you onto the island of Pasio where the Pokémon Masters League takes place. Your goal is to recruit Sync Pairs — that is, a trainer and their favorite Pokémon — to your team to compete in the PML.
6. Dead Rain 2
A slash side-scrolling game on Android. Survive the hell out of a world where a tree grows inside your body. The game looks and feels are great. It is a sequel to the first game. Both games are loved by the audiences. Exploit the weakness of Zombies and learn various skills in order to go ahead.
In Kubrix you’re presented with a large cube, which is put together as a series of connected bricks. You’ll notice that each side of the cube that you can see has dark lines on it. The goal is to twist the various bricks in a way that leads to the lines connecting to the outer edge of the cube and then lighting up.
It may start off easy enough but it becomes more challenging before long. The good news is that there is an “elaborate hint system” to save you if things get too hard.
Elune is a new free to play gacha mobile game from Gamevil. It plays a lot like most gacha mobile RPGs. You play through a story, summon various characters with various abilities, upgrade those characters, and try to become as powerful as possible. You can expect power creep over the long term like most gacha games.
9. 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.
BattleChasers: NightWar is a JRPG developed by HandyGames that’s based on the BattleChasers graphic novel series. Whether or not you’re familiar with the source material, the game does a great job bringing the characters and world to life starting with the highly produced opening cinematic sequence and carried through the game itself with top-notch voice acting to draw players right into the story.