Welcome to the collection of new Android games that aired on the Play Store or were discovered by us the previous week. Today I have a Riot collection, Legends of Runeterra, Five Nights at Freddy’s round, and a sequel to Kingdom: New Lands. So without further ado, here are the more famous Android games released on the week of April 27, 2020.
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The Legend of Runeterra
Android Police Coverage: Legends of Runeterra is a new League of Legends card game, out now
Legends of Runeterra is a card game that can be collected from Riot Games, and although this genre is not as popular as before, there is still a fan base for this type of game. For the most part, the titles are well balanced, and online matches are often quite fair, despite the fact that you can buy as many cards as you like (recent changes) means the game can be considered as a payment for winning.
Monetization: free / without advertising / IAP starting from $ 4.99 – $ 49.99
The Best Custom Night
Android Police Coverage: Ultimate Custom Night is Five Nights at Freddy’s spin-off that finally reaches Android
Ultimate Custom Night has been moved to Android, and this is a mashup title that contains fifty animatronic characters selected from the Five Nights at Freddy series, and you can also set your difficulty level, which makes this a survival adventure that matches anyone’s expertise. level. Basically, Ultimate Custom Night takes the best aspects of the previous game and wraps it in highly customizable settings, so it must be easily appealing to franchise fans as well as newcomers.
Monetization: $ 2.99 / no ads / IAP $ 4.99 per item
Royal Two Crowns
Android Police Coverage: The Indie Kingdom Two Crowns adventure game landed on Android for $ 10
Kingdom Two Crowns is a continuation of the indie adventure game Kingdom: New Lands, and it brings a new co-op mode and launch event starring several characters from Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night. The developers also added a new campaign mode to the series, which means there is more structure to this release above the first title. So, if you want to learn the maker of a new kingdom, the Kingdom of the Two Crowns is as good as it gets.
Monetization: $ 9.99 / no ads / no IAP
Android Police Coverage: Butterscotch Shenanigans DIY Levelhead platformer landed on Android for $ 7
Levelhead is the latest release from Butterscotch Shenanigans, a competent dev with an evil sense of humor. More or less, Levelhead is similar to Mario Maker, where you can make your own levels as part of the game’s main mechanics. Interestingly, Levelhead offers a unique rating for assessing these levels, and the more you play other people’s content, the better the placement for your user-created level. So basically, the more you play, the more opportunities you have about people paying attention to your content, which should make a solid level rotation for everyone to play.
Monetization: $ 6.99 / no ads / no IAP
I found Anti Pong on the iOS game subreddit last weekend and was happy to know that the game was also available on Android, so I tried it. If you can’t say the name, this is a game where you will avoid the ball, and that’s because your paddle consists of separate blocks, and will decrease each time the ball bounces off your block. In the end, this is a game that combines Pong with Breakout, and the result is a fun title that is fun solo, or locally with friends.
Monetization: $ 0.99 / no ads / no IAP
Wanderlust: Transsiberian is the latest chapter in the Wanderlust: Travel Stories collection, and this is a standalone release, not to be confused with Steam version which requires a core game. In this text based adventure game you will be able to travel along the Trans-Siberian train track, and your choice is your choice, so whether you enjoy interacting with others, or take care of yourself, you can do it in this release, which results in an experience which is adjusted, not to mention, replayability is improved.
Monetization: $ 1.99 / no ads / no IAP
Hyperspace Delivery Service
Hyperspace Delivery Service has been available as a test release on Android for some time now, but this week marks the official launch on Android. The game is played like a classic Oregon Trail adventure game, but of course, you are in outer space, and fortunately the story contains a lot of humor, which really complements this science fiction adventure game.
Monetization: $ 3.99 / no ads / no IAP
Titan that survived
Surviving Titan is a 2D survival game that plays in a top-down view. This means it is an open-world experience, and very similar Crashlands, You are stranded on an alien planet with a robot helper. Apart from similarities, this is a fun survival game, and because this is a premium release, you don’t need to worry about in-app purchases that ruin your fun.
Monetization: $ 4.99 / no ads / no IAP
Samsara Room is a free release from Rusty Lake and used to exist as a web-based game, which means it is the forerunner of the Rusty Lake universe. As you would expect, Samsara Room is a point and click adventure, and most plays like a space escape game. So if you want to celebrate Rusty Lake’s fifth birthday in style, you should take the Samsara Room post hastily. After all, this game is free.
Monetization: free / no ads / no IAP
Good Beings: Health for Children
Good Beings: Wellness for Kids comes from Kuato Studios, the same person behind the educational game Marvel Hero Tales. As you would expect, Well-Beings is also an educational release, and offers a collection of mini-games built around 100 tasks that improve mood and motivation. Ideally, these tasks will teach your child how to relax while also teaching them how to pay attention to other people’s moods. Something I’m sure many parents will be very interested in teaching their children during quarantine themselves.
Monetization: free / no ads / no IAP
Don’t Destroy Robots
Don’t Break The Robot is a fun little puzzle game where you are assigned to draw the path most directly to your destination, but the problem is, you also have to light every green platform along the way. Of course, many obstacles await, and you should think to find the best route available without dying. There are fifty levels to complete which are divided between five separate worlds, which should keep players busy for a while.
Monetization: free / contains advertising / no IAP
Blend It 3D
When our leader Artem told me that a game was popular, I listened, so it seemed that this mixed game was a hot commodity. Like most ordinary games, this is a title that is supported by advertising, although you can delete this ad through in-app purchases if you find it troublesome. More or less, it will be your job to mix the drinks in the blender by pushing the objects in the blender to fill the glass into each row. This is a simple setting, and it makes time printer fun.
Monetization: free / contains advertising / IAP $ 2.99 per piece
Crowd Bomber is a Voodoo release, and the title contains advertisements, although you can delete these ads through one in-app purchase. Usually Voodoo offers casual games, and Crowd Bommer is no different, even though it’s at least a unique release. You know, it’s your job to paint all the NPCs at each level, and to coat them all, you have to carefully shoot enough paint on the NPC so that they will spread the paint to whoever is left unharmed.
Monetization: free / contains advertising / IAP $ 2.99 per piece
Fancade is a mini-game collection application that contains many different game genres. You can jump from a simple card game to then try a driving or 3D puzzle game. You can also create your own games that can be shared on a player basis. Remember, some registered mini-games will cost you a small amount of in-game currency to open them. You can buy this currency through several different in-app purchases, but you can also get it by watching ads.
Monetization: free / contains advertising / IAP starting from $ 0.99 – $ 9.99
Mecha Tank Arena
Mecha Tank Arena is a twin shooter, doesn’t mean you will know it from the Play Store description or screenshot of the title. I don’t know why developers are so afraid to really explain their game or show illustrative screenshots, but it is a trend that I hope more devs will ignore. Basically this game is played as a stick-based twin shooter where you will shoot baddies and bosses to get upgrades and buffs so you can progress further.
Monetization: free / contains advertising / IAP starting from $ 1.99 – $ 44.99
Area F2 – Global Launch
Area F2 – Global Launch is a general interpretation of Rainbow Six Siege for mobile, so as you might expect, this is a shooter that contains a fair share of in-app purchases. Beyond the questioning monetization, it seems that devs have succeeded in cloning the main mechanism of Rainbow Six Siege, and therefore this shooter can be fun, provided you don’t expect quality support or polished graphics.
Monetization: free / contains advertising / IAP starting from $ 0.99 – $ 49.99
Man, if you think this week’s CCG launch is a bit late for the party, wait until you find out this MOBA. Indeed, MOBA is a trend that is dying on mobile phones at the moment, but that certainly doesn’t stop LINE Games from launching the latest generic MOBA that includes anime themes on the Play Store. Another misstep is the fact that MOBA relies on many players for matchmaking, where the player base for this new title is too small for people to be able to jump into exciting matches easily. Hopefully, that will change soon, but for now, the game needs to be further polished, and certainly requires a larger player base.
Monetization: free / without advertising / IAP starting from $ 2.49 – $ 84.99
Subscribe to My Adventure
Subscribe to My Adventure is an RPG that simulates what it’s like to start your own social media empire. You will start as a beginner streamer, and you have to increase your rankings by getting attention and subscriptions, just like you do in real life. So far, the reviews for the game have been quite positive, although many users say that the title currency is difficult to obtain, hampering progress. It also seems that this game is suffering from translation problems, and cutting text can cause problems with progress as well. Hopefully, this obstacle is dealt with in a short time, because this is a good RPG if not, despite greedy monetization.
Monetization: free / without advertising / IAP starting from $ 1.99 – $ 99.99
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