The 1979 Iranian Revolution was one of the most influential and important events of the late 20th century. The narrative-driven '1979 Revolution: Black Friday' was originally released for PC on Steam in April, based on real stories from Iran between 1978 and 1981. In this Telltale-esque game, you play as photojournalist Reza, caught between opposing sides of the revolution.
After arriving on Steam through the Steam Greenlight program, it was well-received by both users and critics. The game currently sits at a 80 on Metacritic, and a "Very positive" overall ranking on Steam. Now the game has arrived on the Google Play Store for just $4.99 - much less than the $11.99 price for PC gamers.
However, 1979 Revolution: Black Friday is quite demanding. You will need an Android 5.0+ device with OpenGL ES 3.0 support and 3GB of RAM. The game's description also lists an octa-core CPU as a minimum requirement, but it played fine on my four-core Google Pixel.