Welcome to Friday, everyone. It's finally the end of the week, so once again, I have more than a few noteworthy sales to share with everyone. First up is Quell Memento+, an enjoyable puzzle game that offers a relaxing experience. Next, I have G30 - A Memory Maze, and this is a minimal puzzler where you'll piece together the story of a person suffering from a cognitive disorder. Last but not least is Underworld Office, a gorgeous visual novel where your choices matter. As always, I've highlighted all of the interesting titles in bold green text in order to make discovery easier.
Don't you hate it when something you're looking forward to gets announced without a date and you're left waiting months without so much as a peep as to when it'll come? For the ten-year-old reboot of Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game on Stadia — well, maybe it shouldn't have taken this long — but it's finally time to welcome this classic back.
Rovio's Angry Birds series has seen many forms over the years. It all kicked off with a fantastic slingshot game, but in recent years Rovio has been treading water with low-effort bubble poppers and match-3 titles, which is hardly worth writing home about. Surprisingly Rovio has just announced the soft launch of Angry Birds Journey, and to my amazement, it looks like Rovio has finally gone back to its roots with a new entry in the core slingshot series.
Square Enix has announced that its free-to-play collection-based tactical RPG Dragon Quest Tact will be coming to the West on both Android and iOS. Back in February (2020), Square announced the game for Japan, and it would appear it was launched in July (2020) and has already racked up 500,000 installs. I suppose this success is the reason the game will soon come to new territories. While the English version isn't slated for a release until 2021, it's already available for pre-registration on the Google Play Store.
Welcome to Wednesday, everyone. Even though the early months of the year tend to be slow, I still have a few standout sales to share with everyone today. First and foremost, you can pick up the fantastic adventure game Old Man's Journey for a buck, so don't miss out on this one if you've yet to play. Next, I have Twinfold, an enjoyable puzzle game from Kenny Sun. Last but not least is Heal: Pocket Edition, an atmospheric point and click adventure where obscurity drives the narrative. As always, I've highlighted all of the interesting titles in bold green text in order to make discovery easier.
DotEmu initially brought a mobile port of Titan Quest to Android back in 2016, though it would appear HandyGames took over the reins at some point. Oddly enough, the iOS version of this action RPG has seen a few different releases come and go, and so it looks to now be Android's turn. That's right, there's a Legendary Edition of Titan Quest coming to Android sometime soon, and it's already available for pre-registration.
PUBG Corporation isn't one to stick to a rigid schedule when it comes to new patches, so we didn't see an update in December. Well, it looks as though the studio is possibly back to its old schedule for the time being since it just released patch 1.2 on the Play Store. As you would expect, new content is here for all to enjoy, such as the Runic Power Mode, where players will get to choose from three new skills that require special runes to power. Of course, new weapons, new options, and plenty of game improvements are in the mix as well, which I'll detail below.
Welcome to Monday, everyone. Today I have a few standout sales to share with everyone, including Slaughter 2: Prison Assault, an enjoyable shooter absent of abusive monetization. Next, I have Neverwinter Nights, a quality CRPG that's often on sale for half off. Last is Package Inc., an entertaining puzzler from InfinityGames. As always, I've highlighted all of the interesting titles in bold green text in order to make discovery easier. So without further ado, here are 30 temporarily free and 33 on-sale apps and games for the beginning of the week.
Welcome to the roundup of the new Android games that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous two weeks or so. Today's list is broken up into several segments, ranging from best, average, to mediocre. So whether you're looking for the best games of quality or are simply looking for the latest free-to-play gacha titles, you're covered. This week I have a fantastic block-breaking game, an enjoyable point and click adventure that offers an oceanic theme, and a unique fighting game that isn't monetized horribly. So without further ado, here are the new and notable Android games released during the last two weeks.