My Friend Pedro is a Devolver Digital game focusing on tight, visceral combat, stylized visuals, and a trippy hallucinogenic story. And because that describes about 95% of Devolver Digital games: this is the one with a banana in it. The game got rave reviews when it released on PC and consoles back in 2019, and now there's a mobile version coming to Android.
Early last year, we saw Thomas Young's radish-based platformer Dadish hit it big on the Play Store, and it's easy to see why. The game is simply adorable thanks to its charming 2D graphics, and better yet, it's a quality platformer that offers the fun and simplicity of the classics. This is most likely why the game was a breakout success, so it's hardly a surprise to see that the follow-up has been released in quick succession. That's right, Dadish 2 is here, and much like the original title, it's a free ad-supported game where you can remove its advertisements through a single in-app purchase, making for a premium release.
Grimvalor is a popular mobile hack and slash platformer that was originally released on iOS at the end of 2018. On the Apple App Store the game is available with an upfront price, though the new early access Android release forgoes that style of monetization to offer the download and first act for free, and if you decide that you enjoy the game, you can unlock all five of its acts through a single in-app purchase priced at $6.99.
Pixel Crow and 11 bit studios have released their '80s cop adventure Beat Cop on the Play Store. It's a port of the PC release that was originally launched in 2017. Beat Cop is a pixel-based affair where you play the part of Jack Kelly, an ex-detective framed for murder. You can expect a nonlinear story with multiple endings that's packed full of sarcastic humor inspired by the classic police shows and movies of the 1980s. So get ready to hit the gritty streets of New York to write some tickets and ultimately solve the mystery of who framed you.
The creators of the highly acclaimed platformer Leo's Fortune have released their latest endeavor on the Google Play Store. It's called Oddmar, and if you've heard of it before it's because it has been available on iOS for about nine months now. It was widely accepted as one of the best platformers released on iOS last year (to the point of winning an Apple Design Award), and now Android users finally have the opportunity to check it out.
There are already more than a few Pac-Man games available on Android, but are there any that combine Disney properties with everyone's favorite dot-eating arcade character? Well, there is now with the release of PAC-MAN: Ralph Breaks the Maze. It ties into the upcoming Disney movie Ralph Breaks the Internet, and despite what you may think, the game is actually pretty good.
Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn was created thanks to an Indiegogo campaign that started back in 2014. After years of development a release was imminent, but then the beat 'em up was delayed thanks to some licensing issues. Much of the game had to be largely reworked, which is why it didn't get released on consoles until June 2018. Despite the change in genre from the original Shaq Fu 2D fighting game, the reception has been overwhelmingly positive. Now that the dust has settled, Android users finally get their very own version, and you can pick it up for free off of the Play Store right now.
Hello Neighbor is a creepy stealth adventure puzzle game that just landed on Android. It's been available on PC and consoles since the end of last year, so it may look a little familiar. You get to play the part of a nosey child who is going to spend a lot of time trying to sneak into their mysterious neighbor's house. The cool bit is a smart AI controls this neighbor, which means you will never know exactly how he will behave.
Death Coming was initially released on the PC back in Nov. 2017. Since then it has been ported to iOS, and just yesterday it was released for Android. If you have never heard of this title before, then let me fill you in. Imagine that you just died and in order to remain on the planet you have made a deal with Death to perform all of his dirty work for him. Now imagine that you get to pick and choose who should die by using the in-game environment to your advantage. Maybe that person walking ever so closely to that manhole should meet an untimely end, or perhaps those people swimming in a pool should have checked to see how close that frayed powerline actually is.
MidBoss'sRead Only Memories: Type-M is an Android port of the PC game 2064: Read Only Memories. It is a tech-noir point and click adventure game inspired by the classic cyberpunk-themed graphic adventure Snatcher. It has been enhanced for mobile play by including an improved interface that is geared towards touchscreen devices. But best of all the first chapter is available for free, so you can test the game out before you decide to buy.