Most mobile gamers would agree that there is no better way to start the weekend than play a brand new time-consuming game on their beloved devices. If the latter is powered by Android and you are a true mobile gamer, then your weekend just became a tad more interesting – a plethora of newly-released games for the mobile platform awaits you.
Well, we can't review all of the new games that landed on Google Play for the past week or so, but we will distinguish the most interesting ones for you. Titles like Swordigo, Smash Hit, and Frontline Commando 2 are just some of the new promising games, recently released for the Android platform.
Without further ado, let's check them out!
Some promising new Android games
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Some promising new Android games
1. Frontline Commando 2
Released by Glu, Frontline Commando 2 is a multiplayer shooter that puts you in the shoes of an avenging soldier, who greatly desires to lay revenge on the people that exterminated his squad. In order to do so, however, you have to hire mercenaries and create your own crew. Once you've done so, you can play more than 40 different missions and even pit yourself against other players in an online multiplayer challenge.
Frontline Commando 2 is a free game with a lot of in-app purchases, which is Glu's signature practice.
Download: Frontline Commando 2 (Android
Swordigo is a 3D side-scrolling jump 'n' run game that requires you to help a blue-haired lad dodge numerous obstacles and battle his way to the exit of various dungeons, castles, towns, etc. Killing enemies and finishing a level awards you with a given amount of experience points, which can be used for leveling up and improving the character's skills. Numerous bosses will try to terminate you, as well.
Despite the dynamic lighting effects, the graphics of Swordigo are not something to write home about. Still, Swordigo comes with fully customizable touch controls. Last, but not least, it is a free game that has absolutely no in-app purchases implemented within.
3. Royal Revolt 2
Yes, Royal Revolt 2 is a tower defense game. Yes, we know that you are fed up with these. However, the game has an ace up its sleeve – unlike most 2D tower defense games, the battles in Royal Revolt 2 take place in a beatiful three-dimensional environment. But before the battle commences, you have to place your towers on key positions of the map. After you have done so, you take control of a champion and fight those, who claim your throne.
Royal Revolt 2 is a freemium title, which comes with some IAPs.
Download: Royal Revolt 2 (Android
QuizUp, as its name suggests, is a trivia game, which allows you to compete against people from all over the world. QuizUp comes with more than 200,000 different questions in some 400 categories. The included categories vary from favorite TV shows to inventions, logos, and general knowledge, of course. According to the developers, new questions are added to QuizUp on a weekly basis.
You can download and play QuizUp free of charge.
Download: QuizUp (Android
5. Smash Hit
Ever felt the urge to break something beautiful? Maybe something made from glass? If yes, you should totally check Smash Hit out! This new addition to Google Play allows you to vent by destroying glass objects, while you are listening to music. But there's a catch, however – in order to progress in Smash Hit, you need to synchronize your movements with the in-game music you hear.
More than 50 different levels with 11 different graphical styles are available in Smash Hit. Downloading and playing the game won't damage your wallet, as it is a free title.
You can read more about Smash Hit here.
Download: Smash Hit (Android
This new Android title is a challenging physics puzzle that requires you to guide a duo of odd-looking thieves and help them snatch some light bulbs. They can jump and stick to different adhesive surfaces. The fewer moves you use in order to get a light bulb, the higher your overall score will be.
It may sound that Lightomania is easy and childish, but it isn't. Just like most of the representatives of this game genre, the initial levels are quite easy, but the later ones might be challenging even for the veterans of the physics puzzles.
Lightomania is priced at $0.99 and we would recommend that you check it out if you want to kill some time.
Download: Ligthomania (Android
via: Android and Me