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
1. Frontline Commando 2
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 | iOS)
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.
Download: (Android | iOS)
3. Royal Revolt 2
Royal Revolt 2 is a freemium title, which comes with some IAPs.
Download: Royal Revolt 2 (Android | iOS)
You can download and play QuizUp free of charge.
Download: QuizUp (Android | iOS)
5. Smash Hit
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 | iOS)
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 | iOS)
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