Best new Android and iPhone games (April 18th - April 26th)9
The games included in this round-up are selected only by their quality and with no regards to genre: you will find casual games, puzzlers, racing games, strategy and everything in-between. The paramount criterion is quality and an engaging gameplay.
Yo-Kai Watch Wibble Wobble
A port of the popular Nintendo 3DS game, Yo-Kai Watch Wibble Wobble is not only localized, but well fitted for mobile. A game dedicated to traditional Japanese 'Yo-Kai', a type of spirit that is somewhat different from ghosts, it is about these little mischievous gremlin-like creatures. It's a puzzler game in essence, where you collect 'heads' and pop them to deal maximum damage to opponents.
Tormentum - Dark Sorrow
If Tormentum reminds of a heavy metal band's album art, you're not alone: built and drawn in the best traditions of nightmare works of painters like HR Giger and universes such as Demon's Souls, it is an immersive experience. Tormentum is an adventure game that tells the story of a nameless hero, who finds himself in a place between fantasy and nightmare. He doesn't remember his name nor where he comes from. Wandering through strange lands, he struggles to discover the truth about the world around him, as well as about himself.
Pixel Machines is an adorable arcade racer where you drive tiny cars over daily household items: tabletops, stoves, pianos, and others, all in a competition against AI or real-world opponents. With a dynamic and engaging gameplay, the game features a top-down style and allows you to hook up an MFi controller to play its various tracks. The developer also promises that the game will work at an impressive 60fps even on older devices.
If you grew in the nineties and consider yourself a gamer, chances are you know this game: Pang Adventures was an arcade classic. Get that hook ready to split the rain of balloons in two, as the challenge becomes harder and harder. Well, now you have it beautifully ported to Android and iOS, and you can get it for $4.
Ernie vs Evil
Ernie vs Evil is a new action game in a retro style that tells the story of the town of Lawrston, once a peaceful place to live, until the summoning tore it apart. Risen from the depths of the utmost evil, the ancient celestial monster, Bob, has possessed the town. Using his new army, Bob, plans to turn all of humanity into his evil servants. All that stands between Bob and his plans is one man, cranky from a double shift and with no evening plans. That man is Ernie, the sales manager for Meat N' Things. The game features over 30 levels and gigantic freakish bosses.
A new game by BulkyPix, Mars Mountain is a casual game, where your hero has landed on Mars and has to find the missing parts to repair his aircraft. You have to descend down in a virtual world full of danger, dodge fireballs, evade UFOs, and escape man-eating plants.
Warhammer 40,000: Freeblade
A futuristic shooter with mechs, Warhammer 40,000: Freeblade has now arrived on Android. In a world when a young Imperial Knight sees their noble house destroyed by the twisted forces of Chaos, they join forces with the Dark Angels Space Marines chapter as a Freeblade. Experience an epic story in over 170 single player missions as you command your Freeblade on a journey of honour, redemption and vengeance. Test your skills and patrol the world of Tarnis to slay endless invaders.
The peaceful planet Gaon is under attack by hordes of monsters, and Dark Dragon Nidhogg took away the sun. Can the knight ‘Naro’ overcome the challenges ahead and bring back peace?
To The Castle
To The Castle is a new action platformer that features the vibrant mood of good old platform arcades in a new environment in the palm of your hand with a very accurate and well adapted control.