Android Game Headlines and Updates: Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, Warhammer: Odyssey, Among Us, and more

Again, the weekly headlines are a treasure trove of mobile gaming excellence, including the new Bridge Constructor mashup, the amazing Metroidvania Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, and the unexpected mobile port of Northgard. The future of mobile is always bright.

We’ve made some interesting tweaks to both Among Us and Kingdom Two Crowns, and thanks to our vacation in China at KartRider Rush +, the gifts are pretty good too.

See Saturday’s companion in this article for the best new Android games and sales.


The Bridge Constructor franchise turned out to be surprisingly broad and flexible, given its boring engineering title. Following the hit Crossover Bridge Constructor: The Portal Headup game collaborated with AMC on Bridge Constructor: The Walking Dead. And those pairs will work with YouTuber Drae to provide this enhanced gameplay video.

After coming to light last week, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night – a popular Metroidvania from one of the people behind Castlevania – has reached an approximate release date on Android. We also accept pre-registration. Oh, the price is $ 9.99. That may sound like a lot, but it costs over $ 30 on Steam.

Ten years after the last Drawn to Life game was released, Digital Continue announced Drawn to Life: Two Realms. The original was one of the first games to utilize touch screen technology. This latest iteration doesn’t have the advantage of novelty, but it comes with a level editor and more.

The North Guard, a Viking RTS that is highly regarded for trying to establish new settlements in monster-possessed territories, is coming to mobile. I don’t know the price details yet, but you can expect Android to be cheaper than PC without sacrificing much in terms of gameplay.

Warhammer: Odyssey, a sophisticated-looking MMORPG set in the Old World timeline, has finally got a trailer for gameplay. Well, in reality, it’s a movie trailer with a bit of gameplay added at the end. It looks pretty promising and features big and powerful fights and smooth visuals. With limited details, Warhammer: Odyssey doesn’t have an autoplay option, so you can expect a real traditional RPG experience.

To celebrate the 75th anniversary of the publication of George Orwell’s Soviet Fable Animal Farm, developer Neriel takes on a story adventure game in which Manor Farm animals need to confront a two-legged oppressor and steer the course of the event. It is working. I try to rule myself. It will come out in a month or so.


Season 4 began with Kart Rider Rush +, Nexon’s comprehensive Mario Kart Tour beater. Set in China, the latest season will showcase new vehicles, new quests and trucks ported from the PC version. The update also hosts micro-events and private races.

Among us, the 2020 sleeper hit has undergone some fairly important tweaks in the latest update. First, you can now vote anonymously. Votes are grayed out, so no one knows who voted. Other changes include deleting security logs after jamming.

Raw Fury’s highly stylish and acclaimed 2D strategy game, Kingdom Two Crowns, has been updated cross-platform to allow you to put one device and continue the game on another. Pike has also become fragile, adding a layer of tactical complexity to combat involving Pikeman.

Android Gaming Headlines and Updates: Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, Warhammer: Odyssey, Among Us, and More

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