Taking the baton out of the Castlevania series and rushing into another dark Gothic castle, it was a solid week of new releases, a highlight of the excellent Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night.
Donut County is also an essential purchase and has been postponed for a long time on Android. The Legend of Bum-Bo, on the other hand, is interesting, but the prequel to the wonderful The Binding of Isaac is flawed. Clusterduck, on the other hand, looks like a nice, sophisticated take in a “merge” format.
Golf Inn 60 Seconds is the latest in a long line of golf casual and creative twists. This time, adjust the timing of the trial by sinking as many balls as possible within 60 seconds in main mode. In the second mode, each putt takes a little longer.
The FMV game is back in revenge. TheComplex is one of the most sophisticated and high-budget examples. You can see many familiar faces, including Lisa Allin from Game of Thrones, starring and dealing with a biological attack on London’s alternate reality. It has multiple endings, giving The Complex some playability.
Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is the spiritual successor to the Castlevania Dracula series, created by Konami graduate Koji Igarashi. Not surprisingly, it’s Metroidvania where you see you exploring a huge Gothic castle, killing monsters and killing bosses. Each boss you kill gives you more power to access new areas of the game.
Have you played The Binding of Isaac? Legend of Bum-Bo is the first part. This fascinating and flawed roguelike card butler tells the story of a tramp called Bambo who jumped into a hole to recover stolen money. But there’s also a meta-story that cleverly connects it to The Binding of Isaac.
Finally, the acclaimed donut county of physics puzzles, already available on PC, console and iOS, is finally available on Android. In this award-winning game, you play as a hole to move around and swallow, and grow even bigger like Katamari Damacy.
Clusterduck belongs to the tradition of actually successful game jam projects. Specifically, it’s a product of PikPok’s internal game jam program, where non-coders come together to come up with new ideas. It sees you grind strange and wonderful ducks together, creating strange evolutionary strangeness.
Titan Quest may look like a God of War knockoff, but it’s not. This epic action RPG is set in a variety of myths, including ancient Greek, Egyptian, and Chinese. Featuring an incredible number of villains, items and weapons, it boasts 60 hours of gameplay.
Love You to Bits is a story about a loved one looking for a component of a robot companion in the galaxy. This very fascinating adventure game has received a lot of awards and attention in the year of its release, and you can get it for a fortune.
$ 13 isn’t cheap by mobile gaming standards, but it’s cheap by Square Enix standards. Last Remnant Remastered is an updated version of the game just released in 2008 and looks pretty smooth. It sees you traveling between many war-torn city-states who are bad guys.