Pound for Pound, this is one of the best weeks for new Android game releases in the coming months and offers a variety of experiences. A completely unique point-and-click adventure game channeling Monty Python, an interactive take on George Orwell’s Animal Farm, and the first mobile spin-off of League of Legends, one of the last and most influential games. Procession to Calvary has 10 years.
There are some terrible sales on the go, but you’ll have to fork a fair amount to take advantage of all of them.
The term “Python-like” is often used, but it’s rarely better developed than Joe Richardson’s amazing point-and-click adventure game, The Procession to Calvary, set up shortly after the Holy War. The background is taken from Renaissance artwork, the music is sampled from classical composers, and there is a cruel humorous tension throughout.
Have you ever wondered how it differs from Napoleon and his fellow pigs when you realize that you are leading the communist revolution at Manor Farm? I can’t do that either. Still, Orwell’s Animal Farm is a fascinating, highly playable, interactive take of George Orwell’s allegorical novels that gives you the opportunity to see if power is really corrupt.
Forager is a classic rag from game jams to the story of wealth. A true love labor, foraging and crafting on small islands, gradually adding to the list of things you can create to expand your territory. Thanks to the accessible and streamlined approach to this genre, it’s the perfect mobile port. Easy recommendation.
Not “out”, but League of Legends: Wild Rift is now available in open beta throughout Europe. In other words, you can play now. So far, the reaction of Riot Games’ MOBA classics to this first mobile spin-off has been positive, but unfortunately North American gamers have to wait a bit longer to try it out.
It’s been 10 years since the last Drawn to Life game was released, and we’ve been treated with Drawn to Life: Two Realms. It uses the same basic assumptions as the DS original, but adds comprehensive creation tools that allow you to customize the experience. Mobile also costs half as much as a large screen platform.
Teslagrad is sold frequently, but it’s one of the most exciting, sophisticated and creative puzzle platformers on mobile, so it’s okay to flag it. As you explore the Tesla Tower, you’ll see that it uses a variety of electricity adjacent to electricity. Now available in 99c.
Grandpa’s Journey is an award-winning indie game that has been widely acclaimed for older men walking. The wise part is to control the landscape, not the old man, move hills and other features to create the path he follows, and bend the laws and perspectives in a way that is reminiscent of Monument Valley.
9th Dawn III is a hack and slash action RPG that defeats good old monsters, stores loot, and crawls through dungeons. It sees you wandering through a huge fantasy world that pushes the story campaign and kills everything that moves while completing the quest for the townspeople. It’s $ 4.99, not cheap, but half the normal price.
SaGa Scarlet Grace: Ambitions was the first SaGa game to appear in North America. This is a huge open world RPG that first appeared on PS Vita in 2016. Recent vintages may describe the usual $ 29.99 price tag. This is a truly amazing amount of money on mobile. But you can now get it “just” for $ 9.99.