There was no shortage of dramas in the wider world this week, but the world of mobile games remains a calm oasis. The Google Play Store has risen on that occasion with a good harvest of big titles and an intriguing outlook.
Fruit Ninja 2 came out virtually out of nowhere, so did Samarost 2, Space Marshals 3 arrived a day earlier. All of these games are great, adding even better in the form of Prizefighters 2 and other solid efforts.
Some great bargains are also offered. Read on to check them out.
Incredibly, it’s been 10 years since the first Fruit Ninja first appeared on mobile. Half-brick’s addictive and sophisticated casual game was a real blockbuster. Its sequel has been released in various regions as an early access release for several months, adding real-time multiplayer, a garden, and more, while maintaining the original choppy gameplay.
Due to a strange habit of fate, Samarost 3 was available on mobile for some time, but not on Samarost 2. Developer Amanita Design has fixed this gap by simultaneously releasing a new and improved version of Samarost 2 on the Google Play Store. I applied the update to my PC. In terms of gameplay, the game shows that you are playing a space gnome looking for a stolen dog.
Landing one day earlier than planned, Pixelbite’s top-down tactical shooter arrived at the Google Play store with great success. Like the first two games in the series, it’s set in the sci-fi western pioneer era, using covers, sneaking up, and shooting jerks. It’s released in chapters and costs $ 4.99 each. The first chapter is currently available and the first download is free.
Prizefighters are classic. It’s very similar to punching out, seeing you trying to punch a pixelated opponent released in 2017 !! at NES. But it’s much more sophisticated, and this sequel goes even further with enhanced control schemes and more. You can download it now with Early Access.
If you’ve played worms, you almost know where you’re with the sheep squad. In this heartwarming strategy game, you’ll throw projectiles at your enemies to determine the power and trajectory of your shots. It has a comprehensive suite of multiplayer options, as well as a level editor, which sets it apart from Team17’s classics.
If you’re young and cool, you probably know that TheOdd1sOut is a YouTube channel run by James Rallison. This channel features the story of Larison’s life, animated in a unique way with characters like Big Hero 6. Let’s Bounce sees you bounce Rallison’s personal history away from the minds of those he knows.
Teppen, a crossover card butler featuring characters from various Capcom franchises, has been updated to version 2.8. That’s a big deal, as those franchises include Devil May Cry, Street Fighter, Resident Evil, and more. At the same time, it went live in 18 new regions in Central and South America.
Reigns, Reigns: Her Majesty, and Reigns: Game of Thrones have all been significantly reduced in price on Android. For those of you who don’t know, in this ingenious series, you’ll see an endless series of event cards swiping left and right to run the kingdom. You can buy them for 99c, 99c and $ 1.99 respectively, saving a total of $ 6.
The two Danganronpa games are even cheaper. Both Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc and Danganronpa: Goodbye Depair are priced at $ 4.99, both of which save a significant $ 11. In the game, I play with my teenage friends while investigating a murder run by a sadistic teddy bear in high school.