The Top 10 New Android Games of the Week – November 18, 2012
It’s Sunday which means we’re back with a list of great new Android games. We had some great releases this week and it was difficult to cut the list down to only 10, but we did because that’s what we do. Without further ado, we proudly present our picks for the Top 10 News Android Games of the Week.
If you’ve played Spacetime Studios other MMORPG’s chances are you’ll want to check out their newest one Arcane Legends. The company’s newest time-sucking game put you to work rooting out evil in the ancient kingdom of Arlor as you roam through dark mines and journey through enchanted forests along with your team of mystical pets. It’s a great looking game and it’s free to download on Google Play.
Sleepwalker’s Journey takes you on a strange trip through dreamland where you’ll have to guide Moonboy through his dreams and back to his bed. There are over 45 levels to explore and lots of cool environmental puzzles to manipulate in the magical land of Slumber. You can check out 11 Bit Studios Sleepwalker’s Journey for $0.99 on Google Play.
Stickmen usually aren’t thought of as ‘Epic’, but you might change your mind after playing Draw a Stickman: Epic from Hitcents. This funky little game lets you create your own stickman hero and you’ll get to send him off on an adventure armed with magical level altering pencils. It’s a unique game that’s quite a bit of fun and there’s a free version you can check out on Google Play.
Like RTS games? If so there’s a new one you’ll want to check out from Rodeo Games called Hunters: Episode One. Hunters lets you customize a team of Hunters and take on time-sensitive missions from the bridge of your spaceship. The game looks great and there is a TON of equipment and upgrades for your team which is never a bad thing. Hunters: Episode One comes with a price tag of $4.79, but you’ll getting a whole lotta’ bang for your buck.
5. Waking Mars
Waking Mars is an interesting indie game from Tiger Style that puts you to work exploring Mars. You’ll have to master the red planets ecosystem to survive as you’ll explore and setup ecosystems of exotic plants and creatures. It’s an interesting game to say the least, and it’s the first main game from the Humble Bundle 4 to go live on Google Play outside the bundle. You can still pick up Waking Mars as part of the Humble Bundle or you can get it for $4.99 on Google Play.
Paper Monsters is a colorful new platform game that takes you on a journey through a beautiful world filled with quirky characters and paper monsters. It’s hands down one of the best platform games you’ll play on a mobile and it’ll only set you back a buck on Google Play.
If you like your shooters and music you’re in luck as Beat Hazard Ultra lets you blast away to the beat of your own music. The gameplay and premise is about as simple as it gets, and the full version even lets you play internet radio stations which is pretty damned cool. The free version and paid versions ($1.99) are both available for download on Google Play.
Disney slipped a new Android Game into the market a few weeks back by the name of Gnome Village and if you’re into building games it’s something you’ll definitely want to check out. Gnome Village lets you build up your own enchanted kingdom as you’ll explore magical forest, complete quests, and collect cute forest creatures. It’s a slick looking building game and you can get it for free on Google Play.
G5 Entertainment dropped another hidden object game his week with Nightmares from the Deep. This time around you’ll go on an adventure as a museum owner who’s on the hunt for an undead pirate that’s kidnapped your daughter. Don’t you hate it when that happens? The game offers 45 locations and 39 levels along with 16 mini-games. You’ll get to see some of the game for free, and can unlock the full game from within the game if you like what you see.
Call of Mini games are all over the place lately and this week saw one more with Call of Mini: Double Shot. The newest game puts you up against the zombies again where you’ll take on a massive 500 stages full of brain eating zombies. It’s just as fun as the other mini games and you can get it for free on Google Play.