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7 new Android games you have to play this week

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The weekend, eh? It’s time to do all of the fun things you couldn’t find time to do during the week. Including play some of the best new Android games?

Well, to help you out with that, we’ve written up a list of the best new Android games to play this week. You can thank us later.

The best new Android game to play this week: Carcassonne

Carcassonne is a brand new digital version of the board game we all know and love. This time around you’ve got 3D visuals, improved AI, and even more exclusive features.

If you like board games, you’ll love this so go and get it on Google Play.

Hoppenhelm

Hoppenhelm is a high score chaser in which you jump over traps, battle enemies, and unlock new heroes to play as. It’s basically a platformer dungeon crawler, high score chaser.

If that sounds good to you, go and grab it on Google Play right now.

Pocket Legends Adventures

Pocket Legends Adventures is a sequel to one of mobile’s first MMORPGs. It’s more of the same but with nicer visuals and much more to do.

If you like MMORPGs, grab Pocket Legends Adventures on Google Play right now.

Ferdinand: Unstoppabull

When I heard there was going to be a mobile tie in for the new animated movie Ferdinand, I thought it would be an endless runner. It makes sense, right? Bulls run and ram stuff.

But nope – this is a match three puzzler. Grab it on Google Play if you like that sort of thing.

Pooka: Magic and Mischief

Pooka: Magic and Mischief is a bit like Creatures. You might not remember that, but it was a sim where you had to look after alien creatures.

If you like that sort of thing, get this on Google Play now.

Metro – The Board Game

Metro – The Board Game is, as the name suggests, a board game. What do you have to do? Build a metro line for the World’s Fair 1900, and see who can build the longest one the fastest.

Just go and buy it on Google Play.

Neverending Nightmares

Neverending Nightmares is a pretty terrifying psychological horror game based on the creator’s actual experience with depression and anxiety.

If you like horror games, you’ll love Neverending Nightmares on Google Play right now.




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