Another week has passed, and with it a bunch more Android games have washed up on our shores. As ever, we’ve narrowed it down to seven releases we think are worth your time so read on to learn more.
The Sims Mobile is the latest entry in the franchise to make it onto mobile. You’ll create a sim and then help it live its entire life all the way to its passing. Then you’ll do it all over again with its kids, if you so wish.
Siege of Dragonspear is Beamdog’s expansion to Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition. It’s a standalone release offering new areas to explore, characters to meet, and quests to complete, and you can import your save from the base game.
The original Baldur’s Gate is also on sale right now for 75% off if you fancy playing that first.
Macha’s Curse is the latest expansion for the hand drawn first person dungeon crawler The Quest. Much like with Siege of Dragonspear, you can either play Macha’s Curse with your previous characters or play it as a standalone game.
Cytus II is a sequel to Rayark’s first ever rhythm action game. You have to perform a variety of songs at the world’s first VR festival, with a wide variety of musical genres covered.
Talking Tom Camp – Get it on Google Play
Talking Tom Camp is basically Clash of Clans for the younger and more casual audience. You’ll still build a base (or in this case a camp) and attack other people’s bases. There’s no violence here though, as it’s all just a big water fight.
Rugby League 18 – Get it on Google Play
Rugby League 18 speaks for itself – it’s a rugby game. New in this entry though is a brand new career mode, d-pad controls, and improved visuals amongst much more.
Heir of Light is another one of those collect ’em up RPGs, though this one focuses entirely on boss battles. You have to make sure you have a balanced party of healers, tanks, and damage dealers just like in the MMORPG days of yore.