Released by Trilith - EGG, Tiles and Tales is a new entry into the growing catalog of hybrid puzzle/RPG games. In this game, players will be tasked with freeing the kingdom of Zanira from an invading army of Norbolds. This will be accomplished by sliding colored tiles around a board that is broken up into a five by five grid, with the color denoting what that tile can accomplish.
Call it roguelite — Ludosity's latest title can also be described as an easily accessible, pixelated roguelike game, specially designed for quick sessions. Randomhack streamlines many aspects of the genre in an attempt to deliver a better on-the-go experience.
Originally released on the NES, A Boy and his Blob has been ported over to Android. Set on the alien world of Blobolonia, players will assume the nameless role of "the boy", who sets out to help his companion Blobert free Blobolonia from an evil emperor that only allows sweets to be consumed for food.
Released by Kurechii, Postknight is a new and casual RPG that's now available on Android. Players begin the game by being offered knighthood, in return for delivering a batch of letters. From there, players begin a journey throughout the kingdom of Kurestal, laden with various quests, all of which turn out to be deliveries that are quite dangerous to undertake.
The varied environments of Bethesda's hit video game worlds are back again for players to explore! Skyrim province, the Commonwealth Wasteland, and the UAC research facility on Mars are re-open for business in Bethesda Pinball, the latest standalone addition to Zen Studios' popular pinball game lineup.
Released by Warped Tales, Unhappy Ever After is an RPG that came from Kickstarter, and has recently been ported over to Android. In this game, players will be assuming the role of an apprentice to Queen Anne's librarian, named Sophia. This apprentice is mysteriously whisked away to another world, where literacy has been banned.
In Causality, players must manipulate time to change sequences of events in order to alter the outcomes of over 60 challenging levels. You have to guide a group of astronauts stranded across strange alien landscapes to safety by traveling through time.
In the world of ninjas, the Gentleman Ninja is king... right? Maybe not but he's probably the most polite ninja out there. Developed by indie developers Scott Moakes and Samuel Beattie, the Gentleman Ninja is slated to be arriving onto Android next month and will be the most polite assassin you probably will ever know.