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5 Android stories you should have read this week

South Park: Phone Destroyer

It was a quiet week on the Android front, which is to be expected now that E3 is over. We’ll miss you E3!

That’s not to say that this week held no surprises – because it certainly did. SEGA Forever launched, bringing with it a selection of Mega Drive classics to Android for free.

We also saw a few exciting upcoming games enter beta or soft launch, some of which you can play right now. We don’t want to spoiler though, so let’s dig into it.

South Park: Phone Destroyer entered beta on Android

Though we only found out about it last week, South Park: Phone Destroyer is already available on Android in beta.

Phone Destroyer is a cross between the South Park console RPGs and Clash Royale. It’s a battler in which you build a team, equip them with card-based attacks, and beat everyone up.

Go and grab it right now from Google Play.

SEGA Forever launched

This week also saw SEGA release its new Forever service, which will see a bunch of classic titles hit Android in the coming months. All of the titles will be free, feature controller support, and they could be for any system.

The first batch featured Sonic the HedgehogComix ZoneKid ChameleonAltered Beast, and Phantasy Star II. Click the links above to grab each game, or watch the trailer below for more info.

ArcheAge Begins entered closed beta

ArcheAge Begins is a mobile prequel to the massive PC MMORPG that challenges you to build a party of ferocious heroes. You’ll then take them into battle in a variety of different game modes.

There’s also crafting and trading if you don’t really fancy getting into it that day. If you like MMORPGs or hack and slashes, go and grab ArcheAge Begins from Google Play right now.

Carmageddon Crashers soft launched

Carmageddon Crashers is a racing game in which you face off against a variety of opponents in jousting-style duels. That’s right, you drive as fast as you can into an opponent and whoever takes the least damage wins.

The victor walks away with cash which you can spend on new cars, upgrades, and cosmetics to strike fear into the hearts of your enemies. It sounds like a lot of fun, and it’s in soft launch on Google Play right now.

Carmageddon: Crashers

You can register for the beta of Miracle Merchant right now

Finally, Tiny Touch Tales opened beta registration for its upcoming potion-based puzzler, Miracle Merchant. As always, it’s still based on Solitaire but has you brewing potions as an apprentice alchemist.

It’s a little more casual than the previous entries, so would be perfect to play with youngsters. Go and sign up for the beta right now.

Miracle Merchant

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