Happy New Year! Well, it will be when you’re over that killer hangover anyway. Speaking of that, we reckon we’ve got exactly what you need.
You love Android games, right? Well, what better way to put a little spring in your step than by showing off the most exciting games you’ll play this year. We’ve picked seven, and here they are in no particular order.
Alto’s Odyssey – learn more here
Alto’s Odyssey is the direct follow up to 2014’s breathtaking gorgeous Alto’s Adventure. Not much is known about the sequel, other than the desert setting, and you’ll board on sand dunes rather than ice.
Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition – learn more here
Square Enix claims that Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition will be a miniature version of the entire latest entry in the Final Fantasy franchise. It’s all delivered in a cute chibi style as well, which is awesome.
Harry Potter: Wizards Unite / Hogwarts Mystery – learn more here
There are two Harry Potter games coming in 2018, and they’re very different. Wizards Unite is a social location based game like Pokemon GO, while Hogwarts Mystery invites you to study in the magical school of witchcraft and wizardry itself.
RuneScape Mobile – learn more here
RuneScape Mobile will also arrive in two forms this year, with each based on a different version of RuneScape. Legacy is based on the original version of the MMORPG, while Mobile includes all of its latest improvements.
Super Meat Boy Forever – learn more here
Finally! The long anticipated sequel Super Meat Boy Forever will launch on Android in 2018. It’s an autorunner, features combat, and each level is randomly generated.
The Legend of Zelda – learn more here
The Legend of Zelda hasn’t been officially announced for mobile, but the rumours are strong in this one. We’re not sure how it will play, or when it will arrive, but we’d put our money on the mock version of Breath of the Wild Nintendo developed using the NES Zelda engine.
The Room: Old Sins – learn more here
The Room: Old Sins is the fourth instalment in the excellent puzzler franchise. There’ll be more touching and swiping to solve puzzles when this launches shortly after the iOS release on January 25th.