Released by DreamOn Games, Neon Drive is an OLD school looking endless runner. Like others in the genre, players are simply tasked with seeing how far they can go, without running into a hazard of sorts. The game’s controls are very simple, in that players can swipe in any of four directions (up, down, left, and right), to allow themselves to pass by the boxes that they would otherwise run into.
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Released by WeTap Studio, WayPath is a simple game that’s predicated on the player’s short term memory. In this game, players will need to guide their token (a small, yellow smiley face) from its starting point to its ending point, and hopefully collecting all three stars along the way.
Released by Gribb Games, Flood GRIBB is a simple puzzler that’s now out for Android. In this game, players are tasked with changing the colors on a grid, starting from a variety of colors, and working your way toward uniformity. Players begin the game with a tutorial, and from there the board expands as players progress through the levels, with the same going for the number of colors on the board.
Released by PixelByte LTD, Gravity Galaxy is a new casual game that’s available on Android. In Gravity Galaxy, players will assuming control of a spaceship that “leaps” from one planet to the next, on a given level, and attempting to collect the stars that are situation in between worlds.
In yet more news about casual games set in outer space, there’s another option available to players. Dubbed Space Invaders (no, not that one), this is game where players will need to jump from one purple colored “pocket” of outer space, to the next. This will be done by tapping, but players will have a few things working against them.
Released by Playdigious, unWorded is a game that was initially released on iOS, and has now been ported over to Android. For those unfamiliar with the game, it’s predicated on the idea of shapes and other visual elements being comprised of letters. As an example, one could make an umbrella out of the the letter “J”, along with a vertical line and what looks like a parentheses, with the “J” being the standard curved handle that one associates with umbrellas.
To be released by Noodlecake, The human Age is an upcoming match three/building hybrid game. Players wil be using a board that begins in a three by three grid to move tiles around, that are symbolic of different periods of human history. Once three of them have been brought into contact (not necessarily in a row, mind you), they will merge into a single tile that represents the next phase.
Released by LEAP SAC, Slice and Rise is an endless, casual game that’s recently been released on Android. In this game, players will assume the role of a nameless samurai who, in quite the spry fashion, tries to stay ahead of the ever escalating flames that come up from below. Players will use a simple dragging gesture, akin to the slingshot from Angry Birds, to direct where the samurai will leap to next.
Released by Anate Studio, Octave is a point-and-click horror game that’s just been ported over to Android. In this game, players will be assuming the role of an unnamed guy who is about to suffer being executed, out in the woods. Fortunately (though how much so, gets addressed in the game), players are rescued at the last moment by someone or something; divine intervention, if you will.
Released by Peter Kovac, Cubiscape is a turn-based puzzler that’s now available on Android. In this game, players will be charged with navigating levels, while avoiding obstacles and enemies. Each level is predicated around navigating board, that’s laid out like a grid (though rarely in the pattern of a square).