Android: 5 games news you should have read this week

Armed Heist Android

So you’ve dragged yourself to the first Sunday in December and you’ve finally got a chance to reflect on a crazy week. Well, don’t bother with all that – play games instead. We’ve rounded up the very best new Android games this week.

The biggest Android gaming news this week: Armed Heist is basically Payday 2 on mobile

Armed Heist launched on Android this week in beta, and we bet you can guess the game it draws inspiration from. That’s right: Payday 2!

Still, in lieu of the heist shooter on mobile, you might as well check this one out instead.

Dragon Eye Online aims to tear up the free to play rulebook

Dragon Eye Online is an upcoming mobile MMORPG that wants to tear up the free to play rulebook.

It’s first move: release a game that’s actually free. That’s right – you won’t have to pay a single penny to enjoy all of the content, and there’s no pay to win either.

Instead, you simply pay a monthly subscription fee to get a bunch of bonuses, or you don’t.

Google Play announced the winners of the Best Games of 2018

Google announced the winners of the Best Google Play Games of 2018 in a number of different categories this week.

The ultimate winner was PUBG Mobile but follow our link above for the full list.

Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition launched on Android

Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition finally launched on Android this week, following a brief beta period.

This remaster of the Bioware classic brings with it full backwards compatibility, cross play on PC and Android, and all of the original content.

Brawl Stars got a global release date of December 12

Supercell announced the global release date for Brawl Stars this week and it’s coming a lot sooner than you think.

You’ll get your grubby little mitts on this multiplayer shooter on December 12.

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