So for the last few weeks, I’ve been playing through Nelly Cootalot: The Fowl Fleet. This is a point and click adventure game, that’s part of a franchise with the eponymous heroine, but is the only one that’s available on this platform. That being said, the game plays quite fine without the backdrop to the story of a prior game.
Casual games are one of the styles that can really lend itself to phones, tablets, and other mobile devices. Dwarf Miner is one such example.
Released by Zotnip, Bik is a point-and-click space adventure that’s been re-released on to Android. Originally Bik was released onto Android back in August 2014 but has since been enhanced and optimized. In this adventure, players will assume the role of a young boy named Bik, who’s been abducted by aliens. Bik needs to find his way home, and relies on some of his newfound, alien friends to do so.
Released by Inertia Game Studios, Facility 47 is a point and click adventure game that has just been released on to Android. Set in Antarctica, in a research facility buried deep beneath the surface, players will be seeking out clues thought it, in order to make good their escape.