Are you looking for new Android games this week? Well, you’ve only gone and come to the right place! We’ve got all of the best new Android games in this handy list.
Whether you’ve just come off Tower or Fantasy or you’re looking for the best Papers, Please, we got you. As always, if we’ve missed anything, make sure to tell us in the comments below.
Best Android Game This Week: Eroica
Far too close to Erotica, Eroica is another anime girl collection game on mobile. It may not be the best new Android game, but it’s certainly a decent time to have for us pocket gamers.
A turn-based gacha game, you’ll collect a large number of characters to fight through the land. It may be a fairly generic game, but it’s still rather enjoyable.
What makes Europea most exciting is its fantastic animations. Powerful skills have gorgeous animation scenes that really pop on an OLED screen. You should definitely check it out here!
Card Crawl Adventure
Are you in the mood for a new card game? Well, Card Crab Adventures is certainly a good contender. You’ll have to travel the world and seek out taverns to engage in card game battles of the highest order!
As a roguelike adventure, you’ll have to collect cards and equipment to power yourself up. However, resources are not the only thing you’ll need, you’ll also need to get good. After all, skill is important!
If you’ve ever played the original Card Crawl, you’ll be right at home here. Simply put, this is a combination of that game and Card Thief. So, two great games in one, right?
If you want to give Card Crawl Adventures a go, click here!
An obscure release by Magic the Gathering creators Wizards of the Coast, Magic Spellslingers is a newb-friendly entry in the series. Designed to bring newcomers to the MTG universe, this TCG is an endearing new addition to the franchise.
Released silently last week, Magic: Spellslingers has reached its 1.0 version. This means that you’ll no longer have to deal with early access shenanigans. So, pick your Planeswalker and battle away!
If you already play Magic the Gathering: Arena, then this isn’t really for you. It’s a simpler, more Hearthstone-y version of MTG. If you like that, then this might be your cup of tea. On the other hand, if you don’t like it, it’s more Arena for you.
If you’re interested, download Magic Spellslingers for free here.
Warhammer 40,000: Tacticus
As far as Warhammer games go on Android, a lot of them suck. Thankfully, Snowprint’s Warhammer 40,000: Tacticus is a pretty interesting addition to the decades-old franchise. It may not be the Dawn of War mobile port we all secretly crave (right?), but it’s still imagining.
A high-energy turn-based tactical RPG, Tacticus is a free-to-play tactics game set in the 40k universe. You’ll be tasked with collecting and commanding the most powerful army in the most brutal galaxy ever created.
Your armies will span numerous races and factions in the 40K universe. From Ultramarines to Necrons, you’ll be able to collect the deadliest forces available.
Tacticus doesn’t seem to be that engaging, if we’re being truly honest. However, it is a cool, free Warhammer 40k game. If you’re into that, maybe it’s worth a download here.
Urban Trial Pocket
Essentially the Tony Hawk Pro Skater to Trials’ Skate, Urban Trial Pocket is an arcade biking game like no other. Reminiscent of games you’d find on XBLA, this is a must place game in mobile.
With a free trial available, Urban Trial Pocket is a whacky take on the Trials formula. You’ll be tasked with navigating through treacherous tracks all while popping tricks and showing off.
You’ll have to pay £4.99 to see everything that Urban Trial Pocket has to offer. It may not be as infinitely enjoyable as, say, Trials Evolution, but it’s still fun!
If you want to give it a shot, click here.
The Best New Android Games This Week
Well, there you have it! Those are the best new Android games this week. If you have any suggestions for titles we’ve missed, chuck then in the comments below.
Will you be picking up any of these games? Are our best new Android games not good enough for you? Hopefully, it’s the former… or else.