Android gaming is getting bigger and better every month it seems and there is always a slew of new titles coming to Google Play. Whether you’re a casual gamer or you want something with a beat more meat on its bones, there’s usually a game coming out to suit everyone’s taste. Let’s take a look at the best new Android games from the last month! You can watch the videos on YouTube from passed months by clicking here!
15 best Android games of 2017
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Price: $1.49DOWNLOAD ON GOOGLE PLAYAll That Remains: Part 1 is a horror escape game. You and your sibling end up stuck in your dad’s bunker. The goal is to escape the bunker with your sister. It plays a lot like game such as The Room. You’ll find clues, solve puzzles, and eventually make your escape. It features an in-game camera so you can easily check on previous clues. There is also an auto-save feature. It might be one of the best Android games this year so far. It’s $1.49 with no in-app purchases.DOWNLOAD ON GOOGLE PLAY
Price: $3.99DOWNLOAD ON GOOGLE PLAYArkanoid vs Space Invaders is an arcade game mash-up by Square Enix. It features mechanics from both Arkanoid as well as Space Invaders. You’ll have to bounce objects up at the invaders to take them down. Meanwhile, the invaders will be firing at you. It’s not the deepest game ever. However, it does have 20 powers, 40 unlockable characters, and a hard mode. Unlike most arcade games these days, this one doesn’t have any in-app purchases.DOWNLOAD ON GOOGLE PLAY
Price: Free with in-app purchasesDOWNLOAD ON GOOGLE PLAYCrusaders of Light is a new MMORPG. Admittedly, it doesn’t bring anything new to the genre. That said, it does do several things better than most. It features the usual campaign mode with many, many quests. It has raid bosses that you can fight with up to 40 people. There is is also three PvP variants, a bunch of gear, and some social elements. It’s a freemium game like most mobile MMORPGs. The graphics aren’t half bad either.DOWNLOAD ON GOOGLE PLAY
Price: Free with in-app purchasesDOWNLOAD ON GOOGLE PLAYFate/Grand Order is an anime themed RPG. It bases its story off of the eponymous anime. You’ll get to play as characters from the show as you embark on an adventure to save the planet. The game is a character collecting title. You’ll recruit various servants to fight for you and do your bidding. They level up and evolve over time. The story line is actually pretty decent. However, the mechanics aren’t overly unique in any meaningful way. It’s good for what it is.DOWNLOAD ON GOOGLE PLAY
Price: Free with in-app purchasesDOWNLOAD ON GOOGLE PLAYGrand Prix Story 2 is the sequel to one of the most popular racing sims on mobile. This one allows you to run your own racing crew. You’ll hire people, build cars, race them, and earn money. The ultimate goal is to become the top dog in the industry. You’ll have to build multiple cars to race on the various types of tracks. It’s a freemium game unlike its predecessor. However, it’s still one of the better racing sims that we’ve seen.DOWNLOAD ON GOOGLE PLAY
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Price: $4.99 with in-app purchasesDOWNLOAD ON GOOGLE PLAYMinecraft: Story Mode Season Two is the next chapter in the popular adventure game series from Telltale Games. This one picks up where the previous game left off. You’ll play as most of the same characters. You’ll make tough calls that branch the story as you progress. Otherwise, it’s a pretty standard point-and-click adventure game experience. The first episode of the game is $4.99. Each subsequent episode will likely cost the same.DOWNLOAD ON GOOGLE PLAY
Price: $4.99DOWNLOAD ON GOOGLE PLAYOxenfree is a horror adventure game. You’re on an island with a bunch of friends. The characters end up opening a ghost rift. You must explore the island, figure out what happened, and stay alive. It focuses a lot on the story line. You’ll also have to make choices that affect the outcome of the game. It’s not all that different from This War of Mine. The graphics aren’t much, but that’s okay. It’s $4.99 with no in-app purchases.DOWNLOAD ON GOOGLE PLAY
Price: $2.49DOWNLOAD ON GOOGLE PLAYPathos is a new puzzle game. You’ll make your way through a bunch of levels by solving puzzles to complete your path. It’s a little similar to games like Monument Valley or Lara Croft GO. It features 36 levels across six chapters. The control scheme is simple to learn as well. The underlying story deals with a kid who is moving around through the foster care system. The game runs for $2.49 with no in-app purchases. It will store your information, though. You can turn that off in the settings.DOWNLOAD ON GOOGLE PLAY
Price: $0.99DOWNLOAD ON GOOGLE PLAYRun or Die is a rare pay-once endless runner. It’s a 2D platformer with retro graphics. You’ll have to jump over obstacles, slide under them, or even dive through layers of the level to avoid certain doom. It features 170 maps, three playable characters, an endless mode, and even a day and night cycle. It even has controller and Android TV support. However, they’re still working out some kinks with that one. It’s $0.99 with no in-app purchases.DOWNLOAD ON GOOGLE PLAY
Price: $2.99DOWNLOAD ON GOOGLE PLAYStar Vikings Forever is a unique puzzle RPG. You play as a handful of characters. The goal is to battle off the bad guys. Levels generate randomly so each puzzle is a little bit different. There are six character classes, a new game plus mode, and around eight hours of story line. The story is fueled with all kinds of silly dialog. There is the occasional bug. However, it otherwise plays pretty well. It’s $2.99 with no in-app purchases.DOWNLOAD ON GOOGLE PLAY
Thank you for reading! Here are some final game lists for you to check out!
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If we missed any great new Android games, tell us about them in the comments! To see our complete list of best app lists, click here.