Ten spring game novelties for Android

If you look at those Android games that we brought a long time ago in March, then you should note several releases that have already successfully passed the test of fame on the iOS platform. In addition to the games that have successfully launched in the App Store and have now reached Google Play, there are also real newcomers – fresh and very bright game debuts.

Threes!

GooglePlay

gEta the acclaimed game from indie developer Asher Vollmer enjoys unprecedented popularity in the App Store, and now in Google Play. It is an intuitive, carefully polished puzzle game that will interest any gamer-from a fan of hardcore games to a fan of casual games like Candy Crush Saga. It would seem that it could be easier to combine cards with matching numbers, combining them into one, the number on which is doubled. But the whole process is so entertaining that it is almost impossible to break away from it.

Sorcery!

GooglePlay

Gstudio inkle has finally ported its highly successful game to Android, and we should be happy about this fact – the wait has lasted too long. Sorcery! made in the style of Choose You Own Adventure ("choose your own adventure") with RPG elements and promises players, in addition to the freedom of choice, a lot of interesting things.

First Strike

GooglePlay

G In this high-speed strategy game from Blindflug Studios, the player's goal is to achieve world domination. Sounds tempting – doesn't it?! And you can get what you want with the help of a nuclear arsenal, but keep in mind – your opponents dream of the same thing as you, which means that you will have to act quickly and decisively, not forgetting about protection.

Block Legend

GooglePlay

Gibrid role-playing game and puzzle game "collect-three-in-a-row" - this is not often found. And the studio Dot Warrior Games decided to conduct a similar experiment, filling it with a variety of levels, graphics in the style of pixel art and a lot of details. This game can not be called original, but it is made of high quality and deserves attention.

Cut the Rope 2

GooglePlay

G Three months it took the creation of the company ZeptoLab to get to Google Play, and finally, this sequel gives you new adventures of Am Nyam. Now the little green monster has got friends who will help him, and you will still solve fascinating physical puzzles, bright and original.

Lost Yeti

GooglePlay

gEta puzzle game from Neutronized studio will hook you one way or another: your hero – cute Yeti – makes his way through the maze levels, avoiding traps, manipulating the environment and bypassing enemies. All this you will do with simple swipes on the screen, but the puzzles will not be so simple, so you will have to be creative.

Mines of Mars

GooglePlay

Gigras dedicated to resource extraction and crafting are now at the peak of popularity, and this development from Crescent Moon Games is no exception. It is a perfect example of the genre and allows you to control a small brave hero who penetrates into the depths of Mars to extract rare minerals. On the surface of the Red Planet, you will be engaged in crafting, creating new equipment, then to get even deeper and find a lot more interesting and useful, as well as to meet with the dangerous inhabitants of the Martian depths.

Epoch 2

GooglePlay

This sequel, created by Uppercut Games, is a worthy successor to the original game and is also well thought out and polished. In it, you will again have to engage in merciless shootouts with the enemy, hide and dodge, in order to eventually win. The game has the same user-friendly interface as its predecessor, and is no less exciting.

God of Light

GooglePlay

The name of this game already speaks about its theme: you really have to control the rays of light, redirecting them with the help of many mirrors. The developers from Playmous managed to make God of Light quite original, and, at the same time, easy to manage. Its game world is drawn beautifully and efficiently, and a great soundtrack from U. N. K. L. E. completes the picture.

Rochard

GooglePlay

gEta game, certainly worthy of attention, unfortunately, runs only on devices equipped with a Tegra 4 processor, and there are not so many of them. Those who played it on PC or PS3 rated Rochard quite high – this physical platformer from Recoil Games looks impressive.