No happy weekend is complete without trying out at some of the latest and best mobile game releases of the week. In this post, we take a look at some epic and pricey games as well as some not so expensive ones that you’ve got to check out, if you haven’t already done so.
Awesome Android Games to Close Out this September
Shadowrun Returns: Price:$10
In the 2054, magic and technology combine with terrible consequences. There are magical creatures like elves, trolls and dwarves that co-exist with ruthless corporations. You play a shadowrunner who lives on the fringes of society surviving simply by skill and instinct, and when you are called to do a job, you will set out to accomplish it by any means.
Shadowrun features stunning graphics over 350 weapons, spells and abilities; character classes, and skill upgrades. Shadowrun Returns is a massive game that’s best played on a tablet with at least 1GB of RAM, approximately 1.7 GB of storage space, and Android Version 4.0 (ICS) or better. A WiFi connection is required for download.
Final Fantasy V: Price $15.99
Square Enix’s long running RPG franchise is back with the fifth installment in the series. For the uninitiated, Final fantasy V is an epic fantasy adventure game that brings together a young traveller, a princess, an old man and a pirate captain to restore the four crystals of earth, water, fire, and wind that are on the verge of destruction. Although the game comes at a premium price, if you’ve been a big fan of this fantasy series, it will be worth the dollar.
Motoheroz: Price: Free
Motoheroz is a fun crazy side scrolling racing game that is inspired by the Best WiiWare Game of the Year of the same name. With 6 vehicles and 30 exciting tracks, players can race, chase and rally against friends, participate in daily races, pick up coins and upgrades and find hidden treasures in the chase to the finish.
Don’t Run With a Plasma Sword: Price: $0.99
Don’t Run with a Plasma Sword takes a hilarious swipe at sci-fi movies of old. In this endless runner, you’ll see comic strip styled storytelling across five worlds. You can go for the kill in a story mode or keep working on the challenges thrown in the endless mode. This game’s got plenty of action with monsters to tackle, traps to evade, and powerups to pick up. The swesome soundtracks and effects tops off the jumping, sliding, slashing, and diving madness.
GA8: Curse of the Assassin: Price $2.99
Curse of the Assassin is the sequel to An Assassin in Orlandes and takes place some time after the events in An Assassin in Orlandes. A friend’s mysterious death takes you into the heart of a conspiracy that leads you back to your home village and a thrilling adventure ensues. If you are a fan of interactive RPG books, this one’s too good to miss.
Enjoy the latest of these games and tell us if any other games caught your fancy this weekend. Cheers!