Build it Up

When you think of android games, you think casual. In my opinion, developer Sleeeeep Fly and publisher Yodo1 games did an excellent job at making an addictively frustrating game. During the event, they let us play 5 out of 15 mini games in Build it Up… all of them involving two characters that look like black-and-white versions of minions. In some levels they are dueling with each other; other times they simply want to kiss… but if you miss, they impale each other instead. How romantic? You can get this game at the Google Play Store. It has a Provisional Playscore of 7.29.

Bounc.io

If a contest of who could better control their balls is what you are looking for, then look no further than Bounc.io from Mochibits!

Play as a robot shooting bouncy balls at numbered blocks. The faster you clear your screen and the more blocks you break, the bigger your score is. Whoever got the lowest score at the end of the minute-long game or lets a brick touch the floor is the loser. To be part of the winner’s club, be sure to use all your power ups.

You can go head to head with other players in the other side of the internet, OR you can challenge one of your friends. As a bonus for you guys, if you put Mochibits as the name of the game room before November ends, you’ll receive a special robot. So, you better hurry up and download this game on the Google Play Store with a Provisional Playscore of 9.36

Tank Raid

Next up is a tank filled MOBA from WolfFun

These are not your usual, everyday tanks though. From their collection, you can choose from up to 35 different, colorfully-deadly upgradable tanks… all with their own unique signature attacks that you will want to flaunt as you go on to war in their 7 stunning alien arenas.

Right now, there are three game modes, a 3v3 Galaxy Football, 3v3 Team Deathmatch, or if you are a solo rider, a 1v4 Deathmatch. They will also be releasing soon a 1v4 Survival mode.

Unfortunately, the latest build disabled the joystick controls. Hopefully, on their next monthly update, they’ll enable it again. Till then, you can get this game at the Google Play Store with a Playscore of 8.80.

Craft Warriors

Here we have this 3D real-time strategy game from Translimit Inc. There are many parties to choose from: from medieval soldiers, to roman warriors, to ninjas, and of course, bloody pirates, to name a few.

You build your base by restoring a “Skyland” to its former glory. Form your own party and customize them. You could even go as far as having a team of Iron Spiders if you wished -- or, you can unleash your creativity and craft your very own original character.

So, gather up your loyal squad and attack the neighboring towns! You can get this game now at the Google Play Store. It has a Provisional Playscore of 9.

Cosmic Wars

For the next game on our list, we’re taking you to the heavens with Cosmic Wars, developed by Cosmic Owl.

It’s a post-apocalyptic game where you travel through space, collect resources and build these badass, and truthfully, intimidating spaceships. After you make the most intense freaking ship the universe has ever seen, battle other players across the cosmos in 1v1 battles.

Unfortunately, right now, this game is only available in Korean, but, don’t worry, the developers are working hard for a world-wide release.

By the way, this game is not the easiest to find because the title, at least for now is in Korean. If you want to play it and all the other games I mentioned in this list, make sure to check out our links in the description box!

Also, if you want to check out my G-Star vlog, head on over to whatoplay LIVE, our second channel, link right over here.

MazM: Jekyll and Hyde

MazM reimagines another well known piece of literature. This time, it’s the story of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyne as an adventure game.

The story follows Mr. Utterson as he tries to uncover the mystery surrounding this sinister fellow named Mr. Hyde who allegedly stepped on a little girl, breaking her bones as if it was nothing. This strange, brutal man is apparently connected to Dr. Jekyll, a personal friend of Mr. Utterson.

You can play the whole story to the end without ads, but if you want to lay your eyes on some spooky artwork that captures the late 19th Century London’s atmosphere, then you’ll have to spare a few shillings. This gothic game is available now on the Google Play Store with a Playscore of 9.40.

Trick Art Dungeon

Playing G1 Playground’s Trick Art Dungeon was like visiting the museum of my childhood dreams. In it, you play as a lost child trying to find his parents in a museum filled with many historical artifacts, art, and of course the namesake, some optical illusions.

Unfortunately, this award winning, mind bending game is still not available world wide. Let’s keep our fingers crossed as we hope for a global release.

Trillionia

Are you sick and tired of the ol’ Monopoly game that destroys relationships? Worry not, Skytree digital has anime-fied the classic game. For the first parts of the game, you play as Prince Richard the Chicken on his quest to make his first Trillion in Trillionia.

Instead of relying solely on your luck and rolling a dice, in this you also have to use your brain. Your cards will have different move number ranges and can be used in tandem with magic cards and race cards.

Cute characters, intuitive and strategic gameplay, on top of a very funny dialogue make this a fun game to pass the time with. Available now at the Google Play Store with a Playscore of 7.42

Lanota

Another staple in mobile gaming is Rhythm Games. But, with the extreme competition between rhythm games on Google Play right now, how the heck do you stand out? By not only having award winning audio, but also a really unique gameplay, that’s how!

In Lanota, instead of just pounding on the beats that come at you through a straight line like the rhythm games of old, this time, you play on a circular board that turns and moves as you play. Lanota is not just about the music, though. It’s also a picture book that follows the story of a boy and a girl on their adventures in this beautiful hand drawn world.

Experience all the satisfaction a well made rhythm game can give you when you download Lanota on the Play Store. It has a Provisional Playscore of 9.40