With your character chosen from an array of iconic classes, develop it into its fullest potential to stand against all the evil and magical minions ahead.
The game has a top-down perspective which gives you the full strategic view of the area. Use this to your advantage in the game's turn-based battles. Heroes of Steel isn't just a good RPG, it also has an engaging story to tell and it has a playscore of 8.47.
RuneScape is one of the most well-known names in the world of MMORPGs.
It was a breakthrough in 2001, and it continues on today with a slew of gameplay changes and whole new coat of paint. But, for anyone who's missing the good old days, developer Jagex Games Studio brings you the RuneScape we used to know and love some years ago.
Return to the game's humble roots and go on adventures solo or with friends. There's even the return of their fun PvP. All of these are made easier with cross-platform play that connects you with people from different platforms. It’s a free-to-play game but the paid subscription will open you up to all new skills, quests, and more.
It has a playscore of 8.52
Play Hand to a mad King that's out to eliminate the royal competition. King Crusher is a simplified fusion of roguelike sensibilities and RPG elements.
Follow the orders of your beloved King and round up the best fighters in the land to eliminate all the monarchs of the world. Choose from up to 12 different classes and rally them with simplified swipes and strikes.
What makes it a good game isn't that it has a compelling story to tell, but it's also wrapped in pleasing aesthetics that's topped with fun combat and gameplay. It has a playscore of 8.53.
Named after those historical Greek Soldiers, hop into thhe shoes of one of them strong hellenic forces and help him journey through a fiery underworld. It's a grid-based strategy game that challenges you to maneuver carefully around lava, archers, and other enemies that come between you, the Golden Fleece, and your other missions.
The journey might be tough, but there's plenty of ways of surviving. Upgrade your abilities wisely. Whether its piercing fire attacks, whirlwinds, or shields.
Do whatever it takes to travel furthest into the depths and keep the hordes at bay. It has a playscore of 8.57.
One of the most well-known names in the mobile fighting games circuit. Nekki Games shows off their martial mastery a second time in this sequel. Start from scratch and climb up the ranks on your journey to become a martial arts master.
Although it's mostly a fighting game, Shadow Fight 2 also offers a compelling RPG system. Find the martial arts technique that fits you best and crush your enemies one by one. Fully optimized for the mobile, the combat is fluid and lifelike, which helps you feel like you're control of the fight. It has a playscore of 8.63.
Brave the harsh storms and the ferocious monsters and fulfill your duties as the cute Post Knight. It's a bite-sized role-playing game that nobilizes the duties of the humble mailman.
The Postknightly duties begin as you venture through the lands of Kurestal, where you will come face to face with various monsters. As you grow in level, so do the beasts that roam the land.
Survive the quest to deliver packages by levelling the playing field with bigger weapons and a variety of potions that heal, lower cooldowns, and give you buffs.
As a knight, chivalry also comes in the picture. Meet the lovely citizens across the world and get to choose your lifelong partner from among them. Cute AND challenging, it has a playscore of 8.63
Developer Springloaded rolls the dice in this casual combat RPG. Within their tiny little dungeons lies a hundred battles hidden in every corner. By using the magical die, you make your across its dangerous halls and engage in clashes against their various monsters. Each roll may have its own special twist, but you might have to rely on lady luck for the rest.
Along the way, also collect pet monsters to aid you in your cute but deadly quest. If you want greater challenge, enter the game’s multiplayer arena to dominate other players. It’s pretty fun, and it has a playscore of 8.63.
It’s the first and the freshest 2019 entry on this list. Slash your way through medieval evil and defeat a tyrant with your empowered protagonist.
Grimvalor is a hack and slash game that borrows elements from notable platformers such as Castlevania and other Souls-lite titles. Slick from top to bottom, make your way through its dark fantasy world and slay dangerous bosses with your badass skills.
The game has a free demo if you want to get a taste of its first few chapters. But, if you want the full experience, could always pay for it. A playscore of 8.67.
2. ANOTHER EDEN
If there’s an Avengers: Endgame for Mobile Games, this one’s probably it. ANOTHER EDEN is a combination of efforts from renowned JRPG creators.
This includes artists from Chrono Trigger, Luminous Arc 2, BINCHOTAN and etc. The story is your typical JRPG fashion, embark on a grand journey to save the lost future and stop evil before anything bad happens. Combining past, present and future of game design, enjoy its breathtaking world full of monsters and magic. It receives a playscore of 8.67.
1. Tap Titans 2
There’s a blurry line when it comes to RPGs, especially in the mobile. Tap Titans 2 is special. It’s has its own RPG flavour, but in the form of an idle clicker. A sequel to its successful original, this puts the player’s finger to the test once more. Tap and tap away to take down huge bosses and monsters with insane health pools.
Customize and upgrade your characters stats to your heart's content. There’s nothing more satisfying than watching your damage numbers go up. And the more heroes you have, the easier these monsters fall. It has a playscore of 8.72.