Best Android Games of November
‘Tis the season for gratitude and gaming. We here at Hardcore Droid have put together a list of the best Android games of November just for you. Consider it a present because this year we’re grateful for you. We’re also thankful for flying pirates. Oh! And for anime heroes. Who isn’t? But we are most grateful for you… and space cowboys.
5. Sky Battleships: Total War of Ships
Sky Battleships: Total War of Ships starts off this month’s list as the fifth best Android game. Fun Games 3D has succeeded in producing an arcade-style real-time strategy title that new and old gamers alike can appreciate. Sky Battleships is simple: simple concept, simple gameplay, simple fun.
As the name implies, everyone has taken to the skies and is fighting for dominion. Colonies of pirates wander the heavens in their floating island colonies. When two colonies stray too close together, they battle it out in a—you guessed it—Total War of Ships. That’s right. Your floating island is outfitted with flying war machines.
Drag and drop various ships in a timed showdown. These battles will have you chewing on your fingernails in anticipation. What’s more, Sky Battleships will match you up with players around your same skill level. This makes it so that newcomers can succeed and veterans can continue to be challenged. So, if you’re a gamer looking to make your life more simple, check out Sky Battleships: Total War of Ships.
4. Illusion Connect
For all the anime fans out there, listen up. SuperPrism Technology’s Illusion Connect is an anime-style tactical RPG and strategy mobile game. Lead a team of anime heroes as they battle nightmares come to life. Each match is played on a grid similar to a chessboard. Every hero has unique abilities, and you choose when and where to send them into battle. Once they are on the board, they perform their moves automatically. This makes for fast gameplay while still allowing for player control and involvement. Additionally, the player is actually given an avatar that is placed on the board. The goal is to destroy the enemy’s avatar before they destroy you. If you die, game over.
Though the story is nothing special, the same is not true of the characters. It is rare to get game characters with multidimensional personalities. As your team of heroes battle and bond, you are sure to enjoy getting to know each member of your team. You will also have the opportunity to set up a home base that, in this case, is a mansion. And don’t let your mansion fall into disrepair because adding some home décor and renovations could improve your team’s battle skills.
Overall, the charming animation, engaging characters and thoughtful design is why Illusion Connect made it onto the best Android games of November list.
3. TMNT: Mutant Madness
Remember the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? Well, they’re back! Kongregate’s TMNT: Mutant Madness takes us back to New York in the 80s, when Shredder has infiltrated the Ninja Turtles’ lair. As always, he is up to no good. Long story short, there was a gigantic explosion that projected into multiple universes. Now the brothers have to trapeze through the multiverse, battling familiar foes.
TMNT: Mutant Madness features a mix of 2D and 3D design. This makes for a more engaging gaming experience. Also, in addition to battling, there are various side quests to complete. With well-written characters and a good dose of nostalgia, this title will make any Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fan happy.
2. Raziel: Dungeon Arena
Indrasoft’s Raziel: Dungeon Arena will appeal to the realists in the world. Described as haunting and grim, this hack-and-slash looter is set in a fantasy world where the undead have almost crushed the last of humanity. With the population dwindling, there isn’t much hope for a savior. That’s where you come in. Pick one of three unlikely heroes and begin your journey through the ruins of civilization.
The detailed animation and poignant soundtrack will pull you into the game. With effortless controls, Raziel: Dungeon Arena makes it easy for players to enjoy hours of gameplay. There are 60 dungeons to complete and, once you reach a certain level, you will unlock a multiplayer option. Perhaps saving what’s left of humanity doesn’t have to be so lonely.
1. Space Marshals 3
Ladies and gentlemen, the number one best Android game of November is… Space Marshals 3! Yee-haw! Pixelbite brings us the next installment of their space western series. This comedic action-packed top-down shooter deputizes you and tasks you with traveling the galaxy to take down the most dangerous of criminals. So, pull on those space boots, grab your cowboy hat and get to work.
You will face a host of different enemies, all with unique abilities and tactics. And don’t forget that we’re in space, so not all the criminals will be humans. Enjoy the great graphics as you play through diverse maps with various levels of difficulty. If you fail the first time, don’t fret. You can attempt the level again. This gives you a chance to change up your weapons and/or strategy. And if you fail again, third time’s the charm.
Space Marshals 3 is free to download, though only the first chapter is currently available. There will be more to come, but these will have a price tag attached. Nevertheless, what can beat the sweet feeling of victory as you bring back order to the galaxy? Save for kicking back a cold beer on the family farm, of course.