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The Best Android Games Available (May 2021)

It seems that mobile games are always popular and it is not strange at all. They are usually simple, don’t require a lot of time to understand the gameplay or to develop your character (though, everything depends on a game), and are perfect time killers. 

If you are looking for a great game to play on Android, check topapps.com where you can find lists of best games and also download those you liked for free. It is a great source if you already played tons of mobile games or if you don’t even know what you are looking for. Let’s check several popular games that you can play in May.

  1. Doctor Who: The Lonely Assassins

An adventure game based on the Doctor Who series in the style of the Simulacra series. In an abandoned house, someone's phone was found, which hides the clue to the return of the Weeping Angels, a race of creatures that send their victims to the past. 

  1. The Longest Road on Earth

Players will observe the everyday life of anthropomorphic animals. There will be no dialogue in The Longest Road on Earth, so the interpretation of what is happening will depend only on the players.

  1. SaGa Frontier Remastered

It is a re-release of the Japanese JRPG that first came out in 1998 on the PlayStation. There are seven protagonists in the game - each with its own story. In the remaster, the developers have improved the graphics, redesigned the interface, and also added a new character.

Great Android Games for Two

Despite the apparent obviousness of the formula, there are not many good games with a synchronous multiplayer on large platforms. Let’s check some great games among them:

  1. Bombsquad

The compilation of many popular mechanics, united around one main idea: you always need to work as a team. Bombsquad is simple: there are players and an arsenal of many different bombs, with which you can detonate everyone else. Modes that add a strategic approach to the use of weapons make the process fun.

  1. Duel otters

A collection of mini-games about two otters, reminiscent of the Rayman Raving Rabbits or 1-2-Switch dilogy. Duel Otters contains 13 mini-games for two players. Each of them requires different skills: somewhere it is enough to simply click out to your opponent, in others, a reaction is required, and some will force you to think.

  1. Sky: Children of the Light

Previously, Jenova Chen worked magic on the Playstation, but Children of the Light is an attempt to transfer the art of gaming meditation into the format of a mobile game.

Children of the Light is a much more co-op-oriented game. The relationship between living allies meeting here has its own branch of development, influencing the visual style, the possibility of non-verbal communication, and even the gameplay. The Sky seems to reward players for helping each other out and meeting an old acquaintance while traveling here is as pleasant as in life.



 

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