We rounded up the best new games released last week. Check out new for not missing any great games for a fulfill gaming week!
Sky Gamblers – Infinite Jets
Sky Gamblers – Infinite Jets is the latest entry in Atypical’s Sky Gamblers air combat game series. While Infinite Jets landed on iOS four years ago, it only just this week landed on the Play Store. So yes, this is an older title, but it still looks and plays great. There are over 100 planes to choose from, and you can choose to play PvE or PvP. All around, this is a solid flight combat game despite its age, and it’s monetized well to boot. There’s honestly a lot here to like, so don’t miss out.
Adventure Reborn: story game point and click
Adventure Reborn is a point-and-click adventure game. It takes place in a post-apocalyptic world that’s filled with amusing and zany characters. You’ll fill the role of a girl with a mysterious past tasked with saving her parents, and like most point and clicks, you’ll hunt for clues and solve puzzles to progress the story. Only the first chapter is available right now, but more are coming soon, so if you’d like to get in on the ground floor, now’s your chance.
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SpellTower is an older word game that was delisted from the Play Store a while ago, but Noodlecake has seen fit to update the game for a re-release. This time around, GPG is enabled, and there are some new modes, which means there’s even more content than before. So if you’re looking for an enjoyable twist on word search games, SpellTower is a fantastic mobile classic that’s finally making a triumphant return.
Scuderia Racing is a top-down racer that offers four different modes. Single players can expect to choose from racing in through an entire season, individual races, as well as jump into a free-racing mode at any time. There’s also split-screen multiplayer for those looking to race friends locally on a single device. Still, the game is a little rough around the edges, so things like knowing which car is yours at the start of a race aren’t always clear. All in all, this is a fun timewaster that will hopefully see more polish in the coming months.
NieR Re[in]carnation is a highly-polished RPG from Yoko Taro, the very person behind all of the mainline NieR games on consoles and PCs. Of course, this is a free-to-play release, and it’s a gacha game, but it’s actually pretty fun even though it contains auto-combat and PvP that could be considered pay-to-win. This is a game for fans of the series, and it offers superb music, not to mention an interesting story that explores the tragic history behind several weapons. So if you’re looking for lore, there’s plenty here, and unlike most gacha games, the balancing is on point, which is why gameplay doesn’t ever feel like a chore. All in all, this is one of Square’s better efforts when it comes to F2P releases, so if you’re a fan of the series or enjoy casual mobile RPGs, there’s enough fun here to make the install worth it. Just watch out for those greedy IAPs.
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Pool Heroes is currently completely free to play, though it’s probably in testing, so this may not last, at least if the rest of the publisher’s catalog is anything to go by. As it stands, this is a top-down pool game where you can play online, though the lack of a leaderboard and player stats is annoying since you can’t track your gameplay. Still, it can be fun to play a few rounds between friends, and since Pool Heroes isn’t monetized yet, now’s probably the best time to check it out.
PAW Patrol Rescue World
PAW Patrol Rescue World offers a bunch of mini-games that are easy for kids to pick up and play. There are two free characters that anyone can play with, but the rest have a price attached, which is where this game makes its money (by selling new characters to players). Still, this type of monetization allows anyone to play the game, which is great for testing to know if the extra character purchases are worth the investment. So far, user reviews are good, and I have to say I agree. This is an enjoyable children’s game that won’t break the bank unless you just have to own every character in the game. While the mini-game gameplay isn’t groundbreaking by any means, it should appeal to children easily.
Konami partners with Tencent to bring Contra Hero Returns, a free-to-play side-scrolling shooter that brings the classic Contra IP to mobile platforms. Choose to play as one of four different characters, each with their own abilities. Blast through intense PvE story stages in the solo campaign. Tackle various PvP game modes like real-time ranked 3v3. Shore up on both premium currency and in-game gold to acquire gear of higher rarities for better firepower and survivability. Equip characters with armor and weapons, with certain characters having up to six slots for armor and three slots for weapons. Enhance gear with loot such as EXP tickets and gather the necessary materials to evolve it.
Rec Room is a social gaming space where you can build games and play them with your friends. As you would expect, there’s a heavy emphasis on cosmetics and customization, though the lack of control settings means you’re stuck with the game’s default touch controls, which aren’t the best. Performance is also lackluster, so the game needs some serious optimization for mobile. Of course, this is a cross-platform release, so you can play with friends no matter their device of choice, which is always lovely to see.
Tears of Themis
Tears of Themis is the latest release from miHoYo Limited, the same studio behind Genshin Impact. This is an Otome dating sim, a niche genre designed to appeal in the same way waifu collection games do, but thanks to the additional detective mechanics, there’s some fun to be had outside of dating a bunch of hunky dudes. So if you’re a fan of games like Ace Attorney, you may find some fun in the release since it offers a similar evidence collection, though it’s still centered around dating a selection of pretty boys, which is why it’s monetized so poorly.
AlchemyKnight comes from 111%, a developer that has a penchant for creating unique casual games. This is an RPG that offers auto everything, so it’s basically an idle game, though you can tap on skills to gain an advantage while battling, so there is some interactivity beyond deep-diving into the game’s menus.
My Dog – Pet Dog Game Simulator
My Dog is a pet simulator similar to a Tamagotchi game, where you’ll take care of your pet by feeding, petting, and clothing all manner of adorable dogs. There are eight dogs to chose from when you start, and you can pay to unlock more, which is a general complaint from users that they have to pay cash to get the dogs they want. There’s also a house decoration mechanic, so there are some life simulation mechanics in the mix, making for a game that’s mostly centered around dressing up your dog and decorating your house.
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