A spiritual successor to GameDev Story that features even more different mechanics and actions available for you. I can’t stress how complex it is and how many things you should keep in mind while playing it, but it’s all just as fun. It’s truly a great simulator, a real treat.
An exciting space shoot-em-up with great graphics. The levels are long and you are free to roam from the start to finish at will, flipping your ship with the touch of a button, making this game a bit more strategic than others. It has great graphics, but also really high demands from your system. It worked great on my phone, but still, be sure your system is up to the challenge.
This game has really irritating characters and design, as well as primitive but frustrating puzzles. If it was one or another, I’d say that it’s a fun game to kill some time or give to your kids – but it’s so poor overall that I only felt frustration while I tried to play it and nothing else.
Crazy Defense 3D is a mostly working experimental tower defense game that tries to deliver some fresh experience – and it does! I don’t say that everyone will like it – especially because of how unusual it really is – but it’s absolutely free anyway so I suggest you try it and see for yourself.
A fine Bomberman game, first in the line of a degrading franchise. It’s fun and challenging – but not “free-to-play” challenging, either. I was really engaged in it so if you like Bomberman, I’m certain that so will you.
It doesn’t matter, how bad or primitive a game is, as long as it’s fun. And Tarzan Adventure isn’t particularly fun, either. It’s not even a fresh concept for a game. It’s glitch and not entertaining, its only upside being the fact that it’s free.
Sure, this game may not look like it, but it’s actually broken, primitive and full of barbaric free-to-play issues. As much as I’d like this game if it was done well, it’s simply not. Maybe some people will pick it up because it’s free but there are plenty of better free-to-play hack-n-slash RPGs out there.
Daredogs is a light and fun shoot-em-up that should probably have been more varied, but it’s a fun game, regardless. It’s not very exciting but is definitely enjoyable and unusual. Its main issue is repetitiveness so unless you like the game from the first minute, there’s nothing to be waiting for.
Zombie Minesweeper for Android - Just in case you wanted to play a zombie shooter, combined with Minesweeper, this is what you need to get. If you didn't – then you still should check it out, as it’s easily the most unique “zombie” anything, released in the past couple of months.
Despite the ridiculously copyright-infringing title, the game isn’t that bad, letting you blow some steam by blowing zombie heads off. Of course, it’s free-to-play, meaning that unless you pay, you’re going to lose over and over real quick. Not exciting, but not too flawed, either.