Glu Games have been having a busy 2014 with three games released in quick succession.
Kemco is well known for its 16-bit Japanese RPGs but that doesn’t mean they won’t do make a deviation.
The other day I mentioned that I felt I’ve seen it all when it comes to these cookie cutter mobile RPG games that utilize the same mechanics but change up just the one core dynamic.
Sony Pictures Television has outed another game on Android and this one’s not following in the footsteps of its predecessors.
When it comes to a lot of RPG mobile games nowadays there is a set formula that the likes of Puzzle Dragons, Quiz RPG, Monster Match, etc. adhere to.
Tengu Games, a small indie game studio in the Netherlands has just launched their first turn based RPG game on Android called Elementalist.
Dancing Sorcerer Games has just debuted its first mobile game Road of Kings on the Android platform.
In the mobile remake of Final Fantasy VI, the graphics have been recreated under the supervision of one of its original designers, Kazuko Shibuya.
If you enjoy dungeon crawlers, you will love taking on the role of the Archangel, who has descended from above to deliver heavenly justice.
The struggle of good versus evil is never ending.
There’s good news for fans of Japanese RPGs right off the New Year, because retro gaming experts Kemco are back with another spell binding game called Journey to Kreisia.
In Brave Frontier you create squads/teams made up of various monsters in the realm.
Android and mobile gaming in general is starting to be regarded more and more seriously. Some developers are really pushing towards more hardcore video game experiences and less casual Angry Birds filler.
In Hero Siege you’ll grab whatever weapon you want, whether it be an axe, bow, gun or magic spells and hack & slash your way through hordes of enemies.
The Sian Empire is under attack and your forces are outgunned and outnumbered.
The land of Raia is in desolation. Completely wrecked and a mysterious creep has infected every living thing to turn them into monsters.
War Valley Online hosts all the typical features you’d want in a MMORPG with PvP capabilities.
The game follows a grim storyline where four of the thirteen children of the All-Father turned against him and not only destroyed him but also the universe he ruled.
Crescent Moon Games follows up the release of its platforming adventure Nakama with another gorgeous looking hack ‘n’ slash platformer called Clash of Puppets.