Best of September 2013

Quite predictably, Angry birds: Star Wars II by Rovio rules the September list of best Android games. It will be interesting to see how will NFL and FIFA move on the table in the next few weeks, especially since the PC version of the latter was on top position on several lists in the UK.

14. Total Conquest

Total Conquest's combat isn't so hot, but the city-building gameplay, social support, and online multiplayer sure are. - Evan Wade

Sound the call to battle and join legions of players online in a battle to control the Roman Empire! Total Conquest is an exciting and strategic social game where you are a Roman governor developing your own city-state and army.

13. Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing

Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing brings nothing new to the track, but for $1.99 offers plenty of fun. Go get ‘em! - Adeline Gear

The world’s fastest hedgehog, Sonic, and the SEGA All-Stars are zooming on to your Android phone or tablet for the ultimate party racing showdown.

12. Breach & Clear

Breach & Clear is one of the best tactical experiences we've seen in a game period -- not just on mobile devices. - Evan Wade

Choose your real-world squad — US Army Rangers, US Navy Seals, Canada’s JTF2, and more — and take on a variety of foes with different skill-sets and abilities.

11. Danger Dash

Danger Dash is an uninspired endless runner with no trace of originality, and you shouldn’t waste your time with it. - Mihir Patkar

Collect Artifacts and run for your life as the hero Chuck Ace, the adventurer girl Miranda Rose, or the powerful Blowing Wind. Accomplish missions, escape danger and become a Real Adventurer if you got what it takes…

10. Heroes of Loot

Dive into dungeon after dungeon in Heroes of Loot collecting all the coins and gems you can while speeding around shooting everything. - Robert Clark

A dungeon full of skulls, imps, cyclops, minotaurs, flameheads, spikes, secrets and much, much more is now ready for you.. the Hero!


Touchdowns and field goals, all in great graphics with brand new features. - Dean Sherwin

An experience 25 years in the making! EA SPORTS delivers the most authentic NFL football experience to date for Android smartphones and tablets with MADDEN NFL 25.

8. Terraria

Terraria for mobile is a port of the original game, featuring a scaled-down world, a painful interface, and endless opportunities for crafting. - Jason Stengren

In Terraria, every world is unique — from the floating islands in the sky to the deepest level of The Underworld. Adventure to the ends of the earth, and defeat villainous bosses along the way. The world is your canvas!

7. Reaper

Reaper is an action/RPG that sports attractive visuals and a wide variety of quests aimed at constantly improving your character. Accept quest, kill mobs, and spend money on new gear! - Jason Stengren

Enter the world ripe with magic and monsters! Become the Black Swordsman and slay thousands of enemies in an epic action RPG!


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6. Toast Time

Toast Time: A well executed game that is more frustrating than fun. - Adeline Gear

An appetising arena shoot-em-up garnished with tower-defence elements and served warm with awesome-sauce (probably syrup).

A throwback to the golden age of video games where old-school homebrew titles fused arcade action with a distinctly British sense of humour.

5. FIFA 14

With its real-world hookup and new controls, FIFA 14 is great for casual and serious gamers, whether football fans or not. - Mihir Patkar

But the penalty kicks notwithstanding, FIFA 14 is a fantastic game for both the casual player as well as serious gamers. The new touch controls are intuitive, the graphics are wonderful for a mobile game, and the gameplay is as mesmerizing and involved as ever. Considering that you don’t have to pay even a cent for it, this easily makes it as the Game of the Year for me so far.

4. Deer Hunter 2014

Deer Hunter 2014 is an attractive, first-person hunting game where you go on the prowl to collect the funds to buy and upgrade new weapons. - Jason Stengren

Deer Hunter 2014 is an attractive diversion for those of you who are stuck inside for the winter, dreaming about next spring’s hunt. Free isn’t a bad price to pay, but you’ll quickly run up against the game’s energy and import limitations. However, I’ve found that all you need is to have a few of these energy based games running simultaneously to make it worth your while. Deer Hunter 2014 is a solid title in the hunting genre, if not a tad bit simplistic.

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3. Kingdom Rush Frontiers

While not too radically different that its predecessor, Kingdom Rush Frontiers is still an exceptional game. - Robert Clark

When it comes to the tower defense genre I think it is an almost established fact that the original Kingdom Rush from Ironhide Studios is the creme of the crop. What started out as a flash browser game stormed mobile devices with its cartoon looks and interesting ideas on a popular genre and because of all that it dominated top ten lists since its mobile release. As usual with success a sequel was planned and released called Kingdom Rush Frontiers. Apple users got the game much sooner than anyone else but after months of agonizing waiting Kingdom Rush Frontiers, the Kingdom Rush sequel, is finally out on Android and it is glorious.

2. Shadowrun Returns

A masterpiece of a turn-based RPG that every gamer worth his salt should experience. - Abhimanyu Ghoshal

In 1989, game designer and author Jordan Weisman let his imagination run wild and created the ultimate fantasy universe for the geeks of his time: Shadowrun brought together magical creatures, cyberpunks, urban mercenaries and evil corporations in a futuristic dystopian world that made for a compelling tabletop role-playing game like no other. After several spin-off novels, video games and collectibles, Weisman got to work on bringing the franchise to a new breed of gamers through a successful Kickstarter project, and the result is certainly worth a look — Shadowrun Returns is a turn-based tactical RPG for PC/Mac/iOS/Android that draws players into its expansive world for an immersive experience, with class-leading gameplay and a compelling story.

1. Angry Birds Star Wars II

Angry Birds Star Wars II celebrates two iconic franchises in a puzzle feast that's well worth your time. - Mihir Patkar

The Force is strong with this one. Get ready for Angry Birds Star Wars II – the epic follow-up to the #1 smash hit game! Based on the Star Wars movie prequels, use the Force for good against the greedy Pork Federation or choose a much darker path.

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