If you’re an RPG addict and if you’ve got a new Android phone, you’ll most likely want to find some cool games in your favorite genre. Good news – the Google Play store has a huge number of different games to offer, and RPG’s are among them. Of course, these games can’t boast of great graphics like you can see in PC masterpieces like Dragon Age I/II or The Witcher I/II, but they’re still very nice, interesting and addictive.
This game has knights, maidens and wizards – all a standard RPG needs. It is brilliantly designed and easy to play with numerous well-developed battle scenes. The story is in-depth as is the character development. Just Classic fantasy world RPG that can be bought for $2.99 from Google Play’s store.
2. Pocket Legends (3D MMO)
Pocket Legends is one that has yielded wide acclaim for its excellent 3D graphics and online multi-player features. If you love your fantasy characters in a world of creepy dungeons, steamy swamps and snow-topped mountains, this is definitely one for you. And it’s for free.
3. Samurai II: Vengeance
This is the sequel to the popular Samurai: Way of the Warrior and is a real high-end smartphone and tablet gaming experience. You will play the role of Daisuke on a long-quest to hunt down his arch enemy Orochi, tackling various terrains and engaging in countless battles along the way. The story line is as great as the graphics, which is as great as the sound effects – an excellent game for newer Android’s for only $2.42.
This game has the best looks among all Android games I’ve ever seen, and I believe it will look even better on a powerful smartphone like Samsung’s new Galaxy S3 or HTC’s One X.
4. Antibody Lite
Ever fancied taking up the role of an immune cell in an RPG? Well, Antibody Lite gives you the opportunity to do just that. You must save the world by fighting a deadly infection which is threatening the whole of mankind. Surprisingly addictive. And free.
5. Crusade of Destiny
This is the first game of its kind to offer multi-touch control for touchscreen devices for 3D movement and 360 degree camera panning. It is the usual hero on a quest format with the obligatory dragons and magic thrown in for good measure. It is also brilliant to play and extremely addictive. It costs $4.99, which seems to be a bit much for a game, but I guess it’s worth it.