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12 new (and 1 WTF) Android games from the last week: The best, worst, and everything in between (4/26/21 – 5/2/21)

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Thank you for collecting the best new Android games that were released on the Play Store or we discovered last week. Today’s list is divided into several segments ranging from Best, Average, and Fair. So, it doesn’t matter whether you are looking for the highest quality games or simply the latest free Gacha titles. This week features cute passive simulations, unique Frogger-like puzzles, and fun WTF titles with cats pushing objects out of furniture. So, without further ado, here’s a new and notable Android game released last week.

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Best game

Fair price, enjoyable gameplay, stylish interface or interesting titles

Tsuki’s Odyssey

Hyperbeard has pumped up a lot of casual pet games over the years, and it’s the latest in Tsuki’s Odyssey to join the collection. The problem is that this is a passive game, you can simply check to see what the protagonist of the game is doing. You can’t directly control these animals, but you can decorate their dwellings, making them a part of life rather than simulating pets. So, if you enjoy a casual life simulator that offers lovely graphics, Tsuki’s Odyssey is easily worth a look.

Monetization: Free / With Ads / IAP from $0.99-$3.99

Tsuki's Odyssey
Tsuki's Odyssey

Valley of Savage Run

At first, Valley of The Savage Run doesn’t look that much, but it’s actually a reasonably difficult game where you control two characters to achieve your goal. Both characters have to dodge enemies until the end of each stage, and sometimes the two characters have to join forces to achieve their goal, so you have to spend time thinking about the solution to the puzzle of the game. Sure, the graphics may look a bit basic, but once you start the game, the movements will look a lot more attractive.

Monetization: Free / With Ads / IAP $0.99-$2.99

Valley of Savage Run
Valley of Savage Run

Average game

Titles that aren’t the best, but still provide fun and interesting mechanics

Spike-Volleyball Story

Spike-Volleyball Story seems to be a remastered version of the original game. The graphics are great, but it takes time to get used to the controls, and the developers sometimes mention that this is a challenging game in the title description. Of course you can think that the remaster will fix the insufficient control, but I don’t. Thankfully, the game can be fun, but to be successful, you have to take the time to get used to the controls.

Monetization: Free / With Ads / No IAP

Spike-Volleyball Story
Spike-Volleyball Story

Ship shipyard

Ship Dockyard may not offer impressive graphics, but the theme is very unique. You can dock your ship to fill the role of shipyard staff, then choose how to paint to restore their glory. Yes, this is a casual game with casual gameplay, but you have to admit that the theme is very unique. It’s a step ahead of most casual games as most of them are busy copying other titles. And since this game is completely free, anyone can play to make up their minds.

Monetization: Free / No Ads / No IAP

Ship shipyard
Ship shipyard

Im Foster Clash

Imposter Clash is an early access release and definitely offers art very similar to Between Us, but at least the gameplay is different since this is a puzzle game. The setup is simple. Run around, gather crew, and defeat monsters in the way. The more crew you collect, the better. The game is free (with ads) and can be fun with casual play, so if you don’t like the skills you’re used to, it won’t hurt to spin this puzzle.

Monetization: Free / With Ads / No IAP

Ordinary game

Titles that are buggy, matte, or offer aggressive monetization

Santorini: Pocket Game

Santorini: Pocket Game basically offers a very enjoyable theme for city building along with soothing music. So, from the start, this game almost looks attractive, and you find that the city building mechanics are very shallow and the game is full of in-app purchases. It’s a boring slogan because the forced ads are also mixed, completely ruining the relaxed atmosphere and the title basically plays like an idle game. So, while this game sounds like a winner at first glance, it’s nothing.

Monetization: Free / With Ads / IAP $0.99-$99.99

Santorini: Pocket Game
Santorini: Pocket Game

Drifty Runaway-Step on the gas!

If you’ve played Pako’s Police Dodge Racer, you’ll know exactly what to expect from Drifty Runaway. This game is a clone, but it does offer some new mechanics, such as weapons that you can use against the police chasing your car. This adds a bit more depth to the gameplay, and since it has 7 levels, there is also good content to explore. Sadly, the game is aggressively monetized, so if you’re looking for something that isn’t greedy, I recommend it. Sticking to the Pako series.

Monetization: Free / With Ads / IAP $0.99-$109.99

Drifty Runaway-Step on the gas!
Drifty Runaway-Step on the gas!

Summoners War: Lost Centuria

Summoners War: Lost Centuria is the latest release of the Summoners War gacha series and, as expected, it’s a cash catch full of terrible balances. The permissions of the game are also bad. All in all, this is another Gacha game that offers more of the same features, built from scratch to empty pockets, so it should be easily avoided unless you waste your time and money on cynical crap designed to take advantage of your player base. . If terrible monetization isn’t enough to get in the way of you, performance is mediocre too.

Monetization: Free / With Ads / IAP $0.99-$99.99

Summoners War: Lost Centuria
Summoners War: Lost Centuria

Dinosaur Park-Primitive Zoo

Dinosaur Park-Primitive Zoo is a typical free game kingdom builder. Create a feature to show off your dinosaurs in the zoo and play like a tycoon game because, like the theme park simulation, some dinosaurs attract more visitors than others. Nonetheless, the title is aggressively monetizing, and the constant wait timer prevents free players from sitting down during long sessions. However, if you are annoyed with spending money to get rid of false obstacles, this is the game for you.

Monetization: Free / With Ads / IAP $0.99-$99.99

Dinosaur Park-Primitive Zoo
Dinosaur Park-Primitive Zoo

Strange World-RTS Survival

Strange World is an RTS game that provides survival mechanisms. Because this game protects the gameplay so that people can relax the grind or pay for it. After all, few F2P mobile games are made for fun. The balance of this game is not good because they are made by grabbing money. You’ll actually run into a wall where the difficulty jumps quite a bit, because it’s the tried and true false wall that gets people to pay off. Of course, if you like RTS titles, this game is a bit interesting, but monetization and balance spoil it.

Monetization: Free / With Ads / IAP $0.99-$99.99

Strange World-RTS Survival
Strange World-RTS Survival

Titan slayer

Titan Slayer is an early access release and is a card-based roguelike RPG. As expected, the game is already full of in-app purchases and of course there is also a season pass. The game is an unfinished, unfinished cash acquisition that utilizes the card-based roguelike gameplay you’ve all seen before through PvP so people can pay. But if you enjoy paying money to win, you will love throwing money on the Titan Slayer.

Monetization: Free / With Ads / IAP $1.99-$99.99

Titan slayer
Titan slayer

Mini Wars: Pocket Defense

In 2021, people are still developing tower defense games for mobile. To make matters worse, these reciprocations look no better than what was available when the genre evolved a few years ago. Mini War: Pocket Defense is the latest generic tower defense game released on the Play Store, full of in-app purchases as expected and full of ads. Where’s creativity, enthusiasm, and enjoyable gameplay? Well, you can’t find it here.

Monetization: Free / With Ads / IAP $0.99-$129.99

Mini Wars: Pocket Defense
Mini Wars: Pocket Defense

WTF Game of the Week

Title saying “WTF”

Jabby Cat 3D

Jabby Cat 3D is the perfect WTF title for all cat owners. Of course this is a simple casual game, but it’s all about pushing objects off the table when playing the role of a cat. Those familiar with the affection cats bring into our lives should be well aware that cats absolutely love pushing things out of tables, desks, chairs, and shelves. So, the apps that make this phenomenon a game are pretty fun. And since this game is basically a lazy asset flip, the opaque graphics emphasize how weird this title is.

Monetization: Free / With Ads / $2.99 ​​per IAP

Jabby Cat 3D
Jabby Cat 3D

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