New Android Games On Google Play: October 8, 2013
Regular Modojo readers will know that we like to bring you a round-up of all the new iPhone and iPad games that hit the App Store when the clock strikes midnight each Thursday. What about you Android gamers out there though? To which new games should you turn when you're next killing time?
We've picked out some of the most notable new releases on Google Play from the last week or so - a mix of paid, free, old and new games that we think you should know about. Stay tuned for regular updates on the latest new Android games as they're released.
TMNT: Rooftop Run
History's taught us that you should probably wait for a mobile re-imagining of a childhood classic to get a price-drop before splashing out any cash, but TMNT fans will want to get stuck in straight away.
One of our favorite exploration games makes the leap from PC to iOS and Android. Minecraft nuts will not want to miss out on this wonderful title.
Powered by Kickstarter, this game set in the Shadowrun universe is sure to tickle the fancy of any tactical RPG fan.
Final Fantasy V
The series that needs no introduction. The release of Final Fantasy V for Android is very welcome - not to mention overdue, considering the iOS version was released more than six months ago!
Time Surfer not only looks great, it plays great too, and it was more than deserving of the 4.5 out of 5 star we gave the game in our review. Now Android gamers can get stuck into the action too.
Time Surfer - Review
Deer Hunter 2014
Some people who watch Bambi shed a tear at the senseless slaughter. Others crave to be the huntsman. You monsters. Deer Hunter 2014 won't be too everyone's tastes, but there's no denying it's a very solid shooter.
Giant Boulder of Death
If you like your games to come with plenty of silly, Adult Swim Games always - always - has you covered. This new game is no exception.
Another game to take its sweet time getting to Google Play is MotoHeroz, the tricky physics racer from the creators of Trials. Worth waiting for.
MotoHeroz - Review