You are probably too familiar with our top 5 weekly games at this point, so without further ado, let’s get right into 5 newly-released Android games that you should check out:

The Escapists 2: Pocket Breakout

The Escapists 2: Pocket Breakout is a mobile port of the PC game The Escapist 2, which is in turn a sequel of the highly-praised strategy/simulator The Escapists released in 2014.

The concept is simple: You are a convict locked up in a prison, and have to use your wits and creativity, as well as the tools available to develop a grand escape scheme. The Escapists 2 improves upon the foundation set by its predecessor, and it is now bigger and better than ever. You will have more prisons settings to play in, more ways to escape, and more options for customization.

Star Traders: Frontiers

Star Traders: Frontiers is yet another well-received PC game that just made its way to mobile devices last week.  In this sci-fi RPG, you will create your own character, customize his/her appearance, choose from one of the four classes including Pirate, Smuggler, Bounty Hunter, and Explorer, then set out to explore the vast emptiness of space and basically be whatever you want to be.

The sheer amount of content in this game is simply astonishing, the controls transfer really well to the touchscreen, and the story is engaging. Star Traders: Frontiers promises endless hours of fun.

Another Eden

Another Eden is a new interesting JRPG from the makers of several classics such as Chrono Trigger, Xenogears, and Final Fantasy. It tells the story of a young boy named Aldo and his sister Feene as they embark on an adventure through time and space to combat evil.

Tony Hawk’s Skate Jam

Tony Hawk has become a legendary name in mobile recreation, and Skate Jam aims to revive the classic skateboarding franchise on mobile. In this game, you will have the chance to perform all the cool tricks with your skateboard, from jumping, grabbing to flipping, and more. There is also a career mode that’ll make you feel like a real pro skater.

Dragons: Titan Uprising

The third How To Train Your Dragons movie is coming very soon, and if you cannot wait to be reunited with the beloved duo Hiccup and Toothless, Dragons: Titan Uprising is here to whet your appetite before the main dish. This is a RPG/puzzle hybrid in which you will have to engage in a series of dragon battles to save the island of Berk. The actual combat is basically a match-three puzzle minigame where you would order your dragon to perform different attacks by matching three runestones of the same color.