If you have been following our page, you know that the past week witnessed the launch of several big Android Games. If you feel overwhelmed by the sheer number of new games, we have summed up some of the best ones for you to consider. Of course, if other titles appeal to you, don’t hesitate to give them a try as well.

For now, though, let’s look at the 5 possibly best games released last week:

Beat Cop

Beat Cop hilarious is a hilarious simulator with graphics and a vibe reminiscent of police movies and games from the 80s. Sure, there are sexism, racism, drug use, and other inappropriate stuff in this game, but it doesn’t take itself too seriously, so you shouldn’t feel deterred either.

As a police officer framed for murder and thievery, you will start from the bottom as a Beat Cop and try to find ways to prove your innocence, writing tickets and interacting with street gangs in the process.

Aion: Legions of War

Gacha RPGs are admittedly getting worse of late, but that doesn’t mean every new mobile RPG title is bad. In fact, Aion: Legions of War is well worth if you’re looking for a fun RPG experience in your pocket.

The game shows that a lot of work has been put into it, and its story is pretty solid as well. It also made a little bit of innovation to the traditional combat system.

Legends of Andor

Legends of Andor started out as a physical board game set in a fantasy world where you will have a chance to take on numerous quests. Now, it just received a digital port, which manages to deliver a decent experience. Furthermore, the game has a lot of replay value as there are multiple ways that you can complete a quest.

Alien: Blackout

Many fans are not happy about Alien coming to mobile, but if you put all the bias aside, you will find that Blackout is a terrifyingly good horror game. You will play as Amanda Ripley, the daughter of the heroine Ellen Ripley in the movies. Amanda and her crew are trapped in a secluded space station with a Xenomorph running amok, and it is up to you to help them survive.

Langrisser Mobile

Langrisser Mobile sets out to dethrone Fire Emblem Heroes, and it looks like it just might.

The game is visually stunning, with a great story, an extensive world, and there is a lot more strategy to it than first meets the eye.