Last week we got a nice mix of new Android games of all genres, including classic JRPGs, survival, digital board game, and of course, gacha RPGs. So, no matter what your preferences are, there’s something for you to try.

With that said, let’s check out 5 new Android games released last week you should check out:


LifeAfter is a new survival game from NetEase that is set in a zombie apocalyptic world. The game boasts stunning graphics and expansive gameplay in which you will get to explore a huge open world and look for resources to ensure your survival.

Throughout the game, you’ll also be able to team up with other players and build an operation base. Afterward, you can start rebuilding and restoring humanity to its former glory.

Phantasy Star III & IV

Phantasy Star III & IV are some of the most classic JRPGs from SEGA that were originally released way back in the 1990s. Now, the company has decided to bring them back as part of Sega Forever. These two games are added to the original Phantasy Star II app on Google Play, so now you can enjoy all three of them all at once. Pick up your sword and get ready to relive the memories once again.

Raid: Shadow Legends

Gacha RPGs are dominating the mobile market at the moment. Not a week goes by that we don’t get to see a new addition to this genre, and last week was no exception. Raid: Shadow Legends is the new face here. Admittedly, the game doesn’t really bring any new invention to the established formula, but if you are a fan of dark fantasy, it doesn’t hurt to try this one out. The fancy graphics might keep you interested for a little while.


Elchronicle is a free JRPG that features a MOBA-like combat system and multiplayer raid battles. You will explore a huge and colorful open world, craft gear to improve the power of your characters, and experience an extensive story.

The Castles of Burgundy

The Castles of Burgundy is a new digital port of the physical board game of the same name. In this game, players will control various estates and the goal is to bring these estates to prosperity and prominence through trading, farming, and mining natural resources.