For the second week of April, our most notable new Android games include a couple of simulators as well as strategy titles, and of course, the famous The Elder Scrolls: Blades. So, without further ado, let’s get into the 5 newly-released Android Games that you should check out:

The Elder Scrolls: Blades (Early Access)

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We have reported on The Elder Scrolls: Blades multiple times, and the game’s launch schedule has been delayed times and times again due to various issues. This week, Bethesda finally opened the mobile spinoff of its legendary RPG franchise to everyone who has a Bethesda account, which you can easily get for free. It’s basically out.

Due to the nature of the mobile platform, Blades will follow a relatively linear story instead of being open-world like other Elder Scrolls games on PC, and the chest system currently feels a bit wonky. Aside from that, though, it is still a true Elder Scrolls title at heart, and is definitely worth checking out if you are a fan.

Fantasy Stars: Battle Arena

Fantasy Stars: Battle Arena is the newest Clash Royale-like game to hit the Google Play Store. However, unlike Supercell’s popular arena battler, this game has you assemble a team of heroes to face off against another player. During each match, players can manually control their heroes and move them around the battlefield.

Pocket Cowboys

Pocket Cowboys is a Chess-like PvP strategy game in which players control several cowboy characters to battle each other in an arena divided into hexagonal tiles. The interesting thing is, to simulate the feeling of a real gunfight between cowboys, you and your opponent will plan the next move at exactly the same moment, and then watch as both teams carry it out. As a result, you’ll have to anticipate what the enemy will do next to foil their plans and come out on top.

Construction Simulator 3

Construction Simulator 3 is the latest addition to the Construction Simulator series. As its name suggests, the game puts you in the role of the owner of a new construction company, and now it is up to you to turn it into the biggest construction firm on the market.

Construction Simulator 3 expands on everything that made its predecessors great. It brings new vehicles, new locations, and new challenges. Basically, it is exactly what you would want from a sequel.

Idle Island

Idle Island is yet another simulator game, but this time, instead of building a construction firm, you’ll govern an entire island. Similar to other games of this genre, you’ll have to provide houses for the citizens, establish factories to develop the industry, and open stores to promote trade, all to develop a prosperous economy.