Last week was a busy one with tons of big stuff, from Google Stadia to Apple Arcade to Gwent: The Witcher Card Game, but the Android platform in particular witnessed a couple of great titles as well.  Check out the best 5 Android games of last week below:

Rush Rally 3

Rush Rally 3, the latest installment to the highly-acclaimed rally racing series Rush Rally, is easily the best game released last week. It took everything that was great about its predecessor and made them even better. It runs smoothly at a constant 60fps, the physics are extremely realistic, and there are tons of cars and stages to satisfy your racing dream. On top of all that, a wide variety of weather effects is also present, adding more challenges to the gameplay.

Ragnarok CRUSH

As its name suggests, Ragnarok CRUSH is a combination of Candy Crush and the classic PC MMO Ragnarok. It is still a match-three puzzle game, but instead of crushing candy you’ll be matching the gems of Ymir – an entity that symbolizes peace in Norse mythology. There are 500 stages for you to overcome, and along the way you will get to meet several familiar faces from the MMO as well as numerous bosses.

Grand Mountain Adventure

Grand Mountain Adventure is a skiing game made by actual real-life snowboarders using a specifically-tailored engine. It features a huge and beautiful environment full of secrets to discover. Of course, you’ll get to perform many tricks such as spinning, flipping, railing, and more.

This War of Mine: Stories – A Father’s Promise

This War of Mine: Stories – A Father’s Promise is a standalone expansion to This War of Mine, a war survival simulator. This episode revolves around a man named Adam, who is living in a war-torn city and must try to survive hunger, sickness, and anxiety while at the same time taking care of his extremely ill daughter Amelia. The story is touching and sad, and it really manages to depict the horror of war.

Darkestville Castle

Darkestville Castle is a quirky adventure game that was originally released on PC and has now made its way to Android. It tells the story of a demon named Cid, who loves terrorizing the good folks of Darkestville at night. His arch-enemy has hired a couple of skilled demon hunters to get rid of him, so of course he cannot sit still and let that happen. If you played the classic point-and-click adventure games such as Monkey Island back in the 90s, you should feel right at home here.