We know we haven’t been too consistent with the Android Games Weekly Summary series lately, mostly due to the fact that there are just too many things to keep track of, but in any case, today we are back with another episode of the 5 new Android games released in the past week that we think you should have a look at. Without further ado, let’s get into it:
This is a new addition to the acclaimed Heroes of Might & Magic franchise that kind of serves as a remake of Heroes of Might & Magic III. You’ll follow Queen Catherine Ironfist on her quest to bring peace to the fantasy kingdom of Erathia.
GRID Autosport sure took it time preparing for its Android release. Thankfully, two years after its initial launch on iOS, it is finally available on the platform. The wait is worth it though, as this game retains all the qualities of its iOS counterpart – which in turn was a mobile port of the original GRID Autosport released for PC and consoles back in 2014. This is undoubtedly one of the best racing games available on the mobile platform at the moment, offering an awesome console-quality experience.
Om Nom: Merge
Om Nom: Merge is the latest puzzle offering from the creators of Cut the Rope, and it features characters from that series as well. You’ll play as Om Nom, who’s tasked with saving an overgrown forest by, well, eating everything. The little guy is not alone on this quest, though, as he’ll have the companion of several other Nommies. You can also combine them to create new creatures as well
This new entry in the popular horror franchise Five Nights at Freddy’s takes things down a different path compared to its predecessor: It uses augmented reality technologies to bring the horror to your own home. Having creepy animatronics staring at you from the dark is surely a terrifying experience that you are not likely to forget soon.
Dungeon & Goddess a new hero-collecting RPG with an anime aesthetic where you’ll collect various characters and assemble a team to protect the world against the invasion of fallen angels. To be honest, the game doesn’t do much to set itself apart from the rest of the pack, but if you like anime, it might provide somewhat of a change.