The final week of June gave us plenty of quality titles to entertain ourselves with, so now we’re back with another weekly summary of the most notable Android games that were just released. Let’s dig in:

Human: Fall Flat

Human: Fall Flat is a casual multiplayer puzzler that is a ton of fun. Playing in a surreal 3D world with friends or random people through the Internet, you’ll control blobby humanoid figures to solve a series of physics-based puzzles in order to progress to the next level. It’s the game to go for when you have a bit of time to kill

Bring You Home

Bring You Home is yet another cutesy puzzler that has just made its way to Android. The main protagonist of this game is Polo, an alien who is lost in this beautiful yet perilous 2D world. As the title of the game suggests, it is now up to you to guide him home.

The interesting thing about Bring You Home is that you won’t actually control the character, but the environment around him. Use your creativity to create a safe path for Polo to return home!

Graveyard Keeper

Graveyard Keeper is a management sim with a vibe pretty similar to Stardew Valley. This one comes with a rather morbid twist, however: Instead of running a farm in a beautiful valley, you’ll be in charge of a gloomy graveyard. We’ve covered this game a couple of times before, so if you missed it, check out our previous article for more information.


Minit is an adventure game with simple pixelated graphics and a premise kind of similar to Edge of Tomorrow. You happen to come across a cursed sword, and exactly one minute after picking it up, you suddenly drop dead and then find yourself waking up at the beginning of the day. The state of the world is reset, but you still remember everything from your previous “life”. The curse persists and keeps killing and sending you back every minute, so you must try to find a way to break the cycle within that 1 minute time span.

Another Eden

At first glance, Another Eden might look like another cheap gacha RPG, but it’s so much more than that. Yes, gacha mechanics are present, but they are absolutely not mandatory and you can get through the entire game without spending a penny.

Meanwhile, the graphics, story, and music are all done by some of the most talented figures in the JRPG genre, resulting in a visually stunning game with an engaging plotline. Honestly, it feels like a classic reborn under a modern skin. For more details, check out our review.