14 new Android games from the week of September 7, 2020


Welcome to the roundup of new Android games that were made live in the Play Store by us in the last week or so. Today I have the latest release in the PAKO racing series, the beta release for Rovio’s latest Angry Birds title, and a great shuffleboard game that offers strategic gameplay similar to chess. So without further ado, here are the new and notable Android games released during the week of September 7, 2020.

Please wait for this page to fully load to see widgets, including ratings and pricing information.
Looking for previous roundup versions? Find them here

sport

Pako Caravan

Android Police Coverage: Paco Caravan Adds Snake Mechanics to Popular Racing Series, Now Out

It has been a few years since the previous PAKO racing game was dropped, but now that the PAKO caravan is here, everyone is free to cruise once again into the world of PAKO avoiding items and vehicles. This time, the devas have hired a snake mechanic, where you will assemble cars, which will follow you as you drive. Should you touch one of these assembled cars, the game is over. When the gameplay is familiar, it still offers a distinctive PAKO twist where you’ll avoid objects and cars as much as possible.

Monetization: Free / contains ads / IAPs $ 4.49 APP

Pako Caravan
Pako Caravan

Angry Birds Legends

Android Police Coverage: Angry Birds Legends is a new card-based RPG from Rovio, now available in beta

Angry Birds Legends has finally entered beta testing, but has improved slightly since the title’s limited initial reach. It is still a clone of the better game, and therefore provides a highly familiar experience where you will collect cards to draw tricks in a scarred mobile RPG. The game is loaded with in-app purchases, and is fun thanks to the small gameplay and game-out mechanics. Nevertheless, Rovio shows this completely out of consideration as it transforms its Angry Birds brand into a more generic game.

Monetization: $ 1.99 – $ 99.99 Free / Includes Advertising / IAP

Angry Birds Legends
Angry Birds Legends

OD’s Dimension II: Isometric Puzzle Android Game

OD’s Dimension II is an isometric puzzler that looks a lot like Monument Valley. Incidentally, the game plays in a similar way. More or less, it is a beautiful puzzle game that provides a familiar experience where you will interact with fascinating stages to solve the puzzle, and is the perfect title for concluding at the end of a long day. Puzzles are fun, but also challenging, which should keep players busy for a while.

Monetization: $ 0.99 / No Ads / No IAPs

OD's Dimension II: Isometric Puzzle Android Game
OD's Dimension II: Isometric Puzzle Android Game

Sasaya

Sasaya is the newest platformer for o3one kinetics, manufactured by Entrance Code: Paradise And The room, Two quality yet often unheard of platforms. Sayas plays primarily like a Metroidvania title, complete with backtracking for better equipment. So if you are a fan of pixel based graphics as well as gameplay like Metroidvania, I wholeheartedly recommend Sasaya.

Monetization: $ 2.99 / No Ads / No IAPs

Sasaya
Sasaya

OLO Loco

OLO Loco combines shuffleboard with chess for a unique experience that is great for family game nights. There is even a new turn-based PvP online mode for those who like to play online. Really playing requires skill and strategy, so unlike most mobile games, there is a lot of depth here for those who like to master their game. Not only is there a bunch of different game modes to find out that all offer different rules, but the fact that you can play locally or online ensures that this one There is a versatile release that is perfect for playing anywhere.

Monetization: $ 3.99 / No Ads / No IAPs

OLO Loco
OLO Loco

Crocs

Crooks is a wall-climbing game, and at first blush, I expected a casual relationship with simplified mechanics, but boy, was I wrong. At its core, this is a puzzle game that has the right paths to discover, and by the time you discover your next catch, you must stay awake for too long, you’ll lose your grip, providing some urgency Does. Even better, users can design their own routes to share with friends, which helps with the longevity of this release. Seriously, I was pleasantly surprised by the crux, so it is definitely worth checking out if you are looking for a game that needs skill to play.

Monetization: Free / No Ads / No IAPs

Crocs
Crocs

Adoraboos

Adoraboos is an educational game for children, and with current events, I’m sure some parents are looking for some solid educational means when homeschooling is more relevant. While the game will certainly not replace a history book, the vocabulary building tools in this release may work for your young people, especially if they are non-stop in their current curriculum. At the very least, this collection of mini-games is free, so it is easily searchable without expense.

Monetization: Free / No Ads / No IAPs

Adoraboos
Adoraboos

word out

Words Out is a new game from Voodoo, but unlike the majority of publisher’s casual catalogs, Words Out is an actual game that requires skill and knowledge. The better your vocabulary, the better you will perform in this game. You will choose a single letter card from the bottom of the screen to an empty card, where there are eight fields to fill for each of the game’s four lines. You have to use all the cards provided by creating the words, and the longer the word, the more points you earn. Of course, you can easily get stuck with an incomplete word as you strive for length, which is the challenge of the game. It is a well thought out design, although the game’s frequent advertisements ensure that it is an annoying experience.

Monetization: Free / Advertisement included / No IAP (yet)

word out
word out

Rezial: Dungeon Arena

Razial: Dungeon Arena is an early release release, and is originally an action RPG in the vein of Diablo. Owners are more prevalently used, and for some reason, there is also a hero collection aspect, as no one said it would be easy to monetize cash-graves. So yes, the game’s graphics are great, but as always, excellent graphics are usually a sign that the rest of the game will be a greedy and tedious grind, and Raziel: Dungeon Arena doesn’t disappoint in this regard.

Monetization: Free / Advertisement included / No IAP (yet)

Rezial: Dungeon Arena
Rezial: Dungeon Arena

Mousebusters

Mousebusters is an adorable story-based adventure game that offers simple mechanics that allow you to navigate the enjoyable story. By simply tapping on the screen, you will advance the story. Like a point and click adventure game, users can talk to characters and interact with items, and while this is a free-to-play release, you can remove title ads through in-app purchases . Luckily if you want to play the entirety of the game for free, you can now thanks to the recent updates, all you have to do is engage with those annoying ads.

Monetization: $ 0.99 – $ 10.99 are free / ads / IAP

Mousebusters
Mousebusters

This virus buck

Buck This Virus is an endless shooter where you will stop the virus, and since it is current for current events, the developer has stated that any profits earned will go towards charity (Listed here). But since it is a new game, it is a promise from an unknown dev, so the suspicion in my mind is to take that offer with a grain of salt. After all, there is no guarantee in life, although I would like to think that helping the needy is a worthy reason that a Bhagwat Dev will not benefit.

Monetization: $ 0.99 – $ 11.99 Free / Includes Advertising / IAP

This virus buck
This virus buck

Stickman Revenge 4: Epic War

I don’t know what it is about these Stickman games, but there is a group of mobile devs pumping them out like water. This release, in particular, is the fourth entry in Bravestar Games’ Stickman title, and like the rest, it is a heavily monetized title that provides simple (not to mention cheap) black graphics for the foreground and all characters. It plays like an endless runner, where you restart every time you die, pushing people towards the game’s many IAPs to reduce this irritable design choice.

MonetizationIncludes: $ 0.99 Free / Advertising / IAP – $ 48.99

Stickman Revenge 4: Epic War
Stickman Revenge 4: Epic War

Abyssrium World: Tap Tap Fish

FLERO Games already offers some Abyssrium titles, and is the latest release in the franchise. Like previous games, you will tap your way through a spectacular ocean ecosystem while decorating the world around you, while micromanaging the fish that live there. Originally, this is a relaxed game, although the title in-app purchase certainly does not lend itself to that claim. If you can ignore IAPs, you can have some fun with this release.

Monetization: $ 0.99 – $ 89.99 are free / ads / IAPs

Abyssrium World: Tap Tap Fish
Abyssrium World: Tap Tap Fish

KingdomTop: The Idol King

Kingdomtop: Idol Animal Tycoon is actually a defunct game, and since we covered its initial reach a few months ago, the game has once again been listed for its official launch. Like any passive game, it will be your job to increase your number while microcommuting your upgrades, meaning that most of your time will be spent in the title’s menu while the game plays itself. While this is completely seamless for me, I’m guessing there are a lot of useless games on the Play Store. People start liking them, although I don’t know why.

MonetizationIncludes: $ 0.99 Free / Advertising / IAP – $ 99.99

KingdomTop: The Idol King
KingdomTop: The Idol King

Know a new app? Tell us!

If you have an application for the next issue of Roundup, feel free to send us an email and let us know.

Important: The application requires 2 requirements to be listed below.

  • Application launch date To do No longer than 2 weeks ago
  • It should be original, ground breaking, well reviewed, interesting, fun, etc. – crop cream

Now, if and only if the above requirements have been met, send an email to this address: [email protected].

There is 1 sponsored placement available per week (your app will be featured at the top and marked as sponsored) – please contact us for information.