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Wonderful RPG games to play on Android

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Wonderful RPG games to play on Android

Out of all the gaming genres out there, RPGs build the most loyal possible following. People spend days creating characters, enjoying storylines and playing with friends. Since we have such a high popularity, it should be no surprise to see that there are thousands of RPG games that can be played on Android devices at the moment. Out of them, we chose those that have the most loyal following and that definitely do some things right.

The Bard’s Tale

With a price tag of just $2.99, The Bard’s Tale instantly stands out as it was among the first very good RPG games that were released on mobile platforms. It is basically a remake from an eighties game that actually defined the entire genre. Players upgrade characters, go on quests and do so much more. Dialogues are filled with comedy and you get access to cloud savings and Google Play Games achievements. If you want the game to be easier, you can even opt for some in-game purchases but they are not mandatory.

Beamdog Games

This is actually a package of 4 classic RPG games you get for just $9.99 each. This is less than what many pay for a single online casino session. The 4 games included are the two Baldur’s Gate games, Plansecape: Torment and Icewind Dale. These offer a total of hundreds of storyline hours with really deep character building, DLC available and highly difficult quests. They are very old school RPG games that are complex, time consuming and really deep. When you want a true casual experience you want to look for something else and it is always a really good idea to play these games on a tablet since controls are pretty cramped even on the larger smartphones.

Exiled Kingdoms

The single player RPG game with a focus on action is just one of the few that is freemium. The storyline revolves around saving the entire world from different horrors appearing from past cataclysm. You will not get to see very good graphics but the game is really simple and gameplay is pretty straightforward. The free version is pretty large as a trial and when you want to unlock everything, you do so for $5. Evoland Evoland costs $4.99 and is a really fun and quirky RBG taking elements from various games and putting them together for a unique experience. You will go through action-adventure games history, including environments in 3D and 2D. What is particularly interesting is that the game offers both hack-n-slash fights and turn based combat. New combat types are unlocked as you go through the game. This creates a unique concept with the only real downside is that it is a short RPG.

Doom And Destiny Advanced

This is the reboot, prequel and sequel of Doom And Destiny. Many said that the original was the very best RPG game ever for some time. You get 15 great hours of content. Also, free content is added on a constant basis so you enjoy more even through a co-op game mode.

DISCLAIMER: This article has been submitted via the PG Business Network and does not represent the views of Pocket Gamer.

Published on 4 October
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