Five free alternatives to Slay the Spire on Android

We've hand-picked five free games that bring the great experience from Slay the Spire to mobile devices.

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The sweeping success of Slay the Spire has been one of the big surprises of 2018. This roguelike card game has won over all sorts of players and has positioned it as one of the top videogames of the last year. As typical for the mobile medium, similar games are popping up all over the place. While we wait to see if the title from Mega Crit Games ends up on mobile devices or not, we have five games that are similar to Slay the Spire that you can enjoy right now on Android.

Slay the Spire

Alive or Asleep

The increasingly utilized Cthulhu Mythos are the setting that Alive or Asleep has chosen as its own. The title doesn’t try to hide its influence taken from Slay the Spire, but luckily, it has graphics that shine on their own. We’ve already talked about the greatness of Alive or Asleep, so all that’s left to do is recommend it as an excellent clone of the title by Mega Crit Games. [Download]

alive or asleep

Royal Booty Quest: Card Roguelike

There’s no denying that Royal Booty Quest is a pretty humble concept, visually. Its graphics are ordinary, although its pixel art look isn’t all that bad. The good thing is that it offers the same fun experience as the game Slay the Spire, a fact that could save any sinking ship. You know how it goes: you have a limited number of cards that you have to use to beat the enemies you come across. Building your deck between combats is the key to the gameplay and in Royal Booty Quest you can enjoy it to the fullest. The problem with it is the absurd sexualization of its characters, something that unfortunately, we’re all too familiar with on Android. [Download]

Royal Booty Quest: Card Roguelike

Night of Full Moon

Night of Full Moon was one of the first games to be influenced by Slay the Spire. A title that utilizes the screen in vertical mode—a great choice that makes this videogame appear to play in a whole other league compared to other works mentioned here. The visuals take on sort of a charming cartoon style and its gameplay couldn’t be more refined. It’s impossible to find any faults with this fantastic title. It’s a real must-have. [Download]

Night of Full Moon

The Call of Lophis

If there’s one thing we like about The Call of Lophis, it’s for its fun character designs. The game doesn’t hide its preference for a fun experience that works so well and especially with the semi-horror movie setting it offers. It’s a great game for anyone who’s looking for a lighter approach to the legendary Slay the Spire. [Download]

The Call of Lophis

Quest Cards

The truth is that Quest Cards is the dark horse of this collection. It’s the game that copies the concept of the game Slay the Spire the least. This is because it’s opted to take the game’s essential components and put a spin on them. Here, it’s not about thinking too much about each play, since the combats are in real time. You have to stay on your toes as you choose which cards will work best for you in each moment. While its graphics are somewhat basic, what’s really important here is the game’s mechanics. And in this sense, Quest Cards passes with flying colors. [Download]

Quest Cards

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