The top 10 Android games of the month [October 2018]

Here you have it: our list of the best Android games that have been introduced on the platform during the month of October.

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With October almost behind us, we’re reaching the final stretch of 2018. And as we always do, we’ve chosen the best games of the month. Today we’re going to talk about plenty of sweet arcade games, strategy titles for the the most demanding players, and one of the best platformers that you can find on mobile devices. Enjoy the best Android games of October with this varied selection of titles.

Police Runner

It seems like not a month goes by without without us mentioning a new game from Ketchapp. The editor is a total mobile game factory and in this case, they’ve brought us an addictive chase game. While it may remind you of the fantastic PAKO or Car vs Cops, the truth is that this game has gone in a more minimalist direction. Simple graphics and a development that’s as uncomplicated as it is attractive. [Download]

Police Runner

Quest 4 Fuel

The Spanish Demium Games have take on their most interesting project with an RPG that’s influenced by the Mad Max movie saga. Get ready for turn-based combats on endless vehicles from the post-apocalyptic work where gasoline is a vital resource. Its development is traditional, but it offers a pretty original setting with nice cartoon graphics. It’s still in beta, but we recommend that you keep this one in mind. [Download]

Quest 4 Fuel

Mr Juggler

The enormous number of games available on smartphones and tablets means that the industry has touched on all sorts of themes for its games. In Mr Juggler, you play a juggler who has to make sure no objects fall to the ground. It’s a game with charming graphics and has control system anyone can learn: you just have to tap the sides of the screen at the right moment to make your character juggle. Things get more complicated as you complete levels but the game is sure to get a smile out of you with each new screen. [Download]

Mr Juggler

Prince of Persia: Escape

We already mentioned that it’s typical to find Ketchapp among our monthly selection. But this time, we’ve included it a second time with Prince of Persia: Escape. An endless runner divided into levels where you have to jump to avoid the spikes and drop offs that constantly await you. It’s an interesting approach to the main work of Jordan Mechner. [Download]

Prince of Persia: Escape

Golfmasters

The games from Playgendary share a characteristic look that makes them easily recognizable. Golfmasters is a sort of sequel to Bouncemasters! since its development is very similar: you have to hit a friendly little penguin around to reach the the end of the screen. The difference is that here you get to dress up as a golfer and you have to try to get the penguin in the hole in three swings or less. It’s a super fun game with colorful graphics that don’t disappoint. [Download]

Golfmasters

Marginalia hero

You’ll travel back in time to the medieval era to enjoy the visual style in Marginalia Hero. The game couldn’t be simpler, but its packaging couldn’t be more original. You have to tap the screen at just the right moment to get rid of all sorts of dangers typical of medieval engravings as you improve your hero’s skills. It’d be nice to see more games like this that think outside the box when designing their visuals. [Download]

marginalia hero

UnCiv

Although we’re used to seeing simple ideas on mobile devices, that doesn’t mean that we can’t enjoy works like UniCiv. The game from Yair Morgenstern is meant to be enjoyed as an open source version of the glorious Civilization V. This UnCiv strays from the pretentious graphics of the title by Sid Meier and offers us a much clearer interface. But the real important thing is that it offers a profoundness that we don’t tend to see for this genre on Android. The game is still in development so we’ll continue to see its evolution in the coming months. [Download]

UnCiv

Zombie Rollerz

Okay, so the zombie theme is more than overdone, but we could never have imagined a game like Zombie Rollerz. The title from Zing Games invites you to eradicate all the enemies on the screen by hitting them with your pinball. Yes, a pinball. But don’t go expecting to find something like PinOut. No, Zombie Rollerz is more about the action. It’s a super fun game with a lot of possibilities. Don’t let this one pass you by. [Download]

Zombie Rollerz

Candies ‘n Curses

This retro-pixelated game could easily be mistaken for the offspring of the legendary Tumblepop, although here you don’t have to expel enemies. Armed with a flashlight, your character has to get rid of all the enemies found in each of the five screens. To do that, you just have to jump between the screen’s levels and aim your flashlight at the enemies. It look simple, but the game increases its features with the different power-ups, as well as its fun battles against final bosses. [Download]

Candies 'n Curses

Super Cat Tales 2

We already gave our glowing recommendation of the original game, so it’s only right that we would do the same with Super Cat Tales 2 if it’s just as good. And yes, the game from NEUTRONIZED is a tried and true sequel that offers the same essence, but at an even higher level. This platformer that doesn’t have a jump button is a treasure that we can’t help but love, considering it’s not everyday that we find games of this caliber available for free. [Download]

Super Cat Tales 2

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