Are you looking for a new mobile game to play this weekend? There are lots of new games available for you to try, including Farm Heroes Super Saga, the latest match-three puzzle game from King. The sequel to the original Farm Heroes Saga features over 200 levels, which include new gameplay mechanics.
Next, Glu Mobile released Gordon Ramsay Dash. The time management cooking game takes players through multiple seasons of a reality cooking show as they’re mentored by celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay.
Zynga also released a new game this week: CSR Racing 2. The drag racing game is the sequel to the original CSR Racing, and it allows users to race against the computer or other players in multiple race modes.
Elsewhere, Reliance Games and Amblin Partners released The BFG Game. The match-three puzzle game is based on the film The BFG, and it allows players to join Sophie and the BFG on a trip through London, the Dream Country and more.
In addition, Square Enix and gumi launched Final Fantasy Brave Exvius. The turn-based RPG follows two knights, Rain and Lasswell, on a quest to save the world.
Finally, Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe released Tap My Katamari this week. The clicker or idle game challenges players to help the Prince create large katamari to replace the stars destroyed by the King.
If you’re looking for something different to play, here’s a look at some of the additional games released this week.
Combo Quest 2 (Free on iOS) — From Tapinator, this sequel to the original Combo Quest is a reflex-based RPG, challenging players to tap at the right times to attack their opponents and defend against enemy attacks. As players complete levels, they may unlock new heroes and equipment for their characters. There are 20 different heroes to collect in all, each with different abilities and stats. Users can also collect 20 different companion characters, which can help them during levels. Combo Quest 2 features 90 levels to complete, including boss fights.
Groove Galaxy (Free on iOS) — From Animoca Brands, this sequel to Groove Planet is a rhythm-based clicker or idle game, which challenges players to tap in beat to the music to collect music notes, the game’s currency. The game asks players to travel between planets, colonizing each planet as they go. To colonize a planet, users must spend music notes to purchase and upgrade a series of buildings until they’ve reached 100 percent colonization. Buildings will automatically generate music notes over time, even when players aren’t tapping or playing the game. Upgrades and music notes do not carry across from one planet to the next, but users can continue to upgrade and earn music notes on any planet, even after it’s been successfully colonized.
Galaxy of Trian ($4.99 on iOS) — This digital board game from Grey Wizard Innovative is based on the sci-fi board game of the same name. The game sees users fight over territory and technology left behind by a race called the Trian. In each game, users can create a different game board by placing tiles in different orientations. Users can claim nebulas and planets along the way, and they can build stations and collect minerals as they claim land. As users upgrade their stations and complete other tasks, they’ll collect points which go toward winning the game. Galaxy of Trian features a single-player tutorial mode, as well as asynchronous online multiplayer. Users can also play games against the AI.
LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Free to start on iOS) — From Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT Games, The LEGO Group and Lucasfilm, LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens allows players to complete stages based on the film Star Wars: The Force Awakens. The first chapter of the game is free to play on iOS, and players can purchase chapters 2-9 in a bundle for $6.99. Users also have the option to purchase these chapters, as well as all future content that will come to the game, in an All Content Season Pass for $9.99.
Orbit Path (Free on iOS) — This puzzle game from Blue Label Labs challenges players to help their probes move through planetary orbits without crashing into moving and stationary obstacles. In each level, players pull back to aim their shots and let go to fire. Probes will be affected by forces such as gravity and asteroid belts, so players must take these forces into account when aiming their shots.
Shadeless (Free on iOS) — This endless game from Pine Entertainment challenges players to tap the “hidden” circle on the screen, which is a different shade than the game’s current background color. The hidden circle will become smaller over time, and games end when a circle is allowed to shrink to the size of a dot.
Don’t Be Squared (Free on iOS) — This side-scrolling runner from SuperHippo Studios challenges players to help their characters survive by drawing cloud lines to create paths in the environment. Characters will run automatically, so users must draw cloud lines to help them avoid obstacles and attack enemies. As users draw cloud lines, they deplete the cloud bar in the corner of the screen. This bar refills automatically over time. Users can collect coins while playing, which can be spent on new playable characters and companion fireflies. Each firefly has a different effect on future games. Finally, users can spend coins to upgrade the game’s power-ups (coin magnets, shields, etc.) and to increase the maximum capacity of their cloud bar.
Neo Turf Masters ($2.99 on iOS, Android) — This golfing game from DotEmu and SNK Playmore allows users to compete on a variety of courses as one of six different golfers, each with different stats. Players can choose their clubs and must take wind direction into account as they plan their shots. Neo Turf Masters includes achievements and leaderboards, as well as local turn-based multiplayer.
DungeonBalls ($2.99 on iOS, Free to start on Android) — This pinball-inspired game from Raysol Games features 100 dungeons to complete at launch, with more coming in the future. In each level, players are challenged to complete tasks by tapping to release orbs into the environment. Users can collect new heroes for their teams over time, each with different skills. Android users can play the first 25 levels of DungeonBalls for free, with the full game unlock being available for $2.99.
Space Warrior: The Origin (Free on iOS) — This shooter from Nekki and Caliburnus Limited challenges players to save the galaxy from alien invaders. In each game, players drag their fingers around the screen to move their ships, which automatically fire at oncoming enemies. Gamers can collect money as they play, which can be spent on upgrades for their ships. Players can unlock three ships and 11 upgrades as they play. In addition to nine story missions, the game also includes a separate survival mode. Space Warrior: The Origin is coming soon to Android, the Amazon Appstore and Steam.
Tiny Bouncer (Free on iOS, Android) — This endless bouncing game from Nekki and Wooden Sword challenges players to help ninjas bounce high into the air while avoiding obstacles. While games are technically endless, they contain randomly generated levels that become more complicated over time. While playing, ninjas bounce automatically, and users can tap on the left and right sides of the screen to move the ninjas through the air. Gamers can collect coins as they play, which can be spent on new playable characters.
Multi Level Car Parking 5 (Free on iOS) — This airport parking simulation game from Aidem Media challenges players to drive cars around airport environments without crashing into other vehicles or the environment. While driving, players are guided through each course by green checkpoints in the path. Players earn coins as they complete courses, which can be spent on new vehicles. The game includes 15 vehicles to unlock in all.
PaGamO (Free on Android) — This educational game from BoniO tests users’ knowledge in a variety of subjects as they compete in a game inspired by popular board games such as Risk and Settlers of Catan. In the game, users will build kingdoms by answering questions and solving quizzes. The game includes Common Core-related content to help players with their math and spelling skills. In addition, missions are available which focus on other topics, such as science, history, pop culture and the news. PaGamO is also available to play on the web.
Never Gone ($2.99 on iOS) — This beat ’em up from Hippie Game is set in a gothic world where humans, vampires and demons are in a constant war for control. Users can play as either Blood Knight or Dark Sister on a quest to restore balance to the world. Never Gone includes three chapters in a story mode, as well as three challenge modes. Users can discover, craft and upgrade over 200 weapons, equipment pieces, items and skills as they progress.
Pengomo Connect (Free on iOS) — This puzzle game from Naked Penguin Boy challenges players to connect matching animal symbols by drawing lines between them. There are multiple sets of matching animals in each level, and users must draw lines so none of the lines overlap. In some levels, it may be possible to successfully connect every pair of animals without filling the entire board with lines. However, users must fill the entire board on each level in order to move on. Levels become more complicated as players progress, and users can activate hints if they need help. Pengomo Connect will launch on Android on July 5.
Pengomo Switch (Free on iOS) — This endless survival game from Naked Penguin Boy challenges players to help their characters survive as long as possible by tapping to move them from one side of a line to the other to avoid obstacles. Characters will move along the line automatically, leaving players to tap at the right times to keep them safe. Users can collect coins as they play, which can be spent on new playable characters. Users can also spend coins on mystery boxes. Pengomo Switch will launch on Android on July 5.
Jungle Clash (Free on iOS, Android) — This head-to-head multiplayer strategy game from My.com is similar to Supercell‘s Clash Royale, in that it challenges players to destroy the enemy’s towers while protecting their own. In each match, players spend a limited number of points to deploy units onto the battlefield. These points recharge automatically during matches. Gamers can upgrade their units in between battles. Users can also collect new units to add to their teams over time. Finally, players can collect new generals to lead their armies, with each general having a different special power.
Independence Day: Extinction (Free on iOS, Android) — This base-building combat game from Linekong US and Twentieth Century Fox is inspired by the film Independence Day: Resurgence. The game allows users to side with the aliens or the humans in a war for Earth. The game’s base-building gameplay sees users collect and spend key resources to construct and upgrade buildings on their bases. This includes defensive structures, which can protect the base from enemy attacks. Users can also recruit units for their armies, and they can attack enemy bases to collect extra resources. Gamers can attack computer-controlled bases, as well as bases owned by other players.
Fancy Cats (Free on iOS, Android, Amazon) — This cat collection game from All4Games, Channel 4‘s games division, allows players to collect more than 25 different cats and interact with them in their cat gardens. Users can collect clothing and accessories, as well as other items for their cats by playing match-three puzzle levels. Each level has a different goal to complete before running out of moves. However, unlike in other match-three puzzle games, in Fancy Cats, users can’t replay stages if they fail to complete them. Instead, users must wait for new levels to appear over time. Users can also collect coins as they play, which can be spent on new cats, clothing items and other prizes in the game’s store.
Super Simple Soccer (Free on iOS) — This local multiplayer soccer game from Motorious Entertainment allows groups of two or four players to compete in soccer games on the same device. During each game, players move their athletes around the field by tapping and holding on their sections of the screen to “aim” and determine their movement directions. Gamers can lift their fingers to set their characters into motion. All users compete in real time to move their players and take shots on the opponent’s goal. An advanced control option is also available, which allows users to tap to move their characters as the movement aiming lines automatically rotate around them.
Mahjong FRVR (Free on iOS, Android) — This mahjong game from FRVR includes “unlimited free levels,” which do not have time limits. In each level, players work to remove every mahjong tile from the board by creating pairs with matching mahjong tiles that have at least one free side. Users have access to an unlimited undo button if they’d like to undo past moves. Mahjong FRVR is also available to play for free on Facebook and in browsers.
Inner Circle (Free on iOS) — This level-based puzzle game from ZPlay asks players to match the colors on moving circles with the colors on the circle in the center of the screen. In each level, players tap to rotate the outer circles so their colored segments match the colored segments on the center circle. Gamers need to properly line up the segments before the outer circles reach the center of the screen. When players make mistakes, they must start the current level from the beginning.
MOBA Legends (Free on iOS, Android) — This multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) game from Kick9 allows players to become one of 16 different Legends, or playable heroes, each with four unique skills. In each 10 minute match, players are challenged to destroy the enemy team’s defenses before their own defenses can be destroyed. Players can customize their Legends via a rune system. In addition to 1-on-1, 3-on-3 and 5-on-5 multiplayer matches, the game includes a single-player campaign mode and weekly multiplayer tournaments.
In addition to these new releases, T-Bull launched Road Racing: Extreme Traffic Driving for free on Android. The game was previously released for free on iOS.
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