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Top 10 Best Android Games December 2014 Edition

December 11, 2014 - Written By Justin Diaz

Elune SagaElune Saga

Elune Saga is a new role playing game from Gamevil, where you collect and upgrade heroes(called soul cards)and create a personalized team to compete against monsters(AI)and other players. There are over 200 souls each with their very own skill, and you’ll find plenty to do and many things to battle across arenas, dungeons, your regular adventures and PvP combat. Elune Saga is free and you can check it out at the download link in the Play Store.

World of Tanks Blitzworld of tanks blitz

If you like multiplayer mayhem and you love blowing things to bits from long distances, World of Tanks Blitz is your mobile game for the next, however long it takes you to grow bored of it, which may be never because it’s pretty fun. It features over 100 iconic vehicles from Great Britain, Germany, the U.S. and the U.S.S.R., and 10 unique battle arenas where you can duke it out(with tanks)in a 7v7 matchup. There’s in-game chat functionality so you can devise strategic battle plans, or presumably trash talk your opponents, and you’ll love the feature to invite friends for online play as well as the unlockable achievements. The game is free, and you can check it out at the download link in the Play Store.

Dragon Quest III: The Seeds Of SalvationDragon Quest III

This pretty much doesn’t need much of an explanation as it’s the fifth Dragon Quest title to hit Android. The standard experience with a Dragon Quest game for mobile applies here. Hours upon hours of awesome retro content with mobile optimized controls and a vertical orientation for gameplay, which despite those who hate it, makes for a very enjoyable experience as you can play the game with one hand. It features a freely changeable party system and freely changeable vocations. If you love RPG games and/or Dragon Quest, you can check out the game for $9.99 at the download link in the Play Store.

Heavenstrike RivalsHeavenstrike Rivals

In a mashuup of RPG and strategy titles, Heavenstrike Rivals pits you against other players from across the world in simple but deeply strategic tactical battles. There are over 230 animated units to collect and train for combat, with epic quests to finish, regular events with epic rewards and weekend arena battles, and real-time combat. Heavenstrike Rivals is free and you can check it out at the download link in the Play Store.

GodusGodus

In Godus you play as God, and you literally sculpt and shape the world from the ground up, from rivers to trees and vast landscapes, and it all begins with two devoted followers. Watch your followers live, learn, laugh, and love, as they grow through the ages, and make sure they love you too. With the power of your touch you can build upon the world, or strike it down. You can cast miracles of both beauty and destruction, whichever your world calls for. Godus is a free simulation game, and you can check it out at the download link in the Play Store.

Valiant Hearts: The Great WarValiant Hearts

Valiant Hearts: The Great War is an adventure game from Ubisoft with RPG elements and a little bit of platformer gameplay. It features puzzles to solve for advancement further into the game, but also focuses heavily on the story, with beautifully crafted hand painted art to help tell the tale of 4 heroes and how their lives intertwined through the great war. It’s essentially a playable graphic novel, with tons of back story and history and delightful music. It was first released onto consoles and PC, before finally making it to mobile just recently. Valiant Hearts will cost you $14.99 for the full game(same price as it is on consoles)or you can pick up the first episode by itself for just $4.99, and you can check it out at the download link in the Play Store.

Oddworld: Stranger’s WrathOddworld: Stranger's Wrath

This oddworld installment features 20+ hours of gameplay filled with action and adventure, fully configurable touchscreen controls, and loads of gorgeous visuals to make your eyes salivate. Utilize various weapons in your arsenal as a bounty hunter in the wastelands of Western Mudos, but don’t forget about the range of various strategies to help you along the way. Weapons won’t solve everything. There’s also tons of characters to meet on your journey, dozens of bosses that will surely challenge you, and HID gamepad support just in case you want to play a little more traditionally. You can check out Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath for $5.99 at the download link in the Play Store.

Shadowrun Dragonfall: Director’s CutShadowrun Dragonfall DC

The critically acclaimed sequel to Shadowrun Returns from Harebrained Schemes finally made its way onto Android this month, and we couldn’t be happier. This tactical strategy rpg, with even more awesome turn-based combat, player driven narrative and game direction based off of choices you make, and of course, an awesome story set in a cyber punk world filled with corporate espionage, magic, hackers and all manner of cool things from the future. The game will set you back $6.99(half the cost of the original title during its release)and you can check it out at the download link in the Play Store.

The Inner WorldThe Inner World

The Inner World is a hilarious 2D point and click adventure featuring awesome hand drawn art, awesome dialogue, and tons of trickery and mind boggling puzzles to keep you occupied for hours. This is a full game with no IAP, and it has tablet support with text and voice-overs in English and German. There’s five lovingly crafted chapters that will surely delight you and keep you playing. You can check out The Inner World for $3.99 at the download link in the Play Store.

Godfire: Rise Of PrometheusGodfire_Prometheus_Temple

The epic hack and slash action title from Vivid Games, Rise of Prometheus has finally made it to Android, with plenty of high resolution visuals, tons of hacking and slashing, loads of enemies, bosses and puzzles, and of course, an epic story to follow where you must find and retrieve the godfire spark to save mankind. The combat is intense and will test your skills at certain points. Sometimes it will feel easy, while others it will be unforgiving. It’s done with a decent balance though. It also features fairly free exploration, competitive survival and time attack modes, and nearly endless customization as well as exclusive Android content. You can check out Godfire for free at the download link in the Play Store.