New Games July 17th

Featured: Top New Games Of The Week July 17th

July 17, 2015 - Written By Justin Diaz

If you feel like you’ve run out of mobile games to play this weekend and just aren’t sure where to start for picking up some new things to try, there have been quite a few new game releases this week which should be able to help with that. You’ll find games here from multiple genres so there should be something for just about everyone.

Traitor – Valkyrie PlanTraitor

This is an fps title so those who love first person shooters might be able to get into this one. The story has you play as a german army officer who is plotting against Hitler during the second World War which you may have gathered by the image. The visuals are a little more old school but overall it seems to have a pretty good rating and player reviews are mostly positive.Google-Play-Banner-Get-it-On-Large1

This War of MineThis War of Mine

This War of Mine is not a game for the faint of heart, and not a game for those who don’t enjoy simulation games which require strategic thinking. It might be best to think of it as more of a survival game, since that’s part of the main goal, but there is a lot of player choice worked in and some of those decisions will test your moral boundaries. The story is extremely in-depth as well so if you like a lot of background detail on characters then you should give it a try.Google-Play-Banner-Get-it-On-Large1

Million ArthurMillion Arthur

Million Arthur is sort of like a card battler but not like Hearthstone or Magic The Gathering. It has more of a role playing feel to it and takes you through plenty of storyline, but the gameplay is almost more like a visual novel. You’ll be able to pick the cards which you take with you into battle but combat is all auto-attack so you aren’t controlling the fights besides the players. The visuals are nice if you like anime and the story is pretty great too. If you enjoy gamebook style games, visual novels and such, Million Arthur will probably please you.Google-Play-Banner-Get-it-On-Large1

Mountain Goat MountainMountain Goat Mountain

This is a new arcade game from Zynga. You play as a mountain goat who has to traverse som pretty difficult terrain, mountains, and as you progress the mountains get more and more challenging (and fun) to climb. There seems to be quite a few levels to go through and visuals are pretty entertaining. If you like more casual arcade game style games, give this one a try.Google-Play-Banner-Get-it-On-Large1

Dragon Ball Z Dokkan BattleDBZ

This one in particular has me pretty wrapped up. This is an action game which plays out almost like a board game. Battles have you engaged with other fighters you meet during your exploration of the Dragon Ball universe, and your attacks as well as attacks strength are kind of determined by the ki you gather. When you complete attacks you’ll get to see the battle unfold almost like a cutscene. It’s a little strange at first but once you give a shot it becomes fun pretty instantaneously, especially if you’re a Dragon Ball Z fan.Google-Play-Banner-Get-it-On-Large1

Warhammer 40K: Space WolfWarhammer 40K spacewolf

With this new Warhammer 40K title you’ll find plenty of role playing style gameplay mixed with tactical and strategic decision making to ensure you come out on top during your battles. It features character classes which can be leveled up and upgraded, as well as card style combat that has you placing cards to initiate your attacks. You can also put together a squad of space marines to fight with you in battle, and the game features PvP gameplay as well.Google-Play-Banner-Get-it-On-Large1

Toram OnlineToram Online

Toram Online is the latest MMORPG from Asobimo. This is an MMO so expect loads and loads of quests, tons of other online players to interact with, and a fairly expansive storyline to go through as you embark on adventure and level up your character. There’s also tons and tons of different character customization combinations so if you like to personalize, you’ll have much of that.Google-Play-Banner-Get-it-On-Large1