Now all the madness from Google IO is over, we're back on track with a new list of games that have launched this week which you may want to try out over the weekend. Check them out and see if any of them strike your fancy.
Fearless Fantasy is an oddball turn-based RPG only for the sheer fact of the weirdness you find within the game, but for what it's worth it actually is a fairly fun game, especially if you like RPG types. Attacks during combat are completed using gestures so it might feel a bit different at first, but combat is turn-based so you'll have time to get used to things. You can grab this on the Amazon App store and unfortunately for the time being it is not available through Google Play.
There are certainly no shortage of strategy games similar to Clash of Clans, and Dynasty War is joining the fray. If you love strategy types and giant PvP battles between massive amounts of players defending their bases, give Dynasty War a look. There's loads of character and weapon types as well a good selection of defenses to keep things interesting.
Final Fable is a role playing game with some hints of strategy and turn-based combat, and the game seems to focus on easy play tactics by giving gamers the ability to switch tactics by simply tapping the screen. It offers around 100 levels of play and multiple characters to collect to build up a team with which to do battle.
Hitman Sniper was announced last year by Square Enix, and unlike Hitman GO which was a puzzle focused game, Hitman Sniper gives gamers just a little taste of some of the gameplay you could expect from a Hitman title. You'll be sniping high value targets with 150 missions to complete, and 13 weapons to unlock. If you like sniper titles, gives this a go.
Terminator Genisys: Revolution
If you're into third-person cover and shoot action titles, look no further than Terminator Genisys: Revolution. This game is based off the blockbuster movie due to hit theaters, with tons of customizable weaponry and one main task. Take down Skynet and save the human race.
You Must Build A Boat
For the puzzle lovers, You Must Build A Boat is the long awaited sequel to the hit game 10000000 from eighty eight games. As the game suggests you'll be building a boat and much of the game centers around this particular detail. As you travel around the world you can hire crew and capture monsters which eventually end up helping you in some way to increase your boat size to lavish proportions.