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Best gaming apps in 2018 (part II)

Today we have the best gaming applications in 2018. In an attempt to encompass the best that this year has left us, we have decided to take a look at the past eleven months and decide the hardware, gadgets and applications that stood out this year above the rest. . In an attempt to summarize the best gaming apps in 2018, we continue to go through the list.

  • Best Gaming Apps in 2018 (Part I)

The best gaming apps in 2018

  1. Battleheart 2

Battleheart 2 brings back the same simple combat engine from the first game; with some nice tweaks. Also has improved graphicsmore characters to choose from, a SamaGame mode.

  1. Monument Valley

The Escher-inspired puzzle game Monument Valley is a strange, charming and highly rewarding rabbit hole turned into a unique experience. You control little Princess Ida in a mysterious mission in a place called Monument Valley, formed by non-Euclidean structures populated by belligerent black birds. The nature of his quest is part of the splendid discovery experience built into the game as he guides Ida around the monuments, turning and sliding to change perspective in order to make your way through the levels.

What makes it so spectacular is that so much care has been put into every aspect of the game to make it a wonderful experience for players. From the art and music, to the simple control system, to the story, to the gameplay, it gently guides you to think about space and geometry in new and interesting ways.

  1. Knights of Pen & Paper

Knights of Pen & Paper is an old school turn-based RPG, where you play the experience of running a pen and paper game, all in retro pixel graphics.

You have 12 adventurer classes and 17 characters, some unlockable, to play with. You also choose the battles your players will go through.. There are only two campaigns at the moment, but they’re closer together, giving the game fantastic replayability.

  1. The Escapists

In this game, you are stuck in jail serving hard times. But as you go about your daily routines, you slowly realize that with the right tools, a good plan, and a chance, you can escape.

The Escapists use old school graphics, but They don’t take away the complexity of the game. as you try to piece together the best way to escape from several different prisons. You will acquire tools by stealing utensils from the mess hall, paying prisoners who know how to get things from the outside, and doing jobs to raise money to pay for everything.

  1. Heart Star

Heart Star, made by developer Jussi Simpanen for Ludum Dare, is another platformer. But this one requires control of not one, but two characters.

You must control them together to activate areas of each level similar to a maze so that both characters can reach their respective exit. It gets complicated, but the lack of penalties makes it an enjoyable and enjoyable experience.

  1. Space Marshals

Space Marshals really captures the things that make the Western a special game genre. The game is a tactical top-down shooter with a significant stealth component.

7. Dandara

Dandara is a platform game that makes you fly from surface to surface as you explore a vast world. It is a multiplatform title. However, if you can pay the price, Dandara has a giant world to explore with attractive looking graphics, Tons of mystical creatures and a great soundtrack as you try to save the world of Salt.

Platform game fans should definitely pick this one up or see if they drop the prices in the future, because it’s a great game for your phone.

  1. Out There

Out There is a game about survival and strategy, which Carefully manage your resources while traveling for the stars. It is also a tale of ultimate solitary isolation.

It tells the story of an astronaut who wakes up to discover that he is no longer in orbit around Jovian Ganymede; in fact, he’s not even in the solar system. He has no idea where he is and only has unreliable foreign technology as a guide home.

You have to carefully maneuver through dangerous situations and manage resources as you navigate the stars, because when your astronaut dies, the game ends. And all the while, you have no way of knowing if what you’re looking for is really the way home.

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