Best new Android games and sales: Beat Legend: AVICII, Arrog, Romancing SaGa 2 and more

Best new Android games and sales: Beat Legend: AVICII, Arrog, Romancing SaGa 2 and more

Welcome to the weekend. Most importantly, welcome to Droid Gamers’ latest roundup of the hottest new releases and weekly Android game discounts.

This time around, we’ve got a mix of philanthropic arcade EDM, a hand-drawn indie death essay game, and some really noteworthy discounts, including a notoriously expensive Square Enix port. at its lowest price ever.

New games

Beat Legend: AVICII is the first in a planned series of Guitar Hero-style rhythm action games. A collaboration between Atari, developer Hello There Games, and the Tim Bergling Foundation, which plans to distribute the royalties among a variety of good causes.

You definitely can’t play this Pocket Mortys gacha tracker, as it’s only available in certain regions. And you might not want to anyway, as the reviews aren’t great, with one user labeling it “a little boring.” Wubba lubba dub dub!

Krystopia: Nova; s Journey is the sequel to Krystopia: A Puzzle Journey. It allows you to swing on a strange alien planet and solve Witness-style puzzles, while getting to know NPCs and exploring in general.

When Playdigious publishes a game, we sit back and listen. Arrog, the studio’s newest addition, is another visually distinctive indie title all about reconciling with mortality. It is steeped in Latin American folklore and features a capybara.


Raw Fury is having a sale, which is always good news. This time around, Bad North: Jotunn Edition, Dandara: Trials of Fear Edition, Kingdom: New Lands, Kingdom: Two Crowns, Whispers of a Machine, and Kathy Rain. Classics all.

* Massive Klaxon discount *. Square Enix’s Romancing SaGa 2 – a remake of a 1993 classic – is currently just $ 2.99 on Android, down literally incalculable from its standard price of $ 17.99. At this price, it’s worth buying even if you don’t want to.

If you squint, the words Peace, Death! looks a bit like papers, please! It’s appropriate, because the game too. This acclaimed sorting simulation takes the disturbing but invigorating gameplay of Lucas Pope’s masterpiece and transplants it into the afterlife.