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This is another game recommendation from VisitorG, and this one is ideally for science fiction fans with the focus and patient to learn all the intricacies of the gameplay:
It’s like a procedurally generated game book with resource management. But I find it very hard. You need to play a lot to understand the subtleties of the mechanics. I quit and promised myself I would go back someday. But for people more focused than me who like to play thoroughly, this is a great catch.”
In the game, you play an astronaut that has awoke from cryonic sleep in deep space. You’re tasked with charting these unknown parts in the galaxy while constantly gathering resources to keep your ship running and your vital signs up.
It’s all about adventuring and surviving, as you search for a distant star system that promises to reveal secrets about your destiny as well as the fate of mankind. Out There: Omega Edition is a beautifully designed game with a great sound track. Since it’s procedurally generated, every playthrough is different, which means if you fall in love with this style of gameplay you can keep coming back for more and more!
If you’re like me, you’re always on the lookout for fun new word games to play. In the comments, phor11 shared Alphabear, a cute little word building game where you grow your bear by clearing out the letters around them before they count down to zero. If they do, the letter becomes a rock and will impede your bears from growing in that direction.
There are a ton of different bears to unlock as you play, with each offering scoring bonuses for different letters that, in turn, help you to unlock new bears. As pointed out in phor11’s comments below, this game is not without the familiar drawbacks associated with oh so many free-to-play games, but it’s definitely worth checking out if you’re a fan of word games:
If it weren’t for the time-gating and exponential difficulty pushing you toward making in-app purchases, Alphabear would by far be my favorite Android title. Even with the annoying F2P mechanics, I find it’s one of the only mobile games I ever play.”
You know, I had always meant to check out Never Alone, a puzzle platformer that tells a traditional story from the Alaska’s Iñupiat native peoples. You play as Nuna and Fox as they head out on a chilling adventure to find the source of an eternal blizzard that has ravaged Nuna’s village and restore balance to nature.
Best Android games – Games for Android Devices
This goes well beyond just being an atmospheric and challenging gaming experience. This is a story that was passed down by elders from generation to generation, and now has been preserved forever with the most modern form of storytelling — video games
AC user Andvarix makes this recommendation, adding the following:
Never Alone Ki Edition – Platformer style game, cool story that grows as the levels unfold, I died a whole bunch on my way to beat the game but it seems to be generous with checkpoints so you never have to replay too much. I definitely enjoyed the story, very well blended with the action.”