10 best new Android games for February 2021

It seems like Android games are getting bigger and better every month, and there’s always a slew of new titles coming to Google Play. Whether you’re a casual gamer or want something with a little more meat on your bones, there’s usually a game that comes out for everyone. Some months are better than others, but there is usually at least one awesome new mobile game every month. Let’s take a look at the best new Android games from the past month! You can also check out our picks for the best new Android games for 2020 in the video above!

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AdVenture Ages: Idle Civilization

Price: Free to play

AdVenture Ages: Idle Civilization is a new idle game in the popular AdVenture idle game franchise. You start the game by being transported in time. You must restore history and rebuild your career. The game works all the time, even when you are not online. Otherwise, you build and build until you get as far as you can. The game has reasonably decent depth, better-than-average graphics for the genre, and there’s plenty to do. It plays very similarly to most other AdVenture games, so if you’ve played any of these, you know what to expect here.

Birdie Crush: Fantastic Golf

Price: Free to play

Birdie Crush: Fantasy Golf is a new golf game with an anime theme. It’s an arcade golf game with decent controls, fun graphics, and lots of play. The game includes a simulation mode, overall PvP, and even story elements to play. There are a few gacha elements to this, but it’s mostly in the mode parts of the game. The game has a few bugs here and there, but it’s honestly one of the best mobile golf games in recent memory as long as elements and secondary themes do not distract you.

Dragon Quest Tact

Price: Free to play

Dragon Quest Tact is the latest free game from Square Enix. This one is from the Dragon Quest universe, obviously. In terms of gameplay, it’s a pretty standard gacha. You collect monsters, create teams, and use them to fight bad guys. Square Enix tries to give every monster a role, so it’s not just a rotating meta, but it will end up having a rotating meta anyway. It’s F2P friendly enough for the first dozen chapters. It’s always after that, but progress is a bit more difficult to achieve. It should be another free hit to play Square Enix’s gacha in the long run.

Kitty letter

Price: Free with in-app purchases

Kitty Letter is a new word game from the developers of Exploding Kittens. The game allows you to decipher the words to progress in a match. Each unscrambled word adds to your small army that proceeds to attack your opponent who responds in kind. You can play with strangers online or with friends if you prefer in 1v1 combat. There is no gacha element in this game nor any card collecting mechanics. All you need to do is log in and play. There are in-app purchases, but it’s for cosmetic material that doesn’t add to the game at all.

Pirates of Freeport

Price: Release

Pirates of Freeport is a text-based roguelite game with RPG mechanics. You create a team of pirates and face various enemies in various situations. The game is actually quite difficult, so it’s a good choice for people who like a challenge. Some of the other features of the game include the ability to customize your party, collect various pirate ships, and manage things like hunger and morale for various upgrades. The game is new and has a few more bugs than usual for a new game. However, the mechanics are solid, so we hope the developer fixes it soon.

Screenshot of Pirates of Freeport

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Rhythmic beehive

Price: Free to play

Rhythm Hive is a real-time multiplayer rhythm game. The main focus is the 1v1 battles you have with other people online. The game uses taps, swipes, and takes for its rhythmic mechanics and some of the moves you do are actually quite fun. There are a good number of tracks to play, a practice mode to improve your skills and a mix challenge where you play a mix between three songs. There are parts that are not as smooth as we would like, but this should improve over time. It’s a fun game overall.

Screenshot of Rhythm Hive

Kill the arrow

Price: $ 9.99

Slay the Spire is an interesting game. It’s a mix of a card game and a rogue-like. There’s only one player mode, so there’s no hassle in building a meta deck to compete online. Basically, you play the game, unlock cards, and build a deck. The bridge is used to climb the spire. You’ll fail a few times, but the hope is that with each attempt you get one step closer to the top until you conquer it. There are, however, a few flaws. The text on the map is very small, the controls could be better, and there are a few bugs on some devices. We hope the developer will come back and fix some of them. It’s also a very good game.

SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom

Price: $ 11.99

SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom is a mobile port of the 2020 remastered game. The original game was on PS2, Xbox, PC, and Game Boy Advance. It is a platform adventure game where you play as SpongeBob and face an army of invading robots made by Plankton. The mobile port is a reasonably decent effort. It includes the entire game in all its glory, including a few bits added to the remastered version. The only real difference is in the mobile controls. It looks like the devs are on top of most of the game’s bugs and released several updates to stabilize the game over lunch. This is really good news.

Star hunter

Price: Free to play

Stellar Hunter is an RPG with roguelike elements. The roguelike elements add luck in an otherwise typical RPG scenario. The fun part is the challenge. Unfortunately, a lot of combat is RNG, so you can force a lot of things brutally with a little patience. Still, you can improve your odds with the right equipment and a good party and that’s the other big part of the game. It’s a bit hit and miss with the players, but most seem to enjoy it.

Titan Quest: Legendary Edition

Price: $ 19.99

Titan Quest: Legendary Edition is a reissue of the mobile version of Titan Quest. This release includes all of the DLC the game had to offer when it first launched in 2006. Otherwise, it’s just Titan Quest. For those who don’t know, Titan Quest is a hack-and-slash RPG game. There is a story to play, tons of things to do, and a lot of loot to be won. Then, in addition to the base game, you also get unrestricted access to Immortal Throne, Ragnarok, and Atlantis DLCs. It’s a bit pricey, but you can easily get dozens and dozens of hours of hardcore RPG playtime with this one.

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