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Best Android Games of the Week: Shadowrun, Dragon Quest, Amazing Ninja, and More

December is the month when developers are rushing to launch brand new video games, so we should have plenty of titles to choose from this week. Below you can find some of the best and most interesting titles that were released until now for Android devices.

Check all the video games below and tell us in comments if you’ve found a brand new favorite title. Also, feel free to tell us about other Android video games that were launched recently and aren’t featured in this article.

Shadowrun: Dragonfall – DC – $6.99

Shadowrun Dragonfall DC

Shadowrun: Dragonfall Director’s Cut is a strategy RPG with a cyberpunk feel and a story set in a world where war is about to start. The Director’s Cut brings more content for the Shadowrun original game, multiple different endings, 5 brand new missions, soundtrack, improved UI and tons of other great featuees. Note that the game isn’t free to install, but it doesn’t any in-app purchases, so you will be able to dominate year 2054 from start to finish without needing to buy extra items or content.

This title can be purchased for $6.99 from Google’s Play Store here. Note that you should run it on newer devices as it only supports Android 4.4 and later OS versions.

Dragon Quest III – $9.99

Dragon Quest III

Dragon Quest is one of the most popular titles in Asia decades after its PC launch. Now, Square Enix has ported the Dragon Quest III for Android devices. This new release is the 3rd in the series and it brings better graphics, new items and battle gear, tons of new quests and missions. Choose your character type and looks, then assemble a powerful party in order to attempt and defeat the Ultimate Evil.

Dragon Quest III is available for $9.99 from Google Play Store. You can install this game on all the Android 2.3.3 and later versions.

The King of Fighters-A 2012(F) – FREE

The King of Fighters

SNK Playmore has released The King of Fighters to Google’s Play Store once again. The game is free to play and it has been re-released by SNK again to celebrate their company’s 20th anniversary. Get the game from Google Play Store here.

This game can be installed for free and it works with all Android 4.0.3 and later OS versions. Note that you will need to install it on devices with extra storage space available, as the installation files are measuring over 1GB.

Amazing Ninja – FREE

Amazing Ninja

Ketchapp has released a pretty basic action stick-figure fighting game in which your objectives are to defeat the red ninjas and save the blue ninja sticks. Amazing Ninja is free to play and a not very complex title, as you simply need to jump and slash your way through all the evil red ninjas.

Install the Amazing Ninja from Google Play Store here. Install it for Android 2.3 and later devices freely, but note that in order to get rid of all the ads you will need to pay $2.00.

Jungle Moose – FREE

Jungle Moose

This game’s trailer is hilarious and the gameplay is pretty basic: swipe the piranha fish, so that your jungle “moose” won’t get eaten during his mission. Protect the hippo from getting eaten by the evil fishes, swipe them up and use the antlers to kill them, then the video game’s hero will be able to eat his precious fruits.

Jungle Moose can be installed for all the Android 2.3 and newer OS versions from Google Play Store here. This game is free to play, but it contains in-app purchases.

Godfire: Rise of Prometheus – FREE

Godfire Rise of Prometheus

Godfire and the story of Prometheus takes us to ancient Greece where your only objective is to help the main character hack and slash his way to power. Find the Godfire Spark in order to save mankind from the apocalypse. Also, you should enjoy the game’s graphics, despite the fact that the storyline isn’t very origina, as you will find tons of familiar stories that you’ve already seen in other PC and console games.

Rise of Prometheus is working on all Android 4.1 and later OS versions. You can install it from Google Play Store here for free, but note that the game is filled with in-app purchases, so you should be careful not to spend too much on extra items.