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Rudrahp72's Cool Games List for Attractive Androids, Part 1

I made a post a while back dumping a list of games I felt were great, and worth people's time(and money). However, many people pointed out that a simple list of names wasn't going to help anything. They are right. So here;s the list again, this time with info.
Swordigo
Genre: Platformer
Price: Free with IAP
Pros: Excellent gameplay, great art design, great music, fun progression, IAPs are not needed at all. I love this game so much. It's pretty much the pinnacle of Android gaming.
Cons: Uhh.... the ads, I guess? Seriously, this game is as close as you're going to get to 'perfect' for a mobile game. I just wish there was a sequel.
Link.
Data Wing
Genre: Race Puzzle
Price: Free, no IAP
Pros: Fantastic, touching story, slick gameplay, cool Tron-esque aesthetic. This is a labor of love by the dev, and it shows.
Cons: Learning curve is a bit steep. Also may bug out and crash.
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Shadow Fight 2: Special Edition
Genre: Fighte RPG
Price: Paid, with IAP.($4.99 USD)
Pros: Slick fighting mechanics, interesting story, and badass soundtrack. They basically took the free game, removed some grindiness, added extra story. A good deal, especially considering that the sequel is trash.
Cons: There's STILL IAP, though it's not really needed. There's also no multiplayer component, like the free game.
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Sky Force Reloaded
Genre: Top down shoote Bullet Hell
Price: Free with IAP
Pros: This game makes grinding for money fun. That's how good the gameplay is. Add a dance-worthy soundtrack, excellent replay value, and pretty graphics into the mix, and you've got yourself a winner.
Cons: The grinding might be fun, but there's a LOT of it. There's a bajillion upgrades, and you need them all to fully beat the game.
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Sword of Xolan
Genre: Platformer
Price: Free with IAP
Pros: Nice, retro art style. Gameplay feels satisfying, and the level design is good, with secrets and occasionally multiple paths.
Cons: The game can get unreasonably hard. The difficulty suddenly spikes for a certain section in some levels.
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Boson X
Genre: Runner.(kinda endless)
Price: Paid, no IAP($2.99 USD)
Pros: No powerups. No RNG. Just you, your reflexes, and the bomb-ass soundtrack against 18 increasingly difficult levels.
Cons: Hair-tearingly, Soul-crushingly difficult.
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Alto's Adventure
Genre: Endless Runner
Price: Free with IAP
Pros: Soothing, charming music and artstyle. Simple, intuitive gameplay. Good for when you just want to relax.
Cons: The grindiness that's inherent to the genre.
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Sorcery! Series
Genre: CYOA/RPG
Price:Paid, no IAPs($4.99 USD each)
Pros: Excellent story, unique combat system, choices matter, making it replayable, each game builds upon the last, allowing for one continuous run across all of them.
Cons: The papercut art, and stilted animation isn't for everyone. The lack of a full soundtrack can also get disconcerting.
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Ancestor
Genre: Endless RunnePuzzle
Price: Free with IAP
Pros: A unique take on endless runners- you must solve puzzles increasingly faster to save your dude, and there are even puzzle bossfights. The calm soundtrack also helps in achieving a zen-like state. Example of IAPs done right- All cosmetic, no gameplay boosts.
Cons:RNG can fuck you over baaaad.
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Battleheart
Genre: Strategy/RPG
Price: Free, no IAP
Pros: Very, very good combat system. A weak party can defeat a stronger foe through clever tactics- mindlessly grinding to upgrade is rarely necessary. Also, the handdrawn-esque art style is cute.
Cons: Learning curve very steep. Some mechanics simply aren't explained to you, and you have to figure it out on your own.
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Dash Quest
Genre: RunneRPG
Price: Free with IAP
Pros: Very reminiscent of a SNES RPG- artstyle, music, even part of the gameplay. Very enjoyable, with a decent range of verying equipment to use, enemies to fight, and zones to explore. Even has minigames.
Cons: Again, grinding. It's always grinding. Never lupus, though.
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Robotek
Genre: Strategy
Price: Free with IAP
Pros: Very cool little strategy game. App is tiny, artstyle is simple but effective, and combat always comes down to being smart.
Cons: The one thing holding this game back forma top rating is the god-awful energy system. Okay, I get it, it's a free game, you want people to artificially lengthen play time to show more ads, but how did you end up with a system more obnoxious than the ones in gacha games?
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Slayin'
Genre: Endless..... Combat? Not quite sure how to classify this.
Price: Free with IAP
Pros: Multiple characters, each with their own unique gameplay spin. Simple, intuitive controls. Cute chibi pixel art style. Energetic soundtrack.
Cons: ♫ All around me is familiar grinding, so much grinding, only grinding...♫
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The Fancy Pants Adventures
Genre: Platformer
Price: Free with IAP
Pros: It's Mutha. Fuckin. Fancy Pants. Even has the original flash game trilogy as unlockables. (If you don't know what Fancy Pants is, go play the flash games right now. You won't regret it.)
Cons: Gamepllay-boost IAPs. Why? You were so close to surpassing Swordigo as THE perfect mobile game!
Link.
The Bard's Tale
Genre: RPG/ Adventure
Price:Paid, with IAP($2.99 USD)
Pros: Originally a PC game, it was ported over to mobile, and thus features some bells and whistles usually missing from mobile games- full voice acting, fancy graphics, branching paths. The dialog is sharp and witty, the gameplay fun, and as a bonus, has the original DOS Bard's Tale trilogy as an unlock.
Cons: Don't remember what the IAP was for, but it doesn't need them, I'm sure.
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Kingdom Rush series
Genre: Strategy/Tower defense
Price: Paid(except for the first game, which is free with IAP)
Pros: Cute art style, amazing music, satisfying levels which have multiple viable win layouts, slight replay value
Cons: Well..... the IAP, really. Characters are sometimes locked behind paywall, and there's gameplay boost stuff as well.
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Upgrade the Game 2
Genre: ????????
Price: Free, no IAP
Pros: The whole concept is, you start with something that looks like someone had a seizure in MS Paint, and through playing a minigame, you earn money to upgrade everyhting- menus, graphics, sound effects, the minigame itself, into something acceptable.
Cons: You need dedication. You'll be playing a long, long time to upgrade everything to it's highest levels.
Link.
Bitcoin Billionaire
Genre: Idle Clicker
Price: Free, with IAP
Pros: I hate idle clickers. They're the bane of mobile gaming. At least gacha games give you waifus(or husbandos). This one is an exception. It's witty. It's self-aware. It attempts to vary the boring nature of the clicker genre. It lets you earn the premium currency at a limited rate as opposed to juts buying it. Okay, it's not overly unique over other idle games, I just like this one.
Cons: For all it's good points,it's still a clicker. A grindfest. And IAPs galore.
Link.
That's all for now, folks. Keep an eye out for when I next update? I'm your host, Rudrahp72, and I'll see you next time on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Rudrahp72's Cool Games List for Attractive Androids!
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Let's talk about that Tap My Katamari thing

So yesterday I was lounging around with my smartphone, sifting through the Google Play Store on a dull autumn afternoon, and they recommended an app called Tap My Katamari. I was immediately intrigued. A Katamari game I've never heard of? For Android? And it's free? Intrigued, I opened up the game's Play Store page only to discover that "Tap My Katamari -" was truncated to fit the preview thumbnail. The full name of the application is "Tap My Katamari - Idle Clicker." That ruined my day right there, and I'd be willing to bet it ruined yours too. And this game isn't a copyright-taunting unlicensed knockoff like you'd expect. Look it up on the Play Store: This game is an officially licensed addition to the Katamari series in which all the Katamari rolling is done for you while you mindlessly tap the screen. It would be preaching to the choir to explain how this application of a cherished intellectual property is so offensive, so rather than engage in a great big fanboy rage circlejerk I thought I would calm down and review the game as it stands. Google might think that not downloading Tap My Katamari would exclude me from reviewing it, but I have played this game before. I've played it at least six times, under many different names. Cookie Clicker, Make it Rain, Bitcoin Billionaire, some other games not worth mentioning, and now Tap My Katamari. They may wear different dresses of varying elegance, but they're all the same underneath. Do a thing, and you get some currency. Spend this currency on things that will earn more currency for you, or use it to upgrade the thing you do so that you can earn more currency from doing it. Sometimes random events will pop up that make you really good at earning currency for a while, or maybe they'll just take some currency away unless you watch an ad or something. This sort of upgrade mechanic would be groovy if the things you do are inherently fun, and if the upgrades were non-linear and multifaceted in nature. Idle Clickers, by design, offer neither of those things. At best, you'll get a series of flashy graphics and pleasant audio cues creating the illusion of overcoming a challenge that doesn't exist. Could this be the reason that idle clickers are a popular revenue for app developers who want to exploit microtransactions? Perhaps it is, because if they wanted their game to be fun to play then why did you disable all my investments for five minutes, you cocks?! But back to Tap My Katamari specifically. What I find most infuriating about it is this: Katamari is built around a unique, iconic game mechanic around rolling Katamaris, and smartphones offer unique and innovative ways of controlling Katamaris. A proper Katamari game on iOS and Android, even one with FtP mechanics, would be incredible! But they made an Idle Clicker instead because those earn more money. If BANDAI NAMCO think it's okay to take an IP defined by fun, hectic and innovative gameplay and slap it onto a Cookie Clicker clone, they clearly don't have a grasp on what made it successful in the first place. I'm very close to hoping that the franchise ends with Tap My Katamari, because that game is damning evidence of the publisher's apathetic attitude towards the quality of this series. The game may be free, but it's still not worth it.
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A couple more thoughts on the game

As I'm playing the game, I thought of a couple more things that may be neat to see.
One thing that would be nice is something like a statistics page, to see overall bonuses and numbers from the gameplay. An example would be like Bitcoin Billionaire, where it shows bonus percentages earned from their equivalent of retiring, items accrued, and the such. It would be nice since the current numbers are a bit scattered in the app, or inaccessible in some cases.
The other suggestion has been mentioned before, but it just seems weird that it isn't an option. It's regarding staff promotions. Theoretically, letting RNG do it works out, but as a player with 45 staff promotions overall, it seems odd to have 5 staff that haven't received a single one of them (even if two of them are new). It would be nice to have a bit more decision on the matter instead of seeing Alien Influence absorb them all into its ungendered being. It's actually a tad frustrating when I've only been able to use it once, lol. It actually has the most promotions out of all my staff, totaling 5. I don't like to complain, it's just weird to see promotions randomly given out in such a way.
So that's all I had on my mind this time around. Hopefully it helped out ultimately.
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[IOS/Android][2015]8-bit Company Tapper

Platform(s): IOS/Android Genre: Tapper with a bit of 8 bit and management themes. Estimated year of release: About 2014 Graphics/art style: Purposeful 8-bit design Notable characters: N/A Notable gameplay mechanics: Players would have a main tapping screen where they could make profits and buy upgrades, there was also a screen that had "companies" (players) that were near you that you could buy out and invest in. Other details: Similar to games such as bitcoin billionaire and tap tap trillionaire
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