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Crashlands :D Great scifi game, with crafting and a funny story!
Edit: It's on Android and iOS for 4.99$ with crossplatform saving with PC aswell.
Play Store Link (ty /u/captainsparrow11) :)
Don't think I've ever been this hyped for a mobile game, I hope it turns out to be great.
I think Crashlands covers the 2d sandbox construction part but not the managing. I never got into the game but seems like something you would like.
I'm trying to play the android port of Cataclysm but the damn game is hard to learn, its a 2d roguelike that has a ton of features.
Check out Crashlands if you're looking for one of those "build stuff, wander and fight things" games. I enjoy it much more than I ever enjoyed Terraria.
check out Crashlands! this is precisely why prefer to buy my games and Crashlands is just phenomenal. as a sidenote, check out the story of how it got made in this Polygon article. I'm copy/pasting this from the first comment I replied to
Crashlands. It's a full fledged crafting game with a quirky storyline that you can pause/save at most any point. No IAPs or ads. Its highly recommended around here.
Crashlands is a great game that compares to CatQuest's combat system. It has alot of RPG elements and crafting. The crafting is simple though, and you do not have to worry about inventory space. Just go out and kill, kill kill, loot loot loot. There are quests to follow, and the dialog is quite funny as well.
Link me: Crashlands
On IOS, android, PC, Mac. Indie by 3 brothers, Butterscotch Shenanigans
...It's openworld (3 different biomes) very good 2D, upbeat humorous scifi rpg survival hybrid with a lot of content and has many conveniences (map teleports, infinite & organized inventory, convenienced resource farming & crafting, respawn if die, excellent save function, etc).. Very unique alien planet too. Great bang for $4.99. Highly rated. Single player. Can cross platform save and cloudsave.
I've went back to Crashlands. It's probably been a year or longer since I got burned out on it before. Not much has changed, but that's a good thing. Very polished and creative.
Crashlands is stellar and has great devs who themselves have a great story. There's even a subreddit, /r/Crashlands. As far as pick up and play, it supports cross-play with an identical Steam game, and cloud saves, so you can play on your phone until you gotta do something and pick up where you left off on a tablet, PC or Mac.
And although it may sound like I do, I have no affiliation with the devs. Just grabbed the game one day and am slowly working my way through it.
Crashlands. Not your typical ARPG but this is brilliant. Cross platform so you can play on Android, iOS or PC. I'm very addicted to this game at the moment.
Not sure about offline requirement, and I haven't actually played Cat Quest myself, but Crashlands is supposed to be very similar. I think it is also currently on sale for .99 (I already have it, so can't confirm).
I've been playing Crashlands for a while now, and I'm very addicted. It's an adventure open-world RPG that has tons of content. Maybe you like it :)
I was surprised to find one that did not fit into any of the mobile game tropes. Crashlands is a lot like Don't Starve but streamlined for consoles. Really fun too.
check out Crashlands! this is precisely why prefer to buy my games and Crashlands is just phenomenal. as a sidenote, check out the story of how it got made in this Polygon article.
> LG Stylo
>I search the play store and it doesn't pull up but does pull up some other games of yours like quadropus Rampage
That's exactly what happened to me, but I've got a different LG phone though. Did it make you accept the terms of the Play Store or somewhen you cleared the data, if not it wasn't cleared properly.
Check here first though it should say your device is compatible with this app and let you remote install.
Edit: Weird, I cleared Play Store's data and it's back to saying it's not compatible with this device again even though I can see it on my installed apps list and Browser Play Store still says it is compatible though. Maybe this is a problem with LG phones.
For those who wonder:
I played the android game Crashlands with this thing and also stream pc games to my smartphone via the app Moonlight. And I would love to play some blades with my controller in bed. It would be a very cool addition!
Eu amei jogar o Crashlands, o level desing, as piadinhas bobas, não é um jogo difícil, mas não é de mão beijada. Peguei 67 horas.
Agreed, Don't Starve is pretty complex, with the main problem being that it's so unforgiving (rogue-like) and doesn't actually explain how anything works—which I suppose is part of its charm, but it can be frustrating.
And I'm glad you mentioned Crashlands. I actually purchased it a few months ago but never played for some reason. I'll have to give that one a shot and see if it scratches an itch.
It's a full blown game. No IAPs, no internet connection required, and can be played from your phone, tablet, and/or PC using the same save-state. I bought it last week, and haven't stopped playing since. It'll kill your battery, but a long charging cable only cost like $10, and you'll be very glad to have it, even after getting out of the hospital.
You're whacking space animals, so it's a little violent, but Crashlands should fit your criteria. It's a resource gathering game with cross platform single player. If you sign up for a (free) account, you can also sync your games between Windows, Android, iOS, and/or OSX, making it pretty pick up and go. Just pause it on your phone, and start it up on the desktop later on.
And like most RPG like games, as long as you manage your levels, you shouldn't be getting too angry. Shouldn't...
While I don't think its the best game ever made, and I didn't play it to completion, it gets my vote because in an era where everything is f2p shit, the devs gave the Android community exactly what they had been asking for; a solid, premium title built from the ground up for mobile gaming. It was cross platform, decent story, just a solid game. The story behind the devs is amazing as well.
I've recently purchaced Crashlands, and its proven to be a perfect mobile RPG, complety free of micro transactions.
I've put in about 20 hours into to it and I still see no end to the currently available content. I'd happily pay for a DLC or a Crashlands 2.
Edit: here's a link!
Crashlands (iOS, Android).
It has some hilarious writing, and has been described as "Don't Starve, but more fun".
Across the board great reviews, and well worth the $5 price tag ($15 on PC/Steam)
Buy Crashlands and don't turn back. It's an RPG that is really optimized for mobile. Tons of stuff to do and explore. Its hilarious, and does a better job at keeping you out of menus than any other mobile RPG I've played.
ha ha I've been spamming this to several people on this thread: check out Crashlands! this is precisely why prefer to buy my games and Crashlands is just phenomenal. as a sidenote, check out the story of how it got made in this Polygon article. I'm copy/pasting this from the first comment I replied to
nice to see other people who love this game as well ��
I've been playing this since it came out and I'm maybe 30% through the game. Tons of stuff to do, great mechanics, graphics are superb, missions, resource gather, crafting, solid story line, tons of customization.
Been playing the Pocket Edition on Android for about a year now, and here are some of my observations,
This edition contains both DS vanilla and RoG (Reign of Giants). No multiplayer/DST.
The device gets pretty hot and the game uses lots of battery and also gets laggy after long gameplay... (Happened in multiple devices)
Seems like the above mentioned issues the just related to optimization of this port. I was hoping they will fix this issues but considering the last update was December 5, 2016, IDK.
If you are playing in RoG mode, the game tends to be a bit less stable than the vanilla.
Had my game save slots corrupted multiple times (I think this happens more while playing RoG) and one time with over 100 in-game Days of gameplay. :( So probably it's better to stick with vanilla. (Basically it gets stuck in "loading" screen.)
No, you can't sync between your Computer/Console version with these port unlike games such as Crashlands. (Not that I expected it to do that)
Being honest right now, if you are not a fan of onscreen controls this game is not for you as it can get pretty annoying sometimes. As you do not have keyboard shortcuts unlike Computer version. (No auto loot/attack etc)
No mods/skins for ya! :P
Really great if you play on the go like me, I also have this game on Computer (Steam version) and honestly that version is miles better. But I get to play this game when not in front of computer.
Compared to computer version, due to finicky controls and occasional corrupted files it's kinda hard to be alive as it's a permadeath game, but I've managed to stay alive for over 300 in-game days in one slot.
Honestly if you are coming from computer version keep your expectations low as it's a "Pocket Edition". (I've learned the hard way :D)
The game is pretty addicting and fun (and great time killer) ended up buying power bank/battery pack because of this game ;)
There is a minor lag when the game auto saves, which happens every in-game day.
Finally, a great game with not so great port, for more serious gameplay probably the computer version is better but being a longtime player of this game (the computer version was released back in 2013) I am really glad this exists on phones due to otg gameplay. Also DS Shipwrecked version was released for Android recently as well.
Crashlands on Steam:
Crashlands is an indie action RPG with a sci-fi theme and colorful 2D graphics. Features expansive crafting system with over 500 items, a self-managing infinite inventory, RPG-style character progression, skill-based combat, intuitive base building, tamable creatures, a huge explorable open world, hundreds of quests, cross-platform mobile gameplay with cloud-synced progress sold separately from Apple App Store and Google Play, and a developer that has continued supporting the game.
Steam reviews suggest this game has fun and addictive gameplay that some find grindy while others find very satisfying; a cute design aesthetic and good sound; an overall witty and humorous tone that most enjoy; a huge open world with lots to explore and tons to do, though some areas can appear somewhat repetitive; and pairs very well with the mobile version thanks to the cloud-synced progress.
Deal is a historical low. Was bundled in the 2nd/BTA tier of the Humble Very Positive Bundle about a year ago. Probably worth considering for fans of survival-like games looking for a more casual and long-playing experience.
Alright! I'll buy it.
Oh, and so you can too: [link]
I would recommend checking out crashlands. It is paid but it has about 30 hours of gameplay.
Play Store Link
Not sure if you can really consider this a RPG but Crashlands
Loved it on Mobile: [link]
Buy the game.
Crashlands - kill things and make things from the things you kill or find in an amazing setting.
Sounds a lot like Crashlands, judging by the "don't starve-like" gameplay and the purple suit.
Haven't played either of those tbh but I grabbed a random assortment of games I really enjoy I have saved on my phone atm.
* [Game Dev Tycoon]([link])
* [Horizon Chase]([link])
* [Mushroom 11]([link])
* [Pocket City]([link])
* [RCT Classic]([link])
* [Rusty Lake Paradise]([link])
* [The Escapists]([link])
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Isn't free, but well worth the money. Excellent time killer.
Here's the Playstore link.
I really enjoyed Crashlands, which in the creator's words is a 'story-driven crafting ARPG set in an outlandish world of hidden magic and high technology'.
Mobile has a great touch interface and I was able to pick it up for short bursts when I had a few minutes free. I've also heard the PC version on Steam is just as much fun.
Not really a survival game, but check it out anyway :)
Not sure why I picked your post when there are 15 other people that are saying the same stupid thing but this attitude is terrible. There are a lot of great mobile games but most of them are not in the F2P model.
this one [link] Crashlands (formatting won't work for some reason)
or Knights of Pen and Paper
or Attack the Light
or [link] Rebuild
hell even [link] BloonsTD is a great game.
The problem is it seems like all of you fools must just click every f2p shit storm you see and not seek out the good games that cost a couple of bucks but don't assault you with paywall shit or pay2win scams.
Crashlands is pretty sick!
IT'S OUT NOW [link]
Crashlands kind of. Not sure if there is any other than you mentioned and this one.
The gameplay video I put on there was with only touch controls, as are the others on my channel. I have a MOGA Pro Power, but it's too slow, too inaccurate and to cumbersome to carry around. I purchased triggers so I could move some controls to those, but I mainly use them for games without gyro support.
The issue with most touch fps is when you shoot you either have to hold down fire and turn at the same time (which wastes ammo) or line up the shot and remove your finger to fire. Both of these are cumbersome and make playing with touch seem clumsy. The triggers help with those controls since your thumb never leaves the stick, and you don't have to continuously fire.
With gyro and some sensitivity tweaks I get mouse and keyboard like movement out of 2 fingers, without triggers. The video doesn't show but I generally look like those gamers on TV, you know the ones, they mash the buttons and swing the controller around like it makes a difference, but in my case it does.
Another dirty secret to make the most out of touchscreen gaming is...nose oil, or Nasal Sebum (yes I looked it up, lol). Learned the trick from a guy who climbed mountains and said it's a great replacement for lip balm when you don't have any.
Just rub your thumbs along the side of your nose and they'll be gliding across the screen. It's gross in theory, but I put my phone on my face all day. I also have to wash my hands constantly for work and have very little natural oil left in them.
As for 2D, I liked Crashlands. Also Kingdom rush is a fun one. I used to lose a ton of time to Punch Quest but that seems to be gone now.
Crashlands has no IAP and it's 99 cents
Crashlands allows you to build things and craft things and has a combat system sort of like a MOBA.
There's also Pocket City. It's pretty much a Sim City type game and has no microtransactions. It's just pure city making bliss.
Stardew Valley someone else suggested below is pretty great too.
You may also might want to check out Portal Knights. It's a bit minecraftie but a lot of combat/building fun.
Crashlands. Just look up the trailer, you'll love it.
Edit: I did it for you friend c:
If the idea of a crafting action RPG / hack and slash game where you run around gathering items and killing monsters to get items to build a base and craft gear sounds fun, look into Crashlands.
There is a lot of game play here. The different areas you go to are randomly generated maps so you can replay and get a slightly different experience. You can defeat monsters and get eggs you can hatch into pets that follow you around and help you fight. One common complaint you'll read is the game gets repetitive. You reach the next area and find yourself building yet another crafting station. I still had a good time playing this and beat the last boss. I gathered a lot of the pets too, but gave up on upgrading every single one. There was recently a new area added in for free that I haven't tried out yet.
The controls are tap to move. You tap near a monster and you run up and auto attack, you don't repeatedly tap to attack. You win the fights by watching for the enemy attacks and timing your movements to dodge. Tap the bottom row to use items and consumables. The beta has support for a physical controller, so that will be in the game soon if it isn't already.
Premium game, no ads, no IAP. Has a cloud save system that lets you play the game on multiple systems, but you'd need to also purchase the PC version on Steam if you wanted to also play it there.
If you are OK with just crafting, a fun little crafting and store sim is Pixel Blacksmith.
You run a little blacksmith shop, crafting items to sell to customers. You gain experience as you craft, unlocking new things. There are vendors to buy materials from and workers you can hire and equip to gather for you.
The game is free. The only IAP is if you want to unlock a new game plus mode for $2 or if you want to donate to the dev. There are some optional ads offered in some spots if you didn't want to pay for things, like making a vendor immediately get more materials to sell.
The game is made by a single dev who's on Reddit, r/PixelBlacksmith - if you need help, and there's a few bugs. But overall it is a fun crafting sim.
Crashlands was just updated with controller support.
Here's the Play Store link:
Pocket Rogues: Ultimate
Oh and I almost forgot crashlands. Solid game.
Since we're talking the best, I think it's more than fair to mention these I'm currently playing and would recommend to anyone:
Crashlands: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bscotch.crashlands [BT Controller support outta the box]
Prince of Persia: Shadow and Flame [Link varies, depending on the region/country] [BT Controller support outta the box]
Rush Rally 3: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=brownmonster.app.game.rushrally3 [BT controller support]
Skate Party 3: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ratrodstudio.skateparty3 [BT controller support]
Space Marshals: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.pixelbite.sg [BT controller support outta the box]
Horizon Chase: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.aquiris.horizonchase [BT controller support]
Wayward Souls: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.noodlecake.waywardsouls [BT controller support]
Reckless Racing 3: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.pixelbite.rr3 [BT controller support]
Farming Simulator 18: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.giantssoftware.fs18.google [BT controller support]
Evoland 2: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.playdigious.evoland2 [BT controller support outta the box]
Oddmar: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mobge.Oddmar [BT controller support outta the box]
Ravensword 2: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.crescentmoongames.ravensword2 [MOGA Only]
Grimvalor: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.direlight.grimvalor [BT controller support]
Tesla vs Lovecraft: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.the10tons.teslavslovecraft [BT controller support]
X-Plane 10: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.laminarresearch.x_plane10 [BT controller support]
Virtua Tennis: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sega.vtc [IAP to unlock full game] [BT controller support]
GTA: Liberty City Stories: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.rockstargames.gtalcs [BT controller support]
Stardew Valley: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.chucklefish.stardewvalley [BT controller support]
Implosion: Never Lose Hope: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.rayark.implosion [IAP to unlock Full game] [BT Controller support]
The Escapists 2: Pocket Breakout: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.team17.escapists2 [BT controller support outta the box]
You can also join the AndroidGamepad reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/AndroidGamepad/ in order to keep track of new titles that support a Bluetooth controller, if that's your thing.
One of my fav games for DeX+ Controller : Crashlands
M8 u and me both. I delete anything that's pay to win. I'm very very picky with my games. Like they have to be no ads mostly no online (i just want cloud save but to play offline so i can re-download without progress lost), portrait orientation unless landscape makes sense and isn't portlike (i want it to make sense on phone. What people have offered are already great also.
But I wanna offer my 2p. Really, unfortunately, it's pay up front for the good stuff or get free with micro. BUT there are so many games breaking that. They are doing a more here have productive free, but if u like my stuff wanna pay what u want?
These are games that I have played, some I didn't even pay for or they were dirt cheap. Some are already on sale Amazing paid games:
Games that are free and if u want to support them u can pay: (also no ads!!)
Still finding more so if others have any they know off feel free to add �� But hope this helps! ����
Is it an offline game?
[link] thought might be tad much for a mobile game it's pay2play has full controller support
Crashlands, though it's a better experience playing it on the PC, IMO (tap controls get tricky during battles, but doable). It also crashes a lot when I use a bluetooth controller with it on my phone, not sure if I'm an isolated case though.
Another game I love is Ticket to Earth, no downsides on playing it on Android versus the PC, and the game gets pretty challenging. If you're into adventure and story-driven games, 80 Days and the Ace Attorney games are great.
What are some of the games you've found and enjoyed that monetize like this? Here are some of mine:
Crashlands is my favorite mobile game.
Crashlands is 5$ and worth every penny
Not pixelated, but you may be interested in Crashlands.
Amazing action adventure rpg, funny story, & neat crafting gameplay. I beat the game in 33 hours.
If you can end up buying a game check out Crashlands [link]
The game just came out recently and I can't put it down for some reason. I've probably put a good 10 hours in the last two days.
Some free games I've been enjoying lately:
It's like tetris but better imo
AdVenture Capitalist: [link]
This will keep you busy for a bit and it's pretty entertaining for such a simple game.
If there's a way to gift a game through Android, I'll gladly buy you Crashlands. Hope you get better!
edit: oh and check out /r/AndroidGaming
Also available with cross-platform play on Android and iOS.
IT'S OUT NOW GUYS [link]
I've always wondered if I was missing out on Crashlands. I watched the devs do a talk about the development of it, but the idea of it didn't really strike my fancy. I'll pick it up the next time it's on sale.