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KOTOR 1 best game ever and used to be a computer game that moved to mobile with full controls. They have a survey out to see if they should do the 2nd one too
Edit: survey link for KOTOR 2. [link]
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic.
The full fucking game, now available on Apple and Android for 10 bucks. Yes the graphics are a bit dated. But as a mobile game it actually works. No in-app purchases, no paywalls. Only thing is the swoop racing minigame is hard as fuck now.
Plus, it's great to give the 4th best story to come out of the Star Wars universe (after Episode V, Episode IV, and Episode VII) to kids who were too young to play it when it was released for desktop.
edit: as a side note, the fact that this game is on my phone makes me feel old. Because I remember being in high school and wondering if my pentium 4 would be able to handle the game.
When it comes down to it, KotoR is substantially more complex, and the same price.
Still though. I fucking loved Duck Tales. I think I'm buying it.
The cover photo game is Superbrothers Sword & Sworcery
For we who are not in the Apple universe (they're always forgetting about us).
Like u/matt_the_wombat said, I find it works better on a tablet size device than a phone. Enjoy!
Not a lot of folks mentioning Knights of the Old Republic in this thread. In my top 5 video game stories of all time, and it has the best plot twist I've ever seen in a game. Sure, it's older now, but look past the older graphics and you have a gem on your hands.
It's always cheap during steam sales, or heck, pay a little more and play it on your phone.
I just started playing Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. Classic game. Plays excellently on my Nexus 6. I got it when it was 2.99 but trust me... it is worth 9.99. 40+ hours of gameplay.
First KOTOR game with Revan and Malak. It is 11 Euros here, https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.aspyr.swkotor.
Gameplay wise Force Unleshed II feels repetitive and fast. However Starkiller is a badass.
Try the mobile ports! I can only vouch for iPad, but the game was just as good (if not better) than I remember it on the PC.
EDIT: Store links!
Knights of the old republic! So much replay!
One of the most critically acclaimed PC / Xbox releases ever. A hugely engaging story with turn based combat that makes it a great port for mobile devices as you can easily pause the game and issue all the attacks you need to, just like Final Fantasy, and then continue with the combat.
There's multiple worlds to explore in the order that you feel is the best and the best part is that your choices in game affect the outcome of the story!
I never need another game because Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic is on Android and iOS. Very well adapted for touch (though sometimes text is a bit small) and it loads and saves very easily for quick sessions on a train or toilet.
Moocha shaka packa!
For those who wish to play the game (again)
It is also available for Android -> Play Store link
The game supports cloud saving so you can switch between tablet/phone if you want to.
I would say Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic.
It’s an old Xbox game, but there’s a very good reason they brought t out in Google Play for $9.99. It’s definitely an amazing game, and if you haven’t played it before, I highly recommend it!
The first game is now on both iOS and Android:
Your mileage may vary depending on what games you like to play, but this will make your commute fly by...that and if you want to sit down on the Northbound red line at 5pm, board at Jackson
Doesn't Amazon still do something like this through their underground app? Star wars KOTR for instance is 9.99 on the play store but is free though the Amazon underground store
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
It's also on sale.
<em>Star Wars: KOTOR</em> for Android on Google Play
<em>Star Wars: KOTOR</em> for iOS on the App Store
If you have an android phone - you can play it via google play;
No idea how it runs though, i've not tried it out myself!
Yes sir. The truth is there are NO games like these freemium games (DC Unchained, Future Fight, MCOC) in the app store that are paid apps. It is because they are apps that simply have no end. That is we need to look outside the box for entertainment that won't drive you crazy with lack of updates.
It runs on phones now though, so you can finally play it on something powerful enough.
~~They did patch KOTOR, as well as add achievements (to both games)~~. Further, they also ported it to Android. It runs like a dream (in most places) on my Google Pixel.
Eh... Not quite, they're definitely getting better though. The point that we're at right now is PS2/Original Xbox era stuff: [link]
That being said, phones could run Morrowind!
The first KOTOR was GREAT, loved that game, I recently played it through again as well about a year ago. There's an Android version now for $10 and it actually works surprisingly well on a touch-screen.
I really hated the second one. I don't even remember for sure why exactly, I just remember there were a lot of lame attempts to tie in some characters in the first story (HK-47 and Canderous) but those side-plots were just left completely unfinished and hanging. And, the final battle at the end was an ENORMOUS disappointment.
Well worth the $10. It is doubly fitting for the category because it's a port of a console game anyway (well a port of the PC version of a game that was released on consoles).
I'm not sure if anyone remembers it, but there was one that came out in 2011ish called Infinity Blade that I really liked as well.
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic is on Android tablets. It was originally on the PC, and then on the original Xbox.
It is hands down, one of the greatest games I have ever played. Maybe the single best gaming story ever.
Well you were wrong and you should feel bad!!
Just kidding, lol, just wanted to point out a possible point of confusion. I'll suggest Knights of the Old Republic if you've never played it before on another platform. Also ScummVM if you've never played any of the classic lucasarts adventure games.
If you don't bother about spending some money (about 10€, don't know the price in $), and you are playing on a tablet, i'd suggest Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic (originally a PC game from 2003), ported to android about eight months ago:
It will probably also be sufficient for your next flight and the flight after.
*looks at title*
...OK then. (Yes, I see the content of the link you posted, but your title is confusing)
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Shameless Plug: And for those of you that are barrack dwellers who are looking to pass a weekend, Kotor 1 and 2 are only $9.99 (or your galactic equivalent) on Steam, and should run on most modern laptops. Additionally there is an Android and iOS versions for the same price if you don't own a computer.
Knights of the Old Republic is available on Android. Full price is $10, but it's the whole game. Hard to beat that.
A bit more than $2.60, but KotOR, Balder's Gate I and II, and Icewind Dale all have gratuitous amounts of character customization, and have the potential for 40+ hours.
KotOR is perfectly playable on a smaller screen, but for Infinity Engine games you may want a tablet, or at the very least a stylus.
edit: now that I'm home, here a few more.
In short, you're going to need to shell out a bit more cash to get yourself a lasting, worthwhile RPG on Android.
KOTOR was ported to mobile a while back
There's an Android version of it.
As a man who is not a fan of freemium but doesn't have money for a ton of games these would have to be my top selection of games (both free and paid) that I have (in no particular order):
World of Goo
Honorable Mentions (Not played often but still good games):
Terraria (Still broken and doesn't work)
MyBoy! Free (GBA)
My Old Boy! Free (GBC/GB)
SNES9x EX+ (SNES)
Dolphin Emulator (GCN/WII) ("Public Preview Release")
Been meaning to pick up Star Was KOTOR next. $10 really is the perfect amount for a giveaway. Thanks for being so awesome!
It's currently free on Amazon's Underground program.
Knights of the Old Republic is definitely worth freeing up some space while it's still on a 70% sale. [link]
I just found out Kotor 1 is available through Google play for android!
You can get Kotor on Android now. XCOM too
It's one Android now too!
FYI someone put out a mobile phone port for the first one. Works fairly well. [link]
Could be KotOR.
KOTOR și Super Mario Run pe un Huawei Mate 9.
Linking to Google play
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I've only played the first one on PC myself. They're $10 each on GOG though. I recommend playing it with flawless widescreen.
There's also an Android port of KOTOR for $5, I haven't tried it so I can't personally vouch for that version.
Star Wars™: KOTOR
Star Wars : KOTOR
KOTOR if you haven't got it yet.
There are about 3 days left on the Humble Mobile Bundle (edit: link), which has a bunch of RPGs. Here's some info on those:
KOTOR is more on the action side and there are nine different characters you can have on your team.
The two Shadowrun games, Returns and Dragonfall are turn based combat and have a bunch of pre-built classes or you can make your own. There are also a number of different characters you can get on your team.
Wayward Souls is an action RPG hack-and-slash game. There are five or six classes you can play as by unlocking them. Has some rogue-lite gameplay: somewhat randomized dungeons, random upgrades and buffs you can find, and if you die - you start over but keep the gold you found to buy permanent ability improvements.
Doom & Destiny Advanced has turn based combat. Each of the four characters has multiple classes they can be switched between. Plays kind of like an old Final Fantasy SNES game, but with dumb jokes.
Adventure Bar Story has turn based combat, but a good portion of the game is buying/selling/crafting. There are around seven characters and you use a party of up to three at a time. Note that the version on the Play Store has IAP, but the Humble Bundle one is completely without IAP.
I'm going to make another post about some tower defense games.
Whoa, I had no idea!
any emulator... psp, gba, nes, snes emulators have all worked well for me.
Paid games -
Square Enix ([link]) has ported a bunch of games that are all off line.
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Assuming we mean phone/tablet apps and we aren't given internet, probably KOTOR.
Other runners up, X-Com, Battle for Wesnoth, and Dungeon Defenders.
And a bunch of Final Fantasy ports too. Tactics: WotL does have my eye.
It is honestly hard to tell sometimes if a game offers this.
When you look at a game in the Play Store app, in between the one sentence description and the green "Read More," you may see a series of icons. If you see a grey cloud with a white up arrow inside of it, the game has cloud save through Google Play. Example, KOTOR has this. For whatever reason, if you view the Play Store website on your computer, I don't see these icons. Also annoyingly, the KOTOR game description doesn't mention cloud saves (unless I missed it).
After you upload a cloud save, you can download it on any other device that you've signed into with you Google account.
Other games offer cloud saves through their own servers. Crashlands has a feature where you can make a free account through them to get cloud saves. This actually syncs between the Android and PC versions of the game. Now, this Crashlands doesn't show the cloud save icon, probably because it's not through Google, but it is mentioned in the description.
Another one that offers cloud saves through Google is surprisingly Pixel Blacksmith, who's dev is active around here. This one has an icon and it is mentioned in the description. You do have to manually make the save.
All three of those above can be played offline, but you can't upload your cloud save until you have internet access, of course.
There are probably a number of games that require a constant internet connection and have your info saved on their servers. Sometimes you have to sign up and make an account with them.
I guess this turned into a mini rant. Sorry about that. I just wish games on Android had better automatic cloud saves.
So go play it.
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Does the Force count as magic?
Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic
It looks just as good on Android honestly. The turn based combat lends itself to mobile pretty well KOTOR
Literally just search "KOTOR" on the Play Store...
Relatively certain it still costs $10 on the Google Play Store...
Knights of the Old Republic
Also chess, on either the Chess.com app or the Lichess app.
This game was so fantastic. Now and then. It's available (and fairly well-adapted, imo) on mobile iOS and Android now. Great main story, fantastic character development, and quality gameplay.
I dare you to beat it in less than 30 hours and not want to play it again.
RPGs, KOTOR is pretty universally liked here. You can apparently get it free through an Amazon Underground app, if you want to mess with that.
TDs, I also liked Kingdom Rush and another one I enjoyed is Tiny Guardians. Premium game, no ads, no dumb stamina/energy hindering your game play time, IAPs were unnecessary to completely beat game. They were for cosmetic stuff, if I remember correctly.
Edit: here's some more RPGs
XCOM, sci-fi themed, turn based combat.
Baldur's Gate, Baldur's Gate II, and Icewind Dale. Fantasy themed, D&D RPG based, you can pause combat to kind of make it turn based, if you want.
Shadowrun Returns and Dragonfall. Mix of sci-fi and fantasy, Shadowrun RPG based. Isometric turn based combat.
Templar Battleforce. Sci-fi themed, kind of WarHammer 40k like. Top down, turn based combat. Not as much talking to NPCs type RPG elements as the other games, more of a turn based strategy.
KOTOR. It is one of my favorite RPGs of all time, and the best on the Play Store.
Star Wars: Knight's of the Old Republic
You can still play it on android!
In case you haven't seen this: [link]
Mobile version seems good to me.
Star Wars KOTOR, GTA: San Andreas and Crashlands. Thats literally 200 hours of entertainment right there (possibly infinte hours). KOTOR and GTA look demanding but can be scaled down quite nicely as both feature extensive graphics options. Crashlands will run on a toaster at this point.
It also covers most genre bases. You have free-roam, driving, shooting action in GTA. A console Bioware RPG with story and acting in KOTOR and a deep survival crafting game in Crashlands.
KOTOR is available for iPhone and Android, so you could play that on your smartphone (if you have one).
It depends on what you like. If you want to play Zelda, get a Nintendo 3DS and grab some of the Zelda games available:
Ocarina of Time 3D
A Link Between Worlds
Majora's Mask 3D
You can also download other Zelda games via the Nintendo Virtual Console market place.
A completely different option would be buying a PlayStation Vita. You might actually like Persona 4 Golden, which is only available on that console.
Rolled Force Adept. Are we assuming d20 system style abilities for that? My odds of survival are going to heavily depend on what level I can reach in 2 years.
Are we allowed to acquire equipment in the 2 years of "training"?
My presumption is that if I starting out as a Force Adept in the Old Republic era, I'm probably going to end up as Jedi.
I don't have a lot of relevant starting equipment IRL. The best thing to take would probably be my cell phone, and assume I have KOTOR for Android installed on it, just in case I end up at exactly that point in the timeline. For weapons, I'd probably bring a katana and utility knife, but hopefully I could upgrade to a lightsaber and/or blaster during the 2 years of training. If I don't get Jedi training, I'd probably take a blaster and a virboblade.
Challenge 1: I close the cell door and use Force Illusion to trick the ghouls into leaving the area (if possible) or fighting each other (if that's not plausible). Since they're feral, this probably would not be too challenging. If any of them manage to bust inside, I should be able to handle them one at a time with a blaster and/or a Force Imbued melee weapon.
Challenge 2: Much trickier. Assuming my force senses alert me to danger before I go into the room, I can probably use Force Illusion again here.
Challenge 3: I can probably Force Jump to the lever directly, potentially Force Pushing anything in my way.
Challenge 4: Depends on the arena. I'd probably want to immediately Force Jump to something too high for them to reach and use my blaster. If I don't have a blaster, Force Crush would probably work.
Challenge 5: I probably get completely stomped here. I'd probably open by getting as much distance as possible with Force Jump, speed, etc. Best odds after that are probably to use Force Friendship on Kratos and hope he'll tank for me while I make friends as many of the others as possible. Sincerely doubt I'd make it through this, but it depends a lot on how powerful of a Force user I am. If we're talking Level 20 Adept that has played through the events of KOTOR, I've got a shot.
Challenge 6: Force Friendship on Superman while Batman runs interference. If I can succeed at this, he can probably get the others to stop fighting until we can discuss a peaceful solution to the situation.
My odds of clearing it are proportionate to my level; at level 1, my odds are virtually nil. At level 20, I think I'd have a fighting chance, since mind-altering powers would probably work on virtually any of the targets.
Star wars: Knights Of The Old Republic is so much fun. I can't say enough about it, but if you like good story telling this game is for you.
Sword and Sworcery is also very fun. Has a very good music soundtrack and is pretty laid back.
The last of my favorite 3 is You Must Build A Boat. Just a fun game, much more satisfying than one would expect.
Exactly man, Android Edition!!! [link]
Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic - Its the full port - only $10... worth the purchase
Just in case you have an Android. I don't think 2 has been released yet, though.
Also worth noting: Kotor is on android and iOS
If people still want to discover it, it has been released recently on Android link .
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Star Wars™: KOTOR.
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Also available on mobile
I always have on eye on it for Android but I'm almost positive it would make me miss my train station.
Damn, that's pretty amazing!! I'm glad Aspyr didn't keep it as an iOS exclusive!
I'm surprised no one suggested KOTOR yet
Those >>>>>>KOTOR. KOTOR never even ran (still doesn't) on any PC I've put it on. Is SKOTOR or AKOTOR any more likely to run?
free you say?
It been out for android for months.