If you like any of the Civilization games, this game is a great mobile version of that. Great graphics, fun gameplay, multiplayer, local pass and play, and great strategy which adds replay-ability.
Got my wife, brother, and best friend playing it, it's fun!
This is straight out of /r/lewronggeneration. A great pc strategy game scaled down for mobile? No way that could happen today.
Antiyoy. It's a territory game where you build defense towers, farms for money, and different strength units to attack/gain territory. Everything is very simple and passive - the only thing you do with buildings is build them, and with units is move them. It's very fun, somewhat challenging, and 100% free, without ads.
There's a Reddit for the developer: r/yiotro_games
Here's a link for the Android store to download.
Sorry just wanted to rant about this, it's crazy what some even paid games are doing. I'm the developer of the game, I've been working on it for years. Happy to answer any questions you have.
The game is here - Is a paid game but there is also a demo.
Hey. Developer here, yes the game is old, it will be 3 years in February. I've been struggling to come up with a new game, but just have a few failed prototypes. I did a small update over the weekend, as I wanted to add a new character I had been sitting on for quite a while and wanted to improve the controls some more, as well as do a little Christmas theme for it.
I do apologize for the ads and IAPs, but it's what keeps me from finding a real job and makes it possible for me to to make another game.
p.s my favourite mobile game is Polytopia if you haven't already, get that game!
Since no link was provided, Vainglory Play Store Link, and here is a link to android police's Vainglory mini-review
Also, my nomination won :D
Edit: OP added the play store links, leaving for reference
I've been playing The Battle of Polytopia Super fun game, it's kinda like Civilization but more built around being able to be played on Android, I prefer it over Civ Rev 2. Also, Solitairica It fulfills my want for an adventure and card game, I would definitely recommend it if you like solitaire or card games in general.
I have been really enjoying Subterfuge. It's a multiplayer strategy game that takes a good week or so to finish. Very rewarding and a ton of fun. The community is strong and there seem to always be a good number of open games to join.
This list is missing one of my favorite android games of all time, antiyoy. It's from the same developer of Achikaps.
Battle of Polytopia is my current obsession. It's like a mixture of Advance Wars and Civilization. There are no obnoxious ads but you do have to put down at least $.99 (super cheap) to play multiplayer. Single player is free and comes with around 5 tribes to choose from.
It was released a few weeks ago for PC and finally it's also available for Android. When you bought the original, you just have to update the app (hope it's available internationally, I'm from Germany btw). Have fun, I'll start playing now :)
Subterfuge is pretty great. It's played in real-time, so moves can take hours and it gives the other players a lot of time to strategize but not a lot of time to react. It's easy to obsess over. It supports private games.
I haven't played Antiyoy so I don't know if there's a timer or other limitation but it supports up to 7 players and is very highly rated.
I am addicted to Polytopia . Free on Android, it is literally a teeny tiny Civilization game. No pay to win, (Paying just unlocks new tribes which is just cosmetic). Each match lasts 20-40 min. real time, no idler mechanic nonsense.
This isn't co-op but if you only play with friends (and you set some ground rules like 'alliances are fine but please don't always gang up as 4 to take out Bob first') then Subterfuge could suit you guys.
It's been mentioned a lot before but Polytopia has been scratching a nice strategy-game itch I've had for a while. Almost like a mini Civ or AoE. It's pretty short and simple but it's nice, good graphics and pleasant sounds, really has me hooked from the start. It's satisfying to pop in and defeat an empire or two for a quick ego boost. ;) Definitely give it a go!
Dungeon Boss is another decent one I've found. Games like this have been done plenty of times before but this is a great example of the genre, a well polished but simple turn based strategy RPG, good graphics and lots of heroes to collect. PvP too which is actually pretty great!
Have a look at Out there Omega while it's not exactly like FTL it capture the basic principle of trying to survive flying your spaceship through sectors.
Battlestation: Harbinger (Google Play)(Apple App Store)
There's also a really good mobile version on Android for $2 that I recommend. (I don't have an iPhone so I don't know if there's an iOS port.)
An indie RTS with old-school throwbacks to C&C and Total Annihilation games. Also and originally available on Android via the Google Play Store. Price is an historical low.
I have been playing quite a bit of Polytopia lately. It's great fun, but I can tell it will get repetitive soon. I have bought a few of the different clans and don't regret the money spent at all.
I have also been playing a bit of Gunhouse because its bat shit crazy and very charming.
Edit: added links
I haven't played this game in a long time, these must be newer units, I haven't seen them before. It's a good game, it's on sale right now on Steam. It was originally an Android game:
Also on sale on Google Play from £3.79 to £0.89 for masochists with android devices :)
You can probably tell that I'm jokingly trying to warn that it's hard and luck plays a significant part but many will find it a worthwhile experience at this reduced price.
If you're on the look out for something FTL-like, try Battlevoid Harbinger. Currently has 75% off, and I've had tonnes of replay value from it.
Besides Battlestation: Harbinger this is one of the most difficult games I've played on Android.
Both use semi-randomly-generated maps and both are about space exploration. So I guess it's just that space exploration is a hard thing and these games are being fair to their theme.
I've been playing Monster Hunter World on my PC. It's cool, I'm about 30 hours in and already reached high-rank. The game is massively easier and much simpler than previous entries, but the loop is still addictive and the world is still surprising my with its design and scale. Now all my friends are playing Generations Ultimate though, which looks to be far better in general.
On mobile I've been totally addicted to The Battle of Polytopia which has become an absolute killer app for me. It's a surface-simple turn-based strategy that I just can't pull myself away from! Check it out: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=air.com.midjiwan.polytopia&hl=en_US
> EDIT: I wish there was an android tablet version. I would be on that like flies on shit.
Actually there's a pretty similar game on Android called Battlevoid: Harbinger. It's a rogue-like in space where you upgrade your ship, weapons, shields, drones, etc. It's 75% off right now, but you could always buy it, try it for like 10 minutes and refund it if you don't like it.
I'll say it's not as good as FTL, but if you're really into the genre it's one of the better ones you'll find on Android.
If you want a light mobile 4X with a simple interface that works great with a phone, I really like Battle of Polytopia. Plus it's free
Any questions, feedback, feature requests welcome. (Also happy to give out the full version free if you PM me)
from the app description:
Rusted Warfare is an Android RTS inspired by classic real-time strategy games such as Total Annihilation and Command and Conquer. Features: -A pure RTS with no microtransactions and no DRM -Online and offline multiplayer over wifi and mobile networks -Campaign, skirmish, survival, and challenge missions, with full AI -A range of land, air, and sea units for balanced gameplay -Experimental units for the endgame battles -Fast interface: Issue commands through the minimap, multi-touch support, unit groups, rally points -Strategic zoom feature: Zoom out to view and issue commands across the whole battlefield -Save and load games including multiplayer games for the quick lunch time battle -Reconnect disconnected multiplayer games -Create and load your own custom levels (see forums for details) -Scales from phones to large screen tablets -USB keyboard and mouse support
Full version: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.corrodinggames.rts
I loved playing Battle of Polytopia when I was in hospital - quite good turn-based strategy game that is available for free and can be played against the CPU or other people (local for free, online is paid). Will definitely be fun for the first rounds until you get the hang of it and it gets easier.
I think that matters if there's a cost of entry for the title. I'm okay with free and paying to remove ads, but designing a game with obvious grind or RNG mechanics, with paid bypasses (or worse, just chances to bypass) are things that are terrible for all parties except those aiming to profit.
The best mobile game I've enjoyed is The Battle of Polytopia (on iPad, too). Free to try, with extra factions costing $1~$3. Each additional faction not only adds variety but you can increase the number of total factions on the map. It's great trade off and I've spent loads of hours playing it.
Summoners War is the only game that I've played and not felt completely overrun with special packs, but that, too, got bad after a year of play and hitting a grind wall. Pokemon Go is my only real F2P app, but that's more something to do while walking to places.
Edit: I've played the most popular "Clash of" titles, and those are just obvious "cash to compete" titles, so I bounced out quickly. Coworkers were sinking hundreds a month to "keep up".
Give The Battle of Polytopia a try. It's like a simplistic CIV game. It's a 4X game that feels very balanced and polished. It is free with IAP, but you don't have to buy any to have a great time. Don't let the looks fool you, it really is fun with good animations, sound, and mechanics.
The Battle For Polytopia is a great little turn-based civilisation builder, I played it with my boyfriend for a few hours at the airport when we travelled last month. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=air.com.midjiwan.polytopia
C'est terrible, j'ai trouvé un bon 4X pour Android.
Ma productivité est à son plus bas : je vais me brosser les dents ? Oh, je peux bien me faire un petit tour pendant le brossage avec l'autre main. Résultat : brossage de dents = 10 minutes. Je vais déposer des amis à la piscine ? Oh, c'est une bonne occasion pour faire 2-3 tours. Résultat = 30 minutes.
Bref, si vous aussi vous voulez perdre votre vie, c'est là. Vous attendez pas à la profondeur de Civ6, mais c'est quand même très bien fait.
Attualmente il mio giochino del momento è Polytopia. Praticamente un Civilization ripensato per il mobile, difficile il giusto e molto carino.
TIL criticizing a game for being falsely advertised for 4 years, missing a lot of those features, and taking this long to be just a copy of Out There on android by Mi Clos, with a 3d screenshot generator on top of it = hate.
Currently playing Battlestation: Harbinger (which is 50% off now on Play Store). I really liked it, it's a space opera where you have a spaceship (you can have up to three ships together as a fleet) and fight your way through a randomly-generated star map. It's cool, I like the freedom you get in choosing your strategy and upgrading your ships. Also the space battles look good!
Dev says there will be a "huge" content upgrade in a couple months.
Does anybody knows good RTS game (like in good old times, Constructor, settlers, C&C) with no need of every day logging just for causal gaming?
Thanks to you I have already bought Battlestation: Harbinger it is generaly ok, but there is just few weapon upgrades and story is poor.
Currently I'm playing The Battle of Polytopia (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=air.com.midjiwan.polytopia). It's round based (nice if you have to fill in involuntary breaks while compiling) and ok. I'd like to have a fresher civilization though, it's a bit simple.
Try vainglory, a MOBA game just like Arena of Valor. The player isn't as many as the other MOBA games but the communities are still active. I think this game has one of the best graphic and the most fair gameplay of all related games on play store.
The type of game you're looking for is an RTS. I have not played it, but the one that I see touted here as "the best RTS on Android" is Rusted Warfare. Microtransactions and the like plague other f2p RTS games, but this one supposedly is a one time purchase and is a solid game to boot. Iron Marines is also a solid choice, made by the same folks that do the kingdom rush series.
Unfortunately haven't found any alternative to this one. Besides being a Civilization game I love the animations and I've never seen a game like that anywhere.
I've been hoping to pick up Civilization Revolution 2 so I can scratch that Civ itch, I'd get Civ 6 but spend far less time gaming on PC than I'd like.
Unfortunately not many people pay (up front) full, or even half, game prices on mobile platforms. Though it's not completely unheard of
Rusted Warfare is great. It's not a super deep game but it's also quite fun, it has everything you'd want from a retro RTS game (including multiplayer).
Theres also Esenthel but I haven't played this one yet.
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The Battle of Polytopia. It's turn-based strategy compressed down to the absolute minimum, yet it's insanely polished, enjoyable and addictive. Polytopia has a very clear UI, an easy to learn, hard to master gameplay loop, pleasant art, a remarkably well thought out tech tree and some of the best random map generation I've ever seen.
The base game is free, larger maps and more tribes cost money. There are no other microtransactions - you pay for each new tribe (with different starting tech and art, but there are also special tribes that play radically different) and the more tribes you have purchased, the larger maps can be (and larger maps can house more players, of course). As soon as you have purchased one tribe, online multiplayer gets unlocked, but offline multiplayer (labeled "Pass & Play" in the game), the kind you are looking for, is free for everyone.
What surprised me the most about this game is for how long I've been playing it: Several years now, almost every day for a few minutes, which is quite remarkable. There is no other game I've played this much over the course of several decades of gaming.
I would have to go with XCom. It's a good port of an excellent PC game (from a great series). I played it a lot on PC and then redid everything on mobile because I liked the game so much.
It might be better on a tablet, but it was a lot of fun and perfectly playable on my phone. (Which was either an HTC One (M8) or Samsung Galaxy S7; I forget which one.)
(I know you said, "one," but in case XCom isn't your cup of tea I'll throw in another: Vampire's Fall: Origins. It's a very well done third-person turn-based RPG.)
Thats a cool list!
Harbinger should be added, its like a smaller pc quality game. Not as huge as some listed here but pretty solid.
I got a lot a miles out of a civilization like game called Polytopia. It is a turn based game, so interruptions are ok. And you can listen to something else, like music, podcasts, or audiobooks to pass the time too.
Pas du tout, voici le lien. Gratuit, 4 tribus dedans, et ensuite il faut payer pour les autres tribus. Ce qui laisse le temps de se faire la main sur une version gratuite, et permet de récompenser le super boulot réalisé si jamais on accroche au jeu. Pour un prix tout à fait raisonnable (5-6 tribus à 1€, 2-3 autres entre 2 et 3€). En aucun cas un pay to win d'ailleurs, une des tribus gratuites est une, si ce n'est la meilleure du jeu, et les 3 autres sont largement viables en pve comme en multi.
My favourites tend to be as you describe, playable in short bursts and so can be put down and picked up whenever. We'll ignore my ongoing and somewhat surprising obsession with pubg mobile.
Try any of the following, they play well in short bursts and generally dont dick you about if you have to close your screen for a couple of hours.
linkme: data wing, frozen synapse, harbinger, king oddball, xcom : ew
I see Pixel Dungeon has already been mentioned, it's about as perfect a put down/pick up game as you can get. I definitely recommend Shattered Pixel Dungeon over the original though, Shattered keeps the enjoyment and add's load of extra content with out the anti-fun additions of the original.
Edit: wrong harbinger...
Frozen synapse is wicked, if you like that you might enjoy doorkickers too.
Also note it's linked the wrong harbinger, use this link
Vainglory, available on both platforms, don't know if it's cross platform though. 3v3 matches are fast.
Heroes Evolved, available on both platforms but don't think it's cross platform. Valley of War matches are pretty fast.
Polytopia - r/Polytopia
Gladiabots - r/Gladiabots
Someone is probably just going to direct you over to r/AndroidGaming.
I suppose it depends on what type of game you like. A nice little time waster is Polytopia
Kingdom Rush and Maestria
Wallabag (le type à l'origine du projet est français je crois)
Out there omega, très bon jeu
The Battle of Polytopia: It's Civilization condensed down to its absolute minimum, but there is still a remarkable amount of depth hidden beneath a layer of minimalism and purposeful simplicity. I've been playing it for more than a year now, almost every day. The base game is free (and will keep you busy for days at the very least), but you can purchase more tribes, with each additional tribe unlocking a larger map size with more enemy tribes. There are two modes: One with a turn limit and one without. Each tribe has one technology unlocked from your start (which influences your early game strategy) and different looking units and music, as well as different starting biomes, but all tribes are identical apart from that, except for the Aquarions, which have a few unique units (and cost money). There's a large tech tree and outstanding procedurally generated maps, with each feeling absolutely unique.
Nice low-poly look, excellent balancing, extremely addicting gameplay. It's singleplayer and local multiplayer only. The only real issue with it I have is performance: It's very RAM-hungry and tends to run slow and unstable during longer matches on large maps, even on powerful devices. However, since the game saves after each turn, you never really lose any progress.
Battlevoid: Harbinger is about as close as I have come to an ftl like game on Android. It lacks in some spots like lack of random story elements, but it has a decent rng quality to it that it will make the repetitive story not seem so bad. I've also found Battlevoid: Sector Siege pretty entertaining as well, but again lacking in story elements. I would definitely suggest playing normal to hard for a much more challenging time.
This game seems highly inspired (to the point where it almost feels like a copy) on the Kingdom Rush series. If you like this game you'll love Kindom Rush.
Recently started playing Battle of Polytopia. It's free, although it does have IAP for extra armies. The IAPs are definitely not needed.
I've been playing it on my commute to and from work and it's quite enjoyable.
That is a lot cheaper than I usually get offered. When I see them it is usually ~$5.
Kingdom Rush If anyone is curious - great game. The heroes are completely optional.
Harbinger is pretty decent gameplay wise. However, it entirely lacks a story. (space RTS)
Linkme: Battlevoid Harbinger
edit: Linked it myself cause the bot won't do it for some reason.
Out There: Ω Edition for $0.99. Out There Chronicles for $0.99
Its currently in beta but I've played it with 0 issues, the 30 turn mode is good for a quick game to scratch that civ itch.
I agree. I'm sorry that you will have to wait longer:( It's only because my pc died that we got it on PS4. It seems some people can be very er...tribal when it comes to platform. There's no need for it.
So..I can send you all a virtual hug. I don't know how to do the little emoji things unfortunately, so you will just need to use your imagination.
PS. Someone recommended a phone game called Out There. You may have heard of it already, but if you haven't - this is a fantastic distraction/warm up for NMS.
So, you got my sympathy, an imaginary hug and a game recommendation. :p
You and every other RTS fan in the world... :( there just aren't a lot of choices for us, and even fewer that are worth playing. I recently downloaded Rusted Warfare, it had a free version too. It's not the prettiest, and deals with modern/futuristic units rather than medieval units, but it's in active development and has the best controls and overall RTS feel of any RTS game I've played on Android. It's very simplified compared to AoE/AoM, but if plays well.
I would kill for a proper port of AoE2, AoM, or even the original StarCraft.
Dumb question: Any reason in particular the trailer on Google Play is using a mouse pointer? I mean, that's not the PC version, is it?
The mobile games I've played to any great degree don't have such a thing. And I do play some mobile games. Just curious.
A note on the UI screen: the ship inventory looks like it's inspired by Out There, an absolutely fantastic narrative-driven space survival game. You have slots, and hold materials in those slots; but upgrades take up slots too, so you have to manage your inventory and choose between resources or upgrades. Should get very interesting with lots of late-game upgrades and elements being juggled.
Looks like an interesting game. Really digging the soundtrack in the trailer. But for some reason it feels like I'd enjoy this more on mobile - can anyone comment on how the Android version plays and feels?
Out There is really good. It's only a few bucks too. It's a cool space rogue like/strategy/resource management game.
Story is: you are stuck far away from Earth and need to get back.
Edit: Play store link
No, Reddit is my go to.
But, if you truly want a little bit of an addiction, try this.
Over 1000 games into it, and still addicted. No ads, full game free, IAP isn't required unless you want to.
Ich habe auf dem weg ins Büro immer Antiyoy gespielt. Ist ein simples Strategie Spiel, kein Pay2Win aber auch keine Action und sehr einfaches Design.
Android games aren't normally mentioned here, but The Battle of Polytopia, or Polytopia for short is worth considering. It's a civ-lite game on mobile, accessible to pretty much almost anyone, and I believe only requires 1 ingame purchase of a civilisation to enable multiplayer? (Can't remember if that's correct, you're gonna have to check.)
I would say the only issues with it is that is not as broad as PC 4X games, victory conditions are limited to Domination or highest scoring player within a set number of turns. But it is mobile, quick and accessible, good for those who would like to play a substantial game on mobile, while not being a total time sink. Free to play too, so all are welcome to try it out before considering making purchases for other Civs that have different units/ buildings, and their newer Civs even have different ways of expanding their empire etc.
I want to add Subterfuge to the list of games that fit your description pretty well.
It is a free mobile game so that will probably scare a few people away but spending money does not give any direct power-ups, the only thing that comes close to p2w is that it makes handling large armies a little bit easier because it allows you to queue more commands.
Now that we got the mobile-game stigmata out of the way: It's best described as a very slow free-for-all RTS where a match takes roughly between 1 and 2 weeks (with their regular ruleset). There is only one winner at the end but there are (usually) 8 contenders and attacking someone leaves you open to be attacked yourself. This means that raw skill is rarely good enough to win you matches on its own. For the roughly two weeks a match will go on people will inevitably forge alliances. Alliances or Pacts are nothing but a written promise somewhere in the chat-logs, usually privately, so not everyone will always stick to what was discussed.
As mentioned earlier, you don't have to be online through the entire match but I can't recommend the game if you won't be able to put in 10 minutes a day to plan the next 24 hours and to check if anything major requires your attention a few times during the day. Especially as the game goes into its later stages not being gone for an entire day surely helps to get a bit higher in the standings or secure your rank.
I'd say the BEST way to play Civ on a Chromebook would be simply this, official App:
I was hooked on a game called antiyoy. Although It's more like a very simplified version of civilization series.
Definitely. If you're not set on F2P games, these are your go-tos.
XCom is just tactical, with very few RPG elements. It's got tons of turn-based tactical combat, though.
If you want a tactical RPG, Final Fantasy Tactics is the game, regardless of platform. There are all sorts of available character classes, the job system means you can mix and match different class' abilities, it's got a fairly involved storyline, and there are lots and lots of different battles to fight.
Rusted Warfare is a fun RTS I'm playing occasionally. It supports up to 10 players, has AI, is cross-platform with PC and (IIRC) iOS support and contains no IAPs/ads. You should check it out!
antiyoy é como um civ extremamente minimalista
é offline, não tem ads e é gratuito. Ja instalei ele faz meses e ainda não enjoei
Polytopia on Android has been a bit of fun. It's all about destroying opponents in the map, but if you put the difficulty to easy, you can just focus on really simple resource management and just placing stuff around.
Not exactly what you're looking for, but you might find it playable. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=air.com.midjiwan.polytopia&hl=en
The Battle of Polytopia
If you are on android (which it looks like you are from your link), you could try my RTS: Rusted Warfare - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.corrodinggames.rts
-- From the store page --
Rusted Warfare is an fully featured RTS inspired by classic real-time strategy games such as Total Annihilation and Command and Conquer.
• A pure RTS with no microtransactions and no DRM
• Online and offline multiplayer over wifi and mobile networks
• Over 40+ unique land, air, and sea units for balanced gameplay
Yeah, it's English. Maybe other languages too, but I played a 100% English version.
Looks like the above link has a Brazil country code at the end.
Try this link:
I've heard that Out There: Ω Edition is kind of similar. I've never played either game, though, so I can't confirm.
Right now it's also available in the Humble Mobile Bundle for $4.74
Linkme: Out There: Ω Edition
Not sure on the spec requirements, I run a little overkill so I haven't worried about it. Steam pages should have min/recommended specs.
As for Android, I don't do much phone gaming. But here are two I've played before that are at least in the ballpark, but still significantly different than the Steam games above.
The Battle of Polytopia: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=air.com.midjiwan.polytopia&hl=it
Exiled Kingdoms: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.fdgames.ek.android&hl=it
If you just want something like Civ, there's Civilization Revolution 2 which I played a lot a couple years ago. I don't remember much, but it was nice and fun.
I'll second this. It's one of 3 games that has successfully gotten me to part with money on android. (I'm still holding out on buying that 1 expensive civ though)
The rebuild series might be worth looking into as well. Well made games Rebuild 3 I think is the latest, it's a must install whenever I switch phones.
Battlevoid: Harbringer is the closest I've found to the FTL feel because if your last ship dies, it's game over. The ship management and gameplay are very different from FTL, so it may not be exactly what you're looking for. You can find or buy modules like FTL. It's a great game though. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=fi.bugbyte.harbinger&hl=en
For a game that really hits the sweet spot on Android, check out Rusted Warfare.
This is a RTS in the classic sense but with its own personality and feel. Works great on tablets with a friend when you are out on vacation or just want to play without leaving bed :) Its not a port either (tho many of the ports out there are very good.)
There are a lot of good games that are Unity-based or exist on ios and Android. So I'm discounting those. Also a lot of games that are heavily promoted but are all based on IAP (the "free" games). Can't stand these.
I really like these two. The battlevoid you have more "liberty" and it's kind like Faster Than Light game.
Well the first one is free. It just has IAPs stuff like unlocking heroes faster and some spell like items you can also buy with gold you get just playing. So if you aren't interested in spending anything, could start with that one.
The other two are better in that they have more varied levels, different mechanics, and I think more interesting heroes. Those are $2 USD and $3 USD and have similar IAP options.