Guest Post: Best Android RPGs You’ve Never Played

Best RPGs for Android in 2013

There are tons of roleplaying games for Android devices. In fact, there are so many games it is definitely difficult to figure out which ones are worth downloading. Any gamer knows that not all roleplaying games are created equal. Some role playing games are better than others. While there are many awesome games available, there are also games that are duds. The following is a complete list of some of the hottest roleplaying games for Android devices that are currently available. You will never play another boring roleplaying game if you stick to the games mentioned in the list below.

 

 

Pocket LegendsPocket Legends is hands down one of the most entertaining and exciting MMORPGs currently available for Android devices. This 3D source of addiction will leave you hooked for hours, days, possibly weeks. This game is the largest mobile MMORPG game to date. Gather with other fantasy fans in a humid swamp, a sweeping mountain top or a dark and dreary dungeon. The power of choice is back in the hands of the players. Pocket Legends will seriously leave you hooked. This game has received some rave reviews from fans. The graphics get you hooked and the game play keeps you coming back for more. It is easy to get addicted to this game.

Pocket Legends

 

Symphony of Eternity – You remember the old Pokémon games for the Nintendo Gameboy system? This game has a lot in common with that, but with a better storyline. Fight with legendary weapons in a fantasy land full of danger and mystery. Monsters are waiting around every turn. Be ready for full-fledged drama in this stunning game. This game has received stellar reviews from players. The graphics and sound effects are fantastic. If you are ready for an adventure of a lifetime you can count on this game to deliver it.

Symphony of Eternity

 

Inotia 3: Children of CarniaInotia 3: Children of Carnia is nothing short of beautiful. Gameplay is spectacular and leaves gamers craving more. This game has won second place in 2011 at the Best Apps Ever Awards. This is quite an honor. You must save the lives of the ones that you love in Carnia. You must embark on a warrior’s adventure. This has an organized party system that allows players to build a six-class system. This game has received rave reviews from players.

Inotia 3: Children of Carnia

 

Order and Chaos OnlineOrder and Chaos Online will simply leave you hooked. This is hands down one of the best role playing games for Android devices. This game is something like World of Warcraft, but a bit different. The storyline will leave you intrigued and the graphics are nothing short of spectacular. This 3D game will leave you feeling like a hero in no time. Gamers should be aware that they need a wi-fi connection and Game Live account in order to enjoy this one of a kind game. Do not miss out on a moment of the action. This game brings tons of players together in one epic battle for good of all.

Order and Chaos Online

 

Zenonia 4Zenonia 4 will not leave you disappointed in any way. In fact, it will only leave you craving more. This 2D game has a storyline that enchants you from the very first frame. This game is not just great for Android tablet gaming. The graphics also look just as fantastic on Android phones. An evil that is ancient and despicable has come to take lives and rule the world. You must put a stop to it. This game leaves nothing to be desired.

Zenonia 4

 

 

Jason Phillips wrote this guest article. He always adds the best content to his article which is unique and written in his own way. He is also hired by zombiegames365.com as a regular contributor.

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6 Responses to “Guest Post: Best Android RPGs You’ve Never Played”

  1. March 6, 2013 at 11:46 am #

    Ummm, as much as I appreciate the filtering effects of web-blogs and journalists (as the number of Android games are staggering), this “article” could easily have been supplanted by a simple list. So, what exactly is the difference between Symphony of Eternity and Inotia 3? What makes them better than the average shovelware Android RPG? What kinds of gameplay do they feature? Where do they follow the RPG formulas slavishly and where do they break the molds in an new or creative way?

    In other words, what is the point of your “article”? Telling me that the gameplay is “addictive” is just as worthless as reading a promo piece on the Play Store. Some details would actually make this content useful. Otherwise, a list of the “best” 10 RPGs on Android has as much utility as this article and is less annoying…

    • April 22, 2014 at 6:47 pm #

      I was thinking this exact same thing while reading this. All he really said is “You should download this because the graphics are good.”

  2. March 6, 2013 at 7:05 pm #

    I haven’t even done that much digging and I knew about all of these games. Zenonia and Inotia for example are quite popular and well known so don’t really fit the article’s headline.

    They are decent games though. Nowhere near the top tier games on real handheld systems, but nice diversions and better than angry birds.

  3. March 28, 2013 at 8:35 pm #

    Great article. Don’t pay attention to the fool who is complaining. Some people just like to bitch. You can’t win with them.

    • May 1, 2013 at 5:07 pm #

      I don’t really like your attitude. Sure, they may have been a little harsh on Jason, but everybody is entitled to their own opinion and we enjoy hearing criticism on our articles here at The Indie Mine so that we can improve for future articles.

      Please, just relax.

  4. April 22, 2013 at 1:58 pm #

    How do articles as poorly written as this one even get published? If English isn’t Jason Phillip’s first language then it’s partially forgiven, but even then the article reads like PR with zero substance. Insultingly so.

    As for the content, many of these “games I’ve never played” could be found in the Google Store’s top games section, and at least their promotional descriptions don’t sound like they were written by a child who learned to read from the internet.

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