Top 25 Android RPGs | Best Android Role-playing Mobile Games

25. Opening our list of the best Android RPGs
is Pocket Mortys Of all the possible universes, we’re in the
one with the crazy, Rick and Morty themed RPG. A mix between pokemon and the controversial
television show, find yourself the Mortiest Morty in the infinite universes and use their
powers to battle against the disposable bunch. It’s a squanching experience as you try
your best to take down all the rival Ricks out there. Everyone needs a Pocket Morty in their phones! It has a PlayScore of 8.43. 24. Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes Muster all your midichlorians and try your
hand at the force with this RPG based in the beloved Star Wars universe. With a wide range of characters from the entire
cinematic universe, create the ultimate party of rebels and imperials in a real-time battle
for cosmic supremacy. There’s hundreds of content from each film,
letting you customize and tweak your favorite characters as you please. Ready your sabers, and dive into your own
pocket Star Wars universe. It has a PlayScore of 8.44. 23. EGGLIA: Legend of the Redcap Enter the enchanted world of Egglia and join
a lovely redcap as she carries the yoke of saving the world. Aid the lovely elf as she ventures around
the oval universe, one egg planet at a time. Chat with Brownies, Dwarves, and Gremlins,
and battle against monsters using the powers of magical sprites. It’s a charming storybook world that you’ll
surely want to come back to. It has a PlayScore of 8.52. 22. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Considered one of the best Star Wars games
ever made, it’s the fulfillment of every fans dreams to have this gem on their phones. Released in 2003, the graphics might feel
a little outdated, but it keeps the heart of the series at its core. Take your side in the battle of light and
dark, and use its mobile-optimized controls to grant your enemies peace by the light of
your saber. It has a PlayScore of 8.54. 21. Shadowrun Returns After a successful campaign on kickstarter,
Harebrained Schemes grants us the triumphant return of the 90s cult classic. It’s a faithful rendition of the original,
complete with a modernized look and its signature isometric perspective. Travel forwards to the year 2054 and enter
an atmospheric cyberpunk fantasy with elves, trolls, and magical technology. It has a PlayScore of 8.55. 20. Guild of Dungeoneering Master the dungeons in this doodle-filled
journey that’s packed with oodles of fun. Guild of Dungeoneering puts a twist on the
usual turn-based mechanics, letting you control the pathways of the pencil-sketched dungeons
instead of your own hero. Build your own journey using the cards you’re
dealt with, making sure your choices wont spell your guild’s untimely demise. Play your cards right, and bring your heroes
to the halls of victory. It has a PlayScore of 8.56. 19. Arcane Legends MMO-Action RPG After their successful pocket legends, Spacetime
Games gave us yet another polished RPG that’s jampacked with all the MMO excitement. Set in a cartoony medieval realm, choose your
hero from among barbarians, archers, mages and so much more. Use their individual skills to take down the
epic bosses that roam the land’s many dungeons. Bring along some friends, or take on the action
with your adorable pets. It’s one of the best MMOs on the mobile, and
it has a PlayScore of 8.58. 18. Mecha Ace This thrilling interactive novel will have
you excercising your overpowered imaginations. Written by Paul Wang, you control your text-based
destiny with every choice you make. Jump into the cockpit of gigantic robots,
and play your role in a massive, interstellar battle. While it doesn’t have the flash of most RPGs,
it’s compelling storylines will draw you in the tensions of the imaginary world. It has a PlayScore of 8.58. 17. Postknight Take a trip to the land of Kurestal and fulfill
the duties of an underappreciated profession in classic RPG fashion. What might be one of the cutest games on the
mobile puts you in the shoes of a mailman in a fictional medieval world. Brave harsh storms, fight against ferocious
monsters, and do whatever you can to deliver the citizens precious packages. You might even find the love of your life
on the way. It has a PlayScore of 8.61. 16. Knights of Pen & Paper +1 This role-playing game brings the magic of
tabletop gaming to the mobile, and it does it with style. Create your party of adventurers and join
the dedicated GM as he takes you on a perilous quest around the 16bit fantasy world. Prepare to flirt with Lady Luck as you go
through dice roll after dice roll to decide your fate. Take quests from lovely NPCs, fight against
fantastical beasts, and hope you don’t get ambushed on the way. It’s all your favorite tabletop tropes in
one, and it has a PlayScore of 8.61. 15. Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition The ground up remake of the classic 1998 RPG
makes its way to the mobile platforms with grace and style. It’s the definitive experience of this Dungeons
and Dragons based world, with graphical enhancements, gameplay additions, as well as its Tales of
the Sword Coast expansion. Create a personalized adventure with your
very own customizable hero and explore the land of Sword Coast along with a party of
allies. It has a playScore of 8.62. 14. Super Awesome Quest That name is no marketing scheme, because
this game definitely lives up to the hype. Take on superawesome quests with the their
super awesome characters as they battle various monsters in token flipping style. Team up with Greg the Paladin, Val the Valkyrie,
and Mag the Mage and unleash power attacks with their killer combos. With no energy bars to worry about, it’s an
adventure you wont want to put down. It has a PlayScore of 8.62. 13. Dead Trigger 2 Pull the trigger against the viral threats
in MADFINGER’s thrilling zombie game. A sequel to the successful Dead Trigger game,
join the ranks of a Global Resistance and travel around the world to contain the spread
of the deadly virus. It’s gruelling escape after gruelling escape
as you travel across 10 regions all over the world. Use an array of thirty different weapons,
from the precise slashes of the Katana, to the chaotic explosions of heavy artillery. It has a PlayScore of 8.63. 12. FINAL FANTASY IX for Android Out of Square Enix’s many Final Fantasy ports
to the Android, this one stood tall among the rest. Return to the war torn lands of Gaia, and
join Zidane Tribal as he takes on the kidnapping of Alexandria’s princess. Watch the story unfold in one of the first
FF titles to be given the 3 dimensional treatment. With so much care taken to bring the title
to the mobile, Zidane and his crew has never looked better. It has a PlayScore of 8.64. 11. Wayward Souls Noodlecake follows up their Mage Gauntlet
success with a brand new action adventure game set in a dimly lit pixel world. Indulge in the glory of monster-slaying with
their six characters, each with unique playstyles and abilities. A mix of Spelunky and Secret of Mana, prepare
to bask in the wonders of discovery as you walk into dungeons filled with punishing challenges. It has a PlayScore of 8.65. 10. Sproggiwood Far from the grim themes and aesthetics of
most role playing games, Freehold games delivers a complete RPG experience despite its cutesy
facade. Play as a humble farmer who finds himself
trapped in a cavern devised by an evil villain. Find your footing in this strange land, and
choose to ally yourself with an adorable mushroom civilization or rule the land as the sole
king. Whichever path you choose, it’s chock full
of delightful humour and finnish mythology with every sprightly step. It has a PlayScore of 8.66. 9. Attack the Light A colorful RPG set in the Steven Universe
that’s as sweet and cuddly as the original. Developed by Grumpyface Studios, and written
by showrunner Rebecca Sugar herself, we couldn’t expect any less. Hang around with Garnet, Amethyst, and Pearl
(And Steven!) and save the world from danger one turn-based battle at a time. Dive into another quirky and loveable adventure
because this game has a PlayScore of 8.68. 8. Battleheart Legacy Mika Mobile rekindles the flame of their previous
RPG venture with the release of this atmospheric sequel. Legacy built upon the solid foundations of
the original, while improving the overall experience with a lego-like 3D world and refined
combat experience. Take your pick from 12 different classes,
or mix and match skills with the multiclass option. Crush your enemies with your mighty weapons,
or stun them with the power of magic. It has a PlayScore of 8.69. 7. You Must Build A Boat This sequel to EightyEight Games’ popular
1,000,000 is another unique blend of match three puzzle and dungeon crawling action. Following the events of your escape from the
dark caverns of 1000000, your quest for freedom continues on what begins as a tiny little
boat. Sail off from one end of the world to the
other, and survive the treacheries of the outside with your matching mastery. Build, match, and expand in this addicting
pixel voyage. It has a PlayScore of 8.72. 6. DRAGON QUEST V Prepare to immerse yourselves in one of the
great masterpieces of a videogame legend. As great as the other titles were, Yuji Horii’s
fifth installment was a marvel in its time, and it continues to awe people to this day. Follow the protagonist, from the moment of
his birth to his adult life. Not only is it one of the best-written tales,
it also brought monster collecting to the forefront–an innovation that bore fruit to
pokemon, digimon and so much more. A perfect marriage of story and gameplay,
it receives a PlayScore of 8.75. 5. Tap Titans 2 Take on the shoes of the legendary Sword Master
as you topple down the colossal titans of Game Hive Corporation addictive clicker. Hone your finger tapping skills to unleash
hell upon the game’s over 120 hand-drawn beasts. As lazy as clickers can be, Tap Titans offers
an impressive amount of customizations to fare better against their varying foes. It’s combat and relaxation in one fell swipe,
and it has a PlayScore of 8.76. 4. Chaos Rings III Square Enix’ latest and most relatively unknown
JRPG series manages to rule of their other titles. Veering away from the 2D sprites, Chaos Rings
boasts a vibrant 3D world, popping with lush environments and well-crafted models. Seemingly a tale of its own, this third installment
brings us to the land of Neo Paleo as journeymen achieve their Marble Blue dreams. Bring down beasts with skills and brute force,
and fall in love with their well-written characters. It has a PlayScore of 8.79. 3. Sorcery! 3 Your favorite choose your own adventure game
becomes more interactive than ever before. A fitting adaptation of Steve Jackson’s interactive
gamebook, watch his world come alive with lovingly crafted maps and scenarios. While the game isn’t fully animated, its choice
of bookish artstyle definitely adds to the immersion. A fantasy game that’s faithful to its literary
roots. It has a PlayScore of 8.96. 2. Templar Battleforce RPG A game where strategy and RPG meld into one
ultimate mechanoid battle. Get an eye for metallic destruction as you
engage in this addicting war of Xenos, Rogues, and of course, Mechs. Dominate the turn-based battlefield, and defeat
is collection of robotic bosses in complex top-down shooting fashion. Old fashioned as its visuals are, their satisfying
tactical combat is worth every penny. It has a PlayScore of 9.03. 1. And the number one Android RPG is Crashlands Since its release early last year, Crashlands
has been breaking records left and right, dominating both iOS and Android rankings. It leaves you stranded on a hostile alien
planet and your goal is to survive using whatevers means possible. Explore the vast wilderness, craft weapons
and items, and fight against the dangers of the new world. With tons of surprises and a whole lot of
laughs, there’s no wondering how this game topped every list in the book. It receives a PlayScore of 9.09.

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