Runic Curse is an Action-Adventure, Simulation, and Single-player video game developed by Alexey Suslin for Android. Throughout the game, the player serves as an unnamed protagonist who finds himself stumbled upon a storm along with his crew and gets trapped on a strange island. The player has to find out the mystery behind the missing of his crew on this island.
The game has very simple controls, such as two buttons on the left side to move the character. At the top of the screen, the player finds his health bar and XP meter. If the health goes out of the run, the player dies, and the game ends. At the bottom right side, the player finds attacking buttons that allow the player to perform rare actions.
The game has ten locations with various enemies and bosses where the player needs to unlock every location. Over 55 spells will let the player eliminate the strongest bosses. As the player levels up, his attributes like equipment, abilities, spells will get enhanced.
RETSNOM is an Adventure, Casual, and Single-player video game developed by Zero Rock Entertainment for multiple platforms. Throughout the game, the player assumes the role of a caring father whose daughter is suffering from a zombie virus. It is the player’s job to visit the future laboratory and steal the medicine made by the character’s colleagues.
The challenge gets harder when the player finds medicine packed/hidden in the maze of mirrors. The game has many levels where at every level, the next level’s key is hidden into mirrors, packed inside each other. The game has challenging puzzles that let the player use his brain wits and break the limits. The game has over 60 levels taking place in three worlds.
Along the way, the player will find hidden bonus items that must be collected. The game has over 15 achievements, where grabbing them requires extra effort. The game has core features such as 17 Achievements, Three Worlds, Over Sixty Levels, Retro Graphics, Puzzles, Hidden Items, and Bonuses.
#2 Mystic Pillars: A Story Based Puzzle Game
Mystic Pillars: A Story Based Puzzle Game is an Adventure, Puzzle, and Single-player video game developed by Holy Cow Games for multiple platforms. Throughout the game, the player plays as a traveler who finds himself across the kingdom of Zampi. The player has to solve the puzzles and destroy the pillars that have blocked the water.
The game has challenging puzzles that will let the player use all of his skills. The game has 100 levels where every level contains complications. English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Russian, Japanese, Korean is the available languages. The player will meet new characters on the way that will offer side-quests to earn extra rewards.
By solving the levels, the player has to connect the water stream and link the blocked paths to unblock the water. Jump into the adventure, play the role of a hero, unblock the water, solve mysteries, and complete the levels. The game has core features such as Multiple Languages, 100 Levels, Many Puzzles, and NPC Characters.
#3 Run the Beat
Run the Beat is an Adventure, Arcade, and Single-player video game developed by Mouse Trap Games for mobile platforms. Through the gameplay, the player controls an unnamed character whose main mission is to overcome the obstacles and opponents that appear on his way. The game has two playable modes such as Chill Mode and Arcade Mode.
All the player needs to do is to perform actions with background music. In the chill mode, the player experiences the game as a platformer with no outside help. The player has to use correct actions on the rhythms. In arcade mode, the player sees different indicators coming forward where he has to try his best to make perfect hits.
The game has different stages where he finds golden coins and keys that let him buy new items. Easy, normal, hard, very hard, and mayhem are the complexity modes where the level’s complication depends on the selected mode. Run the Beat has core features such as Five Complexity Modes, Different Stages, Checkpoints, Two Playable Modes, and Various Obstacles.
#4 Spirit Roots
Spirit Roots is an Action-Adventure, Casual, and Single-player video game developed by Fred Bear Games for mobile platforms. Throughout the game, the player takes on the role of a hero who has to kill the coming enemies to save the world. In this side-scrolling adventure, the player finds unimagined challenges where a smart player can hone his skills.
The game has simple controls such as two buttons on the bottom left side of the screen that let the player move the character. At the top of the screen, the player finds three hearts, and if all the hearts run out, the player dies, and the game ends. At the bottom right side, the player finds attacking buttons that allow the player to perform actions.
The game has five platformer worlds with unique atmospheres, mechanics, and enemies. Over 50 levels will keep the player in trouble. The game offers a unique soundtrack for each stage and for boss battles. Ten kinds of enemies and dozens of operations will not let the player eating the same apple. Through progression, the player can unlock over twenty achievements.
#5 DEAD EYES
DEAD EYES is an Adventure, Strategy, and Single-player video game developed by Loadcomplete for mobile platforms. Throughout the game, the player takes on the role of a protagonist named Jack, whose main mission is to survive and get to the end safely. In this turn-based puzzle game, the player finds numerous zombies in a grey foggy world.
The game has over 100 levels, where every level is challenging than the previous one. All the levels are divided into four episodes where completion of one episode will let the player play the next one. Four different zombie types with various skills are waiting for the player in a different world. The environment has objects that a player can use for his edge.
The game has stars for special stages, and by earning stars, the player can improve his skills. Gaining achievements will allow the player to enhance his rank on the leaderboard. DEAD EYES has core features such as four Zombie Types, 100 Levels, Four Episodes, Leaderboard, Stars, and Interactive Environment.
#6 Little Briar Rose – A Stained Glass Adventure
Little Briar Rose – A Stained Glass Adventure is a Casual, Adventure, and Single-player video game developed by Elf Games for multiple platforms. Throughout the game, the player plays like a fearless prince who finds himself in a kingdom captured by an ancient monster and some brambles. The player has to complete the dangerous quest by defeating challenges.
The game has intense puzzles that will let the player use all of his best skills. With no combat scenarios, the player finds himself in stress-free gameplay. The player will find different creatures such as Fairies, Mermen, and Gnomes. Mermen are underwater creatures and are faithful to their land. All the mermen are well-disciplined and noble that makes them unique.
Gnomes are the hard-working ones and serve as builders who will do everything with a balanced passion. When it comes to fairies, they are the cute and most attractive creatures with polite behavior. Little Briar Rose has core features such as Three Creatures, Addictive Gameplay, Hand-drawn Graphics, and Challenging Puzzles.
RPGolf is a Sports, Adventure, and Single-player video game developed by ArticNet for multiple platforms. Throughout the game, the player serves as a golfer whose main mission is to play golf with friends or a computer. Every game has nine golf holes across the world map where the victory depends on placing the ball in the holes.
At the top of the screen, the player finds his scoring points, and at the end, the player with the highest points will win the game. Isometric angle makes the game addictive and visible to everyone. Below the scoring board, the player can determine his earned coins. As the game progresses, the player can unlock advanced equipment such as golf bats.
After every stroke, the player can view his stroke distance. In the arcade mode, the player finds many levels to complete. Dive deep into the sports game, hone the skills, challenge other players, collect coins, and upgrade the equipment. The game has core features such as Different Levels, Coins, Upgraded Equipment, Isometric Angle, and Nine Holes.
#8 Heal: Pocket Edition
Heal: Pocket Edition is an Adventure, Casual, and Single-player video game developed by Jesse Makkonen for mobile platforms. Throughout the game, the player has to help an old man through the dark world of Heal, filled with challenging puzzles. In this point-and-click game, the player finds no enemies or combat scenarios.
It is an addictive game and forces the player to solve the puzzles that can help him in real-time scenarios. The player will find no strategic elements or weapons that will make the game stress-free. The game has brilliant visuals, and everything is properly visible to the player.
The story progresses through dialogue and text, where the right decisions will lead the player to success. Dive into the adventure, guide the old man, interact through texts, and solve the puzzles. The game has core features such as Abstract World, Many Puzzles, Point-and-Click Adventure, and Addictive Gameplay.
#9 That Dragon, Cancer
That Dragon, Cancer is an Adventure, Casual, and Single-player video game developed by Numinous Games for multiple platforms. Throughout the game, the player takes on the role of a protagonist named Joel, who is fighting a dangerous disease, Cancer, for the last four years. While exploring the places, the player controls the character from both third-person and first-person perspective.
The game has no actions or fighting scenarios, but all the scenes are text-based. The player can interact with his parents and other NPCs through dialogues. In this point-and-click adventure, the player may find puzzles that he has to pass/solve to make progress.
Among the different scenes, the player finds cards, letters, and other mementos being sent by people. Get into the adventure, solve the puzzles, interact with the NPC, and experience a new role. That Dragon, Cancer game has core features such as NPC Interaction, Puzzles, Third-person, and First-person perspective.