Brown Dust is a turn-based SRPG where you get the chance to lead a group of mercenaries through an extensive 'story mode' that's brimming with battles and characters to interact with. Gradually, you'll be able to improve your army until you become the most powerful force in the entire empire. The battle system in Brown Dust is both enjoyable and original. Firstly, you have to choose which units to deploy to the battle field and then what positions you want to put them in. The squires, for example, will do you more good in the front line, while the archers will be more helpful in the third or even forth. After that, you just have to decide the order of action. In Brown Dust you can recruit more than 300 different characters, each with its own skills and attributes. Combining these characters will allow you to carry out thousands of different strategies, giving the game a strategic depth that's rarely seen on Android. The 'campaign mode,' in Brown Dust lets you work your way through over 500 levels where you have to strive for victory in battle after battle. That said, you also have to face off against other players in PVP mode as well. In this mode, you can put your mercenaries to the test against other players'. Brown Dust is an outstanding SRPG that offers an original combat system and an incredible variety of levels and characters. The game also offers some excellent graphics with a detailed, yet somewhat questionable, anime style.
The top 10 SRPGs available on Android Talking about strategy role-playing games means talking about one of our favorite genres. It's not the first time we've written about games from this genre, and it surely won't be the last. This is logical considering that we think it's one of the most enjoyable genres for mobile devices given the good use of touchscreens and the pace of the games. This is why we've put together a selection of the best SPRGs available on Android. Read more
The ten best Android games of the month [February 2018] Once again it's time for our traditional monthly selection of the ten games released this month that stand above the rest. Although February is the shortest month of the year, that doesn't mean that it comes with a shortage of new gems for Android devices. If you enjoyed our selection of the best games of January, just wait until you read about the best Android games that came out in February. And as always, don't forget to check out the video of these titles on our YouTube channel. Read more
Requires Android 4.0.3 or higher