The Weekly Roundup: April 20, 2018

The Weekly Roundup

This week saw a few titles that will surely get plenty of time in the sun (and downloads), as well as a number of hidden gems that will likely slide under the radar. Some of the games released this week include a platformer starring an eyeball, a craft beer brewing sim, a gacha game with great graphics and a fantastic soundtrack, and a puzzle game that has players clean floors.

As always, while the new free Android games on this list might get the most attention, don’t overlook new paid games. Paid games can often provide a better value as they’re not trying to push you towards in app purchases or wasting your time with advertisements.

Games Released This Week

The Room: Old Sins

After a wait that was a little longer than expected, the fourth game in the Room franchise is now available on Android. Old Sins offers more of the tactile puzzles and atmospheric environments that the franchise has become known for. An incremental improvement over the previous games, the game has better graphics, a few new twists, and a new setting to explore. The Room: Old Sins is $4.99 and does not contain any ads or in app purchases.

Colorblind: An Eye For An Eye

Nitrome might not be the most prolific publisher / developer on the platform, but gamers can count on the London company can be counted on to regularly release new titles. This week they released Colorblind, a platformer that has players play as Right Eye as he tries to rescue Left Eye. There’s lots of jumping, dodging enemies, and a color mechanic that gives the platformer a new twist. Colorblind: An Eye For An Eye is free and contains ads and an in app purchase to remove them.


After finishing up its soft launch, the turn-based RPG Questland is now available around the world. Despite the game’s first person view, Questland offers extensive character customization, allowing players to create their own unique avatar. Once created players can jump into the game’s dungeons and take on a variety of monsters in the search for resources and new gear. Questland is free and contains in app purchases.

Brew Town

Brew Town is all about creating your dream craft beer empire. The game gives players access to an impressive bottle customization menu, letting them design their own label. There are of course plenty of buildings to upgrade, as well as revenue and expenses to keep track of while trying to build your craft brew empire. Brew Town is free and contains ads and in app purchases.

Destiny Warfare

Some Android games are original, this is not one of those games. As one might guess from the name alone, Destiny Warfare is a shooter what tries to capitalize on the fame of the Destiny franchise. It’s a sci-fi PVP shooter that offers players some deathmatch and team deathmatch options on the go. There’s a nice selection of weapons to choose from, vehicles, and even a jetpack. Destiny Warfare is free and contains ads and in app purchases.