2013 Round Up: Best Android RPG Games

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The Role-Playing Games have first surprised us thanks to their innovative concept of eliminating the passive observer in favor of a new one which can make its own choices that affect the story line. This was against tradition, but sometimes rules are made to be broken. As a player, you have the possibility to customize your characters and explore fantasy worlds that you haven’t even dreamed of. We are talking about the best graphics, epic adventures, powerful spells and weapons, plenty of enemies to dispose and so many other elements that make these Android RPG Games so special.

But it is more than obviously that it isn’t at all easy to find a good RPG, especially this year when a simple search will turn up so many results. We cannot deny that in 2013 we’ve seen some of the most interesting RPGs ever. So, here we have included a Best Android RPG Games list for 2013 to help you find exactly what you might be looking for.

5. The Bards Tale

The Bards Tale

The Bards Tale

Are you looking for the adventure of your life? Are you bothered that it comes filled with monsters and magical characters, with powerful spells and unseen creatures? This is exactly what The Bards Tale is ready to offer you as a full scale 3D RPG. We are talking about 50 enemy types, various sceneries waiting to be explored with wild forests, towns, castles, secret dungeons, dangerous caverns and not only, as well as no less than 16 magical characters. And don’t leave aside that it includes more song and dance numbers than any other Android RPG game that we have ever seen up to now, including a funny zombie dance.

But be careful about the minimum hardware recommendations which include 1GHz or even higher CPU, as well as at least an Adreno 205, Tegra 2, or Mali 400 GPU. And it comes in two packages that you can choose from: a standard definition package or a high definition one.

4. Final Fantasy V

Final Fantasy V

Final Fantasy V

We were all excited when we first found out about Final Fantasy V for Android and we had all the reasons for that. As you are probably expecting, just like all the other Final Fantasy games, we have another classic tale of crystals that can bring peace to the entire world, presenting us the battle between light and dark (good and evil), but something is different this time. The story includes the adventures of Bartz along with other three heroes: princess lenna of Castle Tycoon, the courageous Gluf, as well as the pirate Faris.

And you’ll be surprised to discover what detailed 2D graphics and character models is able to offer us, allowing you to immerse in the Final Fantasy V universe like never before.

3. Ninja Royale: Ninja Action RPG

Ninja Royale

Ninja Royale

Do you want an Android RPG game which isn’t focused exclusively on fantasy elements? Ninja Royale: Ninja Action RPG might be an ideal solution with all its battles, collecting weapons tasks or exploring different worlds! And we are actually talking about a classic RPG style with simple controls and PvP battling. So, who’s ready for some Ninja action? We are! We’re still not bored of playing this RPG game and don’t forget that it is also free to play, so it can be an ideal option for all those gamers on a tight budget.

And if you don’t trust us, then what can you say about the one million players all over the world? Can they be wrong too?

2. Chaos Rings II

Chaos Rings II

Chaos Rings II

We want to talk about the sequel to Chaos Rings which comes with a strongly-defined plot: after Destroyer awakens, he starts releasing monsters and causing cataclysms. All people are terrified, but there is one way to be stopped. It is time for the Creator to choose a Nominator and five Pillars who will try to stop the Destroyer, but you don’t know all. These Pillars are nothing else than simple humans close to the Nominator who must be sacrificed for saving the Earth. So, we are talking about a completely new story which means that it really doesn’t matter if you have ever played the Chaos Rings or Chaos Rings Omega RPG games before.

You’ll immediately get used to the central setting of this game which is a large space vessel known as The All-Seeing Eye; and unlike in the previous two games where the characters were divided into fixed pairs, this time the player character switches after accomplishing its main objectives and gains new abilities each time.

The story of Chaos Rings II is great, the characters are too, not to mention that it has different endings, based on your decisions throughout the game. What would you do? Are you thinking about sacrificing your loved ones to save the world from The Destroyer or saving them instead?

1. Ravensword: Shadowlands

Ravensword Shadowlands

Ravensword Shadowlands

Ravensword: Shadowlands is the most popular Action RPG for iOS devices developed by Crescent Moon Games. We aren’t just talking about an amazing storyline that requires you to solve the mysteries of the Kingdom of Tyreas, but this game is much more than that. We are referring to a surprisingly detailed 3D world that waits to be discovered with its realistic sceneries and a variety of character models and weapon types – Axes, Bows, Crossbows, Guns, Hammers, or Swords.
Besides that, you have the possibility to play this RPG game in first or third person views, letting you to switch up how you see the world around you whenever you want. And you can even create and customize your own character and place it in an epic adventure!

As we have considered from the start, Android RPG games are simply mazing. If you want to give a try to a 2013 RPG game, any of our five winners can be a great choice. Just make sure that you have enough time to dedicate, because they can cause addiction. And if we haven’t included one of your favorites, then you can use the comment section below and let us know which is it. For us, your opinion matters the most!

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Popa Loredana

Loredana has graduated Communication and Public Relations and works as a copywriter for over three years. She uses technology every day ( just as anyone else having her age ), but somehow things turned into something more than that. She just loves to discover more about what’s new and interesting, so why not combining that with her passion for writing? Here, on Android Flagship she contributes articles regarding the best choices that you could take when it comes to the latest Android releases and not only and she promises to keep you updated.