Here are 4 Trending Android Mobile Gaming Apps in 2019

There are many factors that contribute to a great app. An innovative idea and a specific market are among the top qualities. But the design and development of an app help it stand out amid competition. Most of the top apps in today’s crowded marketplace were likely designed by top creation platforms, who only employ the top 1 percent of developers in the nation, such as BuildFire.

Furthermore, popular gaming apps are easy to use and beautiful to look at. It should be a pleasure to play a game, not a stressful experience. It will give users the feeling of escaping through a video game, forgetting about the world for a little while.

We won’t know what the top apps for 2019 are until the very end of the year. However, we can look at what’s trending right now. The first quarter of 2019 has presented some promising apps in the world of gaming. Here are four you should know about:

  1.  Another Eden

For an interesting mobile JRPG game, try Another Eden, a stunning application from the same writer as Chrono Trigger.

As you play, you’ll time travel to different historical eras, finding companions, accepting missions, fighting battles, and discovering worlds. Another Eden does not require energy to complete the missions, so you can play virtually without end.

There’s a surprising amount of content with a more modernized feel than typical mobile role-playing games. It’s free to install with in-app purchases, and its nearly 43,000 downloads in the Google Play store testify to its success.

  1. The Elder Scrolls: Blades  

This first-person role-playing game is a fan-favorite among Android owners. You are forced into exile after catastrophic destruction of your hometown. You’re then responsible for restoring your hometown to its formal glory, all the while making friends and rivals.

You’ll engage in one-on-one battles with unique weapons and armor. You’ll have special abilities that set you apart from others in the game. The object is to stay on top of the battlefield while creating a gorgeous city to call home.

This game is a blast to play, but what really makes it great is the realistic-looking quality. It was developed by a top-notch developer. It’s said to be of console quality, even though it’s designed for the small screen. It will feel like you’re actually living among the battles and scenery as you play.

  1. Oceanhorn

Legend of Zelda fans will love Oceanhorn, a game with a solid narrative, excellent visuals, and a fun soundtrack. The story of the game goes something like this: Your father vanishes, leaving you a letter, an old notebook, and a mysterious necklace. It’s your job to discover what happened to him as you go through adventures on the Uncharted Seas, solve puzzles, discover secrets, learn magic, collect treasures, and explore an ancient kingdom.

The visuals are absolutely breathtaking with 3D quality that makes gameplay exciting. The soundtrack has also received high praise. It’s something players enjoy listening to rather than the typical humdrum gaming tunes one would normally mute.

It’s free to download, but there are in-app purchases required to unlock the full version. Play the first chapter without paying anything to see how you like it.

  1. Stardew Valley

Stardew Valley is a farming game that’s wildly addicting. You’re the protagonist in the game who’s inherited an old farm plot from your grandfather. It’s your responsibility to grow crops, raise animals, and work with machine equipment to grow a successful farm.

You’ll know the joy of a great harvest and experience some of the pitfalls of farming. Your character also has a personal life. You’ll mingle with the locals, find a man or woman to marry, and begin your family.

Although you can play Stardew Valley on the Xbox One or Play Station 4, many users are excited about the recently released Android app. It’s now available in the Play Store for $7.99, and there are no in-app purchases to drive up the price.

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