This Is the Police is an indie simulation adventure game that has been ported to Android, and it’s available on the Play Store as of this morning. You get to fill the role of a police chief who is in charge of a police department that’s located in a city spiraling out of control. Will you choose the path of least resistance, lining your pockets with cash, or will you stand up for what’s right, even if it’s to the detriment of your career? Read MoreThis Is the Police is out on Android was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Update 1: 2018/12/12 6:47am PST
ROME: Total War is coming to Android on December 19th
ROME: Total War has been available on iOS in some form since 2016. As always, the Android release is late to the party, but the good news is that the game is finally coming; you can expect it to land this winter for users in North America, Europe, Australia, and parts of Asia.
Feral Interactive is the studio that brought ROME: Total War to iOS, where its efforts were well received, earning praise for interface design and responsive controls; now that same company is working on the port for Android. Read More[Update: Release date] ROME: Total War is finally coming to Android was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Talk about a stacked Tuesday. First, a full HD port of Monster Hunter World Stories releases on the Play Store, and then Level-5 announces that Professor Layton and the Curious Village has been ported to Android, complete with an HD makeover, and it’s also available on the Play Store starting today. There’s already a couple of Layton games on Android, though this is the first to actually star Professor Layton. It’s also the first game in the main series, so if you’d like to see where it all began, this is the title for you. Read MoreProfessor Layton and the Curious Village brings its mind-bending puzzles to Android was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Wow, this is quite the surprise. Android just received its first Monster Hunter game, and it’s an HD port of the 3DS version of Monster Hunter Stories. It’s available on the Play Store for $19.99, and there are no in-app purchases or advertisements, this is a premium release. Oh, and if that wasn’t good enough news, Capcom has actually provided a separate free demo. This way we can all check and see how the game performs on our Android devices. Read MoreMonster Hunter Stories by Capcom is available for Android was written by the awesome team at Android Police.