This is our favorite Android point and click games, RPGs, narrative stories, choose your own best adventure games for android.
Genshin Impact – one of the best adventure games for android free
Genshin Impact is one of the newer adventure games on the list. It’s very much like Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Players get a big, open-world to explore with a bunch of quests and missions to do. Players even get a glider to traverse larger distances. There is also a gacha RPG element to this one, but you obtain most of the characters through quests rather than random summons so it adds a bit of flavor to the game. It looks good, the controls are excellent, and you’ll be adventuring through this one for a long time.
Oddmar is a charming adventure-platformer from the same developers of Leo’s Fortune. You play as a struggling Viking who wants to restore his honor. You adventure across the game world in order to do just that. The game has smooth gameplay, excellent controls, and excellent level design. Plus it hits all of the extras with hardware controller support, Google Play Games cloud saves, and it works offline once you get all of the data downloaded. The game is a bit short at only 24 levels, but each level has a 3-star rating system to encourage replayability.
Monument Valley 1 and 2
Monument Valley 1 and 2 are two of the most popular puzzle-adventure games available. You move levels around because each level is a puzzle. Players are treated to optical illusions, a vague but fun story, and a consistent experience through two games. The only gripe we have is the length of the game. These games are a little short. They’re still very much great games, but those who don’t like short games may be frustrated with these.
Sky: Children of Light
Sky: Children of Light is a delightful adventure game with decent graphics and a fun story. There are seven worlds to explore and there is even a social element where you can talk to other players. Other game features include cooperative play, various character customizations, various trials to keep things fresh, and an above-average soundtrack. The social element is the main attraction here and being able to explore the world with people is a nice touch.
80 Days is one of the better adventure games for Android. You play as Phileas Fogg’s assistant, Passepartout, and you attempt to circumnavigate the globe in just 80 days. You can take airships, submarines, trains, and even mechanical camels. Players must manage Phileas’ vitals as you travel around the world or risk losing the game. The game plays at a rapid pace and you literally adventure all around the world. In addition, you also race other players to see who gets there first. It’s a one-of-a-kind type of game and well worth its price tag.
Crashland is already among the best adventure games for Android 2006. You play as a space trucker named Flux. The game starts with you crashing onto an alien planet. Your job is to retrieve your cargo, build yourself a base, fight bad guys, and save the world. It has a lot of game elements, including crafting, combat, RPG-style character leveling, and you can even tame creatures to fight for your side.