October behind and past us was a whole series of various games. You have visited mysterious islands, fought with bears depicted in pixel art style, destroyed zombies and solved puzzles. It’s time to look ahead and find out what November has in store for us, what will we meet in the App Store and Google Play this time? Apparently, we are waiting for space simulators, running and jumping hedgehogs, RPG against the background of ancient landscapes and a variety of platform games. Let’s take a closer look at the most interesting of the upcoming games.
Autumn Dynasty: Warlords
This development from Touch Dimensions is due out for iPhone and iPad in November. It is a sequel to the famous RTS Autumn Dynasty and is dedicated to uniting the disparate rulers of China in the face of external threats. Players in it will have to go through quests, build cities, hire generals to lead the army and enter into alliances with other leaders.
Death Road to Canada
The game from the studios Madgarden and RocketCat, which will appear on iOS and Android platforms soon, at least that’s what the developers say. This is a Florida to Ontario road trip simulator made by the same guys behind Punch Quest. But, there were some surprises here – you will not only have to travel, but escape from crowds of zombies, driving through destroyed cities, and also avoid encounters with angry gangs of survivors.
Rayman Fiesta Run
A new autorunner for iOS and Android, developed by Ubisoft, is scheduled for release on November 7th. Reiman’s next adventures await you, this time in a crazy carnival world full of maracas, piñatas and disco balls. In addition, your hero will have to swim, fight bosses – and all this over 75 levels.
Sid Meier’s Ace Patrol: Pacific Skies
The next release, which will take place on November 7, is dedicated to the Pacific theater of operations during the Second World War. This is the development of the studio Firaxis for iOS devices, which is a continuation of the famous game from Sid Meier and invites players to test themselves in aerial battles over Pearl Harbor. The authors decided to make this game paid in order to abandon the unsuccessful, in their opinion, free-to-pla model.
Star Wars: Tiny Death Star
This game is a time-killer from Disney, in which the authors decided to develop the idea of Darth Vader’s modest business – in their opinion, he could rent out his space station to businessmen and tourists. In fact, Star Wars: Tiny Death Star resembles a remake of the entertainment simulator Tiny Tower. The release of the game is scheduled for November for iOS and Android.
Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas
A great Zelda-style adventure from Cornfox & Bros, coming to iOS devices in November. In it, players will find deserts and dungeons, as well as a whole arsenal of weapons. This game features beautiful graphics and a quality soundtrack from famous Japanese composers.
Another November release from indie studio Hyperbees, which is another endless runner. In it, skyscrapers will fall on your hero, from which he will have to dodge in order to survive. The release of this game for iOS devices should be expected in November.
Sorcery! Part 2
Before you is a game for iOS in the gamebook genre, a continuation of the rather successful development of the inkle studio. The authors put players in a city full of thieves, various traps, monsters and, of course, adventure. The sequel will bring new locations and quests, but it will still remain an RPG in which the development of the plot depends on the choices made by the players at one point or another.
Touchgrind Skate 2
Another iOS game that is a sequel to its successful predecessor. This is a development from Illusion Labs, due out on November 21st and will delight fans of skateboarding simulators. The authors promise players new parks, obstacle courses and tricks, and more convenient camera controls. The only question is, will this sequel be able to defeat the current leader in skate simulation, True Skate?
Final Fantasy IV: The After Years
The sequel to Final Fantasy 4 from Square Enix, which comes out 17 years after the original game and should hit iOS and Android in November. It will feature new characters and revamped gameplay, and overall, this 3D remake promises to be something really interesting, at least for all fans of Japanese RPGs.
Indie adventure by Ludosity, inspired by Zelda and full of humor. This game is due out on iOS and Android platforms in November. She invites you to solve puzzles in between battles with the islanders from whom you want to take their gold.
Tilt to Live 2: Redonkulous
Studio One Man Left decided to release a sequel to their avoid-’em-up game called Tilt to Live. In the sequel, you will find new achievements, a whole arsenal of weapons, including a two-sided lightsaber and laser baton, as well as boss battles. All this awaits users of iOS devices in November.
Sonic The Hedgehog 2: Remastered
Sega’s remake Mega Drive classic plans to hit the iOS and Android platforms again in November. This remake will delight the fans of the blue hedgehog Sonic with new graphics and voice acting, more convenient controls and an unsurpassed retro style.