Into the Dim is a retro turn based RPG dungeon crawler, but game developer Happymagenta has taken the retro elements to another level. It has grayscale visuals and the music and audio sound exactly like what you’d get with an old Game Boy game, but in spite of this, Into the Dim is actually a lot of fun and challenging.
Dashy Crashy from Dumpling Design is an endless runner where the goal is to get your vehicle as far as possible without any crashes. The premise should be familiar to you, but that doesn’t change the fact that this is still a lot of fun. If you can’t get enough of endless runner games then this is worth checking out.
Super Dangerous Dungeons by Jussi Simpanen is a retro style platformer, so you get the classic 16 bit graphics and sound. It’s got the standard features you would expect from a retro title, but Super Dangerous Dungeons has 48 uniquely designed levels that should appeal to anyone who loves a good game.
There are a lot of complex games on mobile for those who want an immersive experience, and there are also titles for those who want something more casual. A good example of the latter is Floors by Ketchapp. Just like their other games, the concept is simple, impossible to beat and highly addictive.
Smashy Road Wanted from Remco Kortenoever is a retro style racer with the pixelated graphics and style that will bring back memories of the good old video arcade. The game, set in an isometric view, isn’t exactly an adrenaline pumped game, but it’s not lacking in excitement either.
Ketchapp is known for their retro arcade style titles and Ball Jump is once again proof of that. It’s an easy/entertaining game to pick up, and offers the same “just one more” feeling you get from classic video games. If you’re a casual gamer and plays in spurts, check this out.