Best Android Games of May 2022 – Apex Legends Mobile, Knotwords and More

It’s the last weekend of the month, and May is coming to a close, which means it’s time to take a look back at the last 4 weeks or so and consider which games have been released during that time as the best. Because knowing that something is best, for a reason, is very important.

It’s been a really good month for Android gaming, especially if you like shooting, boxing, and more shooting. That said, there are also some great puzzle games on the list, as well as classic-style point-and-click adventures.

You can download them from the Play Store by clicking the game names below, and unless otherwise stated, they are premium games. If you have a favorite from May that hasn’t been mentioned yet, please let us know in the comments section.

A wonderful port of one of the best battle royale games ever made. It works really well on mobile and manages to capture all the excitement and spillage without sacrificing too much. It looks great, it’s fun, and there’s always something to do. Using IAP is free.

Another shooter, this time from the developers behind Vanity. It’s quite a rich experience, and while the leftovers might not last that long, you might jump right into another game. It looks good, has depth, and it’s always fun to photograph things, right? Using IAP is free.

A fantastic mix of Minecraft-style smashing and building and Dragon Quest monster smashing. It’s a huge game and you can explore more with your friends. It’s poked and polished for mobile, and it works great on touchscreens.

It took a while to get here, but Sokobond is finally coming to Android. It’s a puzzle from the developers behind A Good Snowman is Hard to Build, and it’s all about mixing molecules together. There’s a solid logic driving the puzzling, and you’ll feel like a genius as you tackle some of the tougher challenges.

The third shooter on this month’s list is an FPS roguelite with co-op gameplay designed to blast through hordes of enemies. Every playthrough will be different, with a variety of new gear and weapons. There are different characters who can play us, it looks great, and the action is sometimes breathtaking.

A hack and slash dungeon crawler with some roguelite leanings. You play as a skeleton who can detach his head and hurl enemies for massive damage. It has some clever violence, and hours of replayability.

Great puzzle game from Zach Gage and Jack Schlesinger. It mixes together a bunch of newspaper game ideas to create a special crossword puzzle you’ll love. Puzzles and tons of challenges await you every day. There’s a lot of free stuff, but you can get even more with a subscription plan or a one-time IAP.

Ever wonder what’s going on behind the scenes at the potions shop you break into in a fantasy RPG? Well, this game kind of answers that question. You are running a potion shop, brewing various tinctures and poisons for sale. It’s the perfect mix of management and role-playing games, and once you start, it’s hard to put down.

A welcome return to the classic beat game series The punches and kicks are smooth and beautiful, the game looks cute and there are many different modes for you to use violence. Multiplayer is in the works, but even without it, this one is excellent.

A love letter to point-and-click adventures in the Age of Legends. If you love things like Monkey Island, you’re going to love this one. You’re investigating strange happenings in an island community, exploring gorgeous hand-painted backgrounds and meeting interesting characters.

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