Our best game of November is a familiar brick builder making a move to the real world thanks to augmented reality technology. See what else made our list.
Brick Building in the Real World
Minecraft Earth takes the popular brick-building game to the real world thanks to augmented reality technology. You can build in tabletop mode at home and then place the creations in the real-world at life-size. Friends can join together to also create communal buildings. Builds can be populated with unique mobs like the muddy pig and moobloom.
Horror in AR
In Five Nights at Freddy’s AR: Special Delivery, players will subscribe to Fazbear Entertainment’s brand new Fazbear Funtime Service that will bring everyone’s favorite animatronics at any time. And as you could probably guess, things don’t well.
Grab Your Fishing Pole
You’ll explore different oceans courses to catch Monomals and make music.
A Journey to Consciousness
An abstract puzzler, Frakktus features a unique visual style with fractals and more that takes inspiration from classic arcade games. You’ll need to dive into the mandala of consciousness and destroy block that contain our fears, doubts, and more.
A Different Look at the Iconic Creature
In The Wanderer: Frankenstein’s Monster, you’ll be playing as the creature on a journey throughout Europe. The creature is netter good or evil and is wanting to lean more about its origins and humanity.
Run and Gun
A side-scrolling platformer, Star Fetched focuses on a young adventurer who is teleported to a far away solar system to defend against an alien invasion. There are six different planets to explore in the game that also feature tower defense, exploration, and RPG elements.
A Magical Journey
From Asher Vollmer, maker of Threes, Guildings is a story-driven episodic adventure. Taking inspiration from classic RPGs, point-and-click puzzler, and visual novel games, you’ll depend on a magical phone to make conversations and choices.
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