The week’s best Android games for a Friday night in

It is one of the best new mobile games for your Android device. Whether you’re interested in occasional time losers or hardcore shooters, you’ll find something here to exercise your thumbs.

So the weekend is almost here and you have no plans. Hey, we’re not judging, sometimes you just need a little bit of downtime. Whether you have a child care concert or you intend to just spend the weekend in a Homecoat, we have lots of new Android games without power systems with a time limit so you can snuggle.

Survival Heroes

Survival Heroes is a tremendously creative game that combines the elements of fantasy / RPG and the top-down perspective of the MOBA with the intense gameplay of Battle Royale players. The individual, duo and squadron game modes make it the perfect game to play with friends for anyone who enjoys fantasy and intense, competitive and multiplayer action.

I’ve been having a lot of fun with this title all week. Honestly, it feels like the multiplayer game that I’ve always wanted on the mobile.

Trigger Heroes

Trigger Heroes by Lucky Kat Studios is a new and fantastic roguelike with an artistic 8-bit polished style, in which you fight through randomly generated caves, improving your character and weapons along the way.

The gameplay is fun and challenging, and the controls are very simple, so you can immerse yourself without having to learn a complex system. And, of course, the levels are infinite, so you can play until the sun comes up.

Metal Madness

Choose a car, hit a gun above it and destroy the opposing team in a small arena in short multiplayer games. That’s Metal Madness in a few words, and I can not have enough.

Its chaotic game reminds me a bit of the “FlatOut” PC games of demolition and derby. The graphics look great, the controls are simple and the team’s death bouts last only two minutes each, so you can make a quick round if you have little time, or lose several nights in succession.

This is a 2D game “Battle.” From top to bottom of Battle Royale with various game modes, including a game of 100 players. The simple artistic style allows the game to run even on a potato from a phone. And while it is similar to other games in this niche, it is surprisingly more fun than the rest of the lot, in the sense that it will have you in stitches when you finish with your partner.

Cat Gunner

With less than 40 MB in size, Cat Gunner is a small, but fun, shooting game of zombies and cats that reminds me of Dead Ahead, except that it is divided into different levels instead of making you play endless races.

With 10 weapons and six cat heroes to unlock with the coin earned in the game, there’s plenty to keep you occupied. You will need all that firepower to fight throughout the 30-story missions in three different difficulty levels, as well as the special “event” missions that you will have to face in this 2D side-scrolling adventure.