This game is optimized for tablets. The dawn is especially cruel this morning...
For as long as you can remember, your view of the world has been limited to the heavily fortified walls of Candlekeep. Your foster father, Gorion, has done...
Running Shadow is a unique mix of a parkour game and a fantasy RPG. Simple game mechanics are enriched with a mythical plot full of secrets and intrigue.
You take on the role of a fortunate thief and assassin in possession of a unique artifact:...
Play 300: RISE OF AN EMPIRE - SEIZE YOUR GLORY and help Greek general Themistokles unite all of Greece by stopping the invading forces led by Artemisia, vengeful commander of the Persian navy. 300: RISE OF AN EMPIRE, A new chapter of the epic saga ...
"a satisfying and long-lasting dungeon crawler." -Digital Spy
"a rock-solid performer." -PocketGamer
"I would definitely recommend this for someone...waiting for the new Dark Souls game." -148Apps
"impressive graphics on the same level as console...
A great tool for using your tablet as a virtual tabletop game map with miniatures. Upload your own pictures to turn into maps or miniatures. Comes with lots of stuff suitable for a fantasy RPG like D&D.
An impressive fantasy RPG. Fans of games like the Elder Scrolls will enjoy it, and it's very impressive for an Android game. Aralon is a good alternative for users who don't have devices that can run the newer Ravensword: Shadowlands.
Based on the campy Evil Dead sequel. Army of Darkness Defense is as fun and campy as the movie itself, includes actual lines from the movie within the game. The graphics are overly cartoony for an official adaptation of a "horror" movie, but oh well.
An overhead beat-em' game with RPG elements like Dark Avenger, but with 3 characters to control. They all play differently and you can "tag" out on the fly. The Gameplay is shallow, and the english localization is off at times, but worth it.
Block Story looks like just another clone of Minecraft, but Block Story is more of a fantasy RPG with a lot of elements (including construction and crafting) taken from Minecraft. If Skyrim and Minecraft had a baby, this would be it.
An overhead platform-puzzle game similar to "Frogger" that reminds me a lot of classic Legend of Zelda games. Based on the epic poem by Dante Alighieri. The graphics and gameplay are suitably "old school". A paid-version is also available.
A dark fantasy action RPG similar to games in gameplay to Secret of Mana, but with a very dark tone. Play as an adorable Grim Reaper, and battle your way through the layers of Hell. It's almost like a "cute" version of Darksiders.
A retro 3D Fantasy RPG that uses the "one step at a time" movement system like the old Elder Scrolls games. The advantage of this game is that it can easily be played with one hand. The game is pretty good, but the environments are boring.
A sequel to the highly impressive Deprofundis. Includes updated content like a new storyline and dungeons, but the graphics aren't wildly different (which is okay since they're already amazing). Feels more like a DLC expansion than a sequel, but I...
In a world of platforming games that are basically Mario clones, comes a game so original and imaginative that it's an instant classic. Dokuro is an artful game where ta lowly minion tries to help the princess escape from his dark master. Highly...
A largely menu-driven turn-based RPG with old school texture-map graphics like the original Fallout games. Very little character customization though. The art and backgrounds are impressive. Recommended for retro-RPG fans.
Why is Drisk on this list? Drisk contains several fantasy-inspired maps including Azeroth, Middle Earth, Tamriel, and Westeros (full version only). You can scratch all your war-simulation game itches using a single app. Huzzah!
A port of the classic PC dark fantasy simulation game. Instead of playing as a party of heroes raiding a dungeon for loot, play as the Keeper who designs the dungeon and place traps and monsters to protect your treasure. Highly recommended.
An empire building and combat simulation game based on Game of Thrones, except it's not officially licensed, so it's basically a knock-off, but there are no decent Game of Thrones games on Android, so it's their own fault. Check it out.
Not really a game at all, but a graphical benchmark test to see what your device can handle. Epic Games takes you on a virtual tour of a medieval citadel as it tests the capabilities of your phone or tablet.
A shooting game similar to Zombiewood but with auto-aim, and visuals that remind me of the show Mike the Knight on Nick Jr. There are no levels per se, just endless waves and bosses once in a while. Lots of unlockable characters though. Check it out.
Diablo-like fantasy action game similar to Heroes Call. The main character looks a bit chubby, but unlike other games, the classes are all free from the beginning. ASH is a smaller company, and I'm impressed by their work. Recommend.
With a title like "Hell Zombie" you'd think it was just another Zombie Apocalypse game, but it's actually a dark fantasy defense game where you control a ballista turret and summon knights to fight back the undead hordes. Check it out.
You've played match-3 versus games, but now comes a 3D mahjong versus game. Spin the pieces around and find more matches than your opponent to score more hits and defeat them. Lots of character customization impressive visuals.
A turn-based RPG with impressive console-quality graphics based on Dragon Age series of games by EA. The characters have "stands", which is unnecessary, but maybe they were going for a Skylanders look. Highly recommended.
League of Legends-like MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena) game. Some server issues but excellent game. They have added a handful of new characters to buy or earn since launching, and the game keeps getting better.
A graphically minimalistic old-school fantasy action adventure game that appears heavily inspired by the original Legend of Zelda and Gauntlet games. Worth checking out the free version to see if the gameplay and old-school graphics are for you...
A turn-based "modern fantasy" RPG featuring traditional fantasy classes and monsters in a modern setting. There is a surprisingly large amount of things to keep you busy including crafting, PVP, and optional "dungeons". Highly recommended.
Lone Wolf is based on a fantasy series, and combines traditional choose-your-own-adventure style story mechanics with fully 3D battles that look like something out of a modern console game. Highly recommended for fans of the genre.
A combination of city building, card collecting, and combat MMO all rolled into one. More than the sum of its parts, but the combat MMO section is better than some competing MMOs on its own. Highly recommended.
A game within a game. Control an actual D&D group while they play D&D. Use real life items to enhance your characters in the meta-game. It's all the fun of hosting a real gaming session without the post-game clean up.
When birds get angry they knock down a couple buildings. When dragons get angry they go on an endless rampage knocking over everything in sight. An endless running game with destruction psychics similar to Angry Birds.
The best looking MMO on Android. Explore the world of Avabel as several classes like the gun-wielding Ranger, magic using Magician, or several others. Lots of grinding, but the PVP is enjoyable and the graphics and gameplay are far superior.
A fantasy RPG with console-quality HD graphics. Obviously you'll need a high-end Tegra device to run the game, and it is fairly expensive for an Android game. However, keep in mind that console games of this quality would cost far more.
An Infinity-Blade like gladiator game with fantasy monsters and magic. Better than the Blood and Glory games with more interesting characters. Kind of like Mike Tyson's Punch Out when you think about it.
A 2D action RPG with console-quality graphics and silky-smooth gameplay. The look of the game reminds me of Little Big Planet. It's kind of a cross between Zelda and LBP in that regard. Highly recommended.
After playing so many fantasy-themed tower defense games, it's time to take the fight to the monsters. Royal Revolt is a "reverse" tower defense game. Highly recommended for fans of TD games and looking for something new.
Look up a list of the greatest fighting games of all time, and you'll see one series in the top 3, and that series is Soul Calibur. This is an official port of the Dreamcast masterpiece built to work flawlessly with Android. Do yourself a favor and...
A PS2-era 3D action RPG. Summon allies using your magical music, and explore a world of sword, sorcery, and sarcasm with our hero known only as the Bard. The game's humor sets it apart. Get it, or "it's bad luck to be you."
A massive multiplayer online strategy simulation game based on the world of The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings. It's too bad that you can only play as Dwarfs or Elves. Playing as Humans, Orcs, Goblins, etc would have been nice.
A unique and original fantasy game where you launch and guide your arrow using the touch controls on your device. Collect power-ups mid-air, and strike your foes. The graphics and gameplay are amazing. High-end device required.
Mix one part fantasy RPG with 3 parts Whack-a-Mole and you get Whack a Dragon. It's a lot deeper than a simple whack-a-mole app, there are different environments and even boss battles. Highly recommended.
A retelling of the Arthur legend as told through a God of War style action lens. The graphics and gameplay are awesome. The game is linear as opposed to games like Ravensword, but fans of action fantasy games will enjoy it.
A fantasy action RPG whose setting appears to be inspired by Adventure Time. After the fall of humanity, magic returns to a post-apocalyptic world. If there's a magic stretchy dog in this game I'm sold. Recommended.