5 Best New and Fresh Android Games for September 2021

Mobile games have always been a way to kill boredom and find quick enjoyment during a hectic workday. It is safe to say that the type of mobile games that have coursed over the past decade have seen drastic changes in the game mechanics as well as an astonishing improvement in graphics. The Google Play Store is home to millions of games, tens and hundreds of which get released every single month.

There are games from a plethora of different genres and categories, quick and easy to play, or even those that take a lot of skill and dedication. Each kind of game serves its own purpose. For example, fast-paced action or endless runner titles are best suited to kill time, while slow-paced and strategy-based games require patience and time. This is why we have decided to compile a list of some of the best Android games for September 2021.

10 Best New and Fresh Android Games

While we usually cover the best apps on our website, we have taken a stance and have decided to start covering some of the most enjoyable Android games as well. Android games are ever-improving and very addictive to play when bored. They are available in all sizes, from a couple of megabytes to a few gigabytes. Below, you can find 5 handpicked games that are fresh, and as exciting as ever. The list below isn’t in any specific order and has a vast genre of games, so you can find the one of your interest right away! So sit back, and read on about our top 5 new and fresh Android games for September 2021!

Top 5 New and Fresh Android Games for September 2021

1. Cats are Cute

If you are even one bit into cats, then this game will be a great amusement for you. Cats are Cute is a game where you find cats, take care of them, and watch the town grow with more and more cats. Dubbed as the Meow Town, you can see the cats you own playfully running around and doing cat activities. You can play with them, discover cats with specific skills and improve upon them.


You can even build houses and buildings for your cats to live in. Every time you play and pet your cats, you gain hearts that you can then use to progress your little cat town and take it to greater heights. You can collect fish and cat grass to discover and befriend new cats. Overall, the simple graphics and the serene atmosphere makes this game a must-have for cat lovers.

2. Beatstar

Beatstar brings the popular Piano Tiles type of game and adds several twists to it. Instead of simple black tiles that you have to tap on, Beatstar has both tap and swipe controls on individual tiles that keep showing up on your screen. These taps and swipes are synced with the music, creating a nice little rhythm and a sense of control over the music that’s playing in the background.

Talking about the music, Beatstar has songs from popular artists such as Sia, Lil Nas X, and more. There are songs from over a hundred different artists and songs from the top charts. You can connect with your other friends who happen to play this game and compete with them. Alternatively, you can always try to beat your own high score.


3. My Friend Pedro: Ripe for Revenge

My Friend Pedro is the story of a banana (yes, really) who has his family kidnapped and is being hunted down. The game is a platformer with over 37 action-packed levels filled with enemies and different ways to kill them. You can use your guns to fight the enemies off while running, skateboarding, or riding a motorcycle. If that isn’t badass, we don’t know what is!

This is actually a sequel to the original My Friend Pedro, and the first part is just as fun as the new one. The graphics are simple which means this game can run on literally any smartphone. The levels are filled with enemies and strategically placed walls and platforms for you to climb onto. While the objective seems easy, the actual gameplay is quite addictive and requires a bit of skill and timing. Overall, a very fun way to kill some extra time on your hands.


4. Dread Rune

Dread Rune is a relatively underrated game in the genre of dungeon crawlers and RPGs. What we really like about the game is the unique and clean graphics. There are over 12 different characters you can play as and your only goal is to make it alive till the end of the stage, killing all enemies that stand in between. Dread Rune is a classic example of a game that sounds easier than it really is.


There are several different weapons you can choose from and create deadly combos to take on more than one enemy at a time. The levels are beautifully crafted and the enemies spawn in random locations, making no two rounds the same. The stages are also filled with destructible elements that you can use to your advantage and find your own way out of every level. Like most other RPGs, you can upgrade your character’s stats and level up things like weaponry and armor to take on bigger enemies.

5. Marvel Future Revolution 

Ending our list of some of the best Android games for September 2021, we have a banger by none other than Marvel! We assume you already know all about the superheroes belonging to the Marvel universe. Marvel Future Revolution is an RPG that brings all of your favorite superheroes and makes them playable as characters.

The game has some of the best graphics for any RPG available on mobile. For the same reason, we recommend a phone with a decent processor to run the game smoothly. The game has a massive open world that you can explore with any character you like. The game has a deep storyline and missions that test your agility and other skills. Another feature we really appreciated was the ability to create a custom costume for your superhero.

That’s all folks! We hope you enjoyed our roundup of some of the best Android games for September 2021! Which one among the list is your favorite, and how many of these games have you already known or have been playing? Know other good Android games that you feel people might find interesting? Do let us know in the comments section below, we’d be delighted to hear from you guys!

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