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    25 Best Google Play Pass Games – Part 1

    Without any warning, Google Play Pass was launched in Spain. The service allows you to download paid and offline games for a small monthly fee, directly from the Play Store.

    But the big question for players is whether there are good Android games on the service. Of course, the answer is yes, and here we are going to explain what these games are.

    Hi I'm João and welcome to another mobile gamer video.

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    Table of Contents

    • 1. Star Wars: KOTOR
    • 2. Stardew Valley
    • 3. LIMBO
    • 4. Forgotthon Anne
    • 5. Grimvalor
    • 6. This war of mine
    • 7. Terraria
    • 8. Portal Knights
    • 9. Swordigo
    • 10. Titan quest
    • 11. Touchgrind BMX 2
    • 12. Space Marshals
    • 13. Reckless Getaway 2
    • 14. Shadow Fight 2 Special Edition
    • 15. Evoland
    • 16. Monument Valley 1 e 2
    • 17. Agent A: The Enigma in Disguise
    • 18. Party hard go
    • 19. The School – White Day
    • 21. The Escapists 1 e 2
    • 22. Wayward Souls
    • 23. Lost Echo
    • 24. The Garden Between
    • 25. Bridge Constructor Portal

    1. Star Wars: KOTOR

    We started our list of the best Google Play Pass games with this forgotten gem.

    Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic is an action RPG developed by Bioware. That's right, the same creator of the Mass Effect franchise.

    The game was originally released on PC and Xbox and later gained versions for iOS and Android.

    Kotor, as it is known today, takes place 4 years before the events in the cinema and chronicles the battles in the old republic against Darth Malak and the Sith armada.

    Kotor is that typical Bioware RPG, with hundreds of dialogues, the possibility of having companions and traveling across the galaxy.

    But the good thing is the intriguing story and the possibility to choose between being a Sith or a Jedi.

    And how to take advantage of this if the game is in English?

    Ah, here is the leap of the cat. There is a gambiarra that allows you to leave the game with dialogues in Spanish. Just swap a file. The tip is in a link in the description.

    2. Stardew Valley

    A classic indie game considered by many to be one of the best indie games of all time.

    Stardew Valley is a rare gem made by just one person.

    Stardew Valley is the best mobile RPG of 2019.

    The developer's idea was to create a Harvest Moon-style game, an RPG where you manage a farm. But Stardew Valley surpassed its inspiration and became one of those games that is recommended for anyone to play.

    Upon receiving an inheritance farm, your character discovers that he will experience many more adventures than taking care of a plantation and chickens. In addition to taking care of the farm, you'll be able to interact with various NPCs in a city and even get married.

    But don't embark on this journey if you want an action-focused game. Stardew Valley is a game about taking things slow. A metaphor for life and one of the most “therapy” games you will find.

    3. LIMBO

    Whenever we talk about “art game”, the first thing that comes to our mind is the magnificent Limbo.

    Created with an aesthetic of film noir (read nuár) and German expressionism, the game has an impactful atmosphere that transports the player to a lugubrious and dark world.

    In this dark world a young man walks through the woods alone and then SHOW! He suffers a bizarre death.

    Only then do we find out what the deal is in Limbo. Your character is trapped in this world, but he is in search of something or someone.

    By not showing text or dialogue and communicating with the player only through this dark world, Limbo is clearly one of the most ingenious platform games to ever exist.

    4. Forgotthon Anne

    Have you ever thought about where that forgotten sock will end up? In Forgotthon Anne we know the realm where the things that were lost are.

    In this realm, we control Anne, an inquisitor charged with keeping in line all the things that have disappeared from their owners' lives.

    But isn't Anne also a person who has been forgotten?

    This cinematic adventure is one of the most beautiful games on Google Play Pass.

    Serious! It's impossible to play and not imagine yourself inside a Studio Ghibli movie.

    And because it's all done in the traditional animation style, anyone would think it's a short game.

    What a mistake, Forgotthen Anne lasts about 8 hours and about 10 if you try to complete everything. It's a lot for a first-time studio adventure.

    Yes, it is a linear game with a focus on narrative. But by presenting a fantastic and very creative world, Forgotton Anne rescues a little of that good old imagination that lives in each of us.

    And as you can see, the game is all translated into Spanish.

    Super recommend!

    5. Grimvalor

    Known by many as a “Dark Souls 2D”, Grimvalor is a highly recommended action and platform game for you to discover on Google Play Pass.

    Combining action with RPG elements, Grimvalor delivers that adventure with a dash of extra challenge that many enjoy.

    The game has mechanics such as rolling dodge and even a parry to be used on enemies. But like every game influenced by Dark Souls, don't expect a cakewalk.

    At the beginning of the year, the game gained a “new game+” option and a Spanish translation.

    I know you see this game as free on the Play Store, but it's just for testing. By subscribing to the Play Pass, you already get the full version with all stages unlocked.

    6. This war of mine

    Most popular war games are always about being the best soldier, that guy who will win the war alone.

    But in the real world things are quite different, and if we live in a war conflict, we would be in trouble on a “This War of Mine” level.

    In this classic game, you will experience the other side of the war. The side of those who try to survive amidst bombs and daily gunfire, without supplies of water or food.

    The game is about strategy and survival, and in it, you will command a group of people trying to survive in the middle of the war. Spoiler: some will be on the way, so get ready that this game will make you review some concepts about life.

    7. Terraria

    Dubbed by many as a "Minecraft 2D", Terraria actually had a lot of features that Mojang's game didn't have yet, but that it has today.

    A lot of exploration, varied enemies and bosses were already present in Terraria back in 2013. This made the 2D game much more interesting to explore.

    But the crafting part of Terraria is also exciting. The weapon building part is pretty interesting: You can create everything from magical boomerangs to laser pistols.

    Terraria is ideal for those who are looking for a game to relax and build things, but who are also looking for a bit of mystery and discovery.

    And what about a game released in 2013 on mobile phones and which continues to receive free updates with new content to this day?

    8. Portal Knights

    Portal Knights is a cooperative sand box game with 3D graphics.

    With RPG and crafting elements, the game is often associated with Minecraft, but Portal Knights is much more about traveling through various worlds, collecting items and defeating enemies.

    The main cycle, and central idea of ​​the game, consists of you (plus a group of friends) exploring a small sand-box world, collecting items, defeating enemies and then looking for the exit, a portal that will take them to the next world. .

    You can use 3 main hero classes: Warrior, Archer and Mage. The game is all in Spanish. The adventure is integrated into the PC and it is possible to play even on private servers.

    It's great for Play Pass as it allows you to subscribe to the service once, and your entire Google Play family will have access to the game.

    9. Swordigo

    Swordigo is a fixture in our tops of the best offline games. After all, there's nothing better than an offline and light game.

    But wait there? Swordigo is already free, why is it on Play Pass?

    Boss battles start out dull, but then get exciting.

    Yes, but with Play Pass, you unlock all in-app purchases. So think of it like those MOD games. Playing through Play Pass will give you twice as much money to spend.

    Swordigo is a classic 3D action game with 2D gameplay that mixes platform and RPG elements.

    More than that, it is a masterpiece of simplicity. The game was originally released for Android and iOS in 2012.

    In Swordigo, you take on the role of a young swordsman apprentice. Your mission will be to follow in the footsteps of your mentor, who lost the fight to evil, but left a quest that must be completed by you.

    10. Titan quest

    Titan Quest is a classic RPG with action elements. On mobile, the game has become a hack'n slash with tons of content to explore.

    In Titan Quest you must complete missions and help Zeus in his fight against the titans.

    The gameplay is very reminiscent of Diablo, although the theme is completely different, here the thing is Greek mythology.

    A game with an exceptional campaign and ideal for long gaming moments. Its only negative point is that it doesn't speak Spanish. But it remains a highly recommended game for RPG fans.

    When it was released in 2016 on Android, the game was very heavy, but nowadays it runs on any intermediary.

    11. Touchgrind BMX 2

    Touchgrind BMX 2 is another free game that when you download it through Play Pass, you have access to all the in-app purchases.

    In this casual game, you control a bmx bike with your fingertips. The creative command interface is something inherited from Touchgrind Skate (which is also on Play Pass).

    In games from this producer, there is no analog or buttons. You place your fingers on the screen, one on the seat and one on the handlebars.

    The game reacts to your movements on the screen and the result is different and innovative gameplay.

    While Touchgrind Skate focused on small scenarios and made for stunts, Touchgrind BMX 2 expands the idea with the possibility of facing much larger scenarios such as bike-cross tracks.

    12. Space Marshals

    Space Marshals has already been talked about a lot here on the channel.

    But for those who don't know, in this game, you control a space sheriff. Search for outlaws who have escaped from a prison and hunt criminals across the 4 corners of the galaxy.

    The game begins as your character struggles to escape the space prison left by criminals on the brink of collapse. Once you manage to reach a planet safely, new missions will be delegated, and it will be possible to start chasing the fugitives.

    The high-mounted camera lets you do more than just run and shoot. In Space Marshals, missions always have a steath element, and in some cases, it is possible to complete missions without being seen.

    13. Reckless Getaway 2

    Escape the police in one of the craziest car chase games on Android.

    The game reminds a little of the Driver series with that old car footprint and chases from the 70's and 80's police movies.

    The result is spectacular accidents in a city full of possibilities.

    The only downside is that the game is a little more repetitive than the original. But as a perk of Play Pass, we can unlock all cars and extras for free.

    14. Shadow Fight 2 Special Edition

    Shadow Fight 2 Special Edition is the paid version of this classic fighting game.

    The game became famous for fluid movement and perfect capture of martial arts moments.

    Face different masters and try to get rid of the shadow curse. There are dozens of martial arts masters who will demand everything from the player.

    The differential of the Special Edition version is that it does not come with any in-app purchases. The entire game has been optimized for this final, full version.

    Shadow Fight 2 Special Edition also features an additional chapter that tells the story of the Sensei who trained the shadow warrior. The game still requires internet, but only to authenticate the purchase during the first run, after that, the player has complete freedom to play offline.

    15. Evoland

    Evoland is a journey through the history of video games, but calm down, it's no documentary.

    The game starts with retro graphics, very “Game Boy” style. As you open chests, new graphical features are “unlocked” and the visuals improve.

    Evoland reminds a little of The Legend of Zelda, and the gameplay will delight those who enjoy games like that too. But there are times when the adventure references Diablo, Final Fantasy and other games.

    An excellent game to beat on Android, especially for those who already have a good gaming background and have played many of the classics that Evoland makes reference to. Too bad there are no Spanish subtitles. But it's in Spanish.

    Evoland usually has an affordable price, in the range of R$ 12 reais, but for 10 you already subscribe to the Play Pass and break, take a lot of games with you.

    16. Monument Valley 1 e 2

    The Monument Valley puzzle franchise is featured on Play Pass.

    These two games draw attention for their creativity.

    Even those who don't like puzzles will be delighted to see how the puzzles are solved in the game.

    In case you didn't know, in this game, you use optical illusions to solve a puzzle and find the way out of each scenario.

    In the first game, we follow Ida on her journey through impossible structures. In the second game, we must guide mother and daughter through a much more complex world.

    Monument Valley is that kind of game that is “art” everywhere you look or hear. The soundtrack is also a show on its own, playing with headphones is almost mandatory.

    Both games already have all expansions released thanks to Play Pass.

    17. Agent A: The Enigma in Disguise

    “Agent A: The enigma in disguise” is a game that is usually not expensive on Google Play. But that's the case, right? If the game already comes on Play Pass, let's test it to see.

    And it's not that the game is really good.

    Agent A is that typical puzzle game where you collect objects from a scene and make them interact to solve a puzzle.

    In Spanish, offline and with a fun spy story in the background.

    This game fulfills its role as a point and click adventure so well that it has an average rating of 4.9 out of 5 stars on Google Play.

    18. Party hard go

    Anyone who enjoys crazy-themed games needs to give Party hard go a chance.

    In this game, you control a guy who is tired of the neighbors with their noisy parties. Instead of calling the police, he decides to solve everything "on the stick".


    Look for tools that can help you with this crazy task. Destroy everything and everyone that gets in your way.

    Party Hard has semi-procedural environments and focuses on unique ways to kill people. You can act sneaky or act like a horror movie maniac. And when the police arrive, just start dancing like nothing happened.

    19. The School – White Day

    Look, we were a little worried when White Day disappeared from Google Play. The game has come back under a new label, and players who have purchased the game before have found it difficult to find the old version.

    Fortunately the game was included in the Play Pass and you can check it out in this new version.

    White Day is a popular holiday in Asian countries, it's like Valentine's Day. In this game, you control a young man who is about to declare himself to a girl.

    But calm down, baby boy. Upon arriving at school, the place has a weird atmosphere and everyone has disappeared.

    With a touch of Silent Hill, this is one of the best horror games for Android. An adventure with great graphics that will give you good scares.

    The game is a little heavy, so here's a warning for those who have a medium device.


    One of the first Madfinger games is available on Play Pass.

    SAMURAI II: VENGEANCE is a classic action game that may seem simple for today, but it's still a lot of fun.

    Released back in 2010, the game drew attention for its visuals and blood everywhere.

    The game is short, SAMURAI II: VENGEANCE lasts about 2 hours, but it's a good game to beat in one shot.

    Who remembers this classic from the early years of Android?

    21. The Escapists 1 e 2

    A much sought after franchise, but the crowd turns up their noses to buy. The escapists 1 and 2 are available on Google Play Pass.

    The theme of this game is very funny. Escape from prison in 6 different missions, very “Prision Break” style.

    A game that awakens the player's creativity and reasoning.

    The second game is even cooler for those who have Play Pass, as it is possible to share the game among family members on Google Play and enjoy the local multiplayer mode for up to 4 people.

    In this second game there are 13 different prisons to try to escape.

    22. Wayward Souls

    Wayward Souls is a rogue like with a very cool Pixel Art look that invites the player to explore a dark world full of challenges.

    It looks more like one of those games with everything automatic, but luckily that's not the case here. The game doesn't even have any in-app purchases. Everything you have game, you win by defeating enemies.

    The game generates its dungeons in a procedural way, so no match will be the same in this game. But there is a story that ties everything together and gives you an addictive game.

    In all, there will be 13 areas to explore, but don't expect a repetitive challenge, because as I said, every time you play these areas change.

    23. Lost Echo

    In this 3D adventure with beautiful graphics, you're in the shoes of a teenager who's lost his girlfriend and you need to find out what's going on, because people all over the world are disappearing without explanation.

    Solve puzzles, interact with countless characters and try to find out what really happened!

    The investigation game has adventure elements and requires a lot of thinking and exploration.

    Lost I think is all in Spanish.

    24. The Garden Between

    The Gardens Between is a captivating adventure and puzzle game in which we follow the story of two best friends. The game was released for Android for R$ 18,90. Needless to say, this is a premium and offline game, right? Fortunately, with Google Play Pass, you can check out the game at no additional cost.

    The game revolves around teenagers Arina and Fendt, a girl and boy who are neighbors and become best friends. On a rainy night, they decide to escape and hide in a tree house. Built in a small garden, but this is no ordinary house.

    They see a sphere of light form before them and suddenly they are in an ocean of dreams where islands represent small personal experiences.

    It's a curious game that shows how the pain of separation is visually represented through stages that are the characters' memories.

    Will they be together in the end? Then just playing to find out.

    25. Bridge Constructor Portal

    Bridge Constructor Portal is a puzzle game for Android and iOS where the player needs to build bridges. The game is themed in the Portal game universe.

    For the task, you can use the crazy technologies of the company Aperture Science, with the right to use portal machines.

    A game full of references to the mythical PC game. You will be guided by the artificial intelligence GLaDOS, interpreted by the original voice of Ellen McLain.

    The first Bridge Constructor game is also available on Play Pass, be sure to check it out.

    And here ends our first article about Google Play Pass. Lots of offline games and lots of fun without having to spend a fortune.

    If you have any questions, leave a comment.

    Soon we will post part 2.

    A big hug and until next time.

    [originally published January 5, 2021]

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