Dual Souls seems to be the sequence of slashers, a melee fighting game from the obscure developer Galip Kartoğlu. Its Android games look ugly (and they are a bit), but the gameplay beats a lot of online games out there.
Forget the unpolished look of Dual Souls. What matters in this game is its gameplay that seems to be a mixture of Samurai Shodown e Last Blade.
With precise controls and impressive gameplay, this is by far one of the best fighting games for Android you'll ever see. Just looking at the screen, the commands may seem simple (to see), but the list of moves is immense. Each character has many specials and combos.
And there is a certain complexity to mastering Dual Souls. It will take some time to learn the combos or create your own, if you are a person who is familiar with terms such as Frame Data, Frame advantage, Parry, among others).
There are 10 characters with unique abilities. Each fighter can choose between two fighting styles that allow for different “supers”.
And as you'd expect from a good offline fighting game, Dual Souls supports Bluetooth/USB controllers.
25 Best OFFLINE Fighting Games for Android and iOS
Skullgirls Mobile adds fighter at fan request (Android and iOS)
HeroVersus: New Fighting Game for Android is in beta on Google Play
Dual Souls impresses by the quality. Whoever created this game knows a lot about competitive fighting games like Guilty Gear e BlazBlue. The only thing the game lacks is the graphics. Missing a Pixelart artist to help finish the game.
Note: There is a system of coins to be able to play for free, but it only exists to encourage the player to unlock the other game modes. It is not a monetization system.
GOOGLE PLAY (ANDROID)
Designvolvedora: Galip Kartoglu
Advertising: Yes | Offline Game
Contains built-in purchases: Yes
Requires Android 4.4 or higher
Language: English | Size: 32 MB
*APK in XAPK format, you need to have the app from the APK Pure website to be able to install the game.