I'm looking for several types of games for Android. I have an Acer tablet and Tegra 2, so games like Dark Meadow or Renaissance Blood for example won't work for me.
1. Fantasy rpg (and perhaps a shooter). I enjoyed games like Morrowind, Thief series, NWN and even WoW. I'm aware of all the MMO's out there but I'm not looking to play one on a tablet.
I played the Zenonia / Inotia / Destinia games but I'm not looking for more games that have similar graphics, so stuff like Across Age, Legends Arcana, Dink, Symphony of eternity and so on are out of the question.
I tried Horn and I'm also aware of all the Gameloft / Glu and other top developer games out there.
Speaking of graphics, love the ones in Heroes Call, but also “cartoony” stuff like Towers and Trolls or Age of Empires Online.
I also know about Aralon but can't use Amazon's app store.
2. A “classic” point and click adventure game like Myst, Zork Nemesis, Book of Unwritten Tales etc.
So far I played Broken Sword, Tiny bang, Lost City and the Cryptic games on Android and loved them all, but is there anything else out there? The market has plenty of hidden object games but I'm not looking for one atm.
3. A tycoon / business management game like Tattoo Tycoon. A building game like the old Simcity, the Settlers, Anno or Townsmen will do too, but not one of these fb-clones that limit your gameplay with energy, gems or in-game purchases. I'm looking for something I can play for an hour or two without interruption.
4. RTS. Dune, Age of Empires, Warcraft... As long as it's set in some sort of fantasy environment and not turn-based.
I heard about this new game called Genesis but some of the reviews and permissions deter me from trying it out.
What I don't like - Turn based combat, creepy / gory stuff, zombies, modern warfare elements.
Too many invasive permissions like read sensitive log data, read contact data, location, kill background processes, retrieve running applications, start at boot and so on.
Now that was long
Anyway, if games like that exist out there I would really like to hear about them, so any help would be much appreciated