Top 25 Android RPGs | Best Android Role-playing Mobile Games

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Scratch your RPG with our picks for the best role playing games on the Android. These are the top-rated RPG titles currently available on the Google PlayStore. You may get these games by clicking the links below.

Arcane Legends MMO-Action RPG
Attack the Light
Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition
Battleheart Legacy
Chaos Rings III
Crashlands
Dead Trigger 2
DRAGON QUEST V
EGGLIA: Legend of the Redcap
FINAL FANTASY IX for Android
Guild of Dungeoneering
Knights of Pen & Paper +1
Mecha Ace
Pocket Mortys
Postknight
Shadowrun Returns
Sorcery! 3
Sproggiwood
Super Awesome Quest
Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
Tap Titans 2
Templar Battleforce RPG
Wayward Souls
You Must Build A Boat

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  1. One deserving to be in this list is the Zenonia series (3,4,5) although I don't know if any have a good play store. The game has so much depth that I enjoyed putting in around tens of hours on it.

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  5. There's a few games there that would make welcome additions to the Switch, but tbh its doing so well, it hardly needs them. The 3rd party support has already started rolling in.