Elden Ring has been a major hit on Steam and perhaps you are looking for games similar to i, but on either the Android or iOS. Below are some games like Elden Ring that I think you should consider playing if you are feeling the itch to play on the go.
Animus – Harbinger (Android – $4.99)
Harbinger takes you into the past, to the very days when Kerr the Breaker, Bringer of Nightmares, first bore down on the realm in vengeance. You, Forlorn — a pilgrim caught out of time, and follower of the Resonant — are called upon by the shadow of the late King Cadmus. Cadmus implores you to save the children of Qurrhem, and the realm of Cadmeia. In a time before Blood Memory, you stand alone between death and deliverance… for the forgotten cannot die, as they have truly never lived… until this day.
The controls can be a bit clunky, but it is still worth playing on the go. It reminds me a lot of Dark Souls mixed in with Elden Ring. The game can be hard, depending on your skill level.
Animus – Stand Alone (Android – $3.99)
Take on the role of an anonymous warrior — caught out of place and time — on a journey to bring an end to a broken world. Gather your weapons and choose with care: distance, timing, combinations, stamina, and attributes will determine the outcome of battle.
If you wanted to play on the road, the mobile version is available. Do keep in mind that the camera angles can be terrible. It does provide a good challenge later in the game, so it is fun for people that like a tough road ahead.
Wayward Souls (Android – $6.99, iOS – $7.99)
Wayward Souls is an action-adventure game built for quick playthroughs and massive amounts of replay value. It was inspired by our previous game, Mage Gauntlet. Having random generated levels mean that every time you play the game, it’s a different experience. Control one of six characters, all with their own unique playstyles, abilities, and equipment. Explore and fight for survival, in combat where your tactics, positioning, and timing matter.
The game is challenging and fun, although the graphics is the classic pixel art like Chrono Trigger, which can deter some gamers. The game has great replay value. Phone/Tablet touch pad can be hard for some, especially when you are used to a controller. All of this can be looked past if you are looking for a hard game to complete.
Become the Savior and salvage the world from the brink of its destruction. Hundred Soul is filled with thrilling action packed battles where your reaction to every second dictates the flow of action.
Graphics are gorgeous, soundtrack robust, and the battle system is incredibly fun. It does come with auto battle, which may turn some away. The combat system is well done and if it had more control settings to customize, it would be even better.
Revenant Knight (Android – $0.99)
Revenant Knight is a hardcore action game that gives you a Dark Souls vibe. You control a knight that must defend the tombstone of a lady from enemies. The settings is dark and makes the game much more tense to play. You have got to use your own skills to survive through another day. Enemies appear at night and you must kill them all. Combat is smooth and has decent control settings. For less than a dollar, it is well worth it to play on the go.
Dark Raider is a new retro Action game brought to you by the same team that gave you Tribemen. Raid hundreds of dungeons, hack through waves of enemies, and defeat powerful bosses in this new take to the Hack & Slash action genre.
The graphics are very cool, the sprites and pixel style may or may not suit you depending on your tastes. Game can be hard for some players as the enemy attacks are very quick. This game also suffers from poor controls.
The Elder Scrolls- Blades (Android, Free)
The Elder Scrolls: Blades is a free-to-play action role-playing game developed by Bethesda Game Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks. It is a spin-off of The Elder Scrolls series, set following The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion and preceding The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
If you are craving for Elder Scrolls on mobile, this is a fun game on the go with good storyline and visuals, just like the PC version. Building the town is enjoyable with random daily quests and PVP is decently done.
Pascal’s Wager (Android – $6.99, iOS – $6.99)
Pascal’s Wager is a new action-RPG that attempts to recreate the magic and difficulty of Dark Souls while also being on mobile devices. It has solid gameplay overall, with a variety of playstyles that is adjustable based on preference. The maps provide a diverse variety of environments.
The controls are the only downside of the game and this seems to be the bane of most mobile versions. You will need to decide if you want to adapt to mobile controls.
Way of Retribution (Android, Free)
Start your adventure with sword and magic, increasing your experience and enchanting weapon in a fantasy open world. The graphics are great, the ambiance is on point and the best thing is that it is controller compatible. Fall damage punishes players hard and random people can join your game and offer no help. Aside from that, you cant really complain much about it as a free game.
Darkness Rises is a revolutionary Action RPG that blends gorgeous graphics, innovative gameplay, and intense boss battles, all within the palm of your hands. Gamers will descend into the abyss following a dark linear storyline that have you take on powerful enemies and bosses that must be stopped in order to prevent an evil force from spreading darkness.
You have several characters to choose from, with many different challenges in addition to the storyline. There is a lot of content you can do and it can get you hooked easily.
Dungeon Ward (Andorid, Free)
Dungeon Ward is a single player offline action RPG game mixed with old-school grid-based dungeon crawler innovated by a modern 3rd person perspective. It focuses on real-time combat, looting, RPG character building, questing and boss fights.
Blade of God is an indie hardcore 3D action mobile game. The game concept is based on Norse Mythology. You will play as Chaos, a hero who has special blood. In order to save your family, you have to make tough choices between sin and redemption, between survival and destruction.
It is very reminiscent of the old God Of War game with a few new mechanics. The dialogue is fully voiced. The controls are smooth and responsive. Graphics is still great even on low setting. It is a good free game.
Lords of the Fallen (Android – $11.99, iOS – $9.99)
Lords of the Fallen is a mysterious action game where you battle gothic monsters in a thrilling 1-on-1 combat. Use swipe controls to attack, dodge or parry. But keep in mind that quick wits needs to be combined with the right strategy to defeat enemies.
This is probably the closest thing you can find to the Infinity blade series on android. The game can become difficult at times. Gameplay is fun and graphics are great. Despite being a paid game, there are still micro transactions. So do keep that in mind.
Powerlust is an old school action RPG roguelike with manual combat and a dark atmosphere. The creatures don’t disappear when dead like in most games. The graphics are clear. You can choose your skills, masteries, difficulty and there are no set classes. You can make it as easy or as hard as you want.
Step into Teyvat, a vast world teeming with life and flowing with elemental energy. You and your sibling arrived here from another world. Separated by an unknown god, stripped of your powers, and cast into a deep slumber, you now awake to a world very different from when you first arrived. Thus begins your journey across Teyvat to seek answers from The Seven — the gods of each element. Along the way, prepare to explore every inch of this wondrous world, join forces with a diverse range of characters, and unravel the countless mysteries that Teyvat holds…
This game has anime graphics and may not be suitable for Elden Rings fans due to the difference in settings and graphics style. However, the gameplay is quite good. The visuals are beautiful, the music is so immersive. It has a lot of playable characters, so you will be spoilt for choice here. Give it a go if you can look past the art style.