Decision making games for Android

We have to make decisions throughout our lives, from when we are practically born to the day we die. They are not usually easy decisions, since they can change our immediate present or long-term future, so you have to think about them well. In Android, we have numerous games to make decisions that can serve as tests or simulations for our life in a fun way.

All of these decision making games for Android contains interactive stories that change the script depending on the options that we choose.

Here in this list, we are going to suggest some of what we consider the best of the genre.

Decision making games for Android:

1. City of Love: Paris

City of Love: Paris dives you into an interactive drama where romance, mystery, and the Parisian lifestyle meet. The whole game develops according to the decision you opt for the main role.

This game’s location plot is in Paris, with a woman who seeks to start her life in the city of love. It begins with a job interview for a famous magazine, where the girl meets the young owner, and from there, all the mysteries and all the friendships that the character develops. YOU are the heroine of the story, and YOU choose how you want to explore the iconic City of Paris, discover the beautiful Parisian locations, make new friends and get to know them better through different fun activities. Meet, date, and flirt.

2. Decisions

Decisions — Another title that bets on that world of intrigue, love and secrets in which we have a lot to do with it. It allows us to customize our character to our liking; while the game offers us numerous scenes with prepared scripts, we just have to choose the option we think is convenient. 

The title includes several stories of different themes. Live your life the way you’d like to. Make a bold decision in each episode of the game and watch how your story turns out. Read a genre that suits you– teen drama, rom-com, or suspense.

3. Missing

Missing is a reality-based adventure decision making game designed to allow the players to experience what a girl who has been abducted goes through when she is trafficked into the inhumane and cruel world of prostitution — a very cruel world into which millions of girls are lost every year.

The player is Champa, a girl who is imprisoned by an organization that promotes prostitution. At that moment, we must help her make decisions and take actions that allow her to escape. Visually it is very detailed and has a panoramic vision.

4. Reigns

Reigns is a unique Android decision making game where embodying a monarch who must make decisions about all the news that reaches the kingdom, both in the military sphere and in treasury or church management. It allows you to choose between two profiles of king: being generous and benevolent with our people, or being a selfish and tyrant who only looks for their benefit. 

Proper decisions and careful planning make for a long reign but unforeseen motivations, surprise events, and poor luck can take down even the most well-established monarch.

Only problem with the game is that it is not free; you have to pay a few bucks to install it, but definitely worth it.

5. This War of Mine

This War of Mine is another paid decision making game for Android, where you do not play as an elite soldier, rather as a group of civilians trying to survive in a shutdown city — struggling with lack of all necessities like food, medicine, and constant danger from snipers and hostile scavengers. The game provides an experience of war seen from a completely new angle. 

In the game, making decisions that are sometimes very difficult, both in choosing the right path and in deciding who to help or who to leave along the way, try to protect everybody from your shelter or sacrifice some for the long term survival. During the war, no decisions are good or bad; there is only survival. 

6. The Walking Dead: Michonne

For games with difficult decisions, we have The Walking Dead series as the flagship product. It shows three miniseries from Robert Kirkman’s books, which coincide with the absence of Michonne, one of the protagonists of the series. I mean, you have to find out who and why they took Michonne. And for those who Loved The walking Dead TV series and want to experience it virtually.

7. Beholder

In Beholder, a totalitarian state controls every movement of its tenants. So the player’s job as the doorman of the apartment block should be to control everything that happens in the building and its tenants, as well as to bug the tenant’s place and hear everything they say and observe them.

Player has to collect information and must later decide whether to share with the government or not, decisions that will have consequences. You must also REPORT anyone who has capability or a chance of violating the laws or plotting subversive activities against the State to the authorities.

You can try the game for free, but to unlock the game completely you have to pay a few bucks.

8. 60 Seconds! Atomic Adventure

In 60 Seconds! Atomic Adventure, We play as Ted, a father of a family with only 60 seconds left to impact — the nuclear apocalypse. Guide Ted in a mad, intense, and action-packed dash through his house in search of his family and useful supplies. We must choose the family members and objects that we rescue, elements that also decide on our future. Whatever you acquired and whoever you saved will play an important role in your survival. Each survival story will be different, with every day surprising you with different unexpected events. 

Everything will be against you – time, your very own furniture, the house that’s different every time you play, and the most important question — what and who to take with you and leave behind.

Soon we will update this list with more such decision games for Android.

Vishak is a skilled Content Editor at TechLog360 with a passion for technology. He has a keen eye for the latest trends and advancements in the field of technology. He specializes in creating engaging and informative content on a range of technology-related topics, including the latest hardware news, app reviews, games, smartphones, and much more. He stays up to date with the latest news and breakthroughs in these areas and delivers insightful articles and blog posts that help readers stay informed and engaged.



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