The top 10 beat ’em ups available on Android

The top 10 beat ’em ups available on Android:

In the 1990’s, there was one specific genre that dominated the arcades: beat ’em up. These classic arcade games immersed us in a world where we could punch and kick every enemy who got in our way. This videogame style eventually evolved into the savage 3D “hack & slash,” but it still maintains a fan-base of players who still love wiping the screen clear of all the 2D enemies. We’ve put together a list of the best games from the genre, with this selection of the top 10 beat ’em ups available on Android. 

Los mejores juegos beat 'em up disponibles en Android

Glory Samurai

It’s time to use your own Bruce Lee wannabe to clear all the enemies from the screen with the fastest and strongest attacks you can manage. Your eyes are sure light up with the colorful graphics, although the constant ads do rain on the parade quite a bit, cooling your desire to make it to the end. The special attacks are really something spectacular though, which is probably the best thing about Glory Samurai. [Download]

Glory Samurai

ChronoBlade

Although beat ’em ups are usually set in urban settings, ChronoBlade, stands out from the rest as it fully immerses us in a universe full of swords and witchcraft. Get ready to be thrilled by spectacular 3D graphics and enormous final bosses. With tons of variety and fun to be had, you get to choose from various character classes with all different abilities. This adds an interesting dimension to the game as it slightly changes how you’ll play each round. [Download]

ChronoBlade

God of Highschool

It’s typical to find beat ’em ups on Android with a simple gameplay, based on manganime licenses. God of Highschool introduces us to a Korean manwa that dishes out a good dosis of beat downs, high school characters, Asian folklore, and typical fanservice. It’s especially fun thanks to all the crazy combos you can unleash and the huge ensemble of characters who you can have join your team. [Download]

God of Highschool

Ultra Fighters

Spectacular would be the word we’d use to describe the graphics in Ultra Fighters. We often end up getting let down with the big names a lot of games boast, but in this case, Ultra Fighters does not disappoint. Here you can expect lots of action and gorgeous graphics that let you carry out all sorts of moves. It’s pretty simple in its development, but at least you have plenty of characters to unlock. [Download]

Ultra Fighters

Evangelion: Dawn Break

Zankoku na tenshi no you ni, Shounen yo shinwa ni nare… I think you know where we’re going with this, right? This videogame from Evangelion puts us right smack dab in the original anime: you advance through storylines from the series while fighting against all sorts of angels who cross your path. In addition to the hand-to-hand combat, you also get to level up your EVAs, collect objects, and other typical options for online Android games. While it’s not available in western languages yet, it’s hard not to enjoy a game like this one. [Download]

Evangelion: Dawn Break

Hero Fighter X

A classic among classics, Hero Fighter X may be somewhat rough around the edges if we compare it to modern-day beat ’em ups, but gameplay-wise, it still reigns king. In the beginning, you can only play in pretty boring phases, but it doesn’t take long before you can start unlocking more entertaining modes. You’ll end up being fascinated by the enormous number of fighting options you have in front of you. It’s probably one of the most complete Android games in terms of playability that exists in this genre. [Download]

Hero Fighter X

BlazBlue RR

BlazBlue has become a big name in fighting games thanks to being one of the most technical titles that exists. Watching tournaments of any of its many games is always interesting thanks to the fatality of its combos. This installment for Android sets itself apart from the console games a bit with its excellent touchscreen controls and the fact that it offers a story mode where you have to wipe out all the enemies you come across. You won’t want to miss this gem called BlazBlue RR. [Download]

BlazBlue RR

Missile Heroes

Ancient China serves as a backdrop for Missile Heroesa great beat ’em up with graphics impressive enough to be envied by all its peers. It doesn’t attempt to reinvent the wheel or anything in terms of gameplay, where you’ll find the typical special moves buttons, but at the very least, it will light up your screen with its pure spectacular-ness. [Download]

Missile Heroes

Beat Street

If we had to choose a smartphone version of classics like Double Dragon, Street of Rage, and Final Fight, the clear choice would be Beat Street. Its retro, pixelated graphics and its traditional development have you take down all sorts of anthropomorphic animals who try to get in your way. One interesting point worth mentioning is the fact that you have to unlock movements as you complete screens, so the game becomes more and more complex as you complete the phases. [Download]

Beat Street

Dragon Spear

At first glance, Dragon Spear reminds us of Dragon’s Crown, one of the beat ’em ups that’s caused a big stir in recent times. Not only for its simply amazing visuals, but for the excessive details of the characters. Especially the female characters. We’re not huge fans of this design decision, but we do recognize that it’s the norm for many mobile games. Despite all that, Dragon Spear is a great game in terms of gameplay. Its variety of characters and settings remind us of the legendary beat ’em up Dungeons & Dragons. [Download]

Dragon Spear

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