Mystery games give you an adrenaline rush as you will never know what’s coming up next. The story revolves in a way that makes you think of all the possibilities, and it opens your mind and engages it entirely in the game. By the end of the game, you might be surprised by some revelations. Some of the astounding games that you can get on your Android device are:

 

The Room

It is a four series mystery game that includes games like The Room, The Room: Old Sins, The Room 2, The Room 3. These are the physical puzzler games where the player is trapped inside a mysterious 3D world from where they have to make their way out to escape that puzzle. The first one in this series has a very basic story. Later, the creators of the game added storylines and features like achievements, cloud savings, etc. along with excellent graphics to make this game insanely attractive and exciting.

Ace Attorney Series

This is a series of four games that includes mystery puzzle visual novel from Nintendo DS and 3DS. The four games available on Android right now are Spirit of Justice, Apollo Justice Ace Attorney, Ace Attorney Investigations, and Ace Attorney: Dual Destinies. All of these games start with a new case where the player has to collect shreds of evidence and have to use those evidence to win the case in court. But each one of these games works on their unique mechanics. You will need Android 5.0 or later to play these games.

Adventure Escape Series

This series includes five different games that engage you in finding clues, unraveling the mystery, and solving puzzles throughout the adventurous storyline. The games for this series are available for free, but if you find your character to be lost in the game and want it to win, then you will have to make in-app purchases. These games are a classic point-and-click adventure style game where you find clues and save it for solving puzzles later.

Layton: Diabolical Box in HD

In this game, you will find The Professor Layton series that is a famous mystery series from Nintendo DS. Level 5 is helping in porting the games for mobile users. Currently, there are four games available in this series for Android users, and those are Diabolic Box, Curious Village, Mystery Journey, and Pandora Box. The basic storyline of these games is similar where Professor Layton begins his journey to unravel various mysteries. Each of these games will cost you around $10 to $16, and you will be saved from in-app purchases and irrelevant ads.

Life Is Strange

It is a 5 part episodic game series. The storyline of the game is based on the choices you make, and then you get to the consequences. It also allows the player to rewind time and affect the past, present, or future. This game only supports devices running on Android 6.0 or later and supports OpenGL3.1 along with ARM 64 and 2GB of RAM. You can begin playing the game for free, but as you proceed, you will be required to subscribe to their premium plan.

Rusty Lake Series

This series includes ten puzzle mysteries games, and all of them fall under the mystery category. Most of the apps under this series are available for free except the Rusty Lake, Paradise Rusty Lake Roots, and Rusty Lake Hotel that costs $3.49 each. Each of these apps follows room mechanism and point-and-click adventure mechanics to move around and engage with the graphics and game seamlessly.

Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc

This game has been on the Play Store for ten years now, and it follows a great story that takes place at a privileged government-sponsored academy known as Hope’s Peak, where all the best high school students from various fields receive an elite education. Eventually, 15 students join this academy, and the players have to figure out the person behind all the mysterious things happening at the academy. This game uses 2.5D motion graphics, high-speed deductive action, and 3D map movement control. It runs on Android 7.0 and later and it supports English, Japanese, and Chinese languages.

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