Seven games inspired by the Legend of Zelda that you can play on your Android

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There is no doubt that the video game series The legend of zelda from Nintendo He has been a professor in the action-adventure game genre. Each new installment with its numerous reinventions have served as inspiration in the video game world.

Being one of the references of the genre, it is not surprising to find video games inspired by The Legend of Zelda, thus trying to capture the attention of fans of the saga. And in Google Play we find several “Zelda-type” games that we can enjoy on our Android devices, such as the following titles:


Sparklite

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We start the selection with Sparklite, an adventure game originally released in 2019 on PC and consoles that has recently landed on our mobile devices. In this title we are facing a Zelda roguelike, that is, in a dungeon style game pixel art reminiscent of the classic Nintendo game that offers us an adventure in an extravagant land that is constantly changing. We can try the first level for free, but to continue the game we will have to buy the complete game.

Sparklite

Sparklite

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Evoland

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We continue with Evoland, an essential game for every lover of role-playing games, since this title allows us to live and enjoy the evolution of the genre, where we will find references and winks to the Zelda saga and also to Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest, among other sagas.

Evoland

Evoland

  • Developer: Playdigious
  • Download it at: Google play
  • Price: € 2.99 | Free with Google Play Pass
  • Category: Role playing games

Evoland 2

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With Evoland 2 we are facing its sequel, a new installment that offers us a new adventure of more than 20 hours to relive again the evolution of this genre of video games throughout history with more references to the great sagas.

Evoland 2

Evoland 2

  • Developer: Playdigious
  • Download it at: Google play
  • Price: € 6.99 | Free with Google Play Pass
  • Category: Role playing games

Oceanhorn

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With Oceanhorn We are facing the Wind Waker for mobile devices because of the great inspiration that its developers have had when creating this title. The game offers us captivating story that we have to explore the islands of a world full of dangers, puzzles and secrets.

Oceanhorn

Oceanhorn

Seabeard

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We follow our selection with Beabeard, a mind-blowing cross of Animal Crossing and Wind Waker. Its developers propose an adventure in which we have to restore our hometown while we explore nearby islands to live adventures, recruit new characters and get objects.

Seabeard

Seabeard

The Legend of Skyfish

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The Legend of Skyfish is another game inspired by The Legend of Zelda. Through its 45 handmade levels we will have to defeat giant bosses with the help of their fishing rod. The game supports gamepads in case its strange touch control doesn’t convince you.

The Legend of Skyfish

The Legend of Skyfish

Genshin Impact

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Finally, we end our selection with Gehshin Impact, the popular adventure that reminded everyone of Zelda: Breath of the Wild by its many similarities. The title proposes an adventure in a massive open world full of missions and combats.

Genshin Impact

Genshin Impact

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