November has been a very good month for new Android games. From long-anticipated new releases to complete surprises (and even a few early access-style exclusives!), there’s a little something for everyone.

Are there any other great new Android games we’ve missed in the last few weeks? Be sure to let your fellow readers know in the comments below!

The Banner Saga

the-banner-saga-pc-1389690813-041[1]One of the finest games of 2014 (and a serious Game of the Year contender) has finally come to Android. The Banner Saga is a strategy RPG, a love letter to The Oregon Trail, and a Norse epic all rolled into one.

Kingdom Rush Origins

Kingdom Rush OriginsIf you’re a fan of tower defense, you’re well acquainted with Kingdom Rush and its sequel, Kingdom Rush Frontiers. This third entry in the series is available now, and yes, it’s the best to date.

Five Nights at Freddy’s 2

fivenightsatfreddys2_02We know – you’re still quaking in your boots from the first Five Nights at Freddy’s. Since you can’t sleep for all the nightmares anyway, why not play the even more challenging sequel to pass the time?

Exiles: Far Colony (Alpha)

Exiles-hoverbikeAn upcoming sci-fi RPG from the makers of Ravensword: Shadowlands, Android gamers can get exclusive access to the game’s alpha release by purchasing the current Humble Bundle. In fact, a number of great games on today’s list can only be found through Humble.

The Deer God (Alpha)

d2df3c3a57e6674027b009953ae74ca4_large[1]The second exciting Android-only, Humble-only alpha on our list, The Deer God places players in control of a hunter that’s been re-incarnated as a deer.

Two Dots

TwoDots_009If Dots wasn’t enough for you, TwoDots does a great job of upping the ante. With a slew of new tricks up its sleeve, TwoDots delivers plenty of puzzling action. And you thought connecting the dots would be easy.

The Shadow Sun

shadowsun2From the team that brought you the Neverwinter Nights 2 expansions Mystery at Westgate comes a gorgeous RPG that didn’t fail to satisfy when it first launched on iOS in 2013. Will Android dungeon dwellers enjoy it just as much?

The Last Door: Collector’s Edition

screen1136x1136[1]If Edgar Allen Poe wrote a point-and-click adventure, this would be it. The Last Door is steeped in mystery and melancholy. And here’s a neat twist – it started life as a browser-based, episodic release before hitting Steam and now, finally, mobile.

Tilt to Live: Gauntlet’s Revenge

tiltoliveTaking a single game mode from the original Tilt to Live as inspiration and building on it to an impossibly marvelous degree, Gauntlet’s Revenge challenges players to survive an insane obstacle course using nothing but the power of tilt.

Space Chicks

screen1136x1136[1]A fantastic little one button platformer with an endless spin, players leap from planet to planet as they try to rescue “space chicks” that have been stranded and return them to their spaceships. While it didn’t quite get the traction it deserved during it’s iOS launch, it would be great if this Android release helped it find the audience it so sorely deserves. Like the other Crescent Moon releases on this list, Space Chicks has debuted for Android in the Humble Bundle.

2-bit Cowboy

screen1136x1136[1]2-bit Cowboy is every bit as charming and retro as it looks. It plays like a lost GameBoy Classic. You’ll jump and shoot your way as you explore every nook and cranny of a level, trying to complete multiple goals without finding yourself on the wrong end of a rattlesnake. The fourth (and final) game on our list making its debut in the current Humble Mobile Bundle.

Darkness Reborn

Darkness Reborn ReviewThink hack’n’slash games can’t be done right on mobile? Think again. The latest release from Gamevil manages to prove that not only can these games looks great on mobile, they can play great too.

Monument Valley: Forgotten Shores

monument valley forgotten shores androidYou’ve been asking for more Monument Valley, and now, you get more Monument Valley. Available as an in-app purchase, Forgotten Shores adds eight new chapters to one of the best games of 2014.

XCOM: Enemy Within

screen1136x1136[2]You loved XCOM: Enemy Unknown on Android, but there was one problem: it didn’t have all of the content of the game’s desktop expansion, Enemy Within. 2K solved this recently with a switcheroo: Enemy Unknown is no longer available for purchase, and Enemy Within has taken its place, offering everything your XCOM-loving heart has dreamed of.