Want to know which is the most expensive game on Google Play? Most of us download lots of free games on our Android devices, get bored of them, and eventually delete them. But these expensive games on our countdown will have you thinking twice before purchasing them (and certainly about deleting them, if you ever did purchase them).
As you’ll see, the prices of even the most expensive game on Google Play are not all that crazy, certainly not on a par with some of our other recent listings of most expensive items, which can feature outlandish costs for even the most seemingly innocuous things. In this case, that’s because developers cannot charge as much as they may want to for their games and apps; there is a maximum price tag for anything that is sold on the Google Play Store of $200.
Nor are games the only costly items you can get on your Android device or cell phone; different apps can be quite expensive too (though with the same price restrictions). Just check out our list on The 14 Most Expensive Android Apps and find out if some of those apps are worth their price or not (many are not).
Are you curious now about which game is the most expensive game on Google Play? Let’s take a look at the countdown and find out what it is.
7. Castle of Illusion
This Android game can be purchased on Google Play for $9.99. The great thing about Castle of Illusion is its vintage vibe, for it is actually a remake of a 1990’s Sega adventure game. In this game, developed by Disney, you are none other than Mickey Mouse, attempting to save your eternal love Minnie from the evil witch Mizrabel. In order to rescue Minnie you will have to overcome the dangers of the Castle of Illusion and travel through five different magical worlds.
6. RPG Spectral Souls
$10.99 is the price to pay for what is advertised as the “first full scale Japanese Tactical RPG for Android”. For those of you who aren’t used to this kind of game, RPG stands for Role Playing Game. Spectral Souls features over 50 pieces of music, 84 characters, hundreds of gameplay hours, cut-scene videos, and high resolution graphics. Set in the Magic Age 1053, the game starts in a time and place in which humans and demons have been fighting for years, and you’ll be able to choose a character from either side of the conflict.
5. Dragon Quest IV
If you want to get one of the highest-rated role playing games Android has to offer, you’ll have to pay $12.99. Dragon Quest IV is the first episode of the Zenithia trilogy and it offers five adventurous chapters, each one centered on a different character. The epic adventure offers over forty playing hours, 360° views, group chats and a sixth additional chapter for those who are left wanting for more.
4. Chaos Rings II
This awesome Japanese RPG is available on Google Play for $15.99. Chaos Rings II has amazing graphics as well as an entertaining story which is triggered by a heartbreaking question: “would you sacrifice the one you love to save the world?” One of the most interesting features of the game is that the player’s decisions are what determine the outcome of the story.
3. Final Fantasy VI
Like other popular RPG games, Final Fantasy VI was developed by the Japanese company Square Enix. This game, considered by many to be the best game of the massive and popular Final Fantasy series, costs $15.99 and offers a great story that RPG fans fell in love with when the game originally debuted on Super Nintendo in 1994. Moreover, the epic adventure includes the possibility of playing any of the main characters as the game’s protagonist.
2. Super Color Runner
With a breathtaking price tag of $200, Super Color Runner is one of the most expensive games you can get on Google Play, and one of two which hits the aforementioned price limit. The aim of the game is to run and fill up four paths with energy. Along the way you must collect pellets and charge your batteries to stay alive. Moreover you must avoid Sentry Cyclopses and Surprising Munchers, which will quickly end your session.
1. Deduce (Grandmaster Edition)
The plain edition of Deduce only costs $0.99, but to get the Grandmaster Edition you need to spend $200. Although it may sound oxymoronic, this game is both simple and complicated, fit for anyone between the ages of 4 and 104. A blend of tic-tac-toe and chess, Deduce does have a big downside: its old-fashioned appearance.