Monument Valley is awesome. It’s not that hard, so it won’t last you that long, but it’s just beautiful, satisfying and relaxing. I think it’s my favorite android game.
Sorcery 1 was pretty good, although I didn’t find it as amazing as people make out. It’s also very short (although probably pretty replayable).
I hear that Sorcery 2-4 get better, but I haven’t gotten around to playing those. I think you really need to play all 4 to get the full story.
I’ve tried a couple of the Tin Man Choose Your Own Adventure gamebooks, and while they’re fine, Sorcery was definitely better.
If you did get any of those, I’d choose the Fighting Fantasy based ones, as their self-written ones aren’t that well written.
I played NightSky by Nifflas, which I was going to say was an ok physics puzzler if you have a tablet… but it doesn’t seem to be available on the play store… not sure what happened there.
It’s a bit finicky though, so I’m not sure it’s worth going to a lot of trouble to search out.
I haven’t played it, but I heard the Stranger Things android game is really good. I’d only play that if you’ve watched the show though.
The Trese Brothers make a couple of decent knock-offs of games like Space Hulk and (i think) Star Control. The free versions play fine and have lots of content, and the paid ones are cheap. Graphics tend to be pretty basic.
Not sure, but I think when people say Out There, they mean the original (no idea how to type an omega symbol). Chronicles is a newer spin off, i think.