Sorry, I didn't say I knew Broken Age, Grim Fandango (I have both for PC) and some other games like that were already available for Android. I meant I'd love having more like this new DOTT Remastered (which I expect to be released for Android like Grim Fandango was, although it was announced only for PC and PlayStation in the beginning), or PC's Deponia trilogy.
Fran Bow looks really interesting (I played the demo), and from that article (thanks, by the way) I liked Yesterday and Machinarium. I already played Machinarium on my old iMac, but I'd love playing it again; such a masterpiece!
I don't really like Telltale's games style, although I've heard they're great. And Fester Mudd or Simon the sorcerer... I mean, they're cool, but I'd rather have "modern" point and click games, in terms of graphics and interface. That's why I celebrate the comeback of DOTT and wish for an Android release. The plot was amazing, and this new interface looks really cool for tablets. I could play hundreds of games like DOTT Remastered, just with different stories. I'd also love a Sam & Max Hit the road Remaster. I've seen Full throttle is on the way for 2017, so I hope 2018 is Sam & Max's return year.
The "problem" is that, while I love DOTT, when I replay them I won't have that thrill of discovering the path to the end step by step. I already know what's gonna happen and how to progress on every puzzle. I'll replay it just for replaying it in HD, and to support future remasters. But what I'd really love is new games in that Lucas Arts style. Broken Age was really cool, although the second part plot was a little let down for me. DOTT's plot was just perfect.
I really hope that by supporting Grim Fandango and DOTT remasters, more games like those are released for Android.
It's like Lemmings. Is there a better platform for playing Lemmings than a 8-10 inch touch interface? What is Sony waiting for?