This is the best Zelda game on Android. 😉 But seriously, Oceanhorn has the quality + feel of a 1st party title from Nintendo, which is some of the highest praise I can give.
It also works perfectly with an 8bitdo NES30 Pro Bluetooth controller and mount, which makes for an awesome portable game system.
@fogg free version is probably only like fifteen minutes or so straight through, but it's long enough to let you know if you like the gameplay. Then the paid version opens it up to several islands and dungeons and objectives that are pretty challenging. I've played a couple of hours and just finished the first major dungeon I think. I just got bombs (I told you, it's very Zelda-esque).