It's Friday which means it is time for another round-up of Android games currently on sale over on Google Play. This week's round-up is pretty decent in size, with plenty of new titles being added to the list for a number of developers including 2K Games, OrangePixel, Herocraft and more.
Just over 80 new 2nd generation Pokemon, along with some other goodies, were datamined out of the game files once again and previewed to the public yesterday. However, just after news of that broke out, Niantic Labs pushed out an update making those 80 new Pokemon (from the Johto region) available for players.
Developer Turbine's tie-in to the tremendously popular Batman Arkham series by Rocksteady, has finally made its way to Android devices. Over 6 months after Batman: Arkham Underworld appeared on the iOS stores, we too can now enjoy being the bad guys in the free-to-play game combination of base management and top-down tactics by taking on the role of one of the Dark Knight's infamous Rogue's Gallery.
Released by Gribb Games, Flood GRIBB is a simple puzzler that's now out for Android. In this game, players are tasked with changing the colors on a grid, starting from a variety of colors, and working your way toward uniformity. Players begin the game with a tutorial, and from there the board expands as players progress through the levels, with the same going for the number of colors on the board.
Released by PixelByte LTD, Gravity Galaxy is a new casual game that's available on Android. In Gravity Galaxy, players will assuming control of a spaceship that "leaps" from one planet to the next, on a given level, and attempting to collect the stars that are situation in between worlds.
In yet more news about casual games set in outer space, there's another option available to players. Dubbed Space Invaders (no, not that one), this is game where players will need to jump from one purple colored "pocket" of outer space, to the next. This will be done by tapping, but players will have a few things working against them.
Released by Rockbite Games, Deep town is an upcoming game that's based on the idea of mining a planet that's deep in outer space. Players will begin their mining operation after the ship lands, and begins drilling via a laser, only for it to malfunction. From there, players will take direct control, in their bid to gather up the maximum amount of resources, from the greatest depths possible.
Cartoon Network Studios has released their newest RPG title onto Google Play this morning called Surely You Quest. The game is set in the universe of one of their recent animated series called Mighty Magiswords, and has you controlling protagonists Prohyas and Vambre, in their often-hilarious attempts to complete quests and defeat enemies using their infamous “Magiswords”.
Android user don't have to fear not being able to play the beautiful and fascinating new indie title Hidden Folks. While iOS and PC users get the game today, Android devices will be getting the game at a "later" date, which is expected to be announced relatively soon.
A new teaser site popped up courtesy of The Pokemon Company about a new mobile game called Splash! Magikarp. The teaser site displays a newspaper article discussing an investigation into a mysterious occurrence. After hearing a roaring sound in the early morning, and feeling the ground shake, a 27 year old fisherman discovered two Magikarp-shaped holes in the ground at the center of town.
Released by Playdigious, unWorded is a game that was initially released on iOS, and has now been ported over to Android. For those unfamiliar with the game, it's predicated on the idea of shapes and other visual elements being comprised of letters. As an example, one could make an umbrella out of the the letter "J", along with a vertical line and what looks like a parentheses, with the "J" being the standard curved handle that one associates with umbrellas.