Originally released back in 1982, Q*Bert has been around for a very long time on a number of platforms including good old fashion arcades as well. Back in July 2014 it was announced that a reboot would be coming to mobile where Q*Bert would be getting a facelift for the times. That facelift has happened and Q*Bert Rebooted is now available on Google Play.
Game Insight publishes a decent amount of games on Android and usually they are pretty good to play. Their newest release is called Maritime Kingdom and while this is a city-building strategy game, instead of it being heavily land-locked it is actually mostly based on a naval theme.
Monster and Monster, a pair of British Devs, have announced a 2.0 update to their undersea game Deep Loot. Deep Loot is an undersea exploration game, where players look for the eponymous loot, other secrets and Easter Eggs, and try to avoid deadly sea creatures.
Mobile Dev and publisher TOAST had announced that Mobile offering people the opportunity to sign up to participate in the closed beta for Guardian Stone. The game itself is an adventure RPG where players assume a role as one of the classic dungeon-crawling heroes (Warrior, Ranger, or Sorceress) who is accompanied by warrior spirits called Guardians, all in search of the mysterious Guardian Stones.
As you may have noticed lately, we have picked back up some of the series we had running here on the site last year but stopped doing closer to the end of 2014. An example of this is the Amazon Free Game/App of the Day articles we used to do but stopped because for a long period of time there wasn't really anything great to write about that Amazon was putting up for free. We also used to do a round-up of Android games on sale every Wednesday and Friday which we are starting back up due to popular demand.
Gameloft has released a new trailer for their Six Guns game which was recently updated with the new Gang Showdown mode which is a new style of multiplayer for the game. The update also introduced a new Raid Boss for players to deal with as well as new outfits and weapons to use.
Gameloft has announced the next installment into the Dungeon Hunter franchise, officially called Dungeon Hunter 5, and along with this Gameloft has now made pre-launch registration live on the game's official micro-site. Also, besides all of this, Gameloft has also released a Developer Diary video which does show some of the gameplay that will arrive with Dungeon Hunter 5.
The Frogger inspired game Crossy Road has been out on mobile devices for 20 days and in that short period of time the game has managed to make some pretty impressive numbers. Because of the numbers Crossy Road is producing, there are plenty of spin-offs and similar games out now as people try to ride the momentum Crossy Road has created. Even with all of that, Crossy Road has broken the 10 million downloads mark and did it within 20 days of being released.
Hyper Rift is a new "game" that has been released on Android in the last few days. It's an interactive story, think "Choose your own adventure", so players have some say in how the story progresses. And in the fashion of those classic books, there are over a dozen different endings.
Chain Chronicles, produced by Sega and Gumi, have released to new content for Chain Chronicles. This game is a hybrid Tower Defense/RPG, where players assume the role of a captain in the army defending the continent of Yggdra from the evil, invading Black Army.
Recently we posted about the new Need For Speed game heading our way called Need For Speed: No Limits. While the game looks pretty good and everyone is surely resigned to the fact that there will be IAPs in it, since this is EA after all, what may turn a lot of people off from the game before it is even released is the fact that players will have to buy gas.