The next installment into the Reckless Racing franchise will be heading to Android later this month. The last two Reckless Racing games were developed by Pixelbite Studios and released onto Google Play by Polarbit but while Pixelbite will be making Reckless Racing 3, there is no mention of Polarbit publishing it this time. That doesn't mean that they won't be publishing it, but for whatever reason it seems like that might be up in the air right now.
DryGin Studios will be offering up their viral simulation game Bio Inc for free starting October 28th and lasting until October 30th, 2014. This is in collaboration with "App of the Day" and folks who don't already own the full version of the game will be able to unlock it for free.
Nexon M, otherwise known as Nexon Mobile, have released a second game this week called Legion of Heroes. We originally reported on this game coming to Android back in July of this year and since then Legion of Heroes has been under the final stages of development and testing until today. This is much different than their release yesterday of Base Busters, mainly because this game is an MMORPG.
SEGA is gearing up to pull Jet Set Radio from Google Play in the very near future. This won't be a permanent disappearance of the game but there is also no exact date announced yet as to when it will return to Google Play once it is gone.
If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then Dong Nguyen of .GEARS Studios must be feeling awfully delighted. Rovio, the studio behind the smash-hit Angry Birds franchise, has released a new game called Retry, which bears a number of similarities to Nguyen's uber-popular Flappy Bird.
Treemen Games has created what is absolutely, one of the most action-packed games, that is singularly focused and centered around driving. Forget about brakes, you don't need them. PAKO is a Car Chase Simulator for Mobile Devices created by Treemen Games. The studio has three team members, and they are located in Helsinki, the capital and largest city of Finland.
If you have been a PC gamer for a long period of time then you might remember way back in the day when Chess games started getting released for PC that featured animated pieces. These pieces would move and if there happen to be an opponents piece in their new spot, they would attack it. These attacks were fully animated as well. It looked pretty cool back then and we have had many iterations of the same idea since. Games Workshop will be bringing a similar concept to the Warhammer franchise soon.
While this new title from Thumbstar Games can be played any time of the year, it is more fitting right now with Halloween around the corner. GunFinger is an FPS style game featuring, you guessed it, zombies. Lots and lots of zombies actually which fits right in with this month's holiday.
This is a good week to be an Android gamer. There are some excellent games that should be hitting the Play Store. Sometimes gaming in the Android community means we have to wait for some titles after they have been released on iOS. That is the case with Camouflaj and Logan's highly praised game Republique. What is so great about waiting this time? Republique's game delivery system has been episodic. The first two episodes have already been released on iOS. The Android community will be able to pick up Episodes 1, 2 and 3, when Episode 3 is released Thursday, October 23rd. The game will be available in the Play Store and the Amazon App Store. Episode One has already been released in the Amazon App Store, but only for Kindle Fire devices. Republique has an intriguing story and an amazing heroine as the main protagonist.
Nexon M, otherwise known as Nexon Mobile, has released their newest game onto Android today called Base Busters. This particular game has players commanding their own army of tanks and waging war against enemy armies also made up of tanks. Of course there is a lot more to this game then just moving tanks around and shooting.