From the creators of King’s League: Odyssey comes Tiny Guardians, a strategy tower defense game with a twist, the twist being the absence of towers to defend. Tiny Guardians puts you in charge of Lunalie, who is embarking on a journey through the wilderness of Prism in search of her missing aunt, the Sorceress and you’ll get to summon among 12 guardian classes, with 4 upgradable levels each to help you on your adventure.
Konami has brought a little Star Wars love to Contra with a new Star Wars themed mini-game that has now gone live today. If you are a fan of either franchise, you will want to check this out, especially if you like anything related to Chewbacca, since the big hairy beast is the main character of this new mini-game.
It looks as though NetherRealms and Warner Bros are finally going to be getting around to releasing Mortal Kombat X onto Android. Originally this game was supposed to release at the same time the iOS version launched, which was around two or so weeks ago. For whatever reason though it was delayed. It looks as though the wait is nearing an end.
Rovio Stars recently releases Sky Punks onto Google Play a couple of weeks ago and they are already following it up with another release today, this time it is a game called Plunder Pirates. As the name of tis game suggests, Plunder Pirates is all about plundering the goods of other captains/pirates, which can be either computer controlled or another player.
Earlier this month we reported on Zenonia S getting a second closed beta round of testing. Well this new round of beta testing is now live as of yesterday and if you were in the first closed beta round then you are already accepted into this new one. Regardless if you were in the first round or are a new beta tester, it appears that a fresh install is required.
While only residents of a select few regions can play Mortal Kombat X on Android right now, another game has launched globally instead. After a couple rounds of closed beta testing, and a two week early release in select regions as well, Dungeon Link is now available for everyone. This also means that if you pre-registered for this game, or happened to be in the closed betas, should have already received your reward codes and can now redeem them if you haven't already.
Frontline Commando: WW2 is Glu's latest installment in the Frontline Commando series, and is the sequel to Frontline Commando: D-Day. In this game, players participate in the battle for Europe. There are a few different theaters of war within the game, including Belgium, Italy, and Germany, in the hopes of pushing all the way to Berlin with the Allied forces.
A new section of the Google Play Store titled "Games You Can Feel" has brought together several games that now support haptic feedback to one place on the storefront. So if you like vibrations in your hands, Google can hook you up.
Today is the day of betas starting. For some reason multiple companies have decided to start closed beta testing today, all at the same time. This is pretty awesome if you enjoy digging around betas, finding and reporting bugs, or just like being in betas so you can learn about a game before it launches in order to have an edge against everyone else. Regardless of the reasoning, betas are fun and one of the games starting their beta today is Fantasy War Tactics from Nexon Korea.
Soft launches continue to be a thing these days and today we've already reported on one game launching globally this month. EA does a lot of these soft launches and today marks the global release of one of those soft launches. EA Sports UFC is now available globally on Android for free.
Yesterday we wrote about the two newest games (Devil May Cry 4 and Risen 2: Dark Waters) for Nvidia's GRID gaming-on-demand service for the Shield Portable and the Shield Tablet. Every Tuesday we cover what's new with Nvidia GRID and today we have a new game that has just landed on GRID as well as two additional titles that will be coming soon.